Tag: Say Wha Vancouver

Prize Time

  Want to come to Say Wha?! on me? Enter this draw! Show is Wednesday, August 21 8-10pm at the Cottage Bistro and I’m gonna give away two tickets two it. I never do this. Why am I doing it? It’s my last show in Vancouver until October and we should

Say Wha?! August 2013 Edition

Say Wha?! is back! Remember I took July off to do a Teen Angst Night and Say Wha?! The Musical Edition. Did you miss the regular show? What’s Say Wha?! Have you ever read a poorly written novel and thought to yourself, who publishes this crap? Or come across a

Say Wha?! May Recap

Here’s what happened last Wednesday at the Say Wha?! show” I read from the poems of Suzanne Somers. Here’s a very funny video of Kristen Wiig reading from the same book. Stu Popp entertained us with a reading of Tailchaser’s Song. It was wonderfully horrible and is currently being made into

Say Wha?! April Recap

Sara Bynoe (aka me!) told us why she’s still single by researching how to make men love her by reading the half finished book 14.5 Things Women Shouldn’t Do by Mr Things and the How to Make a Man Love You by Grant J Hall. What we learned: it’s because she’s too darn

Say Wha?! March Recap

I shared two books that have been on my Say Wha?! book shelf for ages now. Stories from the Playboy Mansion about how disgusting the carpets are and how Hugh Hefner makes his girlfriends ask for their $1000/week allowance.  Sliding into Home and Bunny Tales.   Gary Jones shared 365

Say Wha?! December 2012

It’s that time again! The third Wednesday of the month is approaching, that means it’s time for Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing.  Have you ever read a poorly written novel and thought to yourself, who publishes this crap? Or come across a hilariously out of date self-help book in a

October Say Wha?! Recap Post

Better late than never. Here’s what you missed at the October show. I’d previously read from the Google Book version of this self-help book, but I had to download the Kindle edition to realize it’s full craziness. I’m working on a review of the book for a blog post, so

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