Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Before They Were Famous

Yes ECR fans - it's the start of a brand new feature here on Fannit's favourite, fun-filled factsheet!!

All you have to do is guess the identity of this now-famous Fannit face to win a fantastic firkin of fizz!!!!!!*

Here's a clue - with his handsome, Gilbert O'Sullivan looks and brunette bouffon, he's a 'hair today, hair tomorrow' kind of chap!!!!! But I ain't gonna Labour the point!!! (Geddit???!!!!?!????!!!!!!)

Good luck!!!

*Prize will consist of one half bottle of Shampagne, courtesy of the Ramsgate Aldi. Terms and conditions apply. One winner only. No cash alternative. Competition and prize may be withdrawn by Richard Eastcliff Enterprises Ltd at any time and without notice. Closing date for entries: 1 January 3014.

14 comments:

Peter Checksfield said...

No wonder Chippy Tone hates him so much, he was quite a looker in his day (Clive, not Tony!).

Anonymous said...

Presumably that was when he still had his own hair and before the back gave out.

Anonymous said...

The back of his hair gave out? Sounds terrible!

Anonymous said...

No it was his hairy back that was the problem.

Brenda Stuka said...

Iris Johnson before the op?

Schmoozyschlepp said...

Hmmm - the lack of long dark curly hair means he would not have been my "type" as a teenager - still, I can cutting a swathe on the dancefloor!

Anonymous said...

I thought it was Clive hart in drag

Anonymous said...

But there's no pollution here. What are all the Mansion Lovey's going to moan about.
Mind you he does look a bit of a stud, maybe a 70's porno star. Johnnie Holiness perhaps

Peter Checksfield said...

Which mansion do they love?

jwj said...

Quite clearly, it's you love....

Anonymous said...

You are still a tit, Checksfield, and who are the Dave Clarke Five? Someone from your youth you poor old duffer?

Anonymous said...

Tottenham's answer to The Beatles of course!

Anonymous said...

Was he on drugs?

Anonymous said...

Our [currently] Green man on the council will doubtless claim that it is him. The BBC swallowed his most recent daft surveillance story on SE news last night. What a plonker!