Humour

Humour, Politics

#TeamKey Launch

#TeamKey Launch

You can see more of Jim’s work at http://www.cartoonsbyjim.com

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Humour

The Internet of things

The Internet of things

You can see more of Jim’s work at http://www.cartoonsbyjim.com

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Humour

Cartoons!

Cartoons!

During our recent call for writers, we were contacted by Jim who does Cartoons by Jim and he asked if we’d be interested in running his cartoons. Well of course we are. So when Jim does a cartoon we’ll run it! You can see more of Jim’s work at http://www.cartoonsbyjim.com Here’s today’s effort:

by × June 20, 2014 × 0 comments

Humour, Politics

Troll stroll 12 June 2014

Troll stroll 12 June 2014

So a few people have asked me to record my #trollstroll tweets here as a post so you can see them if you miss them.

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Feminism, Humour

James laughed, all the while checking out Chad's spectacular left moob

Three conversations I’ve had in a bar

Three conversations take place in a bar. To be fair, only two of these conversations have actually happened. The other one hasn’t yet, but it will.

by × June 12, 2014 × 1 comment

Humour, Politics

Troll Stroll: 4 June 2014

Troll Stroll: 4 June 2014

So a few people have asked me to record my #trollstroll tweets here as a post so you can see them if you miss them.

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Humour

Just so it’s memorialised forever

Just so it’s memorialised forever

STUFF SAID DONGS INSTEAD OF GONGS

by × May 19, 2014 × 0 comments

Humour, Reviews

Comedy Fest review: Jamie Bowen in Heart goes Boom

Comedy Fest review: Jamie Bowen in Heart goes Boom

First off, this picture does not do Jamie’s beard justice. That is one hell of a beard.

by × May 16, 2014 × 1 comment

Humour, Reviews

Comedy fest review: Jeremy Elwood in Jeremy Elwood LIVE

Comedy fest review: Jeremy Elwood in Jeremy Elwood LIVE

Well of course he’s live. If he wasn’t live. He’d be dead.

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Humour, Reviews

Comedy Fest review: Ben Crellin in …err…Benjamin Crellin

Comedy Fest review: Ben Crellin in …err…Benjamin Crellin

Ben Crellin is a confrontational comic. He’s possibly not the sort of comedian you’d bring your grandparents to.

by × May 15, 2014 × 0 comments

Humour, Reviews

Comedy Fest review: Tom Wrigglesworth in Utterly At Odds With The Universe

Comedy Fest review: Tom Wrigglesworth in Utterly At Odds With The Universe

So Tom Wrigglesworth was here a few years ago (2010 in fact, damn time marches on) and he constructed an entire one hour show based on a short story of a thing that happened to him on a train.

by × May 13, 2014 × 0 comments

Feminism, Humour

Misogyny and rape jokes: Ha ha ha bonk!

Misogyny and rape jokes: Ha ha ha bonk!

That’s the sound of me laughing my head off.

by × May 12, 2014 × 9 comments

Humour, Reviews

Comedy Fest review: Brendon Green in Some More Mr Nice Guy

Comedy Fest review: Brendon Green in Some More Mr Nice Guy

I’m noticing a trend in festival shows this year. We’re not getting the big introductions where we’re asked to go “crazy and wild” for the comic. Instead the comedian is just sort of there.

by × May 11, 2014 × 0 comments

Humour, Reviews

Comedy fest review: Jonny Potts in the Delusionaries

Comedy fest review: Jonny Potts in the Delusionaries

Jonny is a guy with a bit of a cult following around Wellington. He looks like a throwback to the 1990s with his semi-grungy motif but he’s a funny fucker.

by × May 10, 2014 × 1 comment

Humour, Reviews

Comedy fest review: Jamaine Ross in Jamaine Says Funny Things

Comedy fest review: Jamaine Ross in Jamaine Says Funny Things

I walk down the stairs into the Cavern Club to see Jamaine Ross’s show and he immediately greets me with a friendly handshake, a warm smile and a jovial ‘hello’.

by × May 10, 2014 × 0 comments

Humour, Rights

Comedy fest review: Hairy Soul Man

Comedy fest review: Hairy Soul Man

Kai Smythe, a Melbourne-based musician, comedian and performer is Hairy Soul Man, a peacock of a performer full of swagger and confidence.

by × May 10, 2014 × 0 comments

Humour, Reviews

Comedy fest review: Urzila Carlson in Poise Control

Comedy fest review: Urzila Carlson in Poise Control

I turn up to San Fran to see Urzila Carlson about two minutes before the show starts, and the venue is packed.

by × May 9, 2014 × 0 comments

Humour

How not to write a comedy show

How not to write a comedy show

Every year it’s the same thing, more or less. We reach the end of May; the comedy festival is done and dusted. Exhausted, I swear I’ll never go through THAT again

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