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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

Charlotte Edmonds on Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Hi Tim My daughter, Nelly and I watched Matilda on Sunday and we thought it was bloody marvellous. I have never been so moved, scared, thrilled and entertained by a slice of theatre before. We sang ' When I Grow Up' all the way back to Paddington...even though those were the only four words we knew! Thank you for creating something so inspiring. I will be taking the rest of the family in the summer. PS loved Woody Allen Jesus

Annie on Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Hi Tim ! I've missed out on tickets to your show in Melbourne, in February. Will you be releasing more seats / shows ? Please. Would it help if I say it again ? Please (just in case). I make the best chocolate & macadamia nut cookies.

Elenor on Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Hi tim, thanks for the fantastic brissy show once again - my 4th now, and they just keep getting better and better. When you are in Sydney, you must go and see Annie the musical - it is just wonderful and probably right up your alley. also the legendary Anthony Warlow is in it so it has to be good, right? Once again, thank you for everything :)

Marc in South Africa on Tuesday, 31 January 2012

I've just recently been introduced to the work of Tim Minchin, and he's become my latest "favourite person". "Storm" is sublime, and I wish I could rave off like that at some people I've met over the years. We NEED you in South Africa Tim!!! There's so much material for you to work with here :-)

Sam on Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Leanne, thank you SO much (see 2 comments previous). I didn't know that Tim had been on the Morning Show and have just been able to watch it on my computer. How is it that he can always be just so normal and engaging without even trying. What a lovely guy! For other Australians the link is at: http://au.tv.yahoo.com/the-morning-show/video/-/watch/28085809/tim-minchin-back-down-under/

Kay on Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Tim.My Grandson has encouraged my love of your work. mind you,I haven't dared to play it when some of the fellow residents are around my unit! I'm 76 years young he is 15 and his mother is ...in betwen.We are all loving the irreverence and laughter you bring us .If I feel a bit down I can put on a tape of yours and blow the hypocracy and "doom and gloom"that seems to make so many people my age "Happy".Keep writing and performing and realise what a wide range of ages get so much pleasure from your genius.Three generations of this family

Leanne on Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Just wanted to say that I love everything you do Tim Minchin...even the the c word is not one I have ever used nor do I like to hear it...you must be the only person in the world who could get away with saying it in a song lol...you bring a smile to my face every time I see you...on the Morning Show today with Larry and Kylie wahooo...so wish I could see you live, don't forget an Aussie tour DVD asap...xox

Kim on Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Today (31st Jan) I just bought 2 tickets to Sydney show 4th Feb at State Theatre - CAN'T WAIT - don't accept "SOLD OUT" - persevere as tickets do become available and it would be a shame for a fan to miss out and for there to be even one empty seat!

Duncan Porter on Monday, 30 January 2012

Hey Tim, love your work. Will you be at the Global Atheist Convention in April?

Trevor Donnelly on Monday, 30 January 2012

Hi Tim, I'm a Church of England Vicar who writes zombie horror novels, so lots of my friends sent me the link to "Woody Allen Jesus" because they knew I'd like the "zombie Jesus" idea... Discovering your work has brought me laughter, tears, and some discomfort... While I think ITV where wrong to censor Woody Allen Jesus, you can imagine I have a different perspective JC! It was the subject of my sermon last Sunday - if you have the time & energy to check out a liberal Christian perspective you can read it here: http://web.me.com/trevordonnelly/Blog/Sermon_Blog/Entries/2012/1/29_Woody_Allen_Jesus.html (I do feel there is a whole strand of Christianity that is politically & socially active, feminist, supportive of LGBT equality, opposes fundamentalism & creationism and is a force for good in society that I would love you to encounter - not to try and 'convert' you, but because I'd like you to see beyond the creationist nutters who seem to have dominated your view of religion!)

MollyWebster on Monday, 30 January 2012

Hello! I absolutely love your songs time! I have all your songs on my ipod and I'm always playing them! Numerous occasions where i've been listening to your songs so many times that they've been stuck in my head all day! It would be amazing to be able to meet you Tim!!!! PleasePleasePLEASE come to yorkshire in the UK!!!! it would be amazing! Your such a talented person! Love from your biggest stalker Molly!!

Sunday on Sunday, 29 January 2012

Hey Tim (and Tim fans)! Can't wait till your next uk tour!! Anyway, just wanted to mention what a God you are (again) and how frustrating it is not being able to sing your songs at school gigs (im 13 btw) because they are "inappropriate"! Even though they are beliefs that I agree with! Sunday xxx

Sam on Sunday, 29 January 2012

Thanks heaps for your Brisbane show; it blew my mind. I can't wait to see you when you tour next. I think I need my own orchestra to adequetly describe how awesome you are.

