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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

Kerry on Wednesday, 30 October 2013

I've talked myself out of writing this a few times because you already receive so much affirmation, all of which will be more eloquent than mine. But I've given it a go and this is the first time I've felt compelled to put figurative pen to paper to someone I don't know! My reason for acting out of character is seeing you in JCS earlier this month. Your performance genuinely took my breath away as a brooding, frustrated, at times intimidating and is it ok to add rather sexy Judas? You communicated every emotion through your voice and expressions - not easy in such a large venue I'm sure. Like you I grew up listening to the original sound track but I'd never seen a production live. I found your original take on the phrasing and inflection renewed my love of the piece. As a result I spent a rainy Saturday afternoon recently on YouTube watching your work which at different turns made me roar with laughter but also really think. I particularly loved storm which is brilliant. Really hope to see you live if you are planning any uk gigs and would like to think you may even give judas another outing some day. You may never read this but I wanted to say thanks for a great theatrical experience anyway x

Jaime on Wednesday, 30 October 2013

F sharp is fun, oringinal and very difficult to perform. Prejudice is kind of a metaphore of how silly society is when referring to cotidianity, and love the puns with "ginger" (a whovian like me). Watching your shows (youtube helps a lot) make me feel like talent is hidden somewhere and it's our job to find it, with hard work, dedication, way long hours under a lightbulb improving ourselves, our skills (our kung fu). Thanks for sharing your talent with us, and never stop creating

Marni on Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Hope you are well, Maitre, and that someday we will be able to see you live at Venue Cymru in Llandudno, north Wales. I am now banned from singing or even humming 'Thank You God' in our house due to the song's diabolical hook which can insert itself for days... so just to say how much pleasure you and your work have given since I discovered you last year. Oh, and any possibility you might someday consider writing 'Atheism: The Musical'? Wishing you & yours all the best, long may you prosper xox

Bjarte on Tuesday, 29 October 2013

I would realy love to see you live sometimes. Just realized that i'm propably gay, or at least homosexual. Please come to Norway soon, please. Do you realy enjoy the rubix cube too? Do you have many flowers at home? Would you consider Newton or Gaus the greater genious, if some fellow nerd were to ask? Is my english ok, taking the fact that i barely got a 4 (6 is best) in english at highschool into consideration?

Jayne on Saturday, 26 October 2013

Tim Minchin the man who rocked my world - discovered you in JCS and I think I'm in love with you...

Irie (NOT A GIRL!) on Friday, 25 October 2013

Me and my best friend are 13 and both love your music. keep on making more hilarious music please.

Christina on Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Hey Tim! I'm right in the middle of the process of getting to know your work and just wanted to tell you that 1) I'm amazed by your talent and 2) that freakin "only a ginger can call another ginger ginger" thing has been stuck in my head for days. I've been walking around singing just that because I can't seem to be able to memorise the rest of the thing. (Apart from the "just like only a ninja can sneak up on another ninja" of course, which by the way is one of my favourite lyrics ever!) It's frustrating to me and irritating to the people that have to listen to me all day. So, thank you for that. Wherever you are, I hope you're having a great day. Big kisses from Greece.

Charlotte on Wednesday, 23 October 2013

hi Tim! I just needed to say that you are so fucking awesome! And really my inspiration to play piano. I have so much respect for you. I love your songs and your sense of humor! Please come to the Netherlands one day!=) Keep rocking xx

Cindy on Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Tim,sorry that you weren't able to get to perform (or attend) the concert in California this past weekend, but I'm sure you enjoyed a well-deserved free weekend at home with family. Hopefully you'll make it to Toronto sometime soon with no visa fuck-ups.

Euan Cowan on Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Hi! I am 15 and decided to learn to play piano about 4 years ago because of your music. First song I ever learned was Not Perfect:-)! Gutted I never got the chance to go to JCS when it was here (Scotland) but will try to see you in the (not too distant) future. I love all your music and comedic insights! From your fanboy Euan. PS love how the website feels very personal and you take the time to write in it yourself.

