new cancer charity single​ You're Not Alone Roy 'Chubby' Brown / Keith Hammersley - 99p @ Amazon
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new cancer charity single​ You're Not Alone Roy 'Chubby' Brown / Keith Hammersley - 99p @ Amazon

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Found 12th Oct
new cancer charity single
You’re not alone also available on iTunes and Spotify

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Great cause, repellent man, I hope it raises money but it’s a no from me

hooray.henry45 m ago

Yawn, lets use a charity to raise our Z list celebrity profile. Happens …Yawn, lets use a charity to raise our Z list celebrity profile. Happens day in day out. Eg "pointless celebrities" on bbc1


They (the two men fundraising by writing, recording and releasing a charity song) are obviously contributing more to society than you, if you spend your days watching pointless celebrities and cynically slagging them off. Perhaps they have been personally affected by the disease and decided to do something to try to make a difference. The only yawning should be for the predictable cynicism and contempt.

Keith Hammersley, Keith Hammersley? Who the £"@% is Keith Hammersley?

I've only just found out who Alice is!
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Great cause, repellent man, I hope it raises money but it’s a no from me

Keith Hammersley, Keith Hammersley? Who the £"@% is Keith Hammersley?

I've only just found out who Alice is!

Does it have any swear words in it Heat added

Ilikehotdeals11 h, 8 m ago

Great cause, repellent man, I hope it raises money but it’s a no from me


Couldn't agree more.

y-oh-y1 h, 11 m ago

Keith Hammersley, Keith Hammersley? Who the £"@% is Keith Hammersley?I've …Keith Hammersley, Keith Hammersley? Who the £"@% is Keith Hammersley?I've only just found out who Alice is!


The gearbest rep?

Yawn, lets use a charity to raise our Z list celebrity profile. Happens day in day out. Eg "pointless celebrities" on bbc1

At least these boys are making the effort...... so support it

Always remember your not alone in this fight
we will be there to walk beside you day and night
we hope with all our hearts that you come through
And if we could help to bear your pain... we would and that's true

hooray.henry45 m ago

Yawn, lets use a charity to raise our Z list celebrity profile. Happens …Yawn, lets use a charity to raise our Z list celebrity profile. Happens day in day out. Eg "pointless celebrities" on bbc1


They (the two men fundraising by writing, recording and releasing a charity song) are obviously contributing more to society than you, if you spend your days watching pointless celebrities and cynically slagging them off. Perhaps they have been personally affected by the disease and decided to do something to try to make a difference. The only yawning should be for the predictable cynicism and contempt.

sharkalos20 m ago

They (the two men fundraising by writing, recording and releasing a …They (the two men fundraising by writing, recording and releasing a charity song) are obviously contributing more to society than you, if you spend your days watching pointless celebrities and cynically slagging them off. Perhaps they have been personally affected by the disease and decided to do something to try to make a difference. The only yawning should be for the predictable cynicism and contempt.



That seems quite rude

sharkalos1 h, 14 m ago

They (the two men fundraising by writing, recording and releasing a …They (the two men fundraising by writing, recording and releasing a charity song) are obviously contributing more to society than you, if you spend your days watching pointless celebrities and cynically slagging them off. Perhaps they have been personally affected by the disease and decided to do something to try to make a difference. The only yawning should be for the predictable cynicism and contempt.



sharkalos1 h, 14 m ago

They (the two men fundraising by writing, recording and releasing a …They (the two men fundraising by writing, recording and releasing a charity song) are obviously contributing more to society than you, if you spend your days watching pointless celebrities and cynically slagging them off. Perhaps they have been personally affected by the disease and decided to do something to try to make a difference. The only yawning should be for the predictable cynicism and contempt.



Ooo get you, got your panties ina bunch this morning did you ?

Ilikehotdeals14 h, 5 m ago

Great cause, repellent man...