Natasja on Saturday, 28 January 2012

Hi Tim!! This is the second time I leave a comment here, so sorry about that. I just returned from England today, and I just gotta let you know that Matilda, is an amazing musical! It was my favorite book, favorite movie and now favorite musical, that is a job well done! I bought the album when it came out and i knew by heart by the time I sat foot in the theatre. I already loved the music, but seeing it performed, was even better. Of course a little trip to England gave me the opportunity to purchase your DVDs as well! Thank you for all the joy you bring to us, Natasja from Denmark (please add scandinavia to your tour?)

Kim from Perth on Friday, 27 January 2012

Hi Tim I'm such a big fan of yours! You sing the things I want to say, and you're an amazing pianist! Can't wait to see you with WASO round 2 at Challenge Stadium in a couple of weeks :-) xxxxxxx

Abby on Friday, 27 January 2012

hi Tim, I'm your huge fan and i have just bought the "live with the heritage orchestra." it was great. and so i heard your joke about the BNP. actually, i heard it first at the O2. now, i know you're just being ironic when you say the only thing you hate more than a racist are Filipinos. But i'm still wondering... Why Filipino? now, you also said that you could write about it in your website and it's justifiable. so i got curious and asked. btw, i love the "thank you god" and "the fence."

Abby on Friday, 27 January 2012

hi Tim, i'm you're huge fan and i just bought the live with the heritage orchestra DVD. so i heard your joke about the BNP, well, actually i heard it first at the O2. anyway, i'm sure you're just being ironic when you say the only thing you hate more than a racist are filipinos. but i'm still wondering... why filipino? i wouldn't have asked but you said that you can write about in your website and it's completely justifiable. so got curious and asked. btw, i love your new materials, especially the "the fence." i hope i'd be able to go to your shows soon.

Uruk Engineer on Friday, 27 January 2012

You have an awesome talent, Sir. More importantly, have the balls to be open about your Atheism.

barrasundy on Thursday, 26 January 2012

Hey Tim come up to Darwin and have fun in the soon mon.

Amanda P. on Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Hi Tim, welcome 'home'! Hope you have a great tour here and that you enjoy your time back amongst all that is familiar. Sorry about the lousy weather though - not much chance of any time off in the sun. We are looking forward to seeing you again in Sydney and are counting the days. Have lots of fun!!

Håvard on Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Hi Tim. I am a boy of few words, so i`l make this short. You have moved something deep within me, and you should consider visit Norway, sometime!! Greetings from Norway

Janine on Wednesday, 25 January 2012

TOTALLY selfish, I know, but if these Northern NSW/ Qld flood waters prevent us from travelling to Brisbane for Tim's Saturday show I will CRYYYYYYYYY. A lot.

Ash on Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Was in London last month-loved loved loved Matilda! Songs are amazing. thank you. PLEASE consider coming to South Africa!!!!!!!

