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Share this *Alcoholocaust: (Meaning: The aftermath of a drinking party, usually resulting in every available horizontal surface being covered in empty booze containers, spilled beverages and a general sticky alcoholic residue.) Jim Jefferies, the globally renowned Australian stand-up, returns to Just For Laughs with his brand new solo show. Alcoholocaust includes some of Jim's favourite wild antics over the past year. As always, his material is set in reality, which is what provides him with his trademark brutally frank style. Among other things, you will hear about a hilarious yet touching true story involving his friend's severely disabled brother, plus Jim's traditional pet peeves - religion & idiots. Written by
I laughed through every second of it. To be fair, I am not in any of the groups mocked by him since I am a white European atheist heterosexual middle class healthy young man.
I had to pause the show because I was laughing too hard multiple times. Jim is brilliantly funny throughout the show, being my favorite comedian at storytelling. He also has a few random funny bits, but the stories make the show.
I enjoy his comedy a lot, it's amazing how funny he can be even when he is spontaneous, like on his podcast Talking' S**t (which I also strongly recommend).
I watched this with all my friends, multiple times and enjoyed it both sober and drunk. I couldn't recommend it more.
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