Bill Bailey On Words For The Top Of Your Foot | QUALMPEDDLER | Universal Comedy

23 nov. 2020
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What do you guys call the top of your foot?
This is one of many important questions that Strictly Come Dancing's Bill Bailey is asking in this BEST OF compilation of Qualmpeddler (Bill's 2013 live special).
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  • Dickensian pipe-cleaner. Brilliant.

    alan sturgessalan sturgess11 dagen geleden
  • Some East Europeans do not distinguish between toe and finger. "My finger hurts" - points to toe.

    Androgene69Androgene6913 dagen geleden
  • Medical anomaly? No specific word? No, you just have to pretend you're a cat-thing, and then all your hands and your feet are basically the same! And that word, dorsum, makes sense again. ....I mean that's the entire reason I do it...

    Splotch the Cat-ThingSplotch the Cat-Thing19 dagen geleden
  • I reckon it’s because she shaves them

    Harry TurnerHarry Turner21 dag geleden
  • Mr Bill Bailey, a class of his own. Saw him live a couple of times a few years ago. absolutely brilliant 🇬🇧 national treasure

    Wendy WooWendy Woo23 dagen geleden
  • Sick to death of Bill Bailey appearing on my recommended watch list.........................have never watched the bloke on YT as he is about as funny as a hemorrhoidectomy...............Had to block this channel to avoid seeing this cretin

    MallersMallers28 dagen geleden
    • Then don't bother leaving a comment when other people are actually enjoying the jokes by a comedian that you would be too dim to fully comprehend

      Chorus of OdditiesChorus of Oddities25 dagen geleden
  • I’ve always called it the bridge of your foot. Surely I’m not alone on this?

    Curtis ArmitageCurtis ArmitageMaand geleden
  • Borat meets Daniah accent?

    hourslookingsidewayshourslookingsidewaysMaand geleden
  • 0:50 I bet none of you sheep even questioned that! You just march instep with everyone else!

    Brett JohnsonBrett JohnsonMaand geleden
  • To stick with the theme, in danish the "top of the foot" is called "vristen" ;-)

    Jonas AndersenJonas AndersenMaand geleden
    • In german it's "Fussrücken" :)

      Knight of AurumKnight of AurumMaand geleden
  • Too many commercials

    FrodoFrodoMaand geleden
    • They are offering a free video of some of bills comedy, and you're complaining that they've put adverts in the video

      Chorus of OdditiesChorus of Oddities25 dagen geleden
  • Dutch have an exclusive and native (not latin) word for the top of the foot "wreef". It's used in soccer. It's what you use to keep the ball high.

    Snoep AnimatieSnoep AnimatieMaand geleden
    • @Eddy Bulk You mean Futbol.

      Stefan TravisStefan Travis26 dagen geleden
    • You mean football

      Eddy BulkEddy BulkMaand geleden
  • Is it still heckling if you are being supportive/helpful to the comedian? :)

    ProjectFlashlight612ProjectFlashlight612Maand geleden
  • we have the word for it :D

    TheHellRayTheHellRayMaand geleden
  • Remember the times, when it was acceptable to poke out criminal politicians?

    Oikku OekOikku OekMaand geleden
    • @Nahadoth A practice that should be made more popular.

      Oikku OekOikku OekMaand geleden
    • The Dutch ate their prime minister once. True story.

      NahadothNahadothMaand geleden
  • FOOT-SCALP

    Glitched Data 64Glitched Data 64Maand geleden
  • Foot notes 🎵🦶🎶

    bruce evansbruce evansMaand geleden
  • Aaaand again, we bloody Germans do have a word for that: "Der Spann" . Boy are we boring, aren't we...

    synchronautsynchronautMaand geleden
    • We do too. It's the instep.

      superschmolzsuperschmolzMaand geleden
    • @Kowasi easy typical german glue-the-words-together-excercise: "der Handrücken"

      synchronautsynchronautMaand geleden
    • And the back of the hand?

      KowasiKowasiMaand geleden
  • The back of your hand is your opisthenar.

    Mino KosmadakisMino KosmadakisMaand geleden
  • Tak for kaffe! Ses i morgen.

    Gatsler WingcastleGatsler WingcastleMaand geleden
  • It IS the feckin instep.

    caahackycaahackyMaand geleden
    • Thanks boys, tres amusing.

      Lesley HawesLesley HawesMaand geleden
    • @Adrian Fox-Kirk That's the sole !

      Lucky DaveLucky DaveMaand geleden
    • Yes. It is instep.

      Lucky DaveLucky DaveMaand geleden
    • @Adrian Fox-Kirk Hmmmm... the instep is only the upper bit on the inner edge of the foot.

      Spiral PythonSpiral PythonMaand geleden
    • @Adrian Fox-Kirk Bewilderness...

      caahackycaahackyMaand geleden
  • Those *are* some pretty erudite hecklers. Also, I would have said 'dorsal surface'.

    dielaughing73dielaughing732 maanden geleden
    • It’s not really heckling if he asks the audience to shout out answers to his questions...

      beeble2003beeble2003Maand geleden
  • Another thing, why do people say roof of your mouth? Surely it’s your mouth ceiling?

    bigkev1690bigkev16902 maanden geleden
    • I think the assumption that actually bothers you is that language should be logical. That's extreme, radical linguism.

