Let’s keep all our money.”Meanwhile the Reading-born comedian, who is rumoured to be working on a feature-length fi lm based on David Brent, the character he created in the hit series The Office, adds that he and Jane have been thinking of a plan for what to do with their combined wealth.
Ricky told the chat-show host: “Let’s get our money together and go across Mexico, throwing money out.
Speaking about his new stand-up, Humanity, he said: "It was time to let the world know what an awful species we are.
Ricky, 53, who met long-time partner Jane Fallon while they were studying at University College London in 1982, says he doesn’t really see the need to cement their relationship any further.
The world is overpopulated, no one's sitting around going, ' Oh Rick's not going to have kids, we're going to run out, there's loads! " He added: "I tell [the audience], I say, ' I don't know why I called it Humanity, I'm not a big fan, I prefer dogs.'" READ: Golden Globes 2016: Watch Ricky Gervais' opening monologue Ricky opened up about his tour Ricky's partner Jane has also previously opened up about the decision not to have any children in an interview with "I remember steeling myself, trying to imagine what I would do if [Ricky] had a change of heart," she said.You in the Mustang,me in the Volkswagen, just throwing money out!They have been dating for a year and a half, and even took their romance to the next level by moving in together in March.Style with beachy waves like Lucy to nail summertime style.Having bought their first home together back in March, her partner then affirmed their desire to settle down, by admitting she had even started looking at diamonds for the occasion.