And can I say that Papa Lazarou terrifies me? I just remembered that I once opened my door and greeted the pizza boy while being dressed as Papa Lazarou. He nearly pissed his pants…. This is my new text tone. It causes me to laugh manically while my sister shrinks away in fear. A very lovely friend of mine, iwanttotieyourshoe sent me a surprise and I received it today and i might of hugged for a few minutes. You are seriously talented and I will have my Papa Lazarou scarf to keep me warm this coming winter. What more could a girl want, to be called Dave and be a wife AND stay warm in the cold.
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He appears in four episodes — the first episode in the second series, the Christmas special, the final episode of the third series, and the final episode of the fourth series — and in the film The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse. The character is part-written by and played by Reece Shearsmith. Papa Lazarou has been listed as both the 8th and 14th most popular sketch of all time with British audiences, according to the Radio Times  and Channel 4 ,  respectively. He is seen to collect wives by forcing his way into women's homes posing as a humble peg-seller, then talking gibberish at them, invariably referring to them as 'Dave', until they hand over their wedding rings. Once they do this, he exclaims, "You're my wife now!
Welcome to League of Gentlemen Wiki. Baggs is an obese character said to be suffering from Diabetes with a high-pitched voice, acute overbite and wears a baseball cap. His obesity is the source of much of the comedy in scenes he's in and his inability to do his job, far worse than mild Glen. He is later shown to be aggressive following Lisgoe physically assaulting him.
However, we rarely ever see each other and don't talk that much in between. When you make the best choice for you, blessings will follow. My youngest starts Kindergarten next fall. We need to come to a decision pretty soon and I really need some insight. You all are strong for staying but I just don't see how it is possible long term to live like this.