Chubby

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FAT.

Last seen on: –The Telegraph – QUICK CROSSWORD NO: 29,618 – Mar 9 2021
Premier Sunday – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Nov 8 2020

Random information on the term “Chubby”:

Roy Chubby Brown (born Roy or Royston Vasey, 3 February 1945) is an English stand-up comedian whose act consists of offensive humour, constant profanity, a free speaking style and lack of concern for political correctness.

Brown was born at 78 Broadway in Grangetown, Middlesbrough in the North Riding of Yorkshire. He has a sister named Barbara. He left home at the age of 14, spent time living rough, and moved from job to job, at one point joining the Merchant Navy. He became homeless and for some time slept in a fishing boat in Redcar. In 2011, he said “I was more or less living off scraps. Then I got arrested and taken to a detention centre and then I got borstal, then I went to jail just being a complete and utter ****hole really.” He also spent time in a borstal and prison.

While in prison Brown read I Owe Russia $1200 by Bob Hope which made him decide he wanted to be a stand up comic. When he saw Ken Dodd live he thought he was so good it inspired him to try comedy himself.

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Random information on the term “FAT”:

Fat (2006) is a comedy novel by Red Dwarf co-creator Rob Grant, satirising attitudes towards dieting and obesity. During the course of the book, various other themes are also satirised, including health and safety regulations, manufactured pop (including a parody of Girls Aloud, called Gurlz Banned) and lawyers. The book follows the lives of three somewhat unusual individuals over a period spanning a few days, in which their stories eventually interact to varying extents.

Grenville Roberts: A divorced TV chef who is so fat that he is no longer “off the peg”. Tends to slip into a rage should anybody mention his weight. He destroys another person’s car and much of a health club during one such episode. Throughout the story he makes many bitter remarks at the law system and how society mistreats overweight people. After being fired from his job as a TV Chef (His famous book had ten pages dedicated to boiling eggs), his agent told him about the idea of the Government Well Farms to get him back on his feet. After the VIP opening, which he spots one of the other characters, Jeremy Slank, he arrives along with other obese small-time celebrities and is appalled at the state. Eventually the conditions and incompetence drive him to an insane rage and he demolishes the camp by breaking chairs, windows, and using a mower to carve out a swear word to the Prime Minister. In the end, he is given his own TV show where he goes to restaurants, and uses his rage to take them down a peg or two.

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