SCOTS comedian Kevin Bridges has shared a photo of a storage box full of notepads containing all of his jokes from the last 17 years.
The Glaswegian star was having a clear-out of his house yesterday and shared a snap of his precious collection of work on Twitter.
The image shows a box with dozens of notepads which the 34-year-old said dates right back to the start of his stand up career when he was just 17.
The funnyman said that the hoard contains jokes that were used, some that didn’t work out and some that “will make it out some day.”
The tweet read: “Over 17 years of jokes. Some that made it and some that went off the rails. Some that will make it out one day… #clearoot”
The tweet now has over 3,500 likes, with many fans of Bridges amazed to see his comedy portfolio rammed into a plastic container.
@Darren97367988 said: “If they’re half as good as the ones that made it out, then I’m sure you’ve got some belters left in there.”
@robhut83 said: “Not a single bit of wallpaper on all those jotters. Are you even from Scotland?”
@paulybhoy82 commented: “There’s your book content sorted!”
@BigFerrans added: “Hope you’ve got a new notebook ’cause I can’t wait till you’re back at the Hydro.”
Bridges is expecting a son with his wife Kerry in September.