Yair Biran on Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Dear Tim, I just heard your song "white wine in the sun" on youtube and I enjoyed it very much. I got to it after watching the animated version of "storm" which I also enjoyed a lot and so I went on to try another piece of your work which happened to be "white wine". But there was also something a bit troubling for me about it. The song has the following line: "guess I have all of the usual objections to… the westernization of a dead Palestinian press-ganged into selling Playstations and beer". Before you become antagonistic let me tell you that I am not a Christian and I didn’t find anything about this comment religiously or otherwise resentful because of it's depiction of Jesus. At first, I didn’t even understand who was the dead Palestinian. That is also because I never saw anything with Jesus that has to do with playstations or Beer. This is probably the time to tell you that I am an Israeli man. 26 years old and engaged to the love of my life. My English was acquired entirely from TV, music and school – in a downgrading order of significance. My native tongue is Hebrew, so please excuse any mistakes. When I heard the line, being Israeli, I was intrigued to know more about the dead Palestinian (suspecting that my state might have had something to do with it) so I went on Google and on the "studio 360" site I found this: "Finally, at our live show last month, Australian musician/comedian Tim Minchin performed a Christmas song that he wrote for his daughter. The ironies of modern Christmas are rich material for Minchin’s satirical eye (he has “all the usual objections” to “the westernization of a dead Palestinian press-ganged into selling Playstations and beer”), but if this tune doesn’t move you, you’re due for a visit from the Ghost of Christmas Past. This view on the line linked it directly to the ironies of modern Christmas, and that made the coin drop. You perceive Jesus as Palestinian. Personally I think that if Jesus existed and was asked to his nationality, or because the concept wasn’t invented yet, what people does he belong to, he would answer that he is a member of the Jewish people. My hypothesis is that there are 2 reasons which would prevent you from thinking of Jesus as a dead Jew and not a dead Palestinian: 1. You don’t believe in religion and therefore you wouldn’t want to characterize someone according to it. Geographic location seems more objective and correct 2. You don’t see contradiction with someone being a Palestinian and a Jew. But both these reasons are wrong because the word Jewish which comes from the word Judaism which comes from the word Judea, was never just about religion, it has always been also about being part of a people, and the name Palestine is not just a geographical location, today It is also part and parcel of a nation. In fact at the time that Jesus lived (supposedly) the geographical area of his residence was known in the wide world of the roman empire as the province of Judea, named after the last kingdom of the Jewish people (supposedly) hence the coin made by the empire with the words "Judea Capta" – Judea captured – after the Romans won the battle against the Judean (feel free to call them Jewish) rebels. My point is that calling Jesus (Ye'shu'ah in Hebrew, which means salvation) a Palestinian is not only ignoring my people's history and right to be acknowledged as a people and not just a religion it is also wrong from the objective POV. Since the geographical term at the time was named after the Judean people, and considering the struggle between the Palestinian people and the Judean people over this area today, calling him Palestinian is simply not objective. And when you understand the concepts of Palestinian and Jewish as dealing with Peoples (or in our days' lingo – nations) and not with religions or geographical areas, than you understand why it is also contradictory for Jesus to be a Jewish Palestinian. If you are still reading, I would just like to share with you my final thoughts. I can imagine that this letter has made you think that I am in some way a closed minded person. Maybe not by my own fault but in some way I'm missing the more important things in life. I can completely understand this thought. Your song "white wine" was about love, and about how love and the opportunity to demonstrate it to your family in Christmas is much more important than all the other silly things about the holiday – especially the story behind it. And what do I do? I write 2 pages about the line relating to the story. I hope you can understand that the reason I am writing this is the love to my family. Because conceptions like Jesus being a Palestinian and not a Jew/Judean are indirectly but effectively influencing my family's chances of ever living in peace with neighbors who see them as a people that belong in the land and not as foreign implants that deserve uprooting. Sincerely, and with much respect and appreciation, Yair Biran P.S This letter was not written for the forum, so apologies if its too long... Just wanted to get it out there somehow, after all that writing.

T. Finland on Monday, 23 January 2012

Hi Tim! I see you´ve been asked to perform in Norway and Sweden, I think it is something you should consider. And while you are at it, why not swing by Finland? You´re an inspiration in many ways!

charlotte smith on Monday, 23 January 2012

hi tim Just getting tickets for uderbelly- london for my birthday cant wait to see you!!!! LOVE YOU!! xxx Charlotte

Elizabeth on Monday, 23 January 2012

Bugger, bugger, bugger. In September I was on here saying how excited I was that I would be coming to see you in Melbourne in Feb. but sadly (very sadly) I left it far too bloody late to book and now it is sold out and I am not coming after all. Can you write a song about me in my despair? Or put on an extra show just for me? Surely that's not too much to ask is it? Or perhaps I could just lie in wait outside the Palais and kidnap you on your way in. I'm sure kidnapping's in the same league as stalking. I've never done it before but it can't be that hard can it? Please email me your measurements so I can plan my attack.

michael carson on Sunday, 22 January 2012

Tim Canada needs you! Please come quickly to save us from dangerous cross-border memes and the like. If you don't stop in New Brunswick I'll understand but, if you don't come to eastern Canada soon all is lost. Love you work as do the many who I've led to your videos online. We'll be waiting with copious quantities of wine and maple syrup!

Philippa on Sunday, 22 January 2012

Hi Tim!! Being a huge fan, I have finally bought and watched the brilliant documentary on you, 'Rock n Roll Nerd' - you and your wife are so inspiring! I cried 7 times and welled up another 2... Hey, any chance of backing singers on a future tour? I sing with the MSO Chorus, and why should the orchestra have all the fun?! Love you Tim! Philippa.x P.S. Thank you for growing and straightening your hair!!

Carrie on Saturday, 21 January 2012

I wanted to tell you that your work is amazing. You've inspired me to be more confident with music and try to get better at piano. Your lyrics are honest, intelligent and hilarious, and your piano playing is second to none. Thank you for showcasing your brilliance because it makes my life worth living. p.s. come to Scotland asap! x

Jen on Saturday, 21 January 2012

Would like to second Harry H's sentiments, come to NZ! It's just across the water... and those of us still in Chch need some cheering up!

Harry H on Friday, 20 January 2012

Tim , get to New Zealand. That is an order. I promise to give you cookies AND a wine if you do. I've been a great fan & admirer of yours for years and I am disappointed that I haven't been able to have the honor of seeing and hearing you play live NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND!

