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Charlotte on Sunday, 29 April 2007

You are rather awesome (and actually deserving of the true sense of that word, not the constantly thrown around, meaningless sense of the word.) Your last gig at the Melb Comedy Festival was fanTASTIC and I am still in...er...awe. Thank you for signing my badge. You rock.

Smoky on Sunday, 29 April 2007

Tim is my new god. (not that there was an old one.) that is a truism.MAS

The Red Witch on Saturday, 28 April 2007

Sarah, trust me, when Tim sings a serious song ALWAYS bring tissues. I can't watch Hallelujah without weeping. And it's all Tim. At Midnight Lullabies he did this amazing song that I can't remember the name of... just broke my heart. Then Fiona O'Loughlin did 'Danny Boy' and Queenie van de Zandt did 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow'. I spent the last half an hour in floods of tears, borrowing tissues. However, in the case of a certain Elvis Presley song, bring contraception. 'a little less conversation, a little more action please' Yvette you are a wonder...

*Sarah* on Saturday, 28 April 2007

I just made a big mistake. I went to watch Hallelujah again, cos I missed it. It turns out that, even when I think I'm strong and composed, it still makes me cry a bit. I'm not sure if this indicates that you are an amazing singer who gives a really emotional performance, or whether it shows my emotional wellbeing isn't entirely intact. I like to think it's the former :) If you ever decide to do an impromptu serious song, and I happen to be there, could you give me some warning so I can hunt down a big box of tissues, just in case?!

Nini on Wednesday, 25 April 2007

I had one night only to indulge in the Melbourne Comedy Festival this year, after pissing thousands away on the thing in previous years. Better the devil you know, I figured, so once again I saw Tim Minchin, and I'm glad I did. I shouted a Minchin virgin, who is now a disciple also. Afterwards we stood on the balcony of the Town Hall bar as if possessed, quietly chanting "take your canvas bags, take your canvas bags..." I thought the show was an improvement on last year's - all the new material was great, the keyboard work was mind-blowing. Love the pathos of the failed rock star song. How ironic that you'll probably wind up becoming the very thing you're now the antithesis of. I also think you handled the accidental black-out very well. Evan Dando would've thrown a tanty and stormed off-stage. But you were a true professional, and fully entitled to drop the C word. Why don't you team up with Ben Folds and churn out a mega-hit? That I would LOVE to see. Next year, Tim, you'll be playing Rod Laver Arena and it'll still be sold out. You're the most exciting act I've seen in years. Good luck with the BBC thing. Just don't ever get half-arsed about your live shows and phone in your performances like so many successful comics do at the festival. Somehow I suspect that won't happen, because you have more talent in your little finger than any of the 'big names' at the festival. Tim is God? Well, he's my god. In fact I'm going outside right now to shit that all over my flatmate's Gemini. Nah, second thoughts - I'll get her cat to do it.

Kirsty on Tuesday, 24 April 2007

I'm not easy to offend. But I'm offended by the "forcedsixe" spam. Just... ugh. *idly waves wand which is powerless here*

forcedsixe on Tuesday, 24 April 2007

Hello all

Caroline on Monday, 23 April 2007

Hello Moonfire, Welcome. I can't write anthing short either. Except for after I met Timmy for the first time when I just wrote 'thank-you' on his myspace page. Timmy that song that you did at midnight lullabies was amazing, I spent the last half an hour holding my breath with wonder and then crying my eyes out. What was the name of the song again?? If I can't get hold of you singing it, I at least want to hear someone, anyone sing it! Kirsty and Hannah and Sarah are all Estatic with their pressies - thanks for letting me be the messenger. Hannah and Kirsty know perfectly well that the t-shirts are gifts from God. Thanks once again. I will try to bring less bags next time but I'm not promising anything. - C xxx

Alex on Monday, 23 April 2007

Thank You

Moonfire on Monday, 23 April 2007

Just re-discovered you (after seeing you do the Tickled Pink gig and really wishing I'd noted you're name down!) Me and my husband just can't stop listening to you on YouTube and telling pretty much everyone we see that you rock! I hope to see you this side of the world soon, I will definitely be trying to get tickets to wherever you end up. Liverpool would be good - hint hint! Thanks for actually proving that there are still some good comedians out there, you have a great voice and .. well, I'm just horrifically jealous of your musical talent in general! **wonders why she can never just write something short and to the point**

Emma Seal on Sunday, 22 April 2007

love your comedy and piano playing. Havent heard anyone as good as you for a long time.

HelloWorld on Friday, 20 April 2007

Peace people We love you

dbg on Friday, 20 April 2007

test based spam. mmmmmmm tasty.

Mexxda on Wednesday, 18 April 2007


Nathan on Wednesday, 18 April 2007

Hey Tim! Where can we get a mp3 of the Happy Little Africans song you performed at the Melbourne Comedy Festival this year?

*Sarah* on Monday, 16 April 2007

A beard could add to the butch lesbian theory. Though I think it would transport her from butch lesbian to freaky baby of the century.