You sound like a Labour voter
Edited by: "cb-uk" 12th Oct

Ilikehotdeals14 h, 27 m ago

Great cause, repellent man, I hope it raises money but it’s a no from me


It must be so sweet, to be a perfect, flawless human being like yourself.

hooray.henry5 h, 11 m ago

Yawn, lets use a charity to raise our Z list celebrity profile. Happens …Yawn, lets use a charity to raise our Z list celebrity profile. Happens day in day out. Eg "pointless celebrities" on bbc1

I thought he was dead!!

Something charitable getting cold, whats up here.

Ive met him when i worked in staples in Middlesbrough really nice guy not like the stage persona you see at all (that i do find funny) was very good with the endless requests for autographs


Cancer is pretty hideous lost a very good friend to it this year so lets hope this makes a ton of money

Ilikehotdeals19 h, 55 m ago

Great cause, repellent man, I hope it raises money but it’s a no from me




This 'repellent man' has raised or donated a fair amount of money for quite a few years to some excellent causes, including cancer and children's charities. He doesn't make a fuss about it. A lot of the charities he's helped are in his native north east. He's a man that's giving back, using his fame and money to help others much less fortunate than he is. Regardless of his brand of humour, I think that makes him a good man.

RuudBullit23 m ago

This 'repellent man' has raised or donated a fair amount of money for …This 'repellent man' has raised or donated a fair amount of money for quite a few years to some excellent causes, including cancer and children's charities. He doesn't make a fuss about it. A lot of the charities he's helped are in his native north east. He's a man that's giving back, using his fame and money to help others much less fortunate than he is. Regardless of his brand of humour, I think that makes him a good man.


JImmy Saville did tons for charities too. Was he a good man?

loonyboyx25 m ago

JImmy Saville did tons for charities too. Was he a good man?



So, you're comparing risque jokes to paedophilia?
Really?
If you don't like chubby brown, don't go and see him. But please, live and let live, and accept this smashing charitable act for what it is, without letting your opinion of his career choice cloud your judgement.

Problem is it’s not “risqué jokes”... it’s him getting onstage and telling a room full of people that once they leave it’s ok to be racist, sexist, bigoted, rude and thoughtless to anyone they choose. Because he’s perpetuating the idea those things are alright, because they’re “funny”. And they are funny if you’re not one of the woman who gets called an uppity sl*g for keeping to herself or if you’re not white and you are scared about the verbal abuse you and you’re family get. Because this man for decades has made it funny. I know he’s had throat cancer, I appreciate this is a valiant and brilliant thing to do but for some of us it’s still not ok. You don’t have to agree, and I’m not expecting many people to, but I chose to support cancer charities (along with others) because I want to.

Just because you are raising money for charity it doesn’t undo this. I get you now have to throw loads of abuse at me, because you are part of the machine that thinks that’s ok, and because you think that’s “funny”.

Ilikehotdeals11 h, 53 m ago

Problem is it’s not “risqué jokes”... it’s him getting onstage and telling …Problem is it’s not “risqué jokes”... it’s him getting onstage and telling a room full of people that once they leave it’s ok to be racist, sexist, bigoted, rude and thoughtless to anyone they choose. Because he’s perpetuating the idea those things are alright, because they’re “funny”. And they are funny if you’re not one of the woman who gets called an uppity sl*g for keeping to herself or if you’re not white and you are scared about the verbal abuse you and you’re family get. Because this man for decades has made it funny. I know he’s had throat cancer, I appreciate this is a valiant and brilliant thing to do but for some of us it’s still not ok. You don’t have to agree, and I’m not expecting many people to, but I chose to support cancer charities (along with others) because I want to. Just because you are raising money for charity it doesn’t undo this. I get you now have to throw loads of abuse at me, because you are part of the machine that thinks that’s ok, and because you think that’s “funny”.


Why would you assume that I'm going to throw abuse at you. I've seen Chubby Brown twice. And yet, I've never verbally abused a woman, or used a racist slur towards anyone. I'm not a bigot. I haven't been rude to you, have I? Yet you feel it's ok to make assumptions about me. Why is that?

RuudBullit18 h, 12 m ago

If you don't like chubby brown, don't go and see him.


