Is being an only child enough of an excuse for everything that goes wrong for you?
Paula Púa presents traca, a comedy show with self-critical humor (things are going badly for her but she takes it cool), some songs (she loves karaoke and has shoehorned it in here) and above all, a fresh and original vision of life (she’s weirder than a dog with a hat).
Paula laughs about her day-to-day worries: she once threw up in a store, she’s afraid of clowns, her house is so messy it looks like jumanji, and she’s been dating a magician. But none of this is your fault. She is an only child. He also delves into unique topics: why do pigeons have missing fingers? terraplanners see everything as flat? When the machines revolt will they go after the bad siri speakers first?
By the way, this is called stand-up comedy but Paula is not on her feet all the time. In fact, it sometimes ends up on the ground. He has ever thrown anything away. But don’t worry, it’s harmless. Even if his parents say he is de Traca.