I always say I'd rather be miserable by myself than unhappy in a relationship.
A good rule to remember for life is that when it comes to plastic surgery and sushi, never be attracted by a bargain.
One of the great things about being gay and out is that the papers couldn't care less about your love life.
I've heard other gay people say when they were growing up they felt 'foreign.' Growing up, I was able to label these feelings as: 'I'm a Protestant.' It wasn't until I left, I thought: 'Oh, those weren't Protestant feelings.'
I bet Maurice Gibb's heart monitor was singing the tune of Stayin' Alive.
A comedian's a comedian. They're a very kind of cynical bunch. I guess that's why I like them.
I am really bad at actually interviewing people.
Straight men just can't imagine the bliss of being in a relationship with someone who finds farting as funny as they do.
I don't think I've got bad taste. I've got no taste.
All my day is spent dealing with other people. When I come home I like it to be empty. The presence of others in my house kind of annoys me. I love coming home and shutting the doors. I feel brain dead. I'm relatively available, but not to live with.
I have nothing to say about my childhood. It was a perfectly pleasant upbringing - it's not like it was unhappy or anything.
Do I have more depth than I'm given credit for? No!
I think the word is adult!
In my experience the difference between a straight and a bisexual is about four pints
I don't think anyone wants to be gay.
The BBC is a victim of its own independence.
The only people who are desperate to go on the show are people we're desperate not to have on the show.
My parents grew up working class, but in that way that working class families do, they spent a fortune on education to better me.
I was a failed actor but I still wanted to show off, so I ended up doing live comedy.
The higher your profile becomes, the more aware you are that people out there might hate you.
Because society places a value on masculinity, gay men aspire to it. If you go to a gay club and the doorman says, 'You do realise this is a gay club, don't you lads?' you get all excited because you think, 'Wow, he thought I was straight!'
I am camp. Lots of gay men can't cope with their campness. They are in denial about it.
Well, certainly I think American television is - that's proper TV.
I do get pleasure from very inconsequential things, like shopping for clothes.
I am very quick to judge.
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