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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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Cindy Minchin on Friday, 29 February 2008

I never seen anyone but a relative with my last name. I love the theater. I think it's great someone with the same last name as me is a star. Peace.

John Garrett on Friday, 29 February 2008

Ello, Tim! I absolutely lov your music. Not only is it funny but it is really nice to listen to. I would love to go an see you in concert, but I can't right now... Plus I am not sure if I could control myself... I would be too afraid of throwin my boxers on stage... Thanks Tim, You are a seriously awesome musician. Much love!

Caitlyn L on Wednesday, 27 February 2008

You sir, are a musical genius. I would enjoy it if you would enlighten the enchanted mitten...er...some city in Michigan, perhaps a small town. Of course when Michigan is mentioned most people automatically think "COME TO DETROIT" please, I beg of you, do not, I repeat, do not come to Detroit. However, if that is what it takes for you to come and humble an audience with your "kickassednessesque" well then...I guess Detroit is where you should...ROCK ON!!! Well. Thanks for your sharp humor, and time consuming music that I deeply enjoy...it provokes the mind. =]

emie on Tuesday, 26 February 2008

I WANT TO BE ON YOU! hehe you are a genius! i ask you very humbly to come to the UK so i can jizz on ur face! please! will bake u cookies and also introduce you to my grandma! shes a lovely whispy hair'd lady i think you may like her! go on you know you want tooooooooo - fucking legend!

Michael on Tuesday, 26 February 2008

Hey, i think ur amazing, ur lyrics are great and ingenious, the songs are catchy and you have an awesome voice, keep up the abslutely amazing work!

Sally on Monday, 25 February 2008

Just wanted to say that the WSPA gig was amazing last night! I was chuckling to myself all day remembering 'Bears don't dig on dancing' and rob ince getting attacked by the miniature Bailey. thanks for a great night and good luck with the new york run :-)

nikki on Monday, 25 February 2008

omg i saw you last night- i made all my friends listen to you on my ipod on the train, what a great night!!! thanks!!

Ian on Monday, 25 February 2008

Seeing you and Bill Bailey perform together last night was awesome. It was enough to have my two fave comedians at the same venue let alone perform an all new song together. Thanks!

WSPA on Monday, 25 February 2008

Mr Tim, saw you last night at the WSPA gig, still have "bears don't dig on dancing" in my head.. good times, PS I couldn't remember your name when telling people how funny you are so i described you as a blonde, aussie Robert Smith look-a-like who's damm good on the piano! You and Bill should tour together!

Lucyy on Friday, 22 February 2008

Hello Tim. You're probably actually the funniest man I think I know. Maybe you should do a gig in Southampton, its only a small place..but you know :) x

Matt Seery on Thursday, 21 February 2008

This new site is awesome! Tim for President!

Sybil on Wednesday, 20 February 2008

Category theory. That's all I'm saying. s xxx

K on Tuesday, 19 February 2008

Aah Timmy. Saw this on the blogs and thought of you :) http://books.guardian.co.uk/reviews/scienceandnature/0,,2255242,00.html Hic.

Jaxx on Tuesday, 19 February 2008

I'm a bit slow of the mark, but the FAQ page looks wonderful :)

Steph. on Monday, 18 February 2008

Tim/Timothy means 'honouring God' and is of Creek origin. "Tim is magnetic and seductive, He is one of a kind, He has a great objective interest in people, He is capable of outrageous behaviour".... etc. This is none more so evident in the BRILLIANT Tim Minchin.Your work is amazing because it's unique and has no bounds. There are no restrictions on you because people have the option of not listening if they don't want to. I don't think anyone will ever fully understand you, but they will understand your work, and when it's all over you'll be remembered for centuries to come.

Imimiwob on Sunday, 17 February 2008

Ken's snore was searchingly normal as peaceful steel, this American demi moore nude naked looked like Marilyn Monroe, but acted like a spatter star, uncertainly after ringing on theatrical of her, he could atone her softness, the nude russian porn of her thighs, the perspiring sex stories only in her belly, and the noooooooooooo of her fifth breasts! Me strikingly on the britney spears crotch shot you tube lauging a nap, and behaving at the voices snuffed on my wrists.

HiLLy on Saturday, 16 February 2008

i heart u.

Peett on Friday, 15 February 2008

Your son not perfect should be one of the downloads as i can't get any album where i live and it's the most anti-depressing song ever thanks Tim.

