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Here’s a place you can leave random comments about stuff that you feel isn’t particularly related to the News. Maybe you just want to say hi. Maybe you want to critique a piece of my work. Maybe you want to ask me where I live and come and bring me cookies. Whatever. Stick it in the box down below.

Oh, and please don’t post links or email addresses, or the spambot filter robot will take offence and refuse to publish.

Incidentally, if you’d like to find out more, and you think maybe you can mix it with the highly intelligent, witty, grammatically-correct and aesthetically-sublime individuals that constitute the membership of what I – with typical humility – like to refer to as the Me Forum, then you should go to the Angry (Feet) Forum page

Anon. on Tuesday, 30 September 2008

Bristol SOLD OUT :'( I told my dad a week ago to book tickets (I'm a poor student who also lost her debit card so had no way of paying) and found out today you've sold out *cries sobs considers cutting wrists* You are doing Swindon . . . Yey! *Puts knife away* if that fails theres always Cheltenham :) I'd happily go alone but figure you'd like the extra cash so dragging family along and relevant boyfriends :D I showed my dad the Peace Anthem for Palestine song on youtube on a visit home, we were singing it for days. Another reason I have to see you other than seeing you live is that I can persuade parents to buy me your cd's, I was kinda shocked you weren't on itunes. You are awesome . . . that is all.

Steve on Tuesday, 30 September 2008

You are the definition of amazing. Your silly song style coupled with your fantastic piano playing and singing makes your performances truly epic. I hope one day I will be privelaged enough to see you live here in the US. Please, if you venture over here I would love for you to stop in the St. Louis area.

Monique Douglas on Monday, 29 September 2008

Hey Tim, I may only be 14 But im a big fan Not Perfect is my favourite :) Its really soothing Canvas Bag is a good one God thats funny Me and my friend used to watch you 24-7 But i dont have a computer anymore But i listen to you whn i can your a crack up :) you should do a show in melbourne :) But make it 14years and up so i can go with my mum she loves you to and your an aussie AUSSIE AUSSIE AUSSIE (Y) I love the fact your different your awesome dont change :)

Paisley Marks on Sunday, 28 September 2008

I just discovered you on YouTube! Thanks for the fun and laughs; you even made me think a little.... Smiles, Paisley Marks

noel on Sunday, 28 September 2008

Hi Tim, are you planning on anymore shows back in Perth again? I'd love to see you live

Eilish on Saturday, 27 September 2008

You just made my day! Thankyou for the Australia dates!

Martin on Friday, 26 September 2008

TIM! come back to Australia! we miss you and the kangaroos are running rampant! if you play a show at Melbourne i promise to come see you. ill pay with money too

Ross on Friday, 26 September 2008

Hey man! Hope you get this comment, I sent you a message!

Ocset Nialp on Thursday, 25 September 2008

Dear Tim I know what you did last summer. You killed your pigeon and fed it too your cat. You sicko. You did it on purpose to fatten the cat then sliced it open, stuffed it with chillis and peppers and bits of chicken SO YOU COULD EAT IT!!! (LIKE A PIE). You didnt even take the fur off!! My silence will come at a price. Of a messengar pigeon and a blue dyed hamster Dont even think of backing out the deal because i have News of The World on speedial.

annawaits on Thursday, 25 September 2008

Saw this and thought of you... Million Dollar Mind Reader, five, Sept 25, 9pm Profile of psychic Derek Ogilvie, who claims he can read the minds of infants who are too young to communicate verbally - is he a total quack? To be fair he allows himself to undergo a series of controlled experiments to test his alleged abilities. He faces sceptic James Randi, an investigator of the paranormal who has offered $1m to anyone who can prove the existence of the supernatural. I wonder what your piano, one of your legs and your wife equates to in dollars.......... :) xx

Flavin on Thursday, 25 September 2008

Mucho Upset, Been a fan for a long time, your UK your Hull :( may hbave to travel to leeds to see you lol. x

Bhoemen on Thursday, 25 September 2008

You should come to Mildura, Victoria, Australia

Cameron on Thursday, 25 September 2008

MAGIC HAPPENS! hehe your a legend thanks for being who you are

Matt on Tuesday, 23 September 2008

You Sir, Should Come to the U.S. Specifically Indiana, the middle of nowhere. :D We'd love you to paint this dull canvas we live in with a bit of color!

Qwerty102 on Tuesday, 23 September 2008

So I was thinking.... maybe you're not that good at geography (you can't be good at everything) so just telling you to come to Dublin isn't good enough. Dublin is in Ireland - next door to the UK - you'll be in Belfast anyway and its only a couple of hours drive down the motorway. You know loads of Irish comedians; Neil Delamere, David O'Doherty, Jason Byrne etc so you could probably stay with one of them! Sorted! when are you coming?

