Fraser Young | Everyone Loves A Smug Bastard

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Everyone Loves A Smug Bastard

by Fraser Young

A collection of stories, satire, and useless observations from an award-winning comic who has performed all over the world.
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. Changing the Traditional Definition of Bachelor Party
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2. Can We At Least Open a Window or Something?
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3. I Lead a Very Exciting Life
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4. I Had No Idea He Was So Self-Absorbed
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5. I Hope There's Not Going to Be a Lot of Homework
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6. Red Means You're a Commie
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7. I'd Rather Mock Something Than Learn About It
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8. 100% True Story
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9. That's Right Neighbourly of You
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10. I Think I'm Getting a Tapeworm
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11. Do They Give Out Medals for Trying Your Hardest?
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12. You're Not Really All That Special
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13. How Did He Even Write the Exam?
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14. Jesus Loves Me. Jealous?
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15. I Bet It Sounded a Lot Better in Your Head
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16. Who's Johnny Smooth-Talk?
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17. Page 1 Was Right, It Is My Lucky Day!
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18. Are You Suggesting That I'm Not What I Say I Am?
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19. You've Got That Michael Jordan/Dom Deluise Look
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20. You Don't Leave Pints On the Table
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21. Do Your Parents Know About This?
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22. Building Cultural Bridges
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Fraser Young is a stand-up comedian with a style all his own. Although he started out in Toronto, he can now be seen headlining right across Canada, and as far away as Hong Kong.

After winning the prestigious Tim Sims Encouragement Fund, awarded to the best up and coming comic in Toronto that shows a creative and fresh approach to comedy, Fraser made several national television and radio appearances which include CBC Radio's Brave New Waves, Madly Off In All Directions, and Definitely Not The Opera. In addition, he starred in an episode of Comedy NOW!, his own comedy special, broadcast on CTV and The Comedy Network. Fraser has also appeared numerous times on MuchMoreMusic and is a regular on MuchMusic's Video On Trial.

In 2006, Fraser released his first comedy CD "Everyone Loves A Smug Bastard", and was invited to the Just For Laughs festival as the only Canadian in the New Faces showcase, featuring the top breakout talent from around the world.

Not your standard setup-punchline comedian, his act involves mixing unique observations into his eccentric, anecdotal comedy. With his distinctive voice, stage presence, and clever outlook, Fraser Young is a comedian you will not soon forget.

“The Future of Stand-Up” - Eye Magazine


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Solid stand-up from Canadian
Fraser Young is a quick shot comic with ascattered and eclectic approach. This somewhat California beach boy voice asks the audience pay close attention to get all the jokes.

His strength is comedy of the absurd and of exaggeration (a somewhat lost art) with a good dose of observational and autobiographical material. Fraser Young is a very audience friendly stand-up comic whose occasional use of the four letter word will only offend the most sensitive soul though a couple of the bits at the end of the CD are more for a mature (i.e. comedy) audience. Young does not break any new comedic ground but he is highly original and able to surprise even a veteran comedy fan like, for example, with the Jehovah Witness bit.