The Piecast: LIVE 2.0



Above the beautiful Brendan Maclean and myself. I kissed him on the beard, because he wanted a smear of my blue lipstick on him. Some people would say that I blue him, thats right folks you heard it here first. I blue Brendan.

As stated previously on my blog, I was invited to be apart of this live podcast and I was stoked. I got to snuggle with Brendan while eating pies, told a whole bunch of people about Operation Ponytail, which involved a photo campaign and making a fake grindr account in order to find Mark a man.

You can listen to the podcast on The Piecast’s website.

From Mark’s website

I don’t think there are any words that I can use to tell you how much fun this episode was to make. There were surprises I wasn’t expecting, guests that left me absolutely dumbstruck (starstruck?), and some sharp hilarity from all of my guests. I have to say that they did most of the work for me, being far more entertaining in front of a crowd than they have any right to be. I’m proud of them. And I suppose I’m proud of this episode. Is it wrong to be proud of an episode that is largely down to the guests? I say no.
I also threw out five pies in preparation for this episode – strawboffee, peachoffee (both pies made in the tradition of the episode 45 banoffee pie), mint chocolate mud pie (swamp pie?), blueberry pie and pumpkin pie. It was a lot of work making them, and I am definitely proud of myself for having them all available to my guests, both money paying and comedy spraying.
A little about each of the guests is necessary, I suppose:
Shaylee Leach is a local twitter personality, regular radio host, and aspiring comedian who I very much admire for many things. She’s been on the podcast before, and will continue to be a regular because she’s good in audio form.
Brendan Maclean is a musician, actor, dancer, comedian and Q&A twitterati. I like his music quite a lot and would recommend you go listen to his stuff, and buy his album when it drops. Seriously, Winner is a fucking great single. Not even joking. Go download it now. Google his bandcamp. Seriously. I may be a little smitten.
Geraldine Hickey is an all round lovely person and absolutely hilarious dead pan comedian. If my older brother was a female lesbian comedian he would be Geraldine Hickey – and for that I love her. She also made my very first Feast festival (last year) an incredibly enjoyable experience.

Piecast Live 2.0: Gayer than average

In the words of Mark Tripodi:

Hey buddies! Hey Guys!


Today is a special day, because today my friend Mark will be hosting the live recording of the Picast Live 2.0: gayer than average.

23rd Nov 2.30pm at the Rhino Room 13 Frome St

$10 entry & there will be free pies.

You can RSVP to the event on facebook here

There is a 3 guest line up, and I tell you I am stoked to (fill in because Lori Bell couldn’t make it) participate!

There’s gonna be three guests, following the same format as the previous live show, and I’m very excited to be able to announce that I’ll be joined by guests, both friend and unknown. They are as follows.


Shaylee Leach is one of my guests, and I’ll be glad to have her on. Our Pride and Prejudice rapport will surely make for entertaining banter.

Geraldine Hickey is a comedian who is hella hilarious and a grand example of the kind of bogan all bogans should strive to be.

Brendan Maclean is a man I am a great fan of. He’s a musician, twitterer, and many other things.

Also, you out there, hopefully. 

Join us for the delicious celebration of the end of the year.

Come listen to the banter, watch my excitable face as I share the stage with a couple of my favourite tweeps, watch me try to find Mark a boyfriend. Or don’t, but then at least have a solo pantless dance party in your kitchen, or in the hub, or where ever you are reading this.

Feast Festival Opening


PPre-feast manicure/handjob, these claws make me look like a bad lesbian #bisexualproblems IMG_9859

Mark @markjaytee a local queer comedian & my queer radio homie, self & Tyler@TylersWhit.


Brodie @Brodhe & myself.IMG_9870

Phi @PhiTheodoros, self & Adrian.  IMG_9876

Local band JUNO @junoacoustic  headlining the opening Feast Festival party.


Apologies for the low quality and lack of photos from the opening Pride march & feast festival opening. Mark & I managed to do some vox pops in the crowd at the Pride March, which will be aired on this Thursday’s show of Pride & Prejudice on Radio Adelaide, 10pm, on 101.5fm or via Radio Adelaide’s website.

The march itself had a different route than last year & the opening party was held in the lion arts courtyard aka the ANZ feast cluster. The atmosphere wasn’t as good as last year, and the crowd at the after party didn’t seem as big, which may have been because of the cooler weather. However i did really enjoy myself, & I think the Feast Youth Committee’s drop in space was particularly good, as it gave space for queer newbies to socialize in a quieter space.

My (recent) life in SnapChat

I went back to the Riverland to visit my family and pretend that I can drive a tractor
Does every (middle class white-ish) family have embarrassing ‘child model’ like photos of their children? no? just me? ok
Rocking the pulp fiction tshirt with a jacket that seems straight out of 90’s classic ‘Clueless’
Another op shop find. Don’t pretend this isn’t hilarious.
This is the real reason that people get outline tattoos.
This is a regular occurrence of share house living, cheese pizza and sunshine.

I went to the Adelaide Vintage expo bought a ton of lime crime products and found this.
I went to the Adelaide Vintage expo bought a ton of lime crime products and found this.
I saw a great Melbourne band a while ago, The Smith Street Band, check em out.
I saw a great Melbourne band a while ago, The Smith Street Band, check em out.