Season 9 Episode 10 Road Trip | Saison 1 | Adrian Martinez

SOME GREY BLOKE

Some Grey Bloke - aka Graham Murkett - has been a YouTube hit for British animator Mike Booth. Here are my favourites - expect dry, sexist humour!



What Twitter Is For by Mike Booth (2010) (UK/Spain) (3m)

Some Grey Bloke is the mundane name for the rather dour but very amusing Graham Murkett, the animated invention of Mike Booth. Booth is an English animator based in Madrid whose series of animated monologues have proven very popular on the world wide web. In this episode, Graham tells us that he has finally worked out the true purpose of Twitter. Watch it to find out the answer...

What Twitter Is For

My Internet

My Internet's Gone Down by Mike Booth (2008) (UK/Spain) (3m)

Taking the infamous room 101 from George Orwell's 1984 as his inspiration, the dour Graham Murkett reveals what is his - and ours - worst fears. Some Grey Bloke is the amusing creation of Mike Booth. Booth is an English animator based in Madrid whose series of animated comic monologues have proven very popular on the internet. Be sure to share it...


My Ex Wife 1

My Ex Wife by Mike Booth (2007) (UK/Spain) (2m)

The first of his Ex Wife sketches, Graham reveals exactly how selfish his wife was: despite Graham being willing to do things for her, she was apparently unwilling to invite her attractive best friend into the marital bed no matter how many times Graham asked. Booth is an Englishman based in Spain whose animated monologues have proven very popular on youtube. Be sure to watch it and rate it!


My Ex Wife (3) by Mike Booth (2008) (UK/Spain) (3m)

Graham reminisces on how quick his wife was to anger and how he failed to placate her despite his best efforts. He recounts a specific happening when he returns home to find that his laundry efforts have not been lauded as he would have hoped and has to think fast to counter. The Some Grey Bloke series of comic monologues have proven to be an internet hit. Be sure to watch and share Graham...

My Ex Wife 3
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