Kirsty on Monday, 16 April 2007

I'm sure she's beautiful, she takes after her daddy. Unless she REALLY takes after him, beard and all.

*Sarah* on Monday, 16 April 2007

I think we need to see a new photo of Violet. I am intrigued by your interview on Nova 93.7, and now I want to see if she really is hideously butch, or if it's all lies and she's actually beautiful!

death by grammar on Monday, 16 April 2007

yes i do realize that, they need more of a mention, they are the silent heroes of this world.

Caroline on Monday, 16 April 2007

Ventilators=Fans *pissing myself* Yes I indeed spend too much time on msn with Kirsty

Kirsty on Monday, 16 April 2007

Dbg, you realise you just said hi to all his ventilators?

death by grammar on Monday, 16 April 2007

im just saying hello to all of tim's German fans hallo zu allen deutschen Ventilatoren des tim. Willkommens zu seinem wundervollen Ort der Versammlung kann ich einige Ihrer kühlen Hüte haben.

death by grammar on Monday, 16 April 2007

but its such pointless spam. im going to stay happy in my world where arch just enjoys tim minchin for things that don't need a great understanding of the English language. who knows, maybe tim has a huge German fan base?

Kirsty on Sunday, 15 April 2007

No, no, dbg, we can both be right. Yours is just a more literal translation. "Aufstellungsort" DOES mean "place of assembly", but it's used here to mean an online gathering place, like this website or this guestbook (which is why I wasn't sure which it was referring to). Either way, it's still spam. :-(

death by grammar on Sunday, 15 April 2007

i thought it said You must be a specialist - really good place of assembly, which you have but that was because i only want to prove kirsty wrong. anyway, hers sounds more likely. damn. grammar. fuck you altavista

Kirsty on Saturday, 14 April 2007

"arch" says: "You must be an expert - really good website* you have!" * (not literal translation, but that's what he meant, i guess. He could have just been referring to the guestbook.) Spam! In German!

arch on Saturday, 14 April 2007

Du musst ein Fachmann sein - wirklich guter Aufstellungsort, den du hast!

Karina on Saturday, 14 April 2007

Hey Timmy! My friends and I met you after your friday 13th show in Perth (by the way, the falling sandbag was genious). Remember me - Karina, red and black top, "celebrity sweat"? Fucking fantastic show, mate. I am so glad you performed 'Angry' and 'Dark Side'. Enjoy the rest of the tour :)

alex on Thursday, 12 April 2007

hi nice site.

Muzz on Thursday, 12 April 2007

Tim, shame you're not coming to Brisvegas this time round mate. Your work is deadset legendary. Even our 4yr old appreciates the song "Canvas Bags"!! Of course we watch the volume to ensure she doesn't learn some of lifes choicer words too early!!!

Hannah on Thursday, 12 April 2007

ALMOST, Kirsty, almost. But not. But nearly. *nod* What AM I talking about? I should go to bed instead of waffling on in an almost completely nonsensical manner on the internet.

Sarah on Wednesday, 11 April 2007

Caroline is right. That shirt looked f**king sexy! and your song made me laugh and smile. Especially the last line. I ditched karaoke last night just to watch it... A big sacrafice for me... but definately worth it!

Kirsty on Wednesday, 11 April 2007

Nice save, Hannah. You were almost sued then.

Hannah on Wednesday, 11 April 2007

*alleged paedophile

Hannah on Wednesday, 11 April 2007

But to be fair Kirsty, that particular paedophile does have association with Tim. Heh heh.

Kirsty on Wednesday, 11 April 2007

That quote of mine is completely out of context, Caroline! I said that about a completely different alleged paedophile!

Caroline on Wednesday, 11 April 2007

You were right Kirsty. If all the paedophiles were that good-looking the kids would never complain. I wouldn't have.

Kirsty on Wednesday, 11 April 2007

Following your latest Spicks and Specks appearance, your myspace fanbase has got so large that it has collapsed in on itself and imploded. Or something like that. Myspace is being a bastard, anyway. Which is why I'm posting this here, rather than there. Tim... you have been horrifically misquoted here: http://news.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=260293 "I took my first album, my only non-comic album, into record companies and they'd say, 'This is really good but we don't know what to do with you, one minute you're doing a song that's really serious and suddenly you have a song that says, 'my heart belongs to an eight-year-old lesbian', what's that about?'" Paedophile.

Caroline on Wednesday, 11 April 2007

LOVED YOU on Spicks and Specks!!!!! Sarah text me TWO minutes after the show ended - admirable restraint for her. Loved that you were so right about the multiple choice, loved the top you were wearing, you looked so bloody sexy, so sweet, so cute, so adorable, so kittenish!!!!!!! Yes, timmy looked like a kitten. You were AMAZING!!!!!! The song was so sweet... I um ... taped it with my phone...Kirsty just finished listening to it... *mas* Loved the ending 'and he's from New Zealand' and then you laugh. Love that laugh. I've written a blog about it on my myspace page filled with piccies from the show taken by my crappy camera. *Squeals louder than at the newsagency* Love you Love Caroline xxxxxxx

Hannah on Tuesday, 10 April 2007

Kirsty, drink juice is your answer to every ailment. But it may well work. So...yes. I'm not entirely sure what my point was, there.