Hannah on Thursday, 19 January 2012

Hi Tim, I first saw you live in Southampton two years ago and have just come back from seeing Matilda! Bravo! Fantastic performance with a really witty script and hilarious lyrics. I keep finding myself singing it! It's quite addictive! Just a thought along with Matilda my favourite book growing up was a book called Harry and the Wrinkles. Don't suppose there is any chance of it getting the Minchin Magic :) http://www.amazon.co.uk/Harry-Wrinklies-Alan-Temperley/dp/0439978378/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1326999485&sr=8-2 Can't wait for your next UK tour!

Liz on Thursday, 19 January 2012

Yes, Tim, you'll soon be in Sydney - YIPPEE! I want to thank you for making me a hero in the eyes of my three nephews. I gave them tickets to your concert for Christmas and now they realise they are like gold. They are in their twenties and have yet to see you live - but now feel like they have won the lottery, with uni friends all so jealous they can see you at the State Theatre. My husband and I will be there too of course - with a grin from ear to ear!

Sam on Thursday, 19 January 2012

I scored tickets for your Brisbane show and I haven't been able to stop thinking about it. I'll be the tall bearded one with the abnormally long face next to the slightly g*nger fellow.

Sunday on Thursday, 19 January 2012

Tim you make me proud to be an atheist! I love you. :D

Sunday on Thursday, 19 January 2012

Tim you make me proud to be an atheist!

Sunday on Thursday, 19 January 2012

Haha! Look above ^^ that must be quite confusing saying sunday on Thursday. Hey look! Im the first person to EVA post a comment on your guestbook on thursday 19th january 2012! Just to clear things up, my name is Sunday (yes I'm a girl) and Tim I think you should wright a song about private schools! I go to one (no comment) (lol). Or would that just cause like political fights, and you to get bad reviews and get depressed? Ok, maybe that's a bad idea! But you could probably get away with it!- Sunday xx

Sunday on Thursday, 19 January 2012

Oh my god! Can I bring you cookies? That would just be like, a dream come true! Or dejarvous. (I can't spell ok! I'm only 13!) love Sunday xx

Sunday on Thursday, 19 January 2012

Tim I'm a thirteen year-old girl and I absutley love you!! I stay up till like 2:00 am every night watching you on YouTube. Anyway you probably know your a Rock God (in capitals), but I was wondering if you have any gigs coming up in London 2012 that aren't sold out, and I've heard you meet some of your fans after the gig. I've been saving up for a train fare etc For London and a ticket to see you but it would honestly the most AMAZING thing if I could meet you!! Honestly I would NOT shut up for the rest of that week!! And I was wondering, do you think you could sign a canvas bag for me? I think your a bloody genius and I aspire to you so much! I'm not joking, but whenever ( this may sound gay, but ohwell. Not hat being gay is a bad thing!!) I feel like giving up or something's to hard, I look at a picture of you on my phone and YOU give me the strength to carry on! I think I might make a shrine for you!!!- love Sunday xx

I'm not a stalker....honestly.....by the way, you need to trim your hedge, I can't see your window clearly from in here. on Thursday, 19 January 2012

Tim, could you please play Download this year? Please? Pleasepleasepleasepleaseplease??? PLEEEEEEEEASE??????? You know...if you're not busy.....^_^

Sam on Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Karen, I have just seen your comment - 'Thank you God' is on Tim's latest DVD and also on his CD, so you can either watch or listen that way. I can't count the number of times we have replayed the DVD and it brings joy and laughter every time. I was actually surprised at how inexpensive it was to buy out here in Australia, considering the enormous effort that went into the production. Tim must be the least commercial performer I have ever heard of - so much of his stuff is free on YouTube and it isn't even very expensive to go to his concerts (especially when they are such great value for money), so we have to allow him to keep at least something to sell..... It only seems fair.

Karen on Wednesday, 18 January 2012

I went to your show when you were in Cork. Just wondering, could you post "Thank You God" on your youtube channel? Loved it and would love to here it again. Of course, all the usual stuff about you being amazingly talented and an excellent song writer and lyricist applies here too, though I doubt there's any need to reiterate it all since it's been written so many times before.

Felix on Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Hi! I am a thirteen-year-old girl and I am a huge fan of your work. You make me proud to be an atheist and a pianist (length MUST have a limit haha) and I thank my Mom everyday for showing me Storm which, thanks to youtube, got me into your other amazing pieces of work. You are my favorite artist and comedian and I simply love everything about you. Anyways, I would like to know if you are ever going to do a show in rural New York, or just in New York. And I've heard on your main stalker page, Angry (Feet) Forum that you also meet your fans after the show which excites me very much because to go to one of your shows is number oneon my bucket list and if I actually got to meet you it would make me so happy. Anyways, thanks for reading my rant that is mostly on how amazing you are. Bye!

