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Mrs. Brown's Mother's Day Message

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Jaine Sykes Jaine Sykes | 17:19 UK time, Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Ask Mrs. Brown

Mothering Sunday is in a few weeks time (April 3rd to be precise). If you've not got a gift for your mammy yet, why not surprise her with a personal message from Mrs. Brown?

Is there a message you'd like Mrs. Brown to pass on? What better way to tell your mum how much she means to you than getting a foul-mouthed Irish matriarch to do it for you!

Or if you can't think of a message, tell us why your mum deserves a special mention by Mrs. Brown.

Whatever it is pop it down - you can leave your messages:

1. Here on the BBC Comedy Blog

2. On Twitter, tweet to @BBCComedy using the hashtag #AskMrsBrown

3. On the BBC Comedy Facebook page

Please Note: When contributing to this post your comments and username may be used on the Mrs. Brown's Boys programme page, BBC Comedy website and YouTube channel.

More from Mrs. Brown:

Mrs. Brown's Boys continues every Monday evening on BBC One at 10.35pm


  • Comment number 1.

    i just love this programme, mrs brown reminds me of my mother who sadly passed away 8 years ago,whatever was in her head she spoke aloud too, i really look forward to monday nights knowing i will go to bed with a smile on my face,no other man dressed as a woman has ever done that. So keep up the good work, i have recommended this programme to many of my friends who all say its the funniest thing the BBC has put out in a very long time.so keep up the good work mrs brown, we are in need of a good laugh.

  • Comment number 2.

    Could you mention my mum Sarah Holding from liverpool from Matthew Holding
    i would like you to mention here name because i have no money and she loves your show.!

  • Comment number 3.

    Could you please mention my mum Christine Eardley who lives in Rode Heath, from her daughter Gemma Eardley. She is a great mum because she is always there when it matters the most, she absolutley loves your show and she will be estatic to get a mention from you.

    thanks =) xxx

  • Comment number 4.

    Could you mention my mum Mary and my partners mum Liz. Im from Belfast(where my mum, Mary still lives) but living in Aberdeen, Mary and Liz will be meeting each other for the first time on Mothers Day..

  • Comment number 5.

    Can you please say Happy Mothers Day to Andrea Clay in North Wales from Marie Alana, her daughter-in-law. She's been very ill recently and very frightened by what the future may bring. This would cheer her right up. Thanks Mrs.Brown xx

  • Comment number 6.

    My mum doesn't believe in Mother's Day (says it is a money making scheme that they never had years ago) but this year it is on her 86th birthday so we will be able to officially celebrate it for once. Mums name is Gladys Farron, she has raised 8 kids and has ruled us with an iron fist (lovingly). She has for years been a big fan and has been to see the stage shows in Liverpool, I would love for her to get a mention as she is a double of Agnes with the hair, glasses, cardi and potty mouth.

  • Comment number 7.

    I havent laughed like this in a long time!! THANK YOU!!! I wish we had shows like this in the USA. I think Hollywood forgot what comedy feels like. That's too bad, because I have missed it. Hope you dont mind me popping in for the fun. (actually it should be "us"...there are quite a few followers over here.)


  • Comment number 8.

    It would really really make my mum's day if Mrs Brown could mention my mum Rosemary from Basingstoke. My mum is always happy to watch whatever everyone else wants to watch but Mrs Brown is the only show I've ever seen her keep asking to put on the TV. She even bought the DVD's which is something else she never does so Mrs Brown must be good! I love watching how much Mrs Brown makes her laugh. My mum is very special, no matter what is happening with her own health she always looks after everyone and keeps everything going. Thanks Mrs Brown for making my mum laugh so much, please don't stop xxx


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