Paul F. Tompkins
But you can’t let something that’s “weird” get in the way of what’s right and wrong, you know. I think with prop 8, you know, I think it was prop 8, gay people want to get married. I grew up in a world where I’m not used to seeing two gay men that are married, but that doesn’t let me say that that’s wrong, it’s just weird when I see it and eventually I’ll fucking get used to it, right?
And sometimes people go, “Ahh…” You know these people who are like, “Ahh…what’s next?” It’s all they say when stuff - “What’s next?” When women got to vote, you know they didn’t say, “It’s about fucking time!” they went, “What’s next?”
You know when black people were allowed to marry white people they went, “What’s next?” I don’t know, something else overdue and righteous you pile of dumb-fuck!
Born: February 2, 1966
Genre: Storytelling, Observational
Topics: Personal life, relationships
Adam Ferrara is real. He connects. IIIIIIII like him.
His main special Funny as Hell is such an honest look at his relationship with his family and former girlfriend. He manages to juxtapose incredibly funny material with heartbreaking and heart warming tales. That is talent. Especially considering he also acts and hosts a TV show (American TopGear).
His humor is sometimes like Brian Regan where it is… grandiose, for lack of a better word. It’s expressive and is better seen and heard, than heard alone.
This intro sucks. Just watch him.
One More Thing Before I Go [CD]
Have Some [CD]
Both CDs available for purchase on his website
Funny as Hell(2009) [DVD/Digital]
Video available for streaming on Netflix
Audio available for streaming on Spotify