DESPITE the use of expletives in the title of his show, local stand-up comic D-Chill is actually quite the gentleman - although his wife may not agree.
His home-town of Dayton, Ohio is well known for being the home of the Wright brothers' world-changing invention of powered flight, but Dallas Cecil Hill Jr's humour is more concerned with the down to earth topics of family life and marital affairs.
“I'm 48 years of age married to a women 15 years younger than me, which provides an endless set of experiences to draw stories from,” he says.
“Our day normally starts with our six-year-old waking us up as she sleeps in the bed with us much to our dismay - so obviously, we have no sex life and I'm good at it!”
Multiculturalism also comes into it with Dallas being African American, his wife Singaporean and four of his five children to his first wife being Aboriginal.
“Our home life often resembles the United Nations albeit in Australia.”
Although this 2012 WA Raw Comedy finalist and regular to the local stand-up scene is at times compared to Eddie Murphy, Dallas says his style differs.
“I try not to swear too much,” he says.
“I like to rely on my stories, which most of the time the audience can relate to and find the humour in. I think they are laughing at themselves - I'm just putting myself in as the character.”
Although Dallas tries not to talk too much about his wife in the show, he says it's the only time he can safely get away with it.
“Because it's 'comedy' and the proceeds all go to her!”
'Oh I've Got Some More S%*t To Say' is playing next Saturday, August 18 at The Metcalfe Playhouse, Northbridge from 7pm.
Tickets are $25 from www.trybooking.com or $30 on the door.