The winners of the Loaded LAFTAs 2012 - the comedy awards organised by the lads mag - have been announced at a ceremony at the Cuckoo Club in London.
Jon Richardson fought off tough competition from the likes of Jimmy Carr and Al Murray to be named the Funniest Man award, whilst Alan Carr took the stand-up prize. Andi Osho was named Funniest Woman.
The Inbetweeners film was unsurprisingly labelled Funniest Film, whilst Channel 4 comedy drama Fresh Meat beat the likes of Outnumbered and PhoneShop in the TV category. Pappy's Flatshare Slamdown, the panel show published by British Comedy Guide, was named funniest podcast.
The winners were determined by the results of a public vote conducted on the magazine's website. In a seperate award, the magazine's Editors bestowed Rob Brydon with the 'Loaded Legend Award', which has previously been won by comedians including Jimmy Carr, Frank Skinner and Bruce Forsyth.
The Welsh actor and stand-up star said: "It's still sinking in. What can I say, you'd be hard pushed to argue that my contribution to comedy has been significant, but as decades go, the last one has been good for me. Prior to that, I was an amusing voiceover in commercials and the odd radio show, so I'm glad you've looked back at this decade."
The full list of nominees, with winners indicated, is below:
Angelos Epithemiou & Friends Live
Jason Manford Live 2011
Jimmy Carr: Being Funny - Winner
John Bishop Live - Sunshine Tour
Tim Minchin And The Heritage Orchestra - Live At The Royal Albert Hall
Dom Joly's Celebrity Comedy Podcasts
Pappy's Flatshare Slamdown - Winner
The Danny Baker Show
The Dave Gorman Podcast
The Ricky Gervais Podcast
BEST INTERNET VIRAL SHOW
Alan Partridge's Mid Morning Matters
Harry Hill's Little Internet Show
Misery Bear - Winner
The Fast Show
Vic & Bob's Afternoon Delights
Jimmy Carr: "I know a couple who get on like a house on fire. They both feel trapped and are slowly suffocating to death."
Matt Kirshen: "I was playing chess with my friend and he said, 'Let's make this interesting'. So we stopped playing chess."
Paul Daniels: "I said to a fella 'Is there a B&Q in Henley?' He said 'No, there's an H, an E, an N an L and a Y'."
Sarah Millican: "My mother told me, you don't have to put anything in your mouth you don't want to. Then she made me eat broccoli, which felt like double standards."
Tim Vine: "Conjunctivitus.com - that's a site for sore eyes." - Winner