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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.

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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

Hannah :) on Monday, 30 November 2009

Hey Tim. Learning to play piano. Just to play your tunes ;) Come back to England :D Have a great time Down Under x

Dudek on Monday, 30 November 2009

Greetings from Poland Tim. I naver had a chance to watch your live show (unfortunately) but i really think you are one of the best comedian (if not THE best) i have ever heard. "storm" is simply brilliant. You are smart and funny just like me. Maybe you are my older brother. Ever been to Poland?? ;]. My friends also think you're a genius so you have at least 10 fans here in Poland. Wish you all the best Tim - pl(wszystkiego najlepszego /vshist kie go nay lep shego(it's not a joke WE really speak like this)/ TIM)

Chl"oe on Monday, 30 November 2009

Hello Tim! I was actually planning to see you when you toddled down to Perth but of course life got in the way (I mean, if it was work, I would have just quit and driven off to Perth, but nooooo. I volunteered for something and forgot I was buying tickets to your show!) I just wanted to say that you have been such a wonderful influence in my life. Since listening to you, seeing you on Spicks and Speck I believe it was, or was it Andrew Denton? Have you been on Andrew Denton? Anyway, you played piano, I watched, and then immediately went to the nearest piano and retaught myself to play. I hope you have a wonderful show, I would say break a leg and all that, but given how energetic you are and how that scenario is somewhat likely (I am getting images of you leaping from a piano stool), I think I will just say CHOOKERS!! Hopefully one day you will come back to perth, and I will remember the whole: bought tickets, don't volunteer for things, and then I will see you! Oh! Also saw your doco. Very much moved. <3 and imaginary cookie platter!

Sarah on Sunday, 29 November 2009

You are amazing! So many thoughts I share with you, and you have a musical talent that is admirable - the way you do/say/sing it is fantastic! Hope to see you in Copenhagen soon?!

x-Lemon-Curry-x (that would be my not real name.... Rach would be the real one) on Sunday, 29 November 2009

ehh ohh (teletubby style, that was said) don't suppose i'll get much of a response but i've resolved to nag as many comedians who actually check their messages to come to redditch (we gots a beautifully cosy wee theatre) and play a nice lil' gig for all us brummy wannabes.... i promise we'll all come see you ^.^ (redditch is sorta near worcester in the uk.... but not really, but kinda, but yeah) mehh we'll even pay riduckulous amounts of moneys for this.... and we can make cakes too or cookies, flans, pies, tea, lemonade, nicely shaped hedges, things that don't work and occaisionally really bad jokes :) *smiles and the usual goodbye type message* <3 xx <3

Hannah♥ on Sunday, 29 November 2009

Hey Tim, your stuff is freaking great, one of my faves by you however, ten foot cock and a few hundred virgins, cant be found anywhere on any illegal music download sites, so there would be much appreciation from the dreary state of washington USA, if it was at all possible for you to put it on the download page, it's a f####ing great song and I'd totally love it if you did!

Leah on Saturday, 28 November 2009

Hi Tim, I just found out that my great aunt and uncle have the same surname as you and was just wondering if somewhere along the way you have relatives from Gloucestershire? Thanks Leah xx

Aphra on Saturday, 28 November 2009

I love you Tim Minchin, would you ever imagine coming for a gig in the Scottish Borders for a 13 year old who loves you

Alex Rolls on Thursday, 26 November 2009

Hey Tim. Great show in Sheffield in October. Thanks for taking the time to meet and chat to us. Really made my year. I have such an appreciation for your work, musically and lyrically. You inspire me to play the piano. Forever a fan, Alex.

Jane on Thursday, 26 November 2009

Tim, have just watched your show, you r brill, have loved you for years and you just get better! Your 9 minute beat poem blows me away- I am trying to memorise the words- how do you do it? And have just left v rude comments on the guardian website re their asshole of a reviewer- how can he not have seen you as the wondrous lump of carbon the rest of the world does? What an asshole. At least you have this consolation, you are way better looking than that shrivelled up old piece of ferret shit ever was. Heh heh.

Elenor on Wednesday, 25 November 2009

Hey Tim, wooo cant wait Wednesday next week, see ya in Brisvegas....Are you spicks at all while your over here? Please say yes...

Dan :) on Wednesday, 25 November 2009

Hey Tim just like to say me and my friend ben love your music we think you are comedy god... no wait you might not like that lets just say as an insignificant lump of carbon goes your pretty funny :P. we both are going to university soon and most likely never see eachother again but we will always have the hours we spent listening to your music, crying with laughter at your brilliant comical mind and not to mention memorising the words to as many songs as we can get our hands on! We are still to find a song of yours that we do not love and i doubt we ever will. But you should look out for me at one of your gigs sometime i'll be the boy with the shirt...and the hair. Keep up the genius work and thanks for emitting some excitement and happiness into out otherwise monotonous lives. (By all means send autographs if you wish haha it would be a great leaving present) :) :P

