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Definition funny of Krankies:
Scottish "comedy" duo who were actually husband and wife. Apparently pretended to be brothers although wee Jimmy was no more than 10 and his brother was well into his mid 40s at best. This means their mum would've had to have had the older one at 15 and wee Jimmy when she was in her 50s. No wonder he was always acting up, she probably couldn't control him.
The Krankies are about as funny as stepping on a turd.
Husband and wife team. Husband likes wife to dress up as a pre-pubescent boy and then sit in his lap. Amazingly this is all done in public and for the entertainment of children. Husband pushed wife off a ladder whilst in panto in Milton Keynes and she landed on her heed. This was not part of the act, but after 25 years in the industry they finally got a laugh. She was permanantly disabled.
The Krankies are, in fact, Ian and Jeanette McSporran, a married couple from Aberdeen.
Songs about Krankies:
Killy Kranky by Jean Ritchie from the Album Mountain Hearth & Home
Funky Kranky by Em Teh Express from the Album The Ultimate Fake Show
Følger Veien (feat. Kranky) [Explicit] by Dj Scob from the Album Følger Veien (feat. Kranky) [Explicit]
Killy Kranky by Alice & Ruth Al from the Album Let the Mountains Roll
Killy Kranky Is My Song by Jon Pickow, Peter Pickow, Kenny Kosek Susie Glaze from the Album Singin' the Moon Up: the Voice of Jean Ritchie
Kranky by Mista Men from the Album Pantha Ep
Kranky by After After After from the Album After After After
Books about Krankies:
The Krankies Go Dogging by Jesamine James (Jan 22, 2014)
A Very Kranky Christmas (The Krankies) by Laura Headley and Marisa Ray (Nov 8, 2013)
" Krankies, The " , Annual (Aug 1983)
" Krankies " Joke Book (May 21, 1987)
Kranky Spring 2004 Sampler CD by Keith Fullerton Whitman, Tom Carter, Strategy, Pan-American, Ioscil, Charalambides Brent Gutzeit (2004)
Wiki information Krankies:
The Krankies are a Scottish comedy duo who enjoyed success as a cabaret act in the 1970s and on television in the 1980s, featuring in their own television shows and releasing their own music single. They have regularly appeared in pantomime. The duo...
This was the Krankies first attempt at solo attempt at a children's television show since Crackerjack.