      Snoep AnimatieSnoep AnimatieMaand geleden
    • Perhaps because the brain, seat of the consciousness, rests above it?

      GeneralityGeneralityMaand geleden
    • @Chris Robinson Surely that's the side of the foot.

      GeneralityGeneralityMaand geleden
    • @Lynx South it gave me pause is all.

      superschmolzsuperschmolzMaand geleden
    • @superschmolz As a linguist, I can tell you that the 'logic' is there somewhere in the word's family tree, but that that meandering (and possibly lost) history isn't likely to satisfy a two-year-old's insistence on 100%, black-and-white conformity. Enjoy! www.etymonline.com/search?q=back+of+the+hand+

      Lynx SouthLynx SouthMaand geleden
  • So danish is basically extremely drunk English

    Tip Of The IcebergTip Of The Iceberg2 maanden geleden
    • Geordie is just a subtle Danish accent

      mtemps 79mtemps 79Maand geleden
    • No, English is sober Danish

      Charles John Thompson IIICharles John Thompson IIIMaand geleden
  • Bridge?

    Kevin BennettKevin Bennett2 maanden geleden
  • There is no common word for the top of you food in English?

    lonely astronautlonely astronaut2 maanden geleden
    • Instep

      superschmolzsuperschmolzMaand geleden
    • Top o' your foot

      Kevin McNultyKevin McNulty2 maanden geleden
    • Ankle?

      Declan Stewart · 17 years agoDeclan Stewart · 17 years ago2 maanden geleden
  • Better English lessons than my high school classes.

    The Guarding DarkThe Guarding Dark2 maanden geleden
  • 3¼mips...eggnchips®€cu™ nlworld.info/key/video/26ubhtWpiWegj4g zxc

    Sam CoupéSam Coupé2 maanden geleden
  • 8:22 mie gorge rysses!

    puirYorickpuirYorick2 maanden geleden
  • Universal (reuse of) Comedy strikes again

    Chorus of OdditiesChorus of Oddities2 maanden geleden
    • @Little Miss eats crisps for breakfast you're also going to go as far as ordering me to ' _change the record or stop watching_ ' not only do you not have any authority, or reason to say that, you think that just because I leave a comment asking for different clips that I hate the content, even though I enjoy watching it but would like to see some stuff not already on here two weeks ago

      Chorus of OdditiesChorus of Oddities2 maanden geleden
    • @Little Miss eats crisps for breakfast i have said this only a few times ( so unless your going to back up that ' *always* ' with some proof, I'm going to ignore it), but you have obviously watched all of those clips as well, got annoyed about my comments even though it has no effect on you, and been pretty enough to reply

      Chorus of OdditiesChorus of Oddities2 maanden geleden
    • Same could be said for your comments. Always going on about reused clips. Change the record or stop watching.

      Little Miss eats crisps for breakfastLittle Miss eats crisps for breakfast2 maanden geleden
  • Dorsum is the top of your foot standing

    Michael PalmerMichael Palmer2 maanden geleden
    • So if you're sitting wouldn't be a Lap?

      Old Man from Scene Twenty FourOld Man from Scene Twenty Four10 dagen geleden
    • @Rowan Aboat Zeus?

      Michael PalmerMichael Palmer2 maanden geleden
    • Someone has lightning fingers

      Rowan AboatRowan Aboat2 maanden geleden
  • All the necessary info I needed before I start my education for becoming a paramedic...

    RD SimonseRD Simonse2 maanden geleden
  • Awsome vidoe dud love it!!!😂💪🏼🙌🏻👏🏽 sometimes in life you just have to be yourself completely that allow others around you to be there to whit You! so start with you! be yourself completely out there ! others will follow !

    Monky DollqueenMonky Dollqueen2 maanden geleden
  • Rachel Rielly's man crush

    Cameron BranfordCameron Branford2 maanden geleden
    • She’s got good taste

      Calumba 1904Calumba 1904Maand geleden
    • Lucky bugger

      dielaughing73dielaughing732 maanden geleden
  • Bill Bailey On Words For The Top Of Your Foot | QUALMPEDDLER | Universal Comedy 23/11/20 1803PM YEAH I AGREE UNTIL YOU SAY I SHOULDN'T THENI DON'T AGREE... CAN I SUGGEST YOU GO BINGE WATCH BLACK BOOKS ON CH 4 WEBISTE - AS IT'S PRETTY AMUSING IF YOU, LIKE ME, USED TO BE MILD MANNERED IN YOUR APPROACH TO COMEDY - IE YOU CAN SIT STONY FACED AND STILL ENJOY THINGS LIKE COMEDY... I ALSO SUGGEST WE GO ROUND THE STREETS AND KICK EVERYONE'S HEAD IN - THOSE WHO HAVE AN ANTI ALCOHOLIC STANCE WHERE BEING SMUG AND SELF RIGHTEOUS IS CONCERNED... LOL!!!!!

    JONATHAN SUTCLIFFEJONATHAN SUTCLIFFE2 maanden geleden
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