Arki on Wednesday, 25 November 2009

I'm from Panama and I'm very happy I got to know of your work online. My girlfriend and I love your songs and we dream of seeing you live someday. We don't hold much hope of having you here visiting our country for a presentation (that would be a kick-ass dream come true) so maybe someday we'll save to see you at some city in USA... as long as you post the dates well in advance for us to get ready XD. Your work is unique and really really good. Nice site too.

tiny on Tuesday, 24 November 2009

tim minchin-amazing! so fresh and exciting i loooove him

Jenni on Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Heey!! When you coming to UK tour?? I hope I haven't missed it... My boyfriend and I really wanna see you on tour!! If we could afford Australia tickets we would!!! Hope the tour goes well :) Jenni x

Leah on Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Hey!!! Happy 3rd birthday to Violet!! Hope she's had a great day :) x

Heidi on Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Happy birthday to Vi! i hope she will got many many presents! ou and pleas can you hug you're family for me? thanks! so i hope you a Ok!

Sarah (White Wine fan) on Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Happy Birthday to little Miss Minchin. x

claire on Monday, 23 November 2009

Hey Tim just wanted to say i think your an amazing pianist (i guess you already know that but who doesnt like been told their amazing! lol). I've only just recently started listening to your work and i cant stop kicking myself for not finding your work earlier in my life haha. Anyway keep up what your doing and dont change for anybody! If you ever want to do a gig in the North of Scotland you got my vote haha. take care

Joe-Lynn on Sunday, 22 November 2009

Hey Tim. Name's Joe-Lynn From the original South Wales! Just wanted to say Where have you been all my life?! Just watched your live show on Channel 4 and absolutely loved it. A fantastic musician with such a true, unbridled out look on life. I'm an aspiring pianist/satyrasist myself but recently i have exrerienced a massive drop in ambition and drive but after watching your performance I've had a massive jolt of inspiration and guidance. I just wanted to say 'thank you for the music' and wondered (not really expecting a reply) if you had any tips for starting off. Anyway, sorry for the literal fellatio, keep doing what your doing, your a good man.

PG on Friday, 20 November 2009

i saw you playing at Jonathan Ross' show last weekend (i downloaded it cause i can get the BBC on my tv) and i thought it was one of the best i have seen there for ages. I wanted to see more of your work so i googled you and found and watched "rock & roll nerd" and "So Live" Its been a truly great week Tim, thanks!! btw, how do i get the chorus of "Canvas Bags" out of my fucking h**d? its been there for the last 2 days now.

Scarlett B on Friday, 20 November 2009

Good luck in Oz, Come back soon, 100 days and counting!

Daniel W on Friday, 20 November 2009

After the Birmingham Symphony Hall gig (cruise ship!!), me and my mate went on an extensive drinking binge around the city which eventualy lead us to a strip club.....funny thing was that from the moment I walked in to the moment I left, all that was going through my head was "fuck I love boobs though....." - priceless. Great show!! - Keep it up mate!!!

Mark on Friday, 20 November 2009

Hey Tim would you like to hear a song I wrote called Airline Explicit? It's in the tune of that mary poppins song "chim chimney, chim chim cheree"...except it's about getting really really fucked up on an airplane :) I'd let you use it on tour :)

Ellie K on Thursday, 19 November 2009

Ok, me and a few of my mates from school (yes, we are the young ones fae glasgow) are soo obsessed with you, we've memorised all of your songs from all your shows. Yes. We know. We are desperatly sad. Luv and hugs

abi (London - ish) on Thursday, 19 November 2009

I discovered you on Jonathon Ross by accedent really. I mean i had heard of you but never heard you before. And 5 poofs cracked me up and u seemed like a genuinely nice funny guy. So have been youtubing you since and think your great! Would love to see more live stuff as i think that is where you really shine and would love to see you perform live! Thinking of doing anything in or around london soon? I'm at Royal holloway university so am a bit skint but would love to see you! Your top of my list to see!! Love it!! Abi xox

Martin Svennes (Norway) on Thursday, 19 November 2009

I quite randomly came across a talkshow where you were about to preform a song. aving nothing better to do i put down the remote to see what this crazy-haired-aussie could do. The song turned out to be "5 poofs and 2 pianos" and I laughed my ass off! Since then I've been youtubing you 24/7. Love your comedy, and is currently working on learning "Storm" by heart. Keep it up, man! You're great! Ever preformed in Norway? You should give Fredrik Skavlan a call! The man runs a Swedish/Norwegian talkshow interviewing both national and internationals stars, guests and celebs of all sorts. You'd fit in beautifully!

Louise on Wednesday, 18 November 2009

I have a really bad habit of finishing off people's sentences with song lyrics (ie "It's fun to stay-" "At the YMCA!"), but today at school, a Year 7 walked past and I overheard him say "A 10 foot c..." I just couldn't stop myself from loudly singing "-ock and a few hundred virgins!" ... in the middle of the very busy corridor ... Oops :) xxx

MattD on Tuesday, 17 November 2009

I wish you were on TV more often, just can't get enough of your humour. Watched your live (recorded) performance on E4 about 10 times. Went and saw you at Glasgow Pavilion, what a great show that was. Introduced another person to your humour at that show, and you now have another fan ;) Keep up the good work.

