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Exclusive Mark Watson Clip

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If comedians had an easy childhood then stand-up would probably be a whole load less amusing.

If their routine revolved around how attractive, socially adept and rich they all were then we'd most likely avoid them like the plague. In this clip from the new series of Dave's One Night Stand, Mark Watson recollects a tale from his youth that we can all sort of relate to.

Okay so we haven't had many strange men touch our legs in train stations but we can remember the awkwardness of being a teenager and the total lack of knowledge as to how the world really works.

You can see a video below and next week's programme at 9pm Thursday on Dave.

(Image: Getty)

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