When it’s bad, it’s badPosted: January 1, 2014 | Author: loupollard | Filed under: AUSTRALIA, COMEDY | Tags: a mate who would always buy you a beer, Around The World On Saturday Night ep 22 p3 of 8 interview with Dickster, Aussie comedy legends, Aussie comics, Australian army, celebrating his talent, friendship, full of ideas, funny bastards, funny ex army men, good blokes, great laughs, great mates, Harold Park Hotel 1998 and 1999, head like a burnt thong, loud mouthed comedians, mateship, memories of Bondi, Richard Kaminski, RIP Dickster, thanks for the laughter, The Dickster, top blokes, tribute to a friend, very Australian comedians |3 Comments
I’ve just found out that my old comedy mate Dickster died way too young. He was such a funny bloke, always quick with a joke if anyone was having a shit time, would always buy me a beer, always a gentleman. A big softie with a big heart. This is a great interview with him and how I will remember him. Thanks for the laughs mate, I’ll have a beer or three for you.
The Dickster was a top bloke. He will be greatly missed.
Sure was, like C said ‘a true old school gentleman.’
my mate i miss you every day you made my life n bricklayin together a joy da cowboys won da gf you know dat will see you soon but not just yet we luv ya me n Bett