Amy Louise on Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Wow, I went to see Jesus Christ Superstar in Liverpool, and I can honestly say it was the most incredible experience I have ever had. Everyone was fantastic, but Tim, your performance was beyond words. I love you! You're so talented! I was heart broken I didn't get to meet you, I would do anything to meet you. Currently watching Heritage Orchestra and it cracks me up every time. Yours lovingly, crazy fan girl! Amy <3

Shirley on Saturday, 19 October 2013

Wow, fantastic weblog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you mae running a blog look easy. The full look of your site is great, aas neatly as the content!

Dom on Friday, 18 October 2013

I'm 42 and just found your stuff on youtube after reading your Guardian interview.I'd just like to say Wow.Thanks for doing what you do.Fantastic.

Carolyn Floyd on Friday, 18 October 2013

Please come to Canada!!!! I just discovered you online and I'm now Gingerspired, you have opened a whole new reality for me! Thank you so much for essentially bringing a stop to my mundane existence of desperately trying to figure out this thing called life....now I cannot get enough of your twisted-yet-shockingly-true take on things. I have lived such a sheltered life obviously if I am just now discovering your talented insights. I think you would enjoy us Canadians....there would be an enormous amount of potential gig/stage material to be gained by visiting Canada, as we are a unique bunch of Canucks, to say the least. (Even just our name,"Canucks" could be a gold mine for your mind to manipulate.) Our vast country is strikingly different from province to province, each with it's own quirks, so much so that it feels like one has travelled to different CONTINENTS, as opposed to just different provinces,still within the Canuck borders. From our East Coast to our West coast, I'm sure you could sell out venues everywhere, should you decided to do a Canadian tour.....I guarantee you will benefit greatly in the "definitely save material for future use" category....we love being the butt end of humor!

Miranda on Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Tim! Happy belated birthday! I love love love your work, and you, and please keep at it. Watching you is a nice way to stutter through my turgid existence. Also, please visit Canada next time you have a chance, I would adore to see you play live and we have some nice places you could visit, nice things you can see, and terribly nice people to meet. I look forward to following your career! All the best :)

Andrea on Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Hi! I follow you from Italy, just wanted to let you know that I think you're awesome and i LOVE your songs!

Andrea on Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Hi! I follow you from Italy, just wanted to let you know I think you're awesome and i LOVE your songs!

Amy on Tuesday, 15 October 2013

I adore you! If you ever come and perform in my country I'll be right there, in the front row!

George Pullar on Tuesday, 15 October 2013

I have seen your performances before. But just watchedyour f.... rock . I have to say your are so talented... be cool see ya live at some point... wicked :)

Elizabeth Yashadhana on Sunday, 13 October 2013

Hi Tim, My partner and I just saw the Arena production of JC Superstar at the O2 tonight. Just wanted to say that it was fantastic. We absolutely loved the production and particularly you as Judas. It was well worth the wait!!! Well done and thank you for your incredible talent. Matilda is on the list of things to see now. Liz and Zane

Jessie on Sunday, 13 October 2013

Dear Tim!!! You are the best Judas ever!!! You sound amazing live, your voice is soooo charming! what a mesmorising performance, you true superstar! I'm sorry that your vocals on JCS dvd was auto-tuned, how wrong and rude the producers done.. f*-g bastards

Julie on Sunday, 13 October 2013

Don't have the vocabulary to say what I wanna say so will just make it short and sweet. Love your work, your songs make me think, laugh, sometimes cry and sing along. Saw you recently in JCS in Newcastle, the show was magnificent, overflowing with talent and you were a magnificent Judas - mesmerising! Thank you muchly.

Julie on Sunday, 13 October 2013

Love your work, you talented Tim, your songs make me think, laugh and sing along. Recently saw you in JCS in Newcastle, the show was awesome, overflowing with talent and you were a magnificent Judas - mesmerising! Thank you muchly!

