Tommy Little makes a rude joke during a stand-up as a 46-year-old woman flirts with him
Comedian Tommy Little raised his eyebrows with a rather crude joke during his latest comedy special for Amazon Prime Video, I’ll See Me Outside.
The clip, which resurfaced on TikTok this week, showed newly single Tommy, 37, jokingly responding after a 46-year-old woman claimed she saw his dating profile on Tinder.
‘You hear I’m on Tinder? That means you saw me on Tinder, you thirsty bitch!’ laughed Tommy, who remained single after splitting from ex-Natalie Kyriacou in February last year.
The woman, whose name was Emma, responded by asking Tommy about the “age range” of women he was willing to date.
‘Emma, why don’t you just cut the shit up? Emma, how old are you? The project co-host asked, prompting Emma to reveal she was 46.
“Hey, 46? Oh, perfect. My age range is 46 to death. So you just snuck in there,” he joked, sending the audience into a chorus of shocked laughter.
‘You saw me on Tinder, you thirsty bitch!’ Comedian Tommy Little, 37 (left) raised his eyebrows with a rather crude joke as a 46-year-old woman (right) attempted to flirt with him during his latest comedy special for Amazon Prime Video, I’ ll See Myself Out
Tommy then turned his attention to a young woman in the audience named Jordan whose name he had learned earlier on the show.
Jordan was watching the show with his father Brett.
“Jordan is like, ‘F**k, grandma’s here, fine!'” Tommy joked, prompting Jordan to shout that his grandma was actually dead.
She is interested! The woman, whose name was Emma, flirtatiously asked perennial bachelor Tommy about the ‘age range’ of women he’s willing to date
“My age range is from 46 to death. So you just snuck in there’: Audience shocked when Tommy joked about his age preferences on Tinder
‘Oh, she’s dead? Sorry, Jordan! chuckled the radio host, holding his forehead in embarrassment.
Speaking to the rest of the audience, Tommy explained: “What you miss is a nice part, because I also have the reaction of Brett, who is Jordan’s father.”
“So Jordan said, ‘She’s dead.’ And Brett, instead of applauding, said ‘enough,'” he laughed.
It’s finish! Tommy’s last girlfriend was environmental activist Natalie Kyriacou (left), but the couple split in February last year just months after going public
Tommy has never been shy about discussing his love life with fans.
His last girlfriend was environmental activist Natalie Kyriacou, whom he split from last February.
The former couple had started their romance in July 2020, but disappeared from each other’s social media accounts less than a year later.
Dating issues: After the split, the comedian told TV Week he would regularly drink himself ‘to a stupor’ to cope with heartbreak
After the split, the comedian told TV Week that he would regularly drink himself “to a stupor” to cope with the heartbreak.
The breakdown in the relationship was made worse by the fact that Melbourne’s strict Covid-19 restrictions were already taking their toll on his mental health.
“I was living with a partner but it didn’t go well. She is wonderful but we did not go well. Then I lived with my roommate,” he said.
Split: “I was living with a partner but it didn’t go well. She’s wonderful but we didn’t go well,” he said. Tommy and Natalie are believed to have separated in late 2020 after about a year of attendance
‘And it sucked. I thought I was going to accomplish so much with more free time, but I didn’t. All I’ve done is get drunk to the point of stupor.
Earlier this year, the unlucky love interest comic told News Corp that he had signed up as a voiceover for First Dates Australia on Channel 10 to help with his own love life.
“I’ve been a huge fan of the show since the UK version and I hope that somehow if I do the voice for it I’ll have more access to people who have been cast off on the show. and I can find love myself,” he joked.
Tommy, who is based in Melbourne, revealed he had stopped dating altogether during the Covid-19 lockdowns, saying he had just ‘closed up shop’.
He wants to date ‘rejections’: Earlier this year the unlucky-in-love comic told News Corp he had signed up as a voice-over for First Dates Australia on Channel 10 to help him with his own love life.