Or be like Glasgow, go and get him to leave after four minutes; hopefully next time he's here we can beat our personal best.

What he makes aren't "risqué jokes", he's in the same league of worthless scum that should've gone extinct in the 70's such as Jim Davidson who, let's face it, appeal to a very certain kind of audience member by always trying to punch down with remarks that are only very thinly veiled as "comedy".

Just because someone does work for charity doesn't in the slightest absolve them of their actions when their actions are morally reprehensible to begin with.

Interesting point you raise though in your latest response with, "I'm not a bigot". Seems strange. You're not a bigot but you find one so funny that you openly admit to going to see them twice and by extension you're quite content to support bigotry. Interesting logic but if it helps you sleep then have at it.

Vladimir1 h, 10 m ago

Or be like Glasgow, go and get him to leave after four minutes; hopefully …Or be like Glasgow, go and get him to leave after four minutes; hopefully next time he's here we can beat our personal best.What he makes aren't "risqué jokes", he's in the same league of worthless scum that should've gone extinct in the 70's such as Jim Davidson who, let's face it, appeal to a very certain kind of audience member by always trying to punch down with remarks that are only very thinly veiled as "comedy".Just because someone does work for charity doesn't in the slightest absolve them of their actions when their actions are morally reprehensible to begin with.Interesting point you raise though in your latest response with, "I'm not a bigot". Seems strange. You're not a bigot but you find one so funny that you openly admit to going to see them twice and by extension you're quite content to support bigotry. Interesting logic but if it helps you sleep then have at it.


I didn't say I found him so funny, only that I'd been to see him twice. You're making assumptions about me too, when you clearly have zero idea about me.
If you Google bigot, it says 'a person intolerant to those holding different opinions'.
You certainly seem to be showing an intolerance to people with opinions different to your own. Are you a bigot?
For the record, it was years ago since I last saw chubby brown, and I don't find him very funny these days and don't support his brand of humour. But I would gladly support a person raising money for cancer charities and children's charities like he does. If you think that makes me a bigot, I feel that says more about you than it does about me.

y-oh-y12th Oct

Keith Hammersley, Keith Hammersley? Who the £"@% is Keith Hammersley?I've …Keith Hammersley, Keith Hammersley? Who the £"@% is Keith Hammersley?I've only just found out who Alice is!


He lives next door to Ronnie Pickering

RuudBullit25 m ago

I didn't say I found him so funny, only that I'd been to see him twice. …I didn't say I found him so funny, only that I'd been to see him twice. You're making assumptions about me too, when you clearly have zero idea about me. If you Google bigot, it says 'a person intolerant to those holding different opinions'.You certainly seem to be showing an intolerance to people with opinions different to your own. Are you a bigot?For the record, it was years ago since I last saw chubby brown, and I don't find him very funny these days and don't support his brand of humour. But I would gladly support a person raising money for cancer charities and children's charities like he does. If you think that makes me a bigot, I feel that says more about you than it does about me.


Welp, you got me good.

I guess I'm a bigot because I'm intolerant to racist, sexist, homophobic, misogynistic, moronic twunts that only appeal to the lowest common denominator elements of society and that for my money have no place in any kind of modern inclusive society where people should be free of such ridiculous things.

I don't really need to make assumptions when you've been to see him twice, that says more about you than anything I could ever dream up no matter how you try and excuse why you were there aside from the glaringly obvious excuse of if you're a reviewer for The Guardian or Independent and were forced into it. But then again you use unusual wording where you say you didn't find him funny but then you go on to say you don't find him very funny these days which conveys slightly different messages.

You're also poorly attempting to twist my words at the end. You going to see him supports him and actually donating to something like this also supports him albeit in different ways.