Rik on Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Tim, Never felt strongly enough about a performer to leave a comment on a website on a website before - although there are a few I would like to seriously abuse!! The first time I heard Prejudice was on the radio a few months ago & I laughed so much I had to stop the car cos I couldn't see for crying. Bought the album on the strength of this & love it. I went looking for a website as I felt I had to say you must release White wine in the sun for Xmas - I have never heard anything which sums up the modern Xmas so perfectly, reading the other comments I am not alone....

Chelsea on Tuesday, 17 November 2009

I came to, ready for this?, in birmingham on haloween <3 it was actually amazing Havent laughed like that in a while :) i feel sorry for ference... poor dancing bear :'}

Jodie Aitken (same as your first crush on Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Ooh that was cool ;D Sorry for my easily amused-ness but I was on your youtube channel and I clicked your face and it took me to the website. I felt compelled to write you a comment so I did. *hands bowl of ice cream* enjoy! it is cookie dough flavoured because I have no cookies in the house and I fail at baking. Oh and by the way, I am still a tiny bit overly happy from meeting you at Dunfermline ;D <3

scott coles on Tuesday, 17 November 2009

hi tim just a quick 1 to say i saw you play northampton a few weeks back and it was a terrific performance,still laughing now,shame you werent in the pub afterwards.

liam howard on Monday, 16 November 2009

hey there tim just wonderin as you have just finshed the uk tour and are now doing the australian tour when will ou next be doing a tour in the uk and if you do could you try and make a date for newcastle as i dont think you came here last year thanks hope you get back

Manx-Michelle on Monday, 16 November 2009

The logic you have taught me in your many songs is proving infallible in my philosophy/theology lessons. Especially 'Ten Foot Cock'. Went down surprisingly well, considering I'm the only atheist in my class. Thanks. Mish x

Stevie J on Sunday, 15 November 2009

Am watching 'So F**king Rock' and it's the first time I've seen Tim doing his thing properly - ie not on a chat/quiz show. F**k me. Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. But now I have to wait a frigging age for the next UK tour!

Kelly Kim on Saturday, 14 November 2009

Just watched your episode of NMTB on BBCiplayer as i unfortunately missed it last week, you were great! Cannot stop watching 'So f(asterix asterix)k ing Rock' your material never gets old and still gives me the laughs as when heard them first time... Am trying to find a UK version of your doco as i would love to have it but can't find it anywhere? sad face..Good Luck with the ozzy tour (have told my mates in oz to see your show as it was immense!) Keep being your awesome self Tim! Come back to the UK asap...lots of hugs xxx

Anne Green on Saturday, 14 November 2009

Hellooo, This is Anne Green again with a wee message for STEPHANIE HOLLAND. Firstly, apologies Tim since I'm not trying to hijack your guestbook in order to punt my own musings, or for some underhanded self-publicising. Actually that's a thought! No I jest. I'm not that sneeky/smart. Although the idea of promoting my own special kind of ham-fisted thumpings as I return to the Hanon exercises I used play when I was 6 does bring a chuckle to one. I fondly remember having my knuckles wrapped by my teacher for my clumsy, unprovocative fingering. Steady folks, I was only 6, so happily at the time he was referring to my lack of practice and attention to detail on the keyboard rather than making lewd references to a bit of the other. Mind you these solitary, discordant gigs do have a way of making one think of practice in a whole different light and, well, don't get me started on the fingering! A step too far do-ya think? Probably, but then who gives a fuck? Eh, not me it seems. It can be a little tricky getting a rhythm going when your limbs operate on a whole different frequency. I would always be somewhat paranoid that, (for the purposes of this sentence I'll invent a he), he'd end up with a quick poke in the eye rather than anything more desirable. Not very sexy if your partner has to go to bed wearing some kind of re-enforced eye protection and a helmet, it's a bit of a passion killer. Jesus I think I've developed some sort of verbal dysentery! This message is becoming even more rambling than the first one. I've managed to make an unfathomable tangential leap, and with astonishing lack of foresight have digressed from the notion of ridiculous self-promotion to the rather more ill advised disclosure of the dearth in my intimate intimacies. Returning to purpose, I wanted to say thanks Stephanie, that was a very kind thing to say and i'm astonished that you read my long, rambling and utterly irrelevent discourse to completion. I did/do write but as I'm sure you've already worked out, I have an incontravertible talent for digressing (not to mention over-sharing and complete lack of restraint). There is also the slight issue of "the outside world". Being essentially a hermit it can be a wee bitty tricky to remain up to date, so to speak, although I guess that's what the Net's for. Well, that, and of course subjecting total strangers to your pearls of wisdom (whether they wish to hear them or not). But please don't think it's all bad, there are many benefits to enforced confinement. The chance to enjoy peace and tranquility, appreciate bird-song in the morning and car alarms going off, and of course the enviable opportunity to deeply examine the innermost depths of you psyche.....Hang on a minute who am I kidding, I don't have any inner depths. I have become quite a good shot though, and crow pie fairly saves on the grocery bills (just kidding!). Anyway before this becomes an essay, Thank you once again for taking the trouble to post for me it was honestly a really lovely thing to do. All the best. Thanks Tim for the use of your guestbook to reply. Maybe you would come back to Scotland and do a gig in Glasgow. I may crawl out of my cave erm i mean house, and try to get there. I'd like to see you live. Cheerio for now, Anne G.