Darren on Tuesday, 17 January 2012

I must be a blasted fool to discover your incredible genius so late. As a fellow playwright, musician, and I can say it, "ginger", I came across your YouTube performance during a search on Google just today. It was Brilliant! As I watched and listened to more of your performances online, I was amazed at your blend of intellectual comedy, amazing artistry on the piano and superb command of the stage. I hope to see your live show soon, perhaps at the rally in D.C., and I look forward to catching "Matilda..." next time I'm in the U.K. Please, don't stop what you are doing. You are a an icon for the logical-minded, and yes, for us gingers too.

Sans Deity on Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Tim, would love to see you in New Jersey!

Simon on Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Hey Tim...you're an absolute legend! Motherf-in' brilliant! Just wondered if you'd ever like to play to a..smaller..more personal audience near me? :P Would LOVE to see one of your shows! Especially loving your Woody Allen Jesus!

Laura on Tuesday, 17 January 2012

You definately need more shows in Aus!

Juliette Kay on Monday, 16 January 2012

TIMMMMmmmmmm, Oh I so want to go to your gig in Sydney!!! Devastated its sold out!! Stood in a crowded tent at the Leeds Festival(2011) to see you perform, unfortunately I was standing near a drunkin pom who pissed in his beer cup after he had finished consuming his beverage. So glad he dropped it on the ground instead of pegging it across the crowd!!! What are they like!!! lol Anyways, if you scrounge around and find a ticket floating about somewhere give him to me!!!!! I'd love/need/want to see you vs the Sydney Symphony Orchestra at the State Theatre in Feb. Promise i haven't picked up any bad English habits like pissing in ones cup n throwing over the crowd... mwah hahaha Massive love Juliette x

Katie Cliss on Monday, 16 January 2012

Went to see Matilda a couple of days before Christmas and it totally exceeded expectations. As a lover of Roald Dahl, musical theatre, and of course Tim Minchin, I can honestly say it was the best show I have ever seen! (and trust me, I've been to a fair few haha) SO AMAZING. The soundtrack CD is still constantly being played. My Minchin adoration has reached new heights, which I thought impossible.

Phewohng on Monday, 16 January 2012

Do you ever sing your old songs from SIT in concerts?

Emanuelle Colado on Monday, 16 January 2012

Hello Tim, My name is Emanuelle,I'm from Brazil and i'm your fan :) How are you? I would say that I admire your work, I think you very funny and talented. My dream is that you come to Brazil, and answer me. I really like you very much. My favorite song is: Prejudice. Continue with this talent and charisma that you have and gives us. Thank you. Kisses :*

Emanuelle on Monday, 16 January 2012

Hello Tim, My name is Emanuelle and I'm from Brazil. I would say that I admire your work, I think you very funny and talented. My dream is that you come to Brazil, and answer me. I really like you very much. My favorite song is: Prejudice. Continue with this talent and charisma that you have and gives us. Thank you. Kisses.

Jane Malick-Nugent on Monday, 16 January 2012

I believe that it was a year ago when I first learned of Tim Minchin while watching Conan on American T.V. He sang "Inflatable You" and he had me at;"She has all the holes real girls have got plus one for the air" (hoping that's accurate). So, two blissful concerts, two DVDs and several CDs later I am loving this man so much more than I ever could have imagined. My reason for this particular post? I have just heard Timmy the Dog and I do not understand why it wasn't a huge hit.This CD is wonderful and each time I listen to it I appreciate it more...just like my feelings for Tim.

Gillian Read on Sunday, 15 January 2012

Love your work..I posted your WoodyAllenJesus on my fb page followed by Steve Hughes' Offended (so what.. nothing happens) I'm looking forward to seeing your show in Sydney.A friend of mine in the US wants to know when you'll be getting to Iowa (seriously)

Felix on Sunday, 15 January 2012

I am a thirteen-year-old girl who is in love with your work (and you). You are amazing and make me proud to be an atheist (as I am the only girl in my school who is an atheist, in my knowledge anyways).You are so amazing and so funny and I want to know if you are ever coming to New York (if so, hopefully the rural part) so that I can meet you because you are so amazing! -Felix

ann marie coyle, martyn coyle,john cooke,alex holt on Sunday, 15 January 2012

hi i think you are truly amazing and how you cum up with your material is fab. me n my 2 sons and my oldest sons mate wud love to see you live. i have notice that you were at the metro radio arena in 2010 and wud love to know if you are cumin bak (hope so) as this wud be easier for us than london. we particularly like the following songs the pope song,racisim,white wine in the sun but our fav has to be dark side. please cum bak up to newcastle n perform at metro radio arena again.