Don't give him the benefit of this farcical transparent act by him, donate direct to the charity if you're so concerned. Although maybe you're right yet again, maybe that just says that I'm extremely cynical of these celebrities so often nowadays desperately trying to stay in the limelight by doing things for good causes and totally not for the PR of it. Especially a cretin like him. No amount of charitable below him personally curing cancer can make what he has done for years in any way okay and deserves to be called out.
Edited by: "Vladimir" 13th Oct

Vladimir1 h, 39 m ago

Welp, you got me good.I guess I'm a bigot because I'm intolerant to …Welp, you got me good.I guess I'm a bigot because I'm intolerant to racist, sexist, homophobic, misogynistic, moronic twunts that only appeal to the lowest common denominator elements of society and that for my money have no place in any kind of modern inclusive society where people should be free of such ridiculous things.I don't really need to make assumptions when you've been to see him twice, that says more about you than anything I could ever dream up no matter how you try and excuse why you were there aside from the glaringly obvious excuse of if you're a reviewer for The Guardian or Independent and were forced into it. But then again you use unusual wording where you say you didn't find him funny but then you go on to say you don't find him very funny these days which conveys slightly different messages.You're also poorly attempting to twist my words at the end. You going to see him supports him and actually donating to something like this also supports him albeit in different ways.Don't give him the benefit of this farcical transparent act by him, donate direct to the charity if you're so concerned. Although maybe you're right yet again, maybe that just says that I'm extremely cynical of these celebrities so often nowadays desperately trying to stay in the limelight by doing things for good causes and totally not for the PR of it. Especially a cretin like him. No amount of charitable below him personally curing cancer can make what he has done for years in any way okay and deserves to be called out.


Don't be shy, let it out. Continue to judge. I was in my late teens when I saw chubby brown, and am 38 now. You really shouldnt be so quick to judge and insult. As for inclusive, my closest friend is a Turkish muslim, and my better half's sister is gay. We are also very good friends. My dad is a protestant from Glasgow, and my girlfriends family Catholic. Me, I'm not religious, but it's irrelevant. We all get along great. Despite the fact that I've been to see chubby brown. Do you get it yet?

RuudBullit29 m ago

Don't be shy, let it out. Continue to judge. I was in my late teens when I …Don't be shy, let it out. Continue to judge. I was in my late teens when I saw chubby brown, and am 38 now. You really shouldnt be so quick to judge and insult. As for inclusive, my closest friend is a Turkish muslim, and my better half's sister is gay. We are also very good friends. My dad is a protestant from Glasgow, and my girlfriends family Catholic. Me, I'm not religious, but it's irrelevant. We all get along great. Despite the fact that I've been to see chubby brown. Do you get it yet?


Yeah, clearly now, sorry.

In fact on that note, some of my best friends are black...

I'm quick to judge because you're still willing to defend someone like this as seen above. In fact in my eyes it makes even worse that you would have all these connections and still be prepared to defend someone that thinks so little of them and will continue to perpetuate this hatred as long as anyone supports them.

We'll simply have to agree to disagree then on this as far as I'm concerned as I think that in this day and age there should never be acceptance or support of people like him and to offer him support is as morally wrong as to be the one making his poor jokes.

RuudBullit2 h, 14 m ago

Don't be shy, let it out. Continue to judge. I was in my late teens when I …Don't be shy, let it out. Continue to judge. I was in my late teens when I saw chubby brown, and am 38 now. You really shouldnt be so quick to judge and insult. As for inclusive, my closest friend is a Turkish muslim, and my better half's sister is gay. We are also very good friends. My dad is a protestant from Glasgow, and my girlfriends family Catholic. Me, I'm not religious, but it's irrelevant. We all get along great. Despite the fact that I've been to see chubby brown. Do you get it yet?


But you yourself are not the target of his jokes - jokes which not that different to the abuse minorities get in the street.

loonyboyx26 m ago

But you yourself are not the target of his jokes - jokes which not that …But you yourself are not the target of his jokes - jokes which not that different to the abuse minorities get in the street.



The thing is, this man is using his fame, or infamy, to try and raise money for great causes. That should be supported. Principles are good, but they don't help poorly kids or cancer patients. As Vladimir has said, we'll have to agree to disagree and move on.

You can always donate money without buying this crap
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