Joe kinnish on Saturday, 14 November 2009

Dear Mr minchin my name is joe and u have been such an inspiration to me i know u probably have heard that a lot but all the same i mean it i am an aspiring comedian and possible musicain(only vocals so...i hope that means musician) and you outstanding connection with your audience and fantastic stage presence has helped me develop a lot on the 7 of december i am going to be at your performance at the canberra theatre i am in the front row to your...right but on the left isle seat (i hope that made sense to you)and i would really appreciate a possible shout out if u get this in time, can work it in or give a shit so sheers Sincerely Joe

Stephanie Holland on Friday, 13 November 2009

This Message is actually for Anne Green who posted her message earlier today. I just wanted to let you know that you are inspirational too, your comment almost brought me to tears. If the piano playing doesn't work out you should become a writer as you do it beautifully. I don't know about you but I think Tim brings out the dreamer in all of us and what an amazing gift to have.

yvonne on Friday, 13 November 2009

hey tim, saw you on buzzcocks the other night. it was brilliant. noel was great as were you. glad to see you got a bit more involved this time. keep up the good work and i hope you come back to scotland soon, so i can come and see you again xx.

Barbara Choat on Friday, 13 November 2009

Hi Tim, I just wanted to thank you for sharing your talent with the world. I was at a real low ebb in my life a while back and flicked on utube to look for a cheer-me-up. Discovered you that day!!!!!! And I've been a fan ever since. Thanks for all the smiles and 'pick me ups'. It must be awesome knowing your work can make some others lives a little brighter. Ta. :)

Laura on Friday, 13 November 2009

Hi Tim My boyfriend and I saw you at the Hammersmith Apollo a few weeks ago, and you had the bizarre effect of not only making me laugh (so much that I hurt my arm) but of also making my cry (real tears!) with your last song about drinking white wine in the sun. I was not prepared for that! I think this only proves that you're not just a talented comedian, but a very talented songwriter. Thanks! Laura. P.S I am considering having 'If I Didn't Have You' as the first dance at my wedding, but it might kill my nan.

Anne Green on Friday, 13 November 2009

Hello Mr Tim Minchin. This is the first time that I have visited your site, and have been wrestling with myself whether or not to leave a comment. See i didn't want to appear self-obsessed and whiny (is that a word?) Anyway I had the sudden realisation that, the very fact that I was agonising over the what/why/how and purpose of my offering up my questionable musings for public consumption, epitomised the obsessive persona I was trying so hard to avoid. So fuck it! I'll forge ahead say what's on my mind and hope that you see the compliment that is intended while overlooking the potentially self indulgent, over sharing of my private life with, well....., basically yourself and every other fucking stranger that chooses to read this page. Oh yes, the point.... get to the point... Well, it's basically this. I became aware of your existence while watching a rerun of Buzzcocks on Dave. Then my curiosity was further tweeked when I caught your show while randomly flicking through the endless boring drivel that they call week night TV. I found myself sitting up and taking notice. My finger paused on the remote and what would have been yet another monotonous evenings tedium was transformed into an enjoyable experience. That was a few months ago, and then fuck me I found "So fucking Rock" while browsing HMV's net selection. See I don't really get out much, (just in case you're suddenly having the slightly anxious feeling that i'm communicating from the rec' room in a secure facility allow me to explain, which is kinda the point of this whole rambling disjointed message anyway - I did say I have difficulty getting to the point!) See I'm currently in negotiations with my body in so much as it's rebelled against me and no longer functions the way any self respecting corporal entity should. I've tried giving it a stiff talking to but it just won't cooperate and travels down the road of endless decline. I have a lodger in my cranium. It's a benign little individual, and shows no signs of personality whatsoever but it is a persistent little bugger. But that's not why I - I was going to say took up pen, but I guess these days it's more a case of took up keyboard - wanted to write to you. Since I became, and I hesitate to use the "i" word, ill there's never a dull moment. Well actually that's not true, there are many, in fact almost all moments are dull being stuck in the house. The monotony gets broken up now and again by various bits of me failing to operate in the usual prescribed manner. I was a pianist and writer. Not particularly successful, but what the heck, I got by and I enjoyed doing what I did. But the thing is, the kinda basic fundamental necessity for writing and playing piano, as I'm sure you'd concur, is the use of the old phalanges and unilateral authority over your general neuro system. I have neither and rather than sound like a fifteen fingered baboon playing an accordian I decided not to tinckle the ivories again. Then, and now finally I reach my point, I heard your material and watched your show. I listened to your lyrics and drooled with envy as I watched you effortlessly arpeggiate your way around the keyboard. I missed my music and cautiously decided to jump back in the saddle as they say. Sure I can, with bruised certainty, report that I jumped on and promptly fell of the backside of the fucking horse! But what the hell! Whose to hear me!!!! In short I can announce with pride that the fifteen fingered baboon pianist has arrived and is currently gigging for one in a house,in a village, somewhere in the forgettable, bloody freezing, countryside in Scotland. So, to quote that stallwart of cabaret Barry Manilow, (not something I do often i have to say). Thankyou for the (your) music. Without wanting to sound like an old cliche, yet unavoidably doing exactly that, you have re-inspired me to get back to what I love and at least try to make the effort to work something out to let me do so. There are indeed "some people that are worse than I" and I will certainly always be and always have been the personification of a " rock 'n roll nerd. Thanks, and apologies for the long rambling way that i have managed to so ineloquently lay down this small autobiography. I really only meant to write a few punchy sentences. It's always the way isn't it begin with careful thought but ultimately your hands have a mind of their own and just don't know when to stop. Any how, great stuff, keep it coming. Cheerio for now. A