Kelly on Saturday, 12 October 2013

My oldest brother came over 2day, for me 2 cut his hair & was telling me about how hilarious & talented u r. He had found 1 of ur shows on Showtime & was amazed by how awesome u sing, how hilarious u r as a comedian & how talented a pianist u r! So after I cut his hair, we looked up ur show at the Albert Hall. Tim, now I AM hooked as well!! That show was & u were AMAZING!! :-) U r such a comedic genius, the way u articulate ur words & ur revelations of the world is beyond mind blowing! I absolutely love u & ur style!! Keep doing what u do!! ;-)

Vie on Saturday, 12 October 2013

I can only hope you'll even see this... I literally lack the language to properly describe how your work makes me feel. Might have something to do with my having bipolar disorder and being a lousy musician, I don't know. Saying that I think you are utterly amazing feels like damning with faint praise. My dad showed me "Prejudice" a long time ago and I started scouring YouTube immediately; I was hooked. You're hilarious, intelligent, and deep, and your songwriting and musical skill are breathtaking. I rented a stream of JCS from Amazon and ordered the DVD five minutes after I finished it. I regret that I'm poor and living in New York, because seeing you live as Judas would be beyond thrilling. Just watching on my laptop screen was epic. So. Yeah. This doesn't really say what I wanted to say, because I don't really know how, but I had to say *something*, so I did my best. Thank you for existing.

Janet G on Saturday, 12 October 2013

that should read DON"T believe in evolution!!!

Janet G on Saturday, 12 October 2013

90% of all Americans believe in evolution? Seriously? Perhaps I live in my own little world or maybe I just choose NOT to surround myself that 90% . However, when I meet somebody new and find them interesting enough to consider as a friend my first question is not" Do you believe in evolution or not? Because if you do, I don't want to be your friend" ' I haven't found it works that way. It just sort of happens. The only one I hang around with that DOES believe in evolution is my sister in law and she drives me fuckin nuts. But as they say " you choose your friends but you can't choose your relatives" Any way , I love your work but I just didn't want you to think all Americans are THAT stupid! Funny thing that maybe ties in here. A few years back my husband and I traveled in the UK and we were always taken as Canadian or Australian or something but never American. Now, I think we sound as American as apple pie in our accent but who knows? That is from the inside looking out. Cheers and please come back( to Seattle I hope) JG

Jennie on Friday, 11 October 2013

Dear Doc Tim, I wish I had 5% of your talent... would make my day! (and a life!) Congratulations on your achievements to date, you are awesome, and I love you! :)

Minna Karhu on Friday, 11 October 2013

Hello! I just wanted to know if you´re coming to Finland. I think you are fantastic. I really love your song ginger, it was really funny. Olet ihana! Greetings from a natural born red hair =)

