Collected Item: “Carrot in a box”
Give your story a title.
Carrot in a box
What sort of object is this: text story, photograph, video, audio interview, screenshot, drawing, meme, etc.?
Video from 8 Out of Ten Cats Does Countdown
Tell us a story; share your experience. Describe what the object or story you've uploaded says about the pandemic, and/or why what you've submitted is important to you.
During Lockdown in the search for routine and some sort of normality, usually my weekdays finish with ABC News at 7pm followed by 8 out of 10 Cats does Countdown at 7:30. Being a news snob I have always watched ABC, but recently 8 out of 10 Cats has become a new daily routine that provides regular humour relief from a bleak day inside. Hosted by Jimmy Carr and filled with stupidity as well as 'play-at-home' Countdown gameshow rounds, I have really fallen in love with it. The show is reliable, positive and immature, three things that are hard to come by at the moment. Further to that a pipe dream of mine is to one day live in the UK, and with borders closing until the end of 2021 that feels like a very long pipe, but getting to watch it even now makes me feel like maybe I'll watch it with a cup of tea in London somewhere. This particular clip was one of the funnier things I've ever seen on TV, let alone on this show, and made a mediocre night watching TV a conversational piece about a carrot in a box.
Use one-word hashtags (separated by commas) to describe your story. For example: Where did it originate? How does this object make you feel? How does this object relate to the pandemic?
#countdown, #sean, #jon, #jimmy, #carrot, #box, #panel, #comedy, #london, #england, #gameshow, #panel, #sbs
Enter a URL associated with this object, if relevant.
Who originally created this object? (If you created this object, such as photo, then your name goes here.)
Give this story a date.