The 44-year-old Man Down comic starts his stage show ranting about middle age. His body, he tells us, looks like it's been carved by a four-year-old out of a block of budget ham... pink and jellified. Nice. But he mainly focuses on the things his mother dismisses because "it's not normal, love". The comma in that phrase is vital, by the way.
He gets a lot of juvenile comedy mileage talking about people who are "not normal" - his brother-in-law after his inappropriate response to child birth, young children with a fetish for flip flops, racist taxi drivers with strange ideas about pies - so that's everyone, then.Jane Rackham, Radio Times, 17th January 2015