Tori on Monday, 22 September 2008

ps sorry for the un grammatically correct text language that i seem to have sprouted!

Tori on Monday, 22 September 2008

ohhhh cant wait until you come to the fast city belfast lol my friend english caroline (who you know slightly)has told me that i am to touch your hair and get my pic taken with you after the show do you know what ur letting yourself in for?

*Sarah* on Monday, 22 September 2008

I've made two batches of cookies recently, and I haven't given either of them to you. Apologies. They were bloody yummy, though.

Chris on Monday, 22 September 2008

When are you coming back to America?!?!? I'm up to my farking eyeballs in Presidential election news and I have an overwhelming need to laugh at someone that won't be running the country in a few months.

The man on Monday, 22 September 2008

Hey, I liked it when you did all that looping shit with the pedals, now you've gone all x-factor and all of that is done on a backing track. Take your canvas bags, for example, was great when you used the loop thing. I'm coming to Southhampton (have already seen the show in London) so please use the loop thing there, its an awesome part of the show and I miss it. And please do two encores, I hate leaving in tears after that (so fucking lovely) Christmas song... maybe end with inflatable you or something equally chirpy. I'm going to cry now just thinking about it.

Jenny on Monday, 22 September 2008

Hey :) THANK YOU, that's all really. You have gone some way to rebuilding my faith in intelligent life on this funny little planet and 'some people have it worse...' has been a tonic to listen to with all the crap this bitch of a life has thrown lately. Kudos to you Minchie, you are THE MAN! Can't wait till Nov 13th ;) From one ginge to another... Thanks ginger :p

Caitie on Sunday, 21 September 2008

You should come to Chicago. Your satirical style is something that not many people can really achieve. Id love to see on of your shows live.

Steph on Saturday, 20 September 2008

i want to come to your house and give you cookies! But seriously, if i say, came round a week on Friday you could teach me how to play piano? Thanks to your music, i do actually take my canvas bags to the supermarket now and the impending doom of work is lessened every morning by your lovely voice/piano combo in the car. Keep up the outstanding work! x

kanook on Saturday, 20 September 2008

Melbourne is a little greyer in the face without you Tim, and WA keeps running out of gas- they need your methane. Come home for a holiday coz the beaches rock even rockier than you do. *

Ashley & Nathan on Wednesday, 17 September 2008

Can't wait to see you in Elmwood Hall, Belfast. It's going to be one hell of a fun night. :D

Alex on Tuesday, 16 September 2008

:D I Love You :D And Dont Listen To Him \/ Your Hair Rocks :D

david drew on Tuesday, 16 September 2008

Minchin, get a haircut! report to Carroll, get that keyboard cleaned and for god's sake get rid of that hubristic website. I mean seeeking vainglorious praise from an unsuspecting public handfed on You tube and CD's/ DVDD and calculated commercial insults . really, why ,you mean that indicates intelligence!! I want real anarchy (think john cleese's academe's) and a shade of W.C Fields. After all comedy is satanic (Baudelaire!) and you might just manage to meld a dracularian werewolf (the mange)with a peckinpah horror (aka Monty P). now practice your declensions, and NO More ARPEGGIO's or Frank Z may just release some post apocalyptic "hot rocks". Really, camp sensibilities and climate change, I mean standards, minchin, please !!! thiose uncouth colonials might even gain a thing or to from you, I wish a musical fatwah on you: saxaphonically speaking

simo on Monday, 15 September 2008

hello ,tim just wanna say your a great artist keep up the good work,have seen you on spicks and speks and the side show with paul mcdermot just bought your dvd so live and is so funny ,ps come back to oz and tour (adelaide) wanna see you live .keep writing and performing

Katie on Saturday, 13 September 2008

hello thar :) I wasnt sure as to where to put this so i went with here. I was just curious as to how much of your music is improv around the songs chords. Particularly in Mercedes Colt one get the impression that your improvising under the lyrics (whilst doing a hundred other things all at once.. amazing). It would be really helpful with working out some of your music. thx very much

Anthony Johnson on Friday, 12 September 2008

I love you. Thats all I wanted to say, but not in a crazy physco stalker kind of way, but more in an, "I am inspired to dance and smile and kiss little babies" kind of way. Thank you for that. By the way, Im from Jacksonville, Florida. US, and if you could do a show anywhere close to here I would give my... well, i would give up something to be there. So I guess I had more to say than I love you after all...

Nina on Friday, 12 September 2008

Hi Tim! I'm sure you already know how awesome you are, but I just wanted to say that I think so too. You have great talent, a great sense of humour, and truly great hair. Keep being awesome. x3

JamieB on Thursday, 11 September 2008

Come to ireland ya mad yolk. we would love your style of comedy here. where like that and we drink by the barrell load. so if your crap we will still laugh. Good Man!!!