Carolyn Hardy-Asfour on Friday, 11 October 2013

On a rainy evening about a month ago, I was sitting home when I found myself typing into the search engine of youtube, which is not a strange event by any means, what was strange is what I was typing "fuck the poor" not an everyday search title for me but considering I had just had a semi heated and frustrating political discussion (argument) as the other party of the conversation was a total fucking red neck gun toting bible thumping just another pimple on the ass of society kinda guy (I wont tell you how I really felt) Any who, expecting to be popped over to some GOP crap, I couldn’t believe a video came up with that title, of course curiosity peaked, I had to watch and I knew in an instant, I simply had to hear more. By the time I finished the video parade and reading about "Matilda" I knew I was hooked. One question puzzled me however, why was I only hearing of you now? Could I really have been so out of touch with the arts & leisure section of my news paper? As much as I figure, you had been performing for several years and that I should have seen something. Quickly searching my mind for some remnant of a memory of experienced art, not to make it seem like so much time has passed since I‘ve…..been out there, awe yes there’s one "pluck" The Armenian dance company, No, wait, that was in Amman Jordan, to long ago, there must be something else, Yes! the last Opera I attended with my gay boyfriend "Turandot" (Gay boyfriends are required in the state of Oregon when attending the Opera, as the straight men here do not usually indulge or wear capes) oh crap, I've done nothing even close to feeding my love of theater, dance, music, art, etc. EEK! How could this have happened? Only one way to fix that, I immediately popped out for a theater rag. You’re probably tired of talking about the older stuff , tired of hearing how brilliant your comedic timing is, but remember, its all new to me. So please forgive the extremely late compliments ……. "You're awesome, You rock, Fuck the pope…" (rock and roll fist gesture pumping in the air ) Trying to be part of this technological era that we live in (I’m failing miserably) I opened my twitter account, again (never used it the first time) I tried to send you a cool birthday wish as I to am an October baby and couldn’t figure out if I sent it correctly suddenly realizing again….. I'm not cool. I cant figure out twitter (even with the help text) How does one fucking RT? so I did what any Novus would do, and decided that, choosing to follow some of the people “twitter” thought I would like, (seeing as I drew a blank to all the names of those who have made me laugh in the past. ) I just hope this blank slate is from the cold I am fighting and not the cause of age. (heavy internal sigh as I realize my birthday is Saturday) Bad enough my best friend asked if I would like to attend a Bingo game on the big day, a Bingo game? Am I turning 70? Fuck no, I want to go to the casino and gamble and wear flirty clothes and have 3 glasses of wine instead of the 1 every 3 months or so and then be in bed by 11or 11:30, after all it is a special day. (Oh look at that , I had a side rant, good for me) Back on subject. There are a few I recognized, which are the classics of my generation growing up (70's-80's) like Steve Martin, who by the way just played a gig in Bend with the Portland Symphony Orchestra about a week ago. (yep, I missed that to) So as I find you on FaceBook (again trying to be cool) I think I said something like "Hey, come to Portland and play a gig, we have great wine" only to find out a smidge later that you have already been to Portland and many of the other west coast cities, another fail on my part. So by now I'm thinking, geez…. I'm a dork. I related to Rock and Roll Nerd, as I am sure many do, as my teenage friends were listening to "KISS" I was perfecting a killer lip sync in the mirror, of Captain and Tennille’s “muskrat love“ I was sooooo cool, thank the music Gods it wasn’t long before I heard a little band called QUEEN, the greatest rock and roll band ever! I could go into a trance with most of Freddie’s songs, he was just what I needed as I had always loved classical music, Freddie made it hip. He let me realize there is no shape that music cant mold to, if that makes any sense at all, And now you to shape it even further. I made sure classical music was a constant for my son and I am tickled to say when he was a lad, we would crank it up in the car on the way to the beach (Peter & the wolf is a great one)and he still loves it to this day and I love to watch him in his tattooed covered arms, air conducting, as his children dance about, then he throws some metal on. I'll never forget my summer I spent in London, it was wonderful, I was about 23. I had a little apartment on Queens way, My first love (whom I met at 18) was attending the Royal Military academy, He's a General now (not important ,just thought I'd mention it) Listening to the way you talk about your wife Sarah, it reminds me of that amazing love. I plan on making it back to London and when I do, I would hope you are somewhere near performing. However, if you have moved back to Australia by then, my friend Tom who lives on gold coast says he would happily be my personal GPS. Yeah, me! Your song “canvas bags” could be a mantra for Portland, plastic bags cannot be used by stores at all in the Portland metro area, which is a great start, the next item that needs to go are those plastic circle things that hold soda 4 & 6 pack cans together, yea, those horrible things need to go. The sound track to Matilda, is simply amazing, I find my self singing along and feeling every word, although I do need to stop visualizing it, as I am driving. Its a gift to be shared with my grandchildren. when it comes to music, you Mr. Minchin are my new favorite. As I continued watching more about you, Suddenly, there it was "JCS" and oh how I wanted to go, but with the Government shut down, I cant even get my passport renewed, my fault for letting it lapse I know, with no chance for me to see you play Judas live, I will have to settle for the DVD. The clip I had seen online brought tears to my eyes and gave me goose bumps, I can only imagine the power of the performance in a live show. Californication, I actually watched the first season when it started, then life happened again and I found myself moving to Oklahoma for 18 months for a career shift, I never watched to much television so the show had left my mind. So pulling up season 6 and encountering Atticus Fetch, a character that I felt sad for , yet made me laugh like milk was coming out of my nose. Stumbling across the characters you have played was like peeling a banana and finding an orange, you are full of surprises. "White wine in the sun" made me cry, still does when I hear it, it took me back to the time I mentioned earlier when I moved to Oklahoma for work, I had never been away from my granddaughter, the first 2 years of her life I was with her everyday, baby sitting while mom and dad were at work. I was miserable. Even though there were visits in between, it wasn’t enough and I felt I was missing out. So as soon as I found out that my grandson was on the way, I packed my car and drove home to Oregon.  so excited to see what path they will choose. I know I will make sure they are able to enjoy the arts, your children are lucky, they get to LIVE with the arts (you). In my 49 years, this is the only letter I have felt compelled to write to an artist, as long as you don’t count the time I was 6 and wrote a song for Mac Davis, which I couldn’t figure out how to get it to him. So for this reason, today I am liking technology, or at least I hope I can figure how to us it.  Listening to your occasional address speech was inspirational, reminding me of my days as a youth and wanting to be so many things from a concert pianist to a pro tennis player, I didn’t want to pick just one, and with all the desires in between, I still managed to end up inside a cubical for 15 years. I always wondered who came up with 9-5 (besides Dolly Parton) 5 days a week concept? Now that I have been retired for about a month, I have this time to explore new paths. Your speech helped Me to decide that I’ll finish writing one of the 5 books I started . So to end this letter, let me just say, thank you Mr. Minchin, thank you, thank you, thank you. You mentioned that requests for your speech transcript was making you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, Let me just say, that is how your music and acting makes me feel. Looking forward to all the future magical moments you will grace us with. If you ever land back this way, I extend and open invitation to you and yours of good food, good conversation and a lovely glass of wine. again, many thanks. Sincerely, Carolyn Hardy-Asfour

