Vic


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Vic.

1. Vicar.
2. Vicarage.
3. Victoria.
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"Well, I shall call you 'Vic' for short," said the Patchwork Girl.
"I'll tell you what, Vic," she added as she smoothed out her apron and put it on again, "for some reason or other you've missed your guess.
"Run along, Vic, and bother some one else," advised Scraps.
In an interview with the media during the story conference of his upcoming Metro Manila Film Festival movie "Mission Unstapabol," Vic said he is happy with the news that Vico is doing well.
Vic Vic would later describe how I waddled-with my full-term tummy-into his restaurant for our first meeting.
But it's Christmas spirit, not cash, that turns Vic into Santa every December.
Having first performed for the BBC with the Smell Of Reeves And Mortimer, the duo are marking their 25th anniversary at the channel with a new series of Vic And Bob's Big Night Out.
The show hits BBC Four 28 years after viewers were introduced to the Teesside pair on its predecessor, Vic Reeves' Big Night Out.
And Vic's co-writer, ex-Emmerdale actor Tony Pitts, will also feature in Disco Pier, produced by Pow.
Vic, 73, of Dalton, has been Huddersfield's town crier for the last 20 years and he's organised a town crier competition for all but two of those years.
Vic retired from the same station last year after 32 years.