27 Times British Female Comedians Proved They Were Funnier Than Pretty Much Anyone Else
Long live the gals!
When Suzi Ruffell came out with this absolute burn.
When Andi Osho pointed out just how ridiculous badminton is.
When Sarah Pascoe explained the lovely relationship between her cat and her vibrator.
When Shappi Khorsandi told us about her journey into comedy.
When Jo Brand brought the best puns to QI.
When Victoria Wood explored her hatred of Shakespeare.
When Dana Alexander explained the pure joy of finding a chicken nugget in your bra.
When Sadia Azmat explained how Malala should have won a Grammy.
When Susan Calman finally settled the argument between male and female comics.
When Jen Brister summed up the struggles of having a Spanish mum.
When Shazia Mirza did a set on meeting a higher power and having to answer their questions.
When Angela Barnes spoke pretty candidly about Donald Trump.
When Sarah Millican perfectly took down period shame.
When Ava Vidal was pleased at the prospect of Madonna buying her children.
When Ellie Taylor delivered a message from women to the rest of the world.
When Luisa Omielan perfectly made jokes about the all too familiar depression wank.
When Jocelyn Jee Esien played literally any character on her show Little Miss Jocelyn.
When Francesca Martinez explained the benefits of having sex while being wobbly.
When Rachel Parris perfectly demonstrated sexual harassment in the workplace.
When Meera Syal had a very, very, in depth knowledge of sex in the animal kingdom.
When Tracey Ullman perfectly trashed Britain with her Angela Merkel impression.
When Kerry Godliman was as blunt as always.
When Dawn French made sure that every single line of The Vicar Of Dibley was stellar.
When Mae Martin tore down that ridiculous questions lesbians always get asked.
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