April Madness

April marks the 2 year anniversary of Comedy Estonia and we have something stupid like 7 shows going on. Then in May we have a tour too. So there is a lot happening.

Sometimes I get a bit frustrated because I have to constantly explain why I live here. I don’t blame people, it is natural to be curious so its ok but this weekend I have been asked about 28 times. That’s also before I got too drunk and stopped counting. God bless. I wonder if Dave Benton still gets asked. Maybe he will snap one day “I WON EUROVISION MOTHERFUCKER, FOR YEARS I WAS THE ONLY BLACK GUY HERE, HOW CAN YOU NOT KNOW?”

Ive had a pelmeenid craving for a while now. Why are those little suckers so good with hapukoor? I like Hapukoor. I hate sour cream. In Australia sour cream is a shitty condiment we put on potato wedges at best. In Estonia, haupkoor gets put on everything and its a delicious and tasty addition in which every mouthful brings you closer to citizenship. Maybe it’s because it comes in a bag?

Here are some photos of the past month or so.

Estonian Air had a social media stunt where if you get a photo with their new plane, you get a discount. I got my photo and my discount.

I was in an ad recently where I had to wear a ring. Except the ring didn’t come off again and had to be cut off.

Stew performed at a party for some classy lawyers the other night. Really nice affair…

except for some reason among the very well dressed best and brightest of Talinn there was a person running around in a chicken suit.

Waterfalls outside of Tallinn, still icy

This guy in his Bentley was in such a hurry to park at Tallinn airport he left it up on the curb. Couldn’t the private jet wait a few moments longer?

Big and happy crowd at Möku for our open mic

 

Great, now I have the chicken dance stuck in my head!

Louis Zezeran

Louis Zezeran is an Australian Stand Up comedian and comedy promoter based in Tallinn, Estonia.

He was the co-founder of Comedy Estonia, Comedy Finland and Comedy Latvia. Louis writes, does gigs and performs at private events through the Baltics and Finland
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