Mandy loves listening to people… in theory. It’s the practice she’s having a little trouble with.
Two-hour solutions Are you disappointed the two-hour Byron community meeting didn’t solve to the town’s problems? Fear not, Mandy has plenty of solutions – even if they are completely ludicrous.
Back to school Mandy Nolan is jealous of her kids going back to school. She’s nostalgic about fighting with her mother about the length of her school tunic. She longs for the smell of empty pencil cases and feel of... Read More →
The path to enlightenment is littered with well-meaning but essentially self-serving (or self-pleasuring) hand gestures.
An ageing celebration ‘One of the great crimes of Botox is that it’s hard to tell who’s an arsehole because they erase the arsehole marks,’ says Mandy, who’s celebrating her 45th birthday (no lie).
Gunning for America Mandy can’t understand the US obsession with guns. She doesn’t feel responsible enough to be in charge of an oven, let alone a gun. Video Sharon Shostak
Schoolies aren’t coolies Schoolies Week is not a traditional rite of passage but a marketing racket that involves a mass, cult-like, alcohol-fuelled rampage.
What women want Mandy has the answer to what every woman really wants – and you won’t have to read a trashy magazine to find out.
There’s two types of people, says Mandy: those who’ll tell you uncomfortable truths and those who won’t.
Mandy is being stalked by prudish people with faces like constipated arseholes.
Jaws eat your heart out Mandy worries about shark attack – and in particular why men and women are not equally represented.
Elections and erections Forget terrorism, the real war against the American people is being fought by politicians over women’s bodies, says Mandy. Video Sharon Shostak
Sleep is overrated, says Mandy, who spends the night adding up bills in her head. Video Sharon Shostak
Should comedians be responsible for sexist comments they make? Certainly not to Tony Abbott says Mandy. Video Sharon Shostak
Mandy Nolan’s comedy career is just an elaborate cover for her unrealised dream.
Mandy thinks the biggest problem in modern society is that guilt has gone out of fashion.
Mandy has man flu. Not only that, but she is suffering from CHMS: Confusing Health Messages Syndrome.
Mandy is appalled by the real sado-masochistic nature of Fifty Shades of Grey – the writing. She’d rather read Marquis de Sade any day.
Mandy’s moving day has arrived. After all the furniture has gone she takes us on a final, nostalgic tour of her old house.
Mandy is struggling with the notion of becoming middle class as she prepares to move into her purpose-built home.
‘Where are the bad and dangerous leading ladies?’ asks Mandy. Where’s Mae West when you need her.
Mandy Nolan at the writers festival reports about an unfortunate ladies ‘incident’
httpv://youtu.be/NuY8PR74qOc Mandy thinks sagging is sad but with the help of Barack Obama she’s developed a sagging eradication plan.
Mandy thinks that dancing for pleasure is like jogging for fun. Video Sharon Shostak httpv://youtu.be/vfB4UmyhaAs
Mandy has observed the return of the ‘caveman’ beard and wonders what it might signify. Video Sharon Shostak httpv://youtu.be/psQzKv-1KN4