In his comedy special, stand-up veteran Todd Glass makes audiences howl with his caustic and hilarious look at society's unspoken rules on everything from dinner parties to late-night TV.
If you could sum up Talks About Stuff in three words, what would they be?
Genuinely Consistently Funny
What did you like best about this story?
Well, it's not a story, it's a live recording of Todd Glass doing a stand-up set. And it's great. Every chapter is strong. The audio quality is great and the crowd are clearly enjoying themselves. I couldn't say that there's a stand out chapter in particular, the whole recording is consistently great throughout.
Have you listened to any of Todd Glass’s other performances? How does this one compare?
I listen to the Todd Glass show every week, so I'm probably biased with my review. But if you're into alternative comedy, you'll appreciate the delivery and content. Glass is a comedy genius and I hope more of his recordings make their way onto audible. I've held off from buying his book in the hope that it'll come in an audio book form soon.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Oh my God... It made me laugh like an idiot. Thankfully I had predicted to that, so I listened to it at home. I usually listen to my audibles on the way to work on the Underground and I'm glad I didn't do that with this one.
Any additional comments?
You do coke?