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Synonyms for burp



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Synonyms for burp

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It was for a round called "Burps" in which his guests, including Pam St Clement, Chelsee Healey and The Krankies, mimed a series of earth-shattering belches.
Neil, who had the procedure, costing around PS3,000 privately, said: "My surgery was a huge success and I can now burp to my heart's content."
Unfortunately, he took the few annoying aspects of Burp, stomped all over a legend and created TV Projectile Vomit.
There is imaginative use of text and space on the double-page spreads; the helpers are shown in bubbles as each is considered, and the burp is tremendous.
But now he's said goodbye to TV Burp to embark on new projects, including writing X Factor: The Musical and heading out on his first tour in six years, taking in Birmingham's Alexandra Theatre and Coventry's Warwick Arts Centre.
What father-of-three Harry can't be doing when he's on stage is watching TV - but he couldn't be happier that he no longer has to sit through up to 10 hours of programmes every day, looking for things to make fun of for TV Burp.
He won the Perrier Best Newcomer Award at the 1992 Edinburgh Festival, and has toured extensively, but has been focusing on his TV commitments recently, including TV Burp.
All I could really remember about it was that its cover was red and there was a blurb on it reading "Burp Guns Of Modern Armies."
But when winter feels like it's never going to end and it's a whole month to go until pay day, one of the best ways to cheer yourself up is to watch Harry Hill's TV Burp.
Harry Hill's the Best of TV Burp (7.00pm) Classic clips from previous series, including the Amish version of TV Burp and Strictly Come Dancing launching a craze involving a woman's leg being played like a guitar.
JOHN HILLS was happy to laugh at himself after his Lambourn stable appeared in last weekend's edition of the ITV show Harry Hill's TV Burp.
Harry Hill's TV Burp ITV1, tonight, 6.55pm The multi-award winning Harry Hill's TV Burp returns for an eighth extended series.
As if middle school boys need another excuse to burp in public ...