Janine on Sunday, 15 January 2012

So thrilled to secure tickets for your Brisbane show and obviously can't wait.We'll be the 'restricted view' (RV) seats, and therefore we are looking forward to 'hearing' you. Really! Since watching your SSO gig on TV (just a few times?? Bless Austar Record) my family has branded me as 'obsessed', a claim that is totally unsubstantiated. Just because I wander about the house humming your songs does not constitute obsession? Seriously entertaining (you, not my family) as well as thought- provoking. Keep on provoking, and thanks for making me laugh. A lot.

Luke on Saturday, 14 January 2012

I've been a big fan for ages and wanted to say that you're doing an awesome job putting a bit more stand-up into your routine :) It helps a wider range of people connect with it and not make too many wrong interpretations. Keep up the awesome work!!

Nick on Saturday, 14 January 2012

Tim! I actually love your work! Your a genius, your an amazing musician, and your awesome! I'm definitely coming to see you live :D

Sue A on Saturday, 14 January 2012

This week, I went to see Matilda for the second time in a month. It is nothing less than brilliant, life-enhancing and amazing. I loved every second (both times) and just wanted to tell you that. 'When I grow up' is now going round and round in my head, but in a good way. Thanks so much for your creativity.

nix on Saturday, 14 January 2012

you. your piano. sweden. like, right now!

Ruth McLaughlin on Saturday, 14 January 2012

Love love love you!!!! Your stuff is soooo funny and sooo fucking original!!! Really really wanna see you live!!! So does my fiancé! New fiancé, I proposed to him just after midnight on Christmas day. We have a Nickleback song we would love for our first dance, tho I have agreed to 'Inflatable You' on the condition (and I know there's no chance so I get my way lol!!) that you sing it live after the wedding lol!!! On a serious note, can't wait to come and see you live! My 1yr girl is laughing at you as I write this and falls asleep to 'Lullaby' lol!! Anyway, love you and your material. Love to your gorgeous family xxxxx

Helena Guerrero on Thursday, 12 January 2012

Dear Tim: I am a huge fan of yours, I flew to LA just to see you and it was so wonderful, me and my friends, who I took with me loved your show. I just got your DVD Rock'n'roll Nerd, since I live in the US and is not released here ( yet) I ordered from the UK, it is such a wonderful DVD, I hope you release it here someday. You made me cry and laugh again. Sara is such an incredible and strong woman, you guys are so lucky to have each other. I really, really enjoyed the DVD. My love to you and Sara and your family....I can't wait to see you again , hopefully in SF next time :) I'm waiting anxiously for So F**king Rock from the UK too, anyday soon!

Nuno Miguel on Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Hello Tim, i just found out about your acts yesterday and i love it, i hope you get the attention you deserve. Did you ever been in Portugal or are you planning to? I hope you do, you'll not make much money here but we're glad to have you. I'm very glad i found you. Much Love

Linda on Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Hi Tim we have tickets to your concert in StKilda on the 7th Feb. Finally we get to see you in person. Glad your comming back to Aussie. See you then

Simon on Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Hey Tim , come and see us lot at the white horse at witcham , we already got west country boy who has been on Russel Howards' Good News , come to think about it we could tie it up with the world pea shoot championship , re , Russel Howard , I am sure we could meet your fee and maybe a little extra too (we will have a whip round) and we can help to keep filling you up with wine . All the best and keep at it fella , you are the beat thing to happen for comedy and music since sex and cigarettes ,,, Simon

Brett on Tuesday, 10 January 2012

You're a legend! Your Confessions song is epic! A lyrical genius .. it does get into your head and you every so often sing it to yourself and laugh. Keep up the awesome work!

Michael Aye on Monday, 9 January 2012

Dear Tim, I just can't get enough of your Rock'n Roll nerd and just wanted to let you know that I put this brilliant rhapsody right next to my other 2 favorite rock'n roll rhapsodies. (I'm guessing THE one I don't need to name, the other one I really love is 'Music was my first love'). So congratulations, you made it! ;) (Even so, to be honest, you will forever ask yourself if it wasn't because of the Stairways at the end, won't ya? :-D) All the best for 2012!

Osmar on Monday, 9 January 2012

Hello Tim! My name is Osmar and I am a big fan from Brazil. It was a nice surprise to find you on YouTube (not a YouTube Lament) - LOL. You are amazing. I hope to see you here someday. Congratulations. Long life for your wonderful work. God DOES NOT bless you. - LOL (part 2).

Conni on Sunday, 8 January 2012

Hi there, I already had the chance to see you live in Dublin, we had a great night out :D But it would be great to have you here in Germany soon! Keep on rocking!

