Alastair: During his brief but bright tenure as Rubber Chicken cartoonist in 2003-4, Scott McQuaig gave us a memorable visual personality that lingers to this day. (I could have used a fart metaphor there, but no, I’m better than that.) Even now, many of his creations peer out from the left hand side of this website, each a glorious gaseous tendril of nostalgia.
Scott has recently thawed from creative hibernation – some call it “business school” – to deliver this hand-crafted rendition of “popular” podcast “personality” Sir Nigel Haversmith IV. See it. Smell it. Savour it. And if you would like to see more of our audio-only characters brought to life, please share your suggestions below. Scott’s return to artistry is a self-admittedly tentative one, and with this public call-out, I hope to lure him back with guilt.
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Posted on December 11th, 2003 by Mr. Karl
Because we love idle contributor Karl “Galder Weatherwax’s Hat” Kavanagh far too dearly to let him live his life constructively, The Rubber Chicken will post Forum excerpts of his enviable Irish wit under his name until he caves and writes something new for TRC proper.
We miss you, Karl.
- “I’ve never understood exactly how you’d go about giving someone the cold shoulder. I, for one, quite enjoy my shoulders and, only having two, am in no state to go flinging them about.”
- “If Ireland’s premier television vote-in music video show for people who aren’t in bed at three in the morning, Music 3, is any indication, “Gay Bar” is popular among people who aren’t in bed at three in the morning and are inclined to vote in to vote-in music video shows on Ireland’s premier television.”
- “Cleanliness is far overrated. It involves washing. One of my t-shirts is regularly washed, and now is less black than before. And a part of the giant arse that Rik Mayall and Ade Edmunson are in is gone. This just so it can bend? No thank you.”
- “I swear I’m not as camp in real life. Except when I’m wearing a dress.”