I had to wear a rather audacious wedding dress in the Auckland domain and people thought I was a bride getting her photos done, presumably without a groom. I would’ve looked insane.
I don’t even know if I have a job on it yet, they won’t reply to my emails. I just show up to the office and write in the corner.
I sit at a table with my fellow writers Nic Sampson and Joseph Moore and drink a lot of coffee and tea and eat toast and biscuits until inspiration strikes. Basically, we just try to make each other laugh. There’s a lot of laughing. I think everyone in the office is sick of us to be honest.
No, I mean, yes. I am outnumbered, but they’re all just regular human beings. Although, if it came down to it, I could definitely take any one of them in a fight and I think they know that.
She thinks I’m hilarious, which is what all mums should think of their daughters.
I’m not sure. I bet he would welcome answering what it’s like to work with me!
Because that’s boring and writing and performing on a comedy show is exciting and fun. Also, I’m a 22-year-old idiot with absolutely no responsibilities at the moment, so I may as well.