Linda on Sunday, 8 January 2012

Hi! You are probably not going to read this, but I'm leaving a message here anyway... just to leave a message and say hi! Also wanted to say thank you, thank you for being who you are and doing what you do. Your songs and shows makes me laugh and smile every time! And I listen/watch them almost daily. Need my daily dose of Tim. It really would have been amazing to see you live sometime, so if you ever get a chance to maybe come to Norway, or close to Norway, DO IT! Cause Norway is beautiful, and then you would make my dream come true! Still love you if you don't though, Linda.

the law on Sunday, 8 January 2012

dear tim, you are so fucking rock i cant get enough of u tho i do like everything a ten foot cock and a few hundred virgins is what still remains to be my favorite. from mr. Lee Anthony Wisson Macclesfield and btw come to the buxton opera house

Ghislaine on Saturday, 7 January 2012

Tim! If I were you.. I would come preform at the Netherlands, for sure! So think about it and I'll be sitting there frontrow to watch you when you're in the Netherlands! Greets, Ghislaine

nic walmsley on Saturday, 7 January 2012

hey!! my mum and i just got a ticket to your brisbane show, we r so excited and cant wait. i thought it was sold out, because it says - SOLD OUT - lol, but lucky for me it wasnt :P so anyway, as it turns out you and your orchestra dont have to come to me, ill be making the drive from out west, down my beloved moonie highway .... :/ can we buy back stage passes?? i havent seen any info about back stage passes being available,if there is a link somewhere, please tell me, lol. i will do some further stalking in the mean time to see what i can find out about it. cant wait till the 28th. safe travels. :) xo

Wes on Saturday, 7 January 2012

Hey Tim!! WE NEEEEEEEEED YOU UP IN CANADA!!!! that is all. Cheers :)

emma on Friday, 6 January 2012

Hi tim, my name is emma and i am your #1 fan. I found out about you by an advert on a side of the bus. Do you have any dvd's and cd's out and where can i get them. You make me laugh, love ur song about jonathan's wife. It is hilarious and saw you on the royal variety show loved it.

Emily on Thursday, 5 January 2012

Hi Tim my name is Emily an i live in the UK. I reccently bought your new DVD and i just want to say that i think that is is AMAZING! I have been following your work for sometime now and i think you abserloutely halarious and that you should do TV more often. My favorite poem of yours is 'STORM' this is because it is cleverly worded and the point of the whole poem is spot on. I think you are an articulated truth on legs and I will be following your work from now on! Thank You for just being you.

Jarrad on Thursday, 5 January 2012

Hey Tim I'm 16 I live in Australia. I'd just like to say I have recently been getting into the whole singing thing, due to the support of my sister who say I have alright natural talent, and I'd just like to say that your a big inspiration to me and I love a few of your songs. Hope you have an awesome time touring in Australia in Jan-Feb, I wish I was aware that you were touring here before every venue near me sold out, haha, oh well.

Lisa on Thursday, 5 January 2012

Damn you and your popularity Minchin. I've managed to find myself without Sydney tickets, and because of such rabid popularity, there is not a single one a'floggin on ebay. It's not my fault either. I was sunning myself on an island in the south pacific and missed the sale date. There, that should rouse some sympathy. I'll be at each performance in cursing, spitting spirit. :)

JaniM on Thursday, 5 January 2012

I just recently found about your album Sit with Timmy the Dog band and wondered is there any way that those songs like 18 year old lesbian could be found in the Internets? And is there any plans to see you perform in Finland? I have been playing with idea of a message ringtone for my phone loosely based on your song Not Perfect. Something on the lines of "This is my phone, it has messages..." keep being awesome :)

David Bruce on Thursday, 5 January 2012

Sir I have only been recently introduced to your work. I am in awe of the talent that you have. Your insight and wit are inspiring to me. You do certainly make me smile. I am so pleased that someone who is a free thinker has gained exposure in mainstream entertainment. I believe that you are one of the seeds of peace in this world of ours. If you can make just a few people question the validity of the myths that they have been taught for so long, perhaps as a species we can look past antiquated cultural differences, and move forward. Cheers

Alice Micklethwaite on Thursday, 5 January 2012

I went to see Matilda this evening and it was INCREDIBLE!!! I am a huge fan of yours and I was blown away by how amazing it was! You are a seriously talented musician and I applaud you! I would love to meet you and just ruffle your hair :) Love Alice :D x

