Ironic 'No Nonsense' Adverts By Peter Kay

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Hilarious man Peter Kay, the star of comedy program Phoenix Knights, is known for walking the plank out into the deep sea of English irony.

This video features him in TV ads for a British lager label and is a top testimonial to his full-on Northern sarcasm. No wonder Phoenix Knights became a fast success. The man is nuts. In a good way that is.

Under the slogan ‘No Nonsense,’ he delivers home truths without any shame, directly to the face of his baby girl who is having nightmares, for instance. It is not the monsters in the cupboards she should be worrying about, it's the buglers who are coming through the windows he reminds.

The one that really cracked me up was when he tells his mother, before sending her to a nursing home, that the kids are scared of her tach and he wants to put a snooker table into her room. Tragic scenario, but painfully funny.

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