bampot

bampot

(ˈbæmˌpɒt)
n
an idiot; a fool
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Comedian Larry Dean brings his show 'Bampot'to Macrobert Arts Centre on Thursday, February 28 at 8pm - fresh from a sell-out international tour and smash-hit Live at the Apollo debut.
Lennon was also excused from attending the Celtic Supporters Association Rally held inside Celtic Park last night as the Ulsterman tries to deal with the bombs, bullets and bampot that attacked him during the Hearts game on Wednesday night.
The words "bawbag" and "bampot" have been officially added to the latest edition of which book?
Bampot was then nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show 2018 at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Outside court a friend of waitress Miss Currie, 21, said: "Gary's a bampot."
Bampot is a masterclass in comedy storytelling, with a series of expertly told tales about family, love and confidence that finds Larry questioning his relationship to all three.Weaving between sibling rivalry, children's therapy and a break-up across continents, Larry takes audiences on a trip through his uniquely brilliant comic world.
I even brought my fairy wings out of retirement for two performances as Fairy Bampot in my friend Michelle McManus' Winter Wonderland show at Glasgow Fruitmarket.
How will they know if bampot is a cooking item or a threat if they are not up to speed on national and regional taunts?
One I checked out was from Glaswegian comedian Larry Dean, whose show Bampot kickstarted my last week at the festival.
BAMPOT: A laughing Cowie is bundled off the pitch by cops; ATTACKED: Ricksen