Kimlovesblack on Thursday, 12 November 2009

Awesome on Never Mind The Buzzcocks!!!!! =P

stephanie holland on Thursday, 12 November 2009

OMG - what is it with this man, he has cast a spell on us all. I went to see you at the pavillion in Glasgow a few weeks ago and since then have been completely and utterly besotted with you. My fiance made a big mistake by buying me "so f**king rock" which I have now watched a bizillion times. I was lucky enough to catch you on NMTB last night and I thought you looked extremely hot in those skinny jeans. On top of all this I have come into work today to a gift from my boss - "rock and roll nerd" can't wait to see how you got to where you are today. You are truly inspirational, and have made me look at my own life and reconsider what is important to me. Keep doing what you are doing and I can't wait till you are back in Scotland x-x-x

em taylor on Wednesday, 11 November 2009

awesome participation on nmtb tonight. it feels like it will be forever till you're gigging in UK again! roll on the next tour: i am ready 4 it!! rock on Timmy!

Aisling Lammond on Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Aghh I am getting so freakishly obsessed now :) Looking forward to Buzzcoks in like 10 minutes :D and Matilda next year :) Really enjoyed seeing Timk live in September, and wanted to go again to Nottingham, but it was sold out :( LOVE YOU xxxxx

Hannah on Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Hey Tim! (yes, me again. Sorry.) Just to say really looking forward to Buzzcocks in a few days :) Also, like some others have said, you definitely should release 'White Wine' as a Christmas single. Possibly not this year as it is obviously November already but next year...? Just something to bear in mind! Love ya as always! (ps to the website techy - great job.)

Markus on Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Hey Tim, I just wanted you to know, that in my opinion you are one of the best comedians and songwriters at the moment. I am really glad to for a change listen to some intelligent comedy instead of the other "throw it in your face" comedians. Any plans on coming to Berlin, Germany any time soon?

yvonne on Wednesday, 11 November 2009

hey tim, thought i'd just say that "white wine in the sun" is brilliant. i have it playing in my car and whenever i listen to it, it give me shivers. its a beautiful song. xx.

Miranda on Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Hello Hello, 3 weeks from today and Me, Courtnie, Scott and Jessica will be seeing you live. We are so exciting. 3 of us are celebrating the end of high school... one is learning she still has two long years to go. Can't wait :D

Lara on Tuesday, 10 November 2009

i've only just stumbled across your work, it makes me want to play a piano more often - my poor neighbours, it's 10pm. thankyou x.

Toni freeman on Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Your the most talented person in the world! Love everything you do-come 2 malvern the theatre would be crammed if you did! Please please please come! You are at the top of my list of people to meet in the world and thats a lot of people! Toni and my boyfriend ross x x x

Siobhan on Tuesday, 10 November 2009

I honestly think you should release White Wine as a Christmas single -it made me want to cry! Also want to thank you for your fantastic show in Oxford last month, my boyfriend took me to Oxford for the weekend to see you and we had an amazing time. Keep being brilliant :)

Conor on Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Hey Tim, bet you won't believe this. I live in Washington State, United States. Pretty far from your home, found ya on the internet. Keep up the work and perhaps you can do a real tour in the US.

rachelsophie on Monday, 9 November 2009

I am quite worried that Tim Minchin is turning me into a rationalist. Oh dear... however will I break the news to God. Thanks for being so damn smart x

James on Sunday, 8 November 2009

Tim, just want you to know I think you're amazing. You're an absolutely fantastic musician, you're ridiculously funny and you just sing what you think - no bullshit. Can't wait until you're next in the UK, and if you're not I'll fly to wherever it is you are! Huge amounts of love :).

