Buzzin': The Nine Lives of a Happy Monday
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In the comedy series Peep Show, Jeremy gets a mercy spot in a band called The Executioner's Bong as they tell him he can "get in on maracas". Jeremy protests, "I won't be Bez. I wanna be in there on merit!" Bez married his partner fitness instructor Firouzeh Razavi 39 on 3 September 2022. The two had been in a relationship since 2014. Bez had made a Wooden Stonehenge for a Game of Thrones style wedding.   In popular culture [ edit ] Because Bez himself makes for an unreliable narrator, the book frequently gives paragraphs over to his Happy Monday comrade, Shaun Ryder, himself an unreliable narrator. “You could throw him out of a jumbo jet at 50,000 feet,” Ryder says of Bez, “and he’ll land on a mattress and walk away.” Bez and his family on a fishing trip in Cornwall (Photo: Supplied)
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Bulbul, Nuray (6 February 2022). "Who is Bez's fiancee and how long have they been together?". Chelmsford Chronicle. Chelmsford . Retrieved 28 August 2022. Buzzin’ simply has to be true because the stories in it are too wild and improbable to exist as fiction.
When he attends an ayahuasca ceremony, he’s told: “We’ve never, ever encountered anybody who has as many hallucinations as you do.” And at some point after recovering from jaundice, pleurisy and hepatitis B, he is held hostage by “some c**t with a gun in my face”, more of which later.
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Berry lives in Urmston, Greater Manchester. He is a fan of Manchester United. He is a beekeeper and beer brewer in his spare time, and has lived on land-shares in Herefordshire and Wales.  At some point, he lived next door to Ryder in Padfield, Derbyshire. When I got kidnapped, and held up by gunpoint and machetes, that was a massive turning point,” he says. The ordeal only lasted a few hours, but clearly affected him. “I didn’t want to keep living like this. I knew I had to do something else.” In the sitcom The Royle Family, Antony announces that he will be managing a band called "Exit", which will partly be inspired by Happy Mondays, with one of the members doing an imitation of Bez.By the time I was about 19, I decided I didn’t want to get caught up in the sort of shit I was doing again, so thought the best thing I could do was to have a huge adventure and go travelling. I lived in Morocco for a bit and was shoplifting just to survive; pinching bars of chocolate. I got chased out of town and had to hide in a cave for three weeks until the money I’d been waiting for arrived. You create your own reality, and travelling created one that completely changed my whole outlook on life. I think there was a failing there,” he says, “because I expected the case to be found in my favour. There was no evidence of assault. It was my word against [his girlfriend’s] word.” According to Bez, the two have a good relationship today, and share a son. “But I fought the law, and the law let me down.” Whatever he may say, the uncomfortable fact is that he was convicted. Three-quarters of all domestic abuse cases are closed early without the suspect being charged, according to a 2021 report. His adult life has been extraordinary: unbelievable scrapes with mortality, periods of financial ruin, mindf**k moments like when David Bowie genuflected before him, and enough narcotic-strewn hi-jinx to fill several more volumes of memoir.
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Bez Interview – Hit The Floor Magazine". Archived from the original on 12 December 2021 – via www.youtube.com.In a funny way,” says the father of three, and grandfather of one, “I’ve lived a charmed life. But, you know, like everyone else, I’m still two or three pay cheques away from being homeless again, and I never forget that. I worry about putting food on the table every day, so I’m in the job market. I’m open to offers.” Bez stood as a candidate for the Salford and Eccles constituency in the 2015 UK General Election.  The incumbent Member of Parliament (MP), Hazel Blears, announced her intention to stand down at the election.  Bez ran on a platform of "free energy, free food and free anything".  He received 703 votes (1.6% of the total turnout) which placed him in sixth position in the constituency.  The seat was won by the new Labour Party candidate, Rebecca Long-Bailey, who received 21,364 votes (49.4% of the total).