"I think farting on an escalator [is] a coward’s game"

- Dave Hill @ The Barbary/Outside Lands Festival [Paraphrase]
[Photo via mrdavehill]

"I think farting on an escalator [is] a coward’s game"

- Dave Hill @ The Barbary/Outside Lands Festival [Paraphrase]

[Photo via mrdavehill]

Courting Barbary: Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction [8 Days Left]

[Everything is shaping up with a little more than a week until Outside Lands. Line-ups have been announced, tickets are gone, beer is being put into canisters. It is now perfectly clear that on August 10th, at 1:30pm, the most egregious depravity shall be on display in the form of the Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction. The concept is thusly: one group of comedians are given a random prompt culled from audience suggestion, which could be anything from Smurfs to the New Testament, and are given time to write a grossly hedonistic adaptation of the source material. While their writing, another group performs a pre-written piece of seminal sementality. Audience votes, the second group performs, audience votes, laughter abounds, and winners are crowned. What makes CEFF a crazy, unique spectacle is that nuclear-hot creativity is rendered dormant by the show’s end. The once-in-a-lifetime, guttural musings live only in the hearts of their primary beholder (or perhaps, podcast listeners). Nevertheless, it’s amazing to imagine such filth so early in the day. Cheers]

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Rory Scovel - Walk

Rory Scovel is seriously one of the most creative and charismatic comedians in the business today. His infectious personality and absurdist observations are what makes him such a treat to listen to.

If you like stand-up AT ALL, you need to hear him.

RORY SCOVEL will be here at Cobb’s with Ron Funches and Dave Hill on February 7. Click here for tickets.

6/4. “Tasteful Nudes” Book Release Show @ San Francisco Punch Line. 444 Battery St. SF. $20. 8PM. Featuring Dave Hill, Mike Drucker and Jesse Elias. Tickets Available: Here

Here is an account of me being completely floored by Hill/Jones. As much as I enjoyed the other two acts on this bill, Matt Jones and Dave Hill absolutely murdered me.