Manx-Michelle on Sunday, 8 November 2009

Thought I'd wait to post a comment until enough time had past that you weren't being attacked by messages. I went to the Hammersmith gig on the Friday night- it was, by quite a long way, one of the best nights of my life. My friend and I took the train down and had a bloody marvellous time. It was quite a step up from the last time I saw you in good old Queen Elizabeth hall, huh? It goes without saying that your performance was mind-blowingly spectacular- my friend and I have taught 'Storm' to everyone in our school, including the teachers. We were joking before the show that, since I booked the tickets waaaay back at the start of the year, 'it had better be f**cking brilliant'. Well, it was, and more. I've never laughed so much in my life. Nor have I, for that matter, embarrassed myself as publically by singing and dancing down the streets of London. My parents would be ashamed. But really, you were very very very good. Good enough that I will sing 'I will always love boobs' loudly in an all girls school. Anyway. Thank you very much for such a truly amazing night, one I'm dubious as to whether I could ever match (unless I come to another show next year, evidently). Don't worry- I'll will be back again to another show, without a shadow of a doubt! It just gets better and better, doesn't it? Mish x

Tiffany on Sunday, 8 November 2009

COME TO CANADA!!!! We love you here also!!! :) xox

Kelly-Kim on Saturday, 7 November 2009

Only recently Such an amazing talented singer songwriter; you're piano playing leaves me in utter awe (as a muso myself). saw your gig at the ol'Hammersmith Apollo, you made me laugh so hard my stomach ached the day after! I love your wit and your stage presence when your conversing with the audience, your cheeky chappy(ness) makes me smile along with the intellectual outlook on things..and "white wine in the sun" left me and my boyfriend (bless him)in tears...beautiful..you are so gooddam rock!!! i love you (with permission from my boyfriend :P) x

anuka on Saturday, 7 November 2009

Hello Tim! I'm from Georgia. Have you ever heard about my country? it's located in the middle of Caspian and Black sea. and, I'd like to know, will you come to visit us?? I'd be so happy to meet you :) and listen your music lively.. we love you!! kisses, ciao :)

Jess on Saturday, 7 November 2009

I think you should come play a gig in Leicester or Loughborough. Me & my boyfriend would love to come see you live x

Joseff Blackheart on Friday, 6 November 2009

Great songs, music, and voice. But is there a chance that you'd make a serious song? without the jokes...

john bolger on Friday, 6 November 2009

tim minchin such a lege. i hope he dos a shoe in ireland again some time soon

Steph on Friday, 6 November 2009

Saw you at hammersmith on the saturday night and it was AMAZING. it was the first comedy show I've ever been to see (i'm only 15 see) and it was so so brilliant (: white wine in the sun had me weeping. LAV YOU! xxxxxxxx

Veerle on Friday, 6 November 2009

Could you please, please come to the Netherlands? I want to see you perform live, but the UK and Australia are a bit too far from here. x

Lucie on Thursday, 5 November 2009

Tim, fantastic final show in Birmingham, please don't take ages to come back with a brand new tour or anything, just come back!! I'd sit through that show every night of my life and still love it!! Gonna miss you like hell while you're home in Australia, I dunno how I'm gonna cope yet, when's the new DVD out?!?! Thanks too for taking the time to come out and meet your massive, strangely orderly, queue of adoring fans; it was really lovely to meet you and thanks for signing my home made t-shirt! I didn't tell my fella I was gonna ask you to do that in case he got jealous but it transpired that you got his total blessing to get near to my boobs, lol weird huh ;) Love & Hugs xXxXxXx

Emzie-Rose on Thursday, 5 November 2009

White Wine in the Sun made me cry. I'm sentimental, I know. Loved it. Love Tim. Do another UK tour quick!!! xx

Edward on Thursday, 5 November 2009

I met the wonderful Minchin back in Melbourne and hope that the chance will occur again. Tried to hi five him...failed...it was most amusing! We find your wit, style and talent entertaining and hope to see a performance of yours again soon! We were also wondering where you live, we wish to send you cookies and marriage proposals.

Charley Gil on Wednesday, 4 November 2009

I have complained and do protest loudly at FB to get tim back in action. I have postd it on his wall so i hope all will see and follow!!

Paul Blundell on Wednesday, 4 November 2009

i was introduce to Mr Tim Minchin in Brighton by my beautiful girlfriend and have now fallen in love with his wit, hummer and awesome piano playing....purple shoes forever

Scarlett B on Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Tim's facebook is broken :( , lets get those FB mofos who blanked him and haven't fixed it, bastards! complain complain complain, its the only way forward...

Doobie on Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Come to Newcastle England!! I missed you last time =( C'mon please you beautiful man! =D x and yeh I'd love to know where you live so I can bring you Cookies!

Pat on Wednesday, 4 November 2009

I first saw you on some show here performing "Inflatable You" and the otehr day a mate at work played "Angry Feet)" on You Tube, which I promptly played to my wif when I got home. So we were both gob smacked when passively watching E4 when you "So Fucking Rock" show came on. I laughed so hard I did myself an injury and now I've got to go to see the (wank fucking) doctor. When are you next visiting the UK. I will personally put you up in my 12th century moated castle in Lincolnshire where you will be waited on by crazed 18 year old sex slaves. P.S. The bit after 'England' has been overwhelmed by the truth, as you might say.

louise on Wednesday, 4 November 2009

tim cant wait to see you in dublin again!!

Diana on Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Tim!! You're the first comedian to ever actually make me laugh! And my friends love you too. Please please please come to Tasmania??