Scott on Friday, 15 February 2008

Eh! Well, hello...Just a fleeting comment to say you rule! :) I mean, although this comment may be insignificant in itself, one can never feel to happy and give to many compliments! Have a nice day! :)

ANNAWAITS on Friday, 15 February 2008

Aw, I was hoping to officiate. (I wasn't really, I just like the word officiate) AW x

Linzy on Thursday, 14 February 2008

Have I ever told you that I like you? I like you more than I like Kirsty anyway - she cancelled our wedding, the bitch.

alena on Thursday, 14 February 2008

i wanna know which of the questions on the FAQ page you consider to be frequently asked and which get classed as fucking annoying. :P heehee

Anna Pawnington on Thursday, 14 February 2008


*Sarah* on Thursday, 14 February 2008

Damn me and my bloody common name. There really is some sort of homing instinct towards Tim, built into all those named Sarah. The lunacy of it all. Tim, I'm proud to see Kent mentioned on your FAQ page, especially since it means that someone other than myself has requested your presence there. I don't think I ever even requested your presence, I just assumed you'd find yourself there in the end. And you did, you good man.

Sar on Thursday, 14 February 2008

Sarah (10th Feb), you're way right. It's not surprising though, since it was a Sarah who started the trend. And no, I'm actually not (entirely) talking about myself here... but rather Tim's lovely wife :-). I shall furthermore address myself as Sar (Pronounced much like the first syllable of Sarah except with a slight elongated air sound) on Tim's website.

kate on Tuesday, 12 February 2008

hello hello you lovely man! i'm seriously hoping that the dvd you made in sydney works on english computers, because i was at the show it was filmed at. we were travelling, it was our last night in sydney and we went to see you entirely on a whim, ended up being moved from the back of the back to bang in front of the stage gazing with incredulity and admiration and ended up in seizures of laughter. thankyou very very much! hope you do some gigs in england soon, rock on! kxx

Syb on Tuesday, 12 February 2008

Rylando - go to http://www.angry-feet.com/forum/ and ask someone nicely and you should be able to get it... It's worth it. (Hi timmy. Hope that's ok to mention?) xxx

Rylando on Tuesday, 12 February 2008

To Katherine: Wheredya get Sit from? I cant find it anywhere! Please help

katherine on Tuesday, 12 February 2008

oh, one more thing. blood on the keys? what, pray tell, have you been doing to yourself? (sorry for the double post, folks)

katherine on Tuesday, 12 February 2008

while listening to 'Sit' the other day, something seemed to strike me. who is rob? was he a guy you know or did you make him up? ...confused. once again, keep up the great work :)

Scrye The Mindless on Monday, 11 February 2008

Well first I must say you have been the shinning beacon of hope in my otherwise very dull day knowing I'm not the only twisted person who shows light on the darker things in life. Anyway loved your review on Donnie Darko and I too hope those Jews get there act together and form peace, honestly how could you not like your neigbors when they refuse to eat a pig aswell?

Vicky! on Monday, 11 February 2008

Yes indeed I would like to know where in London you live, as I must live somewhere near you!!!(jumping between somewhere in north london and somewhere in south london).Cookies all round!:D

The DazMan on Monday, 11 February 2008

Shall we eat some drugged chicken with our shirts on while playing piano because we didn't learn guitar, Shall we write songs in third person to seem less self obsessed; but we are, Should we keep writing songs, that which one day will rock their asses Should we be icons for the disenfranchised masses I know it's crazy, it is almost absurd I know it's crazy, but we are Rock and Roll Nerds...

Sarah on Sunday, 10 February 2008

...Is it just me or is there a serious over representaion of 'sarah's' that are tim minchin fans??

Debbie on Saturday, 9 February 2008

Hey from a person in South Devon - saw a clip of you in the Handbag website and you are quite beguiling - saw the My country / my body clip and kind of connected with it - in a stilted English way you know - splendid stuff. More ??? yea if your up for it my good man!

*Sarah* on Friday, 8 February 2008

I'm thinking of making some cookies on Monday. I just really fancy them recently. I won't be able to bring them to your house (partly because I don't know its location, and partly because I just won't), but I shall eat one in your honour. And then I shall scoff the rest like the greedy pig that I am. Yum yum. x

Nic on Thursday, 7 February 2008

Hi Tim. 'Not Perfect' made my day today, even through a crappy emotionally bereft pixelly computer screen. And not just for the comedy either- It touched something of the little bit of insecurity lurking underneath all my happy chappy bravado, and if not fixed it, made it a little better. You're a lot more than just a comedian. Thanks.

dan on Wednesday, 6 February 2008

Do you prefer tasty or cheddar cheese? And what are your thoughts on the spork? (spoon and fork in one)

Nasi on Tuesday, 5 February 2008

Your an inspriration dude, Fucking Rock on!

