Phill Jupitus is Porky the Poet in Zeitgeist Limbo

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After the success of 2012's Twenty Seven Years On, Porky the Poet returns to Edinburgh with a new collection of poetry, and ponders the cultural conundrum: how low can you go?

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Phill Jupitus: Stand Down

18 Aug 20112 stars

An excitement-sapping hour of chat

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1. GMBELL10@GOOGLEMAIL.COM27 Aug 2011, 12:04am4 stars Phill Jupitus is Porky the Poet in Zeitgeist Limbo Report

I HAVE NEVER SEEN OR HEARD SO MUCH SHITE IN MY LIFE, DOES ANYBODY REALLY THINK HE IS FUNNY, £12 FOR PROBABLY THE WORST HALF HOUR OF MY LIFE ABSOLUTE CRAP, HAD TO LEAVE I WAS ACTUALLY GETTING RED IN THE FACE IT WAS SO SHITE.
MORE HECKLING WAS NEEDED TO LET HIM REALISE THAT HE MAY
BE AN ENTERTAINER BUT NOT A STAND UP, TOTAL SHITE.

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