Sidney on Wednesday, 10 September 2008

The Canvas Bag song was THE highlight of Latitude Festival for me! Can't wait to see a whole show with just you in Norwich on 8th November excited! =) Tell me what cookies you like and I will bring you some...

Linzy on Wednesday, 10 September 2008

I like you - you're lovely. x

Qwerty102 on Wednesday, 10 September 2008

Still no sign of you in Dublin! I've looked everywhere and you're not here! Please come.

Charlie Byles on Wednesday, 10 September 2008

Tim, Firstly, I'd like you to know that you fucking rock! Although you were probably already aware of that... But more importantly, I'd like to say a genuine thank you. Your show was easily the best thing I saw the entire fringe and both awed and inspired me. I was feeling pretty down for a week or so before I came to your show after a particularly harsh review I got for my fringe show from some conceited arsehole called Chris Palmer. I've really only just started doing comedy properly and was part of a free show, which was why such a malicious review was so heart-breaking, and I was seriously considering giving it all up. But your inspired song about Phil Daoust cheered me up no-end and made me realise that these jumped-up bastard critics have really got their heads so far up their own arses that they can't see what's funny and what's not. So fuck 'em. And I'm gonna carry on doing what I love because it's one of the few things in life that give me a real buzz, energy and excitement. Not sure if you get the chance to read through all of these but if you do get this far, thanks a million Tim, and if you do get the time I'd really appreciate any advice or guidance you've got for a hopeful young comic :) Will no doubt come and see you again when you're next performing near me... Charlie x

annawaits on Tuesday, 9 September 2008

How excited are you about the Large Hadron Collider??! So awesome! Talk about science for science's sake. I know that the world isn't going to end, but I just find it hilarious that there's a minuscule chance of something absolutely catastrophic happening, and it's still going ahead. That's just fan-bloody-tastic. They'd better find a fourth dimension though - that'd be SWEET.

Ben Dixon on Monday, 8 September 2008

Fantastic stuff! I saw you in London and bought your dvd straight after, and now tim minchin mania is spreading my school (woodhouse college in london) and we all think you're fantastic!

Sarah-Jayne on Monday, 8 September 2008

I saw you (on film) for the first time a few days ago and you rock. Trying to find a way of getting o one of your shows soon. Also, if you go anywhere near Seattle, my Uncle puts on a party at his property and they get lots of people and bands and stuff. I know they would love you so....would be cool. And I know it's not cookies, but I make a good cake if you want one :) lol. xx

Rachel and David on Sunday, 7 September 2008

Came to see you in London last night!!! Awesome show, probably coming to see you again in Reading as well! Have never laughed so hard in my life! Thank you!!!!!!!!!

Dameon Osborn on Sunday, 7 September 2008

If your feeling like something a little more relaxed and not too huge you should come to woodford folk festival, its west of brisbane, reasonably warm and ... well i suppose you could sing and what not too. Australia misses you!

Ian on Thursday, 4 September 2008

Yay! Coming to see you in London tomorrow. My friend wants you to do a show in Finland. You could probably stay with her if you need to. You have met before you spoke about recycling in Finland for some reason.

Nicholas Klahs (yeah, sounds like santa) on Wednesday, 3 September 2008

Fuck the chit chat about how amazing you are, (cause you are), i just really want to know if you plan on coming to the US to perform, perhaps near chicago, or even venture to Illinois State University. I'm in an improv comedy group called Improv Mafia, and we love to do improvised songs and we plan on doing an improvised musical in spring of '09. I know i would, and i'm sure once my fellow improvisers learn of you more, they would love to meet you if that is possible. But since i have no idea if you are coming to the US, or to chicago, or to ISU, i guess i'll just have to hope for a show at some time so i can attend. Have a good day, if you want one.

Mad on Wednesday, 3 September 2008

When are you coming back to Australia? We miss you!

Julie James on Wednesday, 3 September 2008

hi! I heard your song on radio2 the other day, "Only a ginger can call another ginger ginger". Oh how I laughed, and tearful yes, because all at one and at last, I have a status! Yes, a 'hood' a 'posse' and need no longer fear arbitrary hate crimes in the name of colour prejudice! No longer will my poor minority status be ridiculed by school children, and those of a school child mentality who should really be put down for the good of society or at least put to work in the fields or some such... technology took hard labour away from us you know, and looks what's happened, I ask you, if we took those socially dysfunctional plebs and put them in the feilds, in the quarries, would they have the energy left to bastardise our language, society and culture? NOOOO I hear you cry, no, indeed, they would not, no sir. Okie all that's mine, but you can borrow it if you like, Minchin, but only because you herald my cause. I've got more where that came from too ;) Pass the black stuff...

Calista Sullivan on Wednesday, 3 September 2008

I wonder if this comment will turn up on a google search...

Ecca on Tuesday, 2 September 2008

Come to Broome Tim! That is all! Oh, and your Awesome Now, That is all!

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