Kirsty on Tuesday, 10 April 2007

Tim and Caroline... you both take care of your respective injuries. Rest yourselves. Um... drink juice? I'm glad accidentally injuring oneself is known as "doing a Timmy" rather than "doing a Kirsty".

Caroline *australian variety* on Tuesday, 10 April 2007

Dear Timmy, I've done a Timmy. This morning I was running up some steps outside and I wrenched my ankle :( It's better now but still sore. Funnily enough walking on it seems to make it feel better. Surprisingly still, I did not rip my tights??? Weird. The day has been vastly improved my being able to text Sarah and tell her everything. We gush to each other about you. Hope you are well and your toe is feeling better. Paws is right - wave it at a doctor. You should have had it x-rayed by now! Kirsty, wake up, some mothering is desperately required. I loving getting Kirsty to nag and mother you. It makes me laugh *on high cos met Russell Howard on Sunday night - very cute* Can't wait to see you in melbourne. I think I'm down to single digits.... You will be as well if you don't go to the doctor... Tell me, do you have health insurance (my sales targets are killing me)? Lots of Love Caroline xxxxxxxx ps. I can't write short messages, I just caaaan't.... sorry

*Sarah* on Monday, 9 April 2007

Awwww yay, well done on becoming an Aunt! Hope your sister and the baby are ok :)

Sybil on Monday, 9 April 2007

I think Tim should commission some research into this to find out if there is a market for comedy songs to accompany labour! And BTW - little girl, 7.5 pounds in old money born on Easter Sunday...

*Sarah* on Wednesday, 4 April 2007

I wonder if Tim would induce braxton hicks, even if you weren't even pregnant? There was a man after the Tunbridge Wells show who told Tim he laughed so much, he almost gave birth to something. I think this may go towards evidence for Tim bringing on false labour. I'd be very distressed if this happened to me. There's a huge leap between having aching cheeks and almost giving birth. Usually.

Sybil on Wednesday, 4 April 2007

Dear Tim, Saw your shows in Adelaide (Laughapooloza and So f*cking rock). Took my sister (who was overdue to pop) to your last night and I'm here to tell you convulsive laughter doesn't trigger labour.. but apparently helped with the braxton hicks!! Brilliant. Thank you!!

Caroline *the australian variety* on Tuesday, 3 April 2007

*Makes note to self* Bring food Friday for Sarah. And something nice for Blake. Hello Timmy....16 days....Woo Hoo!!!!!!

Jerzy on Monday, 2 April 2007

Life at the site!! *waits patiently for a new post from Tim* Oh and M... just read your story. So along with funny, warm, friendly and loyal... we're adding creepy to the list of fan assets? Just curious.. I'm working on my creepy face now. *waggles eyebrows a few times but fails to look ominous or creepy.. but more like a confused terrier*

Sarah on Monday, 2 April 2007

I'm not toooo scary REALLY!!!... I won't bite you I promise.... Maybe.... but, I would like it if you throw me some food.

George on Monday, 2 April 2007

Just saw you on the dig. Never have i got straight up and gone to the computer for more info...Bravo. Your style reminded me of my own endevour exept you have tallent. out. I do sum hip hop[ for fun but i write accoustic folk for my passion of music. Peace

Australian Caroline on Monday, 2 April 2007

Dear Kirsty and Blake, Thanks so much for the information. I will keep it in mind. Okay don't drool, run, make any sudden movements, feed her (sounds like the plot of gremlins). Remember to toss things on ground to distr.... ahhhhhhhh stop typing you fool she can see your fingers moving........ Timmy, please sing, play, do something, anything, to distract her....... I'll let you all know how it goes if I survive. No Sarah, really we weren't talking about you...honestly ;)

Blake on Monday, 2 April 2007

Dont drool on her arm.... she'll latch on to you if you do.

Kirsty on Monday, 2 April 2007

Tips on encountering a #1 Fan... - Remain calm and avoid sudden movements. - If you spot a fan and the fan is unaware of you, detour quickly and quietly away. - Never run from a fan. Running may elicit a chase from an otherwise non-aggressive fan, and since they can run faster than 30 mph, you have no chance of outrunning them. - Never feed or toss food to a fan. - Throw something onto the ground (like a camera) if the fan pursues you, as it may be distracted by this and allow you to escape. Hope this helps!

Australian Caroline on Sunday, 1 April 2007

Dear Timmy, It's the 2nd of April....... 18 days to go!!!!!!! Woo Hoo 4 days till I see Sarah and Blake YAY! ;) Any tips on meeting the No. 1 Minchin? Caroline xxxx

Curtain on floor on Sunday, 1 April 2007

*cuddles guinea-pig close* God, that gives those words a whole other meaning... Tim. you evil evil man... ...kidding! *hugs?*

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