Melissa Deal on Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Hey, have just read about the Jonathan Ross nonsense... made me angry! I'm an RS teacher (who's unusually NOT about preaching religion to them I hasten to add!) and spend every day grappling with the concept of questioning and being open-minded enough to listen, challenge and make up their own minds in an INFORMED manner, and it really grates on me that stuff like this happens! Whatever happened to freedom of expression?! How religious people can expect religious tolerance to ever happen if we don't have tolerance of challenging/questioning religion is beyond me... I honestly can't decide if atheist zealots or religious zealots are worse! All c***ts in my opinion! Anyway... I shall be reading your writing about this and playing the song (which is again another brilliant one from you!) to my GCSE classes this week... as I think it's a travesty it got cut! So thanks for providing me with what I expect will be a good discussion lesson this week! Also - was chuffed to hear profits from White Wine in the Sun are going to the NAS, worked with that charity a lot and it does such good work, good choice :)

Niamh O'Reilly on Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Hi Tim i think you are amazing! Im sure you have heard the saying "too good to mention" However, you are to good to Minchin!! Hope you came to Ireland soon. xx

lisa on Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Hey, Tim :) new fan here, I don't really have much interesting to say but I just wanted to tell you how unbelievably talented and amazing you are. I know you're probably getting sick of hearing it from all your crazy fans but I've been watching your youtube videos on repeat for long, probably unhealthy periods of time and I've never been to one of your shows before but hopefully when you come back to Scotland that can be solved! Love :)

Melanie Mace on Wednesday, 4 January 2012

hahaha hello your newest stalker just wants to say HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3 sorry i truly adore your work you are like if you combined jesus chuck norris and the entire band of queen <3 if i could i would book you to play at my sometime in the distant future wedding

Jeroen Aarts on Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Pleas Tim come to The Netherlands!!! You're a genius!! We would love to see you here in Holland!!

Dougie on Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Hey, I know it's probably a little late, but I only found out now, but well done with the Storm video. Well done, from someone of, to put it diplomatically, very little skill in video making. But for what it's worth, among the sea of adoring (and sometimes, weirdly stalker-ish) fans, good job. P.S. Just to let you know, not all the world either hate your work or are literally throwing themselves at you. Some of us just appreciate your genius and boldness to say what others wont :). Keep having fun with your work, and if it becomes boring, take the royalties and run. Doug :D P.S. (Again) thanks for reading this far. Have a cookie.

Dan on Monday, 2 January 2012

Hey tim, been following your work now for a few years now and I must say your music just gets better and better. The mixture of humour, wit and elegance in your song writing amazes me ( great piano playing too). Keep up the good work, dan.

Laura on Monday, 2 January 2012

Hey tim, i'm a big fan of your work, i believe you hear that alot, but you inspire me, your music is somewhat beautiful and obviously humour filled. Whenever i have had a bad day i watch your dvd's listen to my ipod and everythings in a better perspective. I'm in foster care and sometimes life can be hard but your comedy yet realistic veiws on the world allow my opinion to change, and i love and will carry on loving your work :) please reply to me

Emma on Monday, 2 January 2012

Hi, its me again. Yeh, the girl who tweeted you a little too much on new years eve.. Just thought i would say happy new year seen as you dont want to tweet your top stalker back. @emma_minchin TWEET ME!!!!

Drew on Monday, 2 January 2012

Hiya just really wanted to say thank you as a carer for my wife who suffers from M.E and fibromyalgia times can be a little tough her her but every time she sees you on television or we watch your DVD's she always smiles and does what little dancing she can manage from her bed :) thankyou again for bringing a little happiness to us whilst we deal with day to day life you truly brighten up the world

Clare on Sunday, 1 January 2012

I'm just one of those that wants to say 'hi', so 'hi!'. I also love your songs and have just bought one of your cds. Despite your wild (but lovable!) appearance, your songs are sensitive, subtle, and touching. I love the sentiments of Not Perfect and the Christmas song, which turned my heart into soft butter when I first heard them. Happy new year.

Martin on Sunday, 1 January 2012

Hello! I heard in one of your shows you mentioned your child being from an orphanage in Moldova! Me and 7 more youths from Sweden was in Moldova about a month ago, helping children in orphanages that had been the victim of trafficing! We were in Chisinau and Ivancea, visiting the orphanages of "C.R.A.C". From which village/city did you adopt? Was it one of the CRACs orphanages? Please answer to me on my e-mail, this is really important to me and my friends. Love your songs and standups, Martin

rini6 on Sunday, 1 January 2012

Let me add to the chorus of those who love your work. It's so refreshing to hear someone who literally celebrates a secular perspective and I have a weakness for clever lyrics. One complaint, I don't see any dates in the U.S. on your calender. We are still here and we are not a theocracy...yet. So get here while you can! :-) BTW - you have no right both playing the piano and singing with so much skill and at the same time.

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