loadsamoney


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loadsamoney

(ˈləʊdzəˌmʌnɪ)
n
an extremely wealthy person
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Loadsamoney star Enfield wears a blonde wig, a monstrous medallion and has an orange tan to send up the billionaire in Island of Dreams.
TYCOON Sir Richard Branson faces being lampooned by comedian Harry Enfield, the veteran comedy star behind the character Loadsamoney.
You can picture the scene in countless living rooms: "Get that guinea pig/pooch/ pussycat over here - let's see if it's got what it takes to make us loadsamoney."
The Cabinet wants him to spend loadsamoney without adding to Theresa May's unpopularity by raising any.
Comedian Harry Enfield rose to fame in 1985 on the back of his 'Loadsamoney' character featured on the Channel 4 series Saturday Live.
It was 10 years of opposites: deprivation in the north vs affluence in the south, Loadsamoney Tories vs Lefties; East vs West.
His TV characters over the years have included Loadsamoney, Tim Nice But Dim, Kevin the Teenager and Stavros.
-- Loadsamoney, the Old Gits, Smashie and Nicey, Kevin the Teenager, Julio Geordio, The Scousers, The Writer and the Landlady, The Surgeons, to name but a few.
From Loadsamoney to The Surgeons, expect to see them all when the duo come to Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena on October 26.
Later this year, they will reprise some of their most loved creations, like Loadsamoney from the 80s, and the 'suit you sir' tailors from the 90s, as well as bringing newer characters such as the surgeons from their most recent collaborations, to the stage.
He's hired by a nasty thug with loadsamoney and horrific secrets (Peter Mullan) and is persuaded to take along Mullan's daft-boy step-son, Jack O'Connell, as a driver.
Phillip Blond will share a platform with the Tory Leader and attack the "loadsamoney" culture of the Thatcherite 80s which tore the city apart.