Owen on Tuesday, 3 November 2009

Loved you at the Southampton Guidhall!!!!! The crowd were a bit subdued but I was rocking it up in the stalls!! Please release an mp3 download of "If you really loved me" I have all you stuff (paid for mate)except that classssssssiiiiiccccc tune!! No more plastic bags for meeeeeee!

jacques on Tuesday, 3 November 2009

you are so funny lad when you touring in the uk and are you doing a gig in liverpool?

Leah on Tuesday, 3 November 2009

Na, your way better than Bill Bailey, in my opinion! :)

Rowan Minnis on Tuesday, 3 November 2009

Your Incredibly Funny...Your The Australian Bill Baily (In A Good Way)

Jayne on Tuesday, 3 November 2009

I literally have your song lyrics in my head all day, and I didn't even write them...... how do you cope?? Lol, love it, but it's not good when your trying to pay attention in lectures, and a chorus of "10 foot cock" burst into your head! Heehee come back soooon, want to see your show again and again! x

Aimi on Tuesday, 3 November 2009

Hey Tim, I came to see you on Saturday in Birmingham with my boyfriend and best friend. We drove up from Exeter and it was well worth the drive!! We loved your show and my friend loves you and your piano :) We love your stuff. Love love xxx

JimileeWatt on Tuesday, 3 November 2009

ur amazing a luv u lol

Matt on Tuesday, 3 November 2009

When are you coming to Canada? I would auction my organs to see you live...!

Darby :) on Monday, 2 November 2009

i love you, but i want 'angry (feet) poem' on my ipod. why isn't it on itunes? i want to see you live but you are not in england for a long time! (not cool).

Aimee on Monday, 2 November 2009

Tim your lyrics are brilliant, i stayed up late lastnight watching you live on tv, i have never laughed so much. Iv never had a favourite artist, and you are by far the best. So funny and an amazing piano player. Your GREAT Tim Love Aimee xxx

rachelsophie on Monday, 2 November 2009

Oh god I don't want to be one of those fans... but I do make the most amazing cookies...

Lisa A on Monday, 2 November 2009

Just noticed that Jord commented below on his photo not taking when we met you after your Cruise Ship performance in Birmingham!! My dodgy phone that you then put in your pocket - as if you'd want to rob something that shit!!!! Anyway - you were amzing, I had such a good night - and just thought I'd say so. Thanks very much - incredible.

JAck k cooper on Monday, 2 November 2009

Tim I love your stuff but can only get 1 DVD over here and I wanna get some of the other ones

Edmund Blackadder on Monday, 2 November 2009

I hope You won't be in too much of a surprise when I inform You that somewhere beyond the seven seas, seven mountains, seven countries etc. (a little bit of a sh**hole, although I love it: "It's not perfect, but it's mine") lies a small country named Croatia, and that You have some fans of Your work there (like Yours truly). Seriously, though: I admire Your sense of humor, Your piano-playing skills, and the extremely casual and loose nature of Your shows. "One of the greatest recent comedians" is a title You indeed deserve, as well as that of a "very talented pianist". I would even add "The Master of the Vocabulary" and "The Lyrics Superman" to the list - poetry and literature are my field of expertize, so I'm qualified to say that. Honestly. Keep up the (very, very) good work, and best regards from Croatia, You "self indulgent wanker". Hope I'll get to see one of Your shows live. Cheers!

Charley Gill on Monday, 2 November 2009

Brilliant gig, i loved it no less the second time i saw it! When will the 'Ready for this?' uk filmed dvd be due for release? I was brought up catholic, it never seemed to work for me as i always had too many questions and seeing you it just all makes sense. Thank you x x x x

TRACY on Monday, 2 November 2009

Thank you so much for saying 'hi' and signing stuff for me and my daughter after your fantastic gig in Southampton on Friday night. You were very sweet and took time to have a chat with everyone who had waited for you, which was lovely. It made the 10 hour boat trip home in tempestuous seas bearable. Now come to Jersey PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!

David Brown on Monday, 2 November 2009

Hey there Tim me old mucker it was the first time me and my boyfriend have seen you live on saturday in Brum and I thought you was amazing making me laugh to the point of no return. You remind me of a darker and more amazing Victoria Wood with a willy lol, loved the songs Darkside and really loved Taboo. As I am just starting to come out as a ginger-ish person at 32 lol! Looked at the Observer artical from Phil 2009 and thought it was a load of crap. Your show was well good and I too loved the emo in a none gay way as he was defo too young to be in there lol see you in the future.

Fortynineand0monthsold on Monday, 2 November 2009

Oh joy of joys! Amongst all the soap and shower gel in my birthday parcels was the special edition of So F**cking Live! Hoorah!

Ella on Monday, 2 November 2009

Hello! a few weeks ago i got told i have hair like Tim minchin, but i didnt know who you were so i got ur dvd thingo out from the video shop and might i say it was and still is FANTASTIC!! i love rock and roll nerd. Thank you for being awesome

The Tuscan Prince on Monday, 2 November 2009

Tim, saw you Friday, what a great night, and from one to another 'you rock Ginge'as only we can say!