Tim on Friday, 11 October 2013

Hey Tim, it's Tim! Happy belated birthday! My wife just recently discovered you thanks to youtube and we have been busy the past week catching up on all of your fabulous songs and comedy that we unfortunately were unaware of until now. You are superbly talented! I hope you will be doing a round of live shows in the United States sometime in the near future so we will have a chance to see you live! Also, you did a wonderful job on the music and lyrics to the Matilda musical! My wife and I hope to catch a performance of that as well if it travels around the country. Keep up the fantastic work! Now I'm going back to searching for more of your songs! :)

Ruben on Thursday, 10 October 2013

Hey Tim, cheers from Spain! Yeah, no kidding, you do have fans here (actually I just recently discovered your stuff, thanks internet!) and we will be spreading the word around for sure. Anyway, I just wanted to say hi and let you know how much I love your songs and comedy. Maybe someday you'll be able to make a show here in Spain where people actually understand what you're singing about (English in here, right...). But hey, if that doesn't happen, maybe you can just come for dinner or something. So.. yeah, keep on rocking man, I hope I can someday see your stuff live. Byes!

Rachel Bonser on Thursday, 10 October 2013

Hey Tim! Just to say that you were actually amazing in JCS in Cardiff on Tuesday! You did an amazing job and it was like the role was written for you. Thank you for a fantastic evening, and was wondering when will you be coming to Pembrokeshire? I think you're wonderful and so talented so just carry on doing what you do! Xx

Amie J on Thursday, 10 October 2013

Tim, thank you so much!! I have never seen JCS before and you being in it prompted me to go, your performance was incredible (I wasn't happy at you dying but was thrilled to see you alive again(not you, Judas but..)) and I would love to go again! Well done to, not only you, but the whole cast and production team! Amie x

Amie on Thursday, 10 October 2013

Tim, thank you so much, I have never seen JCS before and you being in it prompted me to go, your performance was incredible (I wasn't happy at you dying but was thrilled to see you alive again(not you, Judas but..)) and I would love to go again! Well done to, not only you, but the whole cast and production team! Amie x

James on Thursday, 10 October 2013

Happy belated... regarding your cookie comment... like those in Dublin, if you have a chance to come to Boston, we'll bring your favorite cookies! Love your work.

Danny on Thursday, 10 October 2013

Hey Tim. just watched your doco. absolutely great. up there with believe by Eddie Izzard. thanks heaps! really appreciated by wanna be comedians :)

Laura Watson on Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Hey Tim :) Just wanted to say I saw you in Leeds on Friday night (at the arena as Judas, not through peering through your hotel window or anything weird) and thought you were amazing. I also really really want to see Matilda the musical - it was my all time favourite childhood film and book. I love your songs and agree with your views on stuff like religion and whatnot. You are also the only ginger guy I think is attractive (as a ginger myself I can call you that). And as you were, I have also been with my boyfriend since I was 17 (expect you were with a girl, and I'm only 20 so that's not quite as impressive). I also bake ALOT so would definitely bring you cookies if I actually knew you. Which I don't. Anyways, you are amazing :) Laura xxx

Minnie on Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Dear Doc Tim! Your depiction of Judas is beyond awesome, how incredible and effortless! Genious! Your acting style clearly was shaped from years of stage music performances - it's very distinct from 'traditional' actors. Just wow! Do you get in trouble from other actors for constantly stealing every show??? Luv, M. (happy past birthday, hope you had a wonderful day!)

