More Firsts

Last night was the first time I performed on the actual Amateur Night at Yuk Yuk’s downtown Toronto.  I don’t know why it took me so long to get my ass up on that show, but nevertheless, it happened last night and it went… meh.  It was, alright.

It was a much less forgiving crowd than the Yuk’s experiences I’ve had so far with Humber nights.   Also, I had to take the bullet.  Which I hate, even when someone as awesome and hilarious as Mark Little is hosting the thing.

It was fun to see some fresh newbies who’d never ever done stand-up before as well as a variety of comics more, shall I say aged…, than those I’m used to seeing at the open mics around town.

IN SUMMATION, it was a mediocre first time.

Womp womp.

BUT, what better motivation to work harder and one day win over the Amateur Night crowd?!

Bring it, Yuk Yuk’s.


A seat belt on a bicycle.  What was I THINKING?

Mentor Meeting

Everyone at Humber Comedy gets the opportunity, should they desire, to meet with Mark Breslin, founder and CEO of the Yuk Yuk’s chain of comedy clubs.

So to those of you who think it’s a big deal that I met with him one-one-one, face-to-face & had a lovely and productive meeting with him, I just want to tell you…

It is.

He owns Yuk Yuk’s and now he knows my name!  Eeeeeeeee!

Sure, now he knows everyone else’s name too.

But still, EEeeeeeee!