Kate Plumtree on Monday, 2 November 2009

I'm another new insomniac admirer who found you on E4 just now....you're a genius!! Can't wait to see you live in the UK :-) Kate x

Tommy on Monday, 2 November 2009

Tim, Currently watching you on E4+1, after watching you on E4! Hadn't really heard any of your stuff until you were on Chris Moyles on October 15th. Found loads of stuff of yours on Youtube, Loved you on Johnathan Ross. I'l definately be visiting HMV tomorrow to buy your DVD. Keep it up mate!!.. Your new biggest fan!!

QueenJ on Monday, 2 November 2009

Just found out about you, by pure chance tonight, seeing you on E4+1! Never heard of stuff before - the gags about your wife's black humour just made me wet myself laughing!!! Thank god I'm at home... that never happened before! You got a new fan mate! Jxxx

c and m on Monday, 2 November 2009

just watched your show on E4 after seeing you recently on J Ross. Great show and really nice guy. Wish we hadn't missed you in dublin. Brilliant.

Trudi on Monday, 2 November 2009

If your oh so lucky wife does happen to fall off something high or catch something bad..may i be your somebody else? Saw you in dunfermline at the beginning of october..fucking fantastic! =D xxxx

Penny on Monday, 2 November 2009

You were totally amazing when you came to Swansea!! I loved it. You're amazing!! Can't wait for Ready For This to be out in the UK!! My cousin loved you so much he went to your gig in Swansea and in Hammersmith, he was gonna go to your gig, when he got home, in Auckland but it clashed with something else. I can't wait for you to come back to the UK on tour. You rock.

Matt Gordon on Monday, 2 November 2009

TIMMY!!!! Watching you right now on E4 in the UK. Thought I'd search your site for UK tour dates but there doesn't seem to be any soon. Bad form...! You're a top performer. Get a tour sorted in the UK and I'll be your sex pet for 19 days... Special kisses for you Minchin.

Andy on Sunday, 1 November 2009

tim saw u last night, ur a fucking legendd, enjoyed every second, wish i was that bear, ference, or whoever. lucky kidd. enjoyed meeting u, im the retard who couldnt work the camera of the "hot girl". Was great to see you, come back soon, 'you f**king rock'ed the cruise ship :)

Steven Hannah on Sunday, 1 November 2009

Tim you seriously f**king rock ! Saw your live show on e4 and since then you had me hooked ! However ...... I was most dissapointed when I realized you ha a gig in my hometown dunfermline, Scotland at the alhambra as I found out the day after you had been ! I was totally gutted as I would have been there with bells on! I do hope you had a chance to try some takeaway from farrys pizza hoose just across from the Alhambra though as it rocks as much as you do ! Anyways I shall need to ensure if your back up this way that I don't miss out again! Cheers! Keep rocking ! :)

Sarah (happy White Wine fan) on Sunday, 1 November 2009

Best (and only) cruise I've ever been on! Still in awe of your talent and energy. Wish you had done a second encore (or more) to end your amazing tour. If it were possible to come to Oz I would. x

Chris Fisher on Sunday, 1 November 2009

Originally saw you perform "Inflatable You" on The Sideshow (caught the clip via the internet, the show's never aired here). Just saw you again on J Ross. No US tours at either time, which is a pity. Making my official request: Please do a US tour, you've got at least one fan (I don't dare speak officially for others) in Long Beach, CA. Come visit! I've a comfy sofa (could prob'ly fit the piano in the garage).

Jord on Sunday, 1 November 2009

TIM! I can't believe I met you last night... twice! :) (as the picture didn't take the first time you might recall) I think you are a musical genius!! It was great meeting you, and the gig was incredible! I especially enjoyed 'prejudice', when the realisation sinks in is a fantastic moment :) And that 9 minute debate about religion was so unbelievably itelligent AND FUCKING FUNNY!!! And that key-tar solo was IMMENSE :)God, you are 1 talented BASTARD! There wasn't a second I didn't enjoy- I think your tour met an orgasmic conclusion!!! I'll continue to love your work you funky ginger MO-FO!! And I WILL take my canvas bag to the super market :) Keep all the educational material comin!! megalonakydi choloepus is 1 for the pub quiz :)

pat on Sunday, 1 November 2009

just saw you on j.ross. i loved your performance. wish i could see your act in person...when will you be in new york city?

Rob Free on Sunday, 1 November 2009

loved the gig on the cruise ship last night tim! come back to birmingham soon!

Scarlett B on Sunday, 1 November 2009

missing you already, this country is not normal without you!

Ophelia on Sunday, 1 November 2009

I believe you are just wonderful =] Your lyrics are simply amazing :) I am bewildered and am absolutely hanging on a thread to see you live.. any chance of coming to Asia? ;) Or England!?

ewan on Sunday, 1 November 2009

Just heard 'Storm' - brilliant. Getting into 9 minutes & 45 seconds what it took Dawkins at least the 374 pages of 'God Delusion' to say. In a style best described as a cappella Eminem at Ronnie Jordan's place in an Aussie accent. Good work! PS if you have time, I think the BNP & EDL merit your lyrical attention!

Luce on Sunday, 1 November 2009

Fantastic gig tonight you beautiful, beautiful man! Quality work with the emo bear ;o) xxx

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