Jolly Boy John, Alex Ciderson, the Up Eh Road inverted snobs and Walter and Paul, the infantilised
ice-cream siblings, were met with cheers from the audience.
It's a safe, sterile, sexless land of infantilised
adults - now where does that remind you of?
Part of me looks at society as it is now and just thinks we've been infantilised
by our own taste.
Pegg, 45, told Radio Times magazine: "Part of me looks at society as it is now and just thinks we've been infantilised
by our own tastes.
Singer Taylor Swift, above, issues instructions to her latest consort, DJ Calvin Harris "Part of me looks at society as it is now and just thinks we've been infantilised
by our own taste.
Whitehouse's unparalleled talent for accents and role-playing means it can take a while before you realise that many of the characters in the show - from elderly Herbert on the cusp of dementia, who takes his medication reluctantly because it hushes the friendly voices in his head, to Graham, an obese and bed-ridden man infantilised
by his mother who unrelentingly delivers daily doughnuts to his bedside - are him.
You have infantilised
my relationship for me with the creation of www.
What we need to realise when we see the stories of infantilised
children and feral youths is not that some parents don't do a good job.
That is a cosy lie, designed to relieve infantilised
adults of yet more responsibility, and create jobs for five-day co-ordinators.
l They are commonly infantilised
by being referred to as 'girls' and frequently written about in the context of their situation within the family - most obviously with Carrie Ford's ride in the Grand National, when she was always described in relation to her trainerhusband and as 'a new mum'.
Other races were infantilised
or barbarised, or held up as object lessons in the perils of racial degeneration.
If they are constantly infantilised
in this way it is easier to believe that they are guilty of nothing more sinister than childish naivety.