The Ploy 168: Don’t Tell Me How To Feel

We’re talking feelings, women, Facebook etiquette and bad customer service this week.

Mike and Paul discuss how Facebook affects our relationships and what some of the most annoying things about social media are. We look at the U.S. Presidential primaries, and how Trump and Bernie are fairing. Paul explains everything he knows about the opposite sex, looks, and basic bitches. While Mike had a bad customer service experience, and wants you to know about it.

I don’t know about you, but I might have a tear running down my face right now.

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The Ploy 164: Denise Scott

The fabulously funny and honest Denise Scott joins Mike this week to talk about her Barry Award winning comedy show Mother Bare. Denise tells us about how she worried she wouldn’t ever reach her full potential in comedy, and how joining forces with another leading lady in comedy helped her score a prime location for her most recent Melbourne International Comedy Festival performance. Denise also talks about how a horrifying experience helped her realise what she really wanted to do in life, and how her family reacts to being mentioned in her shows. She’s very funny, you won’t want to miss this episode.

Her show Mother Bare is currently at the Sydney Opera House through to August 10, tickets through Ticketmaster, and she takes the show to the Brisbane Powerhouse August 20-31, get tickets at their website. It’s a must see show for 2014.

Special thanks to Token.

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