Bea Rena (Germany) on Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Dedicated to the fabulous Tim Minchin Ginger Crush(ed) He grew on me like a tumor And spread like malignant melanoma He invaded my heart didn’t stop at my brain Now I am on the Dark Side, it’s pretty insane No sense for my work, sleep or proper nutrition Can somebody help me to cure my condition? So hear/here what’s happened: While preparing for my specialist examination Should admit I suffer from procrastination Blame youtube, Wikipedia und google for that I came across this witty ginger surfing the net Long backcombed hair, tight pants, make-up – A girl ? No, he’s from Australia - you know their inversely swirl A bright Rock N Roll Nerd, barefoot pianist Draws from every genre of music and gives it his own twist This gifted writer, comedian and vocalist Who’s rocking my laptop. And I have to insist He is also an actor, weird self-hairstylist, Musical star, science fan, out-spoken atheist Sometimes a bit rude but a sentimentalist This charming musician I cannot resist And his melodies will get so stuck in your head You can’t stop humming his songs, that’s what’s driving me mad And after my research on the world wide net I like him on facebook and stalk him on twitter And passionately share him. Is there a threat? It sounds a bit creepy but I couldn’t quit there. My folks all got one of his musical DVDs The Kids like Matilda, the old JFC(s) I give advice to my patients quoting his doctoral speech And try to quit smoking, a goal worth investing to reach Sent my new-parents mates the link to his Lullaby Distribute Canvas Bags at the market – Yes, I give it a try! Present his film “Storm” at our homeopathy ward And sing at our chapel The Pope Song, good Lord! Even dyed my hair so I could call him a ginger I should stop this right now. I don’t want to injure Phil D., folks I care for, myself, him or you It just gets out of hands. I sit on The Fence here and think I am not a writer, never had such intention And my English’s quite bad so I might be misconstrued But is there help? Any acute crisis intervention When you fall on the internet for a well re(a)d bearded dude? Should I add a note for him? Maybe? Well, yes I will What are the chances he reads it, but still. It’s filed under (pronounce like Mendel’s) P.S. Dear Doctor Tim Minchin, Nice to get your attention Do you like my poem or is it just Cheese? .. so either way you are going to like it ;) Happy Birthday XOXO

Bea Rena (Germany) on Monday, 7 October 2013

Dedicated to the fabulous Tim Minchin Ginger Crush(ed) He grew on me like a tumor And spread like malignant melanoma He invaded my heart didn’t stop at my brain Now I am on the Dark Side, it’s pretty insane No sense for my work, sleep or proper nutrition Can somebody help me to cure my condition? So hear/here what’s happened: While preparing for my specialist examination Should admitt I suffer from procrastination Blame youtube, Wikipedia und google for that I came across this witty ginger surfing the net Long backcombed hair, tight pants, make-up – A girl ? No, he’s from Australia - you know their inversely swirl A bright Rock N Roll Nerd, barefoot pianist Draws from every genere of music and gives it a twist This gifted writer, comedian and vocalist Who’s rocking my laptop. And I have to insist He is also an actor, weird self-hairstylist, Musical star, science fan, out-spoken atheist Sometimes a bit rude but a sentimentalist This charming musician I cannot resist And his melodies will get so stuck in your head You can’t stop humming his songs, that’s what’s driving me mad And after my research on the world wide net I like him on facebook and stalk him on twitter And passionately share him. Is there a threat? It sounds a bit creepy but I couldn’t quit there. My folks all got one of his musical DVDs The Kids like Matilda, the old JFC(s) I give advice to my patients quoting his doctoral speech Think I should stop smoking, that’s worth investing to reach Sent my new-parents mates the link to his Lullaby Distribute Canvas Bags at the market – Yes, I give it a try! Present his film “Storm” at our homeopathy ward And sing at our chapel The Pope Song, good Lord! Even dyed my hair so I could call him a ginger I should stop this right now. I don’t want to injure Phil D., folks I care for, myself, him or you It just gets out of hands. I sit on The Fence here and think I am not a writer, never had such intention And my English’s quite bad so I might be misconstrued But is there help? Any acute crisis intervention When you fall on the internet for a well re(a)d bearded dude? Should I add a note for him? Maybe? Well, yes I will What are the chances he reads it, but still. It’s filed under (pronounce like Mendel’s) P.S. Dear Doctor Tim Minchin, Nice to get your attention Do you like my poem or is it just Cheese? .. so either way you are going to like it ;) XOXO Bea Rena

