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February 25, 2021

He’s a Little Stupid

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Tommy Little

Tommy Little is as stupid as they come. Lucky for the rest of us, stupid makes for great comedy. He sold out shows all over the country in 2017 so why wouldn’t you forget your troubles and come have a laugh with the best of all the idiots. The Herald Sun said of Little: ‘Currently at the height of his powers as a standup comedian’. The Last King of Stupid is the show Tommy presents at Lismore Laughs at Lismore City Hall on Saturday. He gave us some really stupid answers to some even stupider questions.

If I weren’t a comedian… I’d be selling my arse on the street corner. No-one wants that. Please buy tickets.

What I hate most about being a comedian… is the repetitive questions like ‘Why did you get into comedy?’ and ‘If you weren’t a comedian…’

The secret to finding love… is probably not held by a single man in his thirties.

The thing no-one knows about me… is that I’m actually great in bed. Even the people who have slept with me don’t know that.

When I dance… people come to my aid because they think it’s some kind of fit or breakdown.

The first film that really moved me… if anyone in your life uses the phrase ‘that film really moved me’ stop hanging out with them immediately; they sound painful.

The film I love that is embarrassing… Dumb and Dumber. It’s an amazing comedy. People mock me for saying that but it’s brilliant.

My worst habit… is that I don’t always finishing my senten…

My greatest achievement… I went to Bali once and didn’t get crook; that’s pretty good I guess.

If I were prime minister… I’d root one of my staffers just so I could get shuffled to the back bench but keep my sweet salary.

The worst advice I was ever given… was eat the yellow snow, it’s more hydrating.

When you come to see my show… bring a gift, or don’t, your presence is a present. I hate this last question and regret my answer.

Tickets through lismorecityhall.com.au

Saturday 7.30pm.

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