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.


The Anatomy Of A Good Attitude

Thought Catalog

Good attitude takes you far. You may not know it, but where you are right now in your life has something to do with how you deal with it.

Attitude is not just mere behavior or even a set of virtues. Attitude is how you look at life and how you live it. Going beyond that, one’s attitude has a domino effect because it affects how one connects with other people.

Good attitude is not simply represented by flashy heroic deeds; most of the time good attitude is very subtle that we are not aware of practicing it. It is about starting and ending your day with a smile and filling your time with positive vibes. It is about being patient about results and outcome. Good attitude is about honesty and transparency: it is not just being true to others but being true to yourself. It is not about giving…

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Lime Crime Lipstick



Mac Lipstick swatches & my light blue Inglot Lipstick. I’m still yet to buy any lipsticks from Mac, I’m kind of in love with their ‘Cyber’ lipstick, but I get angry knowing that here it would cost somewhere between $30-$40 for one lipstick & in America they sell for about $13 each.



I recently bought ‘D’lilac’ from Lime Crime, I went for the lighter more pastel purple colour, because I already have a similar purple one to their ‘Airborn Unicorn’ shade from Inglot.



A better shot of the Lime Crime lipstick, I think I’m lucky that my skin tone works well with this colour.


The Packing is very pretty.



I also felt that my holographic manicure/hand job was quite fitting with all of the coloured lipstick.

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.

Crack to Kevin with #singsorrow

These are two of my lovely friends, Alysha (singing) & Jess ‘Weedy’ (on ukulele) from the Riverland, rocking out.

creating art in the desert

So last month the Paper Ensemble team packed up the car and headed off on the 15 hour drive to Newcastle for 4 days.

Paper Ensemble is made up of 4 young and emerging artists (in various disciplines) from the Riverland in South Australia and we were taking a new project called Sing Me Your Sorrow to the Crack Theatre Festival.

Sing Me Your Sorrow is a participatory installation/space exploration. Inspired by the PostSecret community and The Obliteration Room by artist Yayoi Kusama and the need we all have to share our hurts with someone who will listen.

Sing Me Your Sorrow invites the audience to write/draw their story of sorrow into the space our artistic team claims. Over the course of an afternoon/day/month, the artistic team then responds to those stories with a series of short films and a unique song of sorrow. We took Sing Me Your Sorrow…

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