Bea Rena (Germany) on Monday, 7 October 2013

Dedicated to the fabulous Tim Minchin Ginger Crush(ed) He grew on me like a tumor And spread like malignant melanoma He invaded my heart didn’t stop at my brain Now I am on the Dark Side, it’s pretty insane No sense for my work, sleep or proper nutrition Can somebody help me to cure my condition? So hear/here what’s happened: While preparing for my specialist examination Should admitt I suffer from procrastination Blame youtube, Wikipedia und google for that I came across this witty ginger surfing the net Long backcombed hair, tight pants, make-up – A girl ? No, he’s from Australia - you know their inversely swirl A bright Rock N Roll Nerd, barefoot pianist Draws from every genere of music and gives it a twist This gifted writer, comedian and vocalist Who’s rocking my laptop. And I have to insist He is also an actor, weird self-hairstylist, Musical star, science fan, out-spoken atheist Sometimes a bit rude but a sentimentalist This charming musician I cannot resist And his melodies will get so stuck in your head You can’t stop humming his songs, that’s what’s driving me mad And after my research on the world wide net I like him on facebook and stalk him on twitter And passionatly share him. Is there a threat? It sounds a bit creepy but I couldn’t quit there. My folks all got one of his musical DVDs The Kids like Matilda, the old JFC(s) I give advice to my patients quoting his doctoral speech Think I should stop smoking, that’s worth investing to reach Sent my new-parents mates the link to his Lullaby Distribute Canvas Bags at the market – Yes, I give it a try! Present his film “Storm” at our homeopathy ward And sing at our chapel The Pope Song, good Lord! Even dyed my hair so I could call him a ginger I should stop this right now. I don’t want to injure Phil D., folks I care for, myself, him or you It just gets out of hands. I sit on The Fence here and think I am not a writer, never had such intention And my English’s quite bad so I might be misconstrued But is there help? Any acute crisis intervention When you fall on the internet for a well re(a)d bearded dude? Should I add a note for him? Maybe? Well, yes I will What are the chances he reads it, but still. It’s filed under (pronounce like Mendel’s) P.S. Dear Doctor Tim Minchin, Nice to get your attention Do you like my poem or is it just Cheese? .. so either way you are going to like it ;) XOXO Bea Rena

Debbie on Monday, 7 October 2013

Happy Birthday Tim ! Wishing you all the best and congrats on all you have achieved so far... you are a genius x

Cindy on Monday, 7 October 2013

Happy b/d Tim -- hope it's a great day and your family does wonderful things for you!

CIndy on Monday, 7 October 2013

Happy b/d Tim -- hope your family does wonderful things for you today!

Christina on Monday, 7 October 2013

Happy Birthday Dear Tim! :) We love you! How will you celebrate the day? All the best wishes, C.

Anna on Monday, 7 October 2013

HAPPY Birthday Mr Tim Minchin!!! :) You ginger-gorgeous and insanely talented! I'm baking ginger (spice) cookies... come over for a cuppa. Lots of luv from Dublin

Thais on Monday, 7 October 2013

Happy birthday, dear Tim. I really love your comedy and your talent.

Ryan on Friday, 4 October 2013

Will you, or have you yet, attend/ed the atheist mega-church? I enjoy your ideas and would therefore like your opinion of it. I'm part Catholic and part atheist so I find this church to be quite intriguing. Fuck you, I can agree with two conflicting ideas simultaneously. I'm not Catholic though, I totally lied about that bit. Cheers!

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