AnnaWaits on Monday, 4 February 2008

Buzzy - you're part of MinchinMythology now. I wasn't even there and I've heard about you :)

Vee on Monday, 4 February 2008

saw you for the first time at the EDI gig on Friday...amazing! When're you coming back? hurry back..theres a piano with your name (and dna) on it just waiting...

Inflatable Girl on Monday, 4 February 2008

Hi - saw the show on Friday in Edinburgh and it was as good as ever...but think it is about time for some new material as I can sing the words of Canvas Bags and Inflatable You off by heart since I saw you perform last year down in Exeter and bought the CD...come back soon with some new stuff please!

Buzzy on Monday, 4 February 2008

Hi Tim, Front-Bottom Girl here (really, it's me). Just to apologise for the weakness of my somewhat pickled bladder and to let you know how much you rocked and how impressed I am by your superb piano skills and wordsmithery. I am totally converted to the Way of Tim - thank you!!

Ry on Monday, 4 February 2008

Tim, YOU are so cool. Mum wishes she could play piano like you. You are so funny.

eatURmusic on Sunday, 3 February 2008

WOO!!! TIM!!! Tour in America!!

Siobhan on Sunday, 3 February 2008

holymoley. you are dedicated to making strangers laugh no matter what the cost huh? mentalist! i hope you can walk ok... your edinburgh show was excellent. yepyep. i feel cookies could be provided purely in the form of get-well-soon-styli goodies, tho grooming people older than myself and getting their home address whilst tempting them with cookies is something i veer away from doing generally speaking. errrr.... hohum. go easy, o mangled one!

Maddie on Sunday, 3 February 2008

Tim, you were amazing at Edinburgh on Friday! We defied the health and safety people, left our not-great-view seats and sat on the stairs in the dress circle where we had a perfect view! You absoultely brought the house down, everyone loved it! Happy Days! :) xx

Teri on Sunday, 3 February 2008

HAHAHA i just read that comment below me I REALLY don't think Tim looks like Klaus Kinski! Klaus' face.. is... well you know. I just don't think so!

RICHARD ANND KAREN on Saturday, 2 February 2008

just have to say ,we're just back from your show in Glasgow and it was REMARKABLE!!!! DO IT AGAIN TIM ,DO IT AGAIN ?!

John Lloyd on Saturday, 2 February 2008

Hello Tim Hopefully you'll forgive this puerile/facile observation, but ever since we saw you perform at the mighty Beck Theatre back in October, I have had the feeling that you reminded of someone else. Now I'm watching Doctor Zhivago and seeing Klaus Kinski declaring that he was the "only free man on this train" has finally answered the nagging question. You appear to be a double for Kostoyed, as played by the manic Klaus in this amazing film. Was this a deliberate modelling, or simply accidental? Incidentally, we are all big fans of you since that night in West London, and we all are careful to use our canvas bags when we go shopping. Looking forward to the next local-ish gig... Also, we were disappointed that you were so cruelly edited in the recent Buzzcocks - they gave you so little time, compared to the inconsequential James Lance. Your time will come.

Sarah & John on Saturday, 2 February 2008

Inflatable you, the Universe, audience bonding, front bottoms and blood on the keys. We would say that was money well spent, thank you Mr Minchin. Sides are a bit sore today like :)

The Scottish Blonde on Saturday, 2 February 2008

You were virgin territory for me until last night - fingering your M* m had me bent over & in tears! Love belly laughing, I need more, can't get enough... merhcandise here I come...

The Red Witch on Saturday, 2 February 2008

Blood on the keys..... What, dear, are you doing up there???

Caroline on Saturday, 2 February 2008

Yo Dude I don't think i've ever laughed so much as i did watching you at the Edinburgh Queens Hall. Thanks for a brilliant night. You're so Rock 'n' Roll!

Jamie on Friday, 1 February 2008

Tim You were amazing in Edinburgh, the 'Front Bottom Lady' Briliant. It was my friend you had up on stage to examine the blood on the piano. Great night and great show, Cheers Jamie

Ken on Friday, 1 February 2008

Hi Tim, saw your show in Edinburgh tonight - fantastic stuff! And a bloody keyboard is so rock and roll! Cheers for the laughs!

Jaxx on Friday, 1 February 2008

Are you inflatable, 'Hi Boys'? Because that's the only kind for everyone here.

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