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Five years ago, we asked if you've ever been rude to a celebrity, or have been on the receiving end of a Z-List TV chef's wrath. By popular demand, it's back - if you have beans, spill them.

(, Thu 8 Oct 2009, 13:33)
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I got stoned with Graham Chapman
Appropriate really, with the Python's 40th anniversary an' all. My very best mate's uncle was the late Graham Chapman. I met him a few times but this was undoubtedly the best. It was 1984. He was guest of honour at a small restaurant party to celebrate my mate's 21st Birthday. After it all finished were going back to his Mum & Dad's place but as Graham had driven straight there from London he didn't know the way. "I'll navigate!" I practically screamed. Another mate also blagged a seat too & 10 minutes later there we were being driven through the Northamptonshire countryside by Graham Chapman in his Aston Martin. I took out all the bits to begin skinning up & he reached over & opened the glove compartment. "Easier on there, I think" he said. Perfect - a lovely little walnut table with an inlaid mirror. (It would have been perfect for a different kind of narcotic, shame we didn't have any. I think Aston really knew their market in those days!) Not only that but he produced a ready rolled spliff from his pocket & invited me to spark it up while I was rolling. I was happier than a pig in shit. Getting stoned with one of my all-time heroes in an Aston Martin.

Sadly, of course, only five & a half years later the man was dead. So it goes...

No beans to spill really, just a really nice memory of a really nice man.
(, Thu 8 Oct 2009, 14:58, 3 replies)
My only close contact with any celebrities
was getting the Battlefield band quite high in the 70's when they played at the college I was attending in the US. We also fed a really strong pot brownie to a female signer with them but it didn't produce the desired results.

When you are used to Appalachian hillbilly accents, a strong Scottish accent is really interesting when you are also really buzzed. I don’t think they liked our jokes about their accents.
(, Thu 8 Oct 2009, 19:39, closed)
Graham Chapman's brother has felt my balls
He was the consultant up at Northampton General who I went to see when I had my teenage dodgy knackers incident... very nice bloke... not in the least bit funny like his brother, though.
(, Fri 9 Oct 2009, 13:50, closed)
Trust you spanky
(, Mon 12 Oct 2009, 22:02, closed)

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