Natasha Ferrier is a comedian, writer, and bowling shoe thief. She has headlined all across the southeast, sharing personal stories of drinking, relationships, and her Mr. Potato Head fetish, and has been a featured performer on festivals such as Cape Fear, Burning Bridges, Altercation Comedy, and more. She recently moved from Tennessee to Queens, New York, just to see if she could smuggle all her bowling shoes across state lines.
My Joke of the Day:
Some words of inspiration during this global pandemic: There is no I in team, but there is a U in masturbate.
Most common Quarantine Activity:
Waking up and choosing which alcoholic beverage best suits the hour I woke up. As I have learned during this quarantine, ask not what time of day is appropriate to start drinking, but what drink is appropriate for that time of day.
Favorite Quarantine show/movie:
Watch any Nicolas Cage movie and any time he does something that makes you ask, “Wait, what?” – take a drink! I highly recommend Deadfall, 1993, along with an entire handle.
Favorite Instagram accounts:
I have been thoroughly enjoying friend and fellow comedian Kelly McInerney @hollyweirdo on her IG escapades with her dear skeleton roommate Tony. Check her out!
Favorite quarantine meal & drink:
I like to start my day with a healthy, homemade breakfast smoothie filled with tropical blends of pineapple and coconut to supply my body with the nourishment it needs. Then I dump a handle of rum in the blender to supply my mind with the piña coladas it needs. It’s all about balance!
Most Questionable thing you’ve seen or heard recently..
I recently walked in on my roommate masturbating. I don’t know if it counts as “walking in” on them since they left the door wide open (rookie mistake). Catching someone masturbating is like going to a party where you don’t know anybody else there – everyone seems to be having fun but you.
First thing you’ll do once isolation is over…
I guess the answer here should be “attend Alcoholics Anonymous” but I recently got a text from someone asking if I was at the same AA meeting as they were (I was not) – so I’m having some doubts on the whole “Anonymous” part. Guess I’ll just stick with Alcoholics!