Whether it be seen as social commentary on the life of a performance of just plain stupid fun, It’s Not For Everyone is a riot.
David O’Doherty returned to Sydney Comedy Festival last week. We sent Samantha Dickson along to check out his show.
How would you rate your dating skills on a scale of brilliant/good/average/poor/fucking horrific? Yeah, us too. So here’s Jess Matthews to help, with a list of things you should never discuss on a first date,… Read More
Blossoming from the back of a converted ’68 Dodge, Holler and Haul is a travelling carnival that’s bringing lashings of entertainment/good times/great tunes to an Australian backyard near you: The sun sets upon the… Read More
Brilliant Sydney-based Monday evening laughfest, The Comedy Lounge, is extending its hours. We spoke to its founder, Rhys Jones, to get the lowdown: Hello Rhys. You’re here to talk to us about the… Read More
Somethingyousaid.com’s Ruth Hodge discusses the strange beast that is predictive text: I was busy last night texting whilst driving (my mind into the brick wall opposite me as I frantically typed away into… Read More
Are you ready for some groundbreaking new directions in men’s farshun? Good, because in this decidedly-nsfw clip (above) the Bondi Hipsters introduce their ideas to reshape the industry. Will the ‘side-ball’ be hot this… Read More
While you may have convinced yourself that your job is awesome and not an absolutely mind-numbing waste of time, chances are it’s making you dumb-as-shit. Harriet Cheney explains why: 1. You lose sight… Read More
Every idealistic youth takes a pre-poverty line vow to avoid the mire of corporate employment. But mounting living-costs keep the gears of the office world churning, and burnt-out idealism turns into “smart-casual” and… Read More
Last week, we told you the things that shouldn’t annoy us but absolutely do. To counterbalance this and to illustrate that our contributors aren’t merely a bunch of miseries/moaners/haters, here’s a collection of… Read More
If knowledge is power, communication inspires interactivity and with affluence comes choice, then living in the privileged, overly commodified and cluttered world that we do is leading us all down the same path… Read More