Corey, which is your favorite fruit?
I call it "Corey's prodigy". In the middle of one of my famed explorations of Tibetan plateau, I discovered a plant unknown to botanists, now named Drytropana amorpha, that blooms only every 6 years. It then gives fruits whose flavor reminds of coconuts and raw chicken. It may seem uninviting, but it may become a compulsive habit.
What's the most uncanny nightmare you have ever had?
Not really a dream: I found myself alone in a vacant dark place. A fetid aftertaste in my mouth. Then I remembered I got hammered at a rerun of "Gigli" in a seedy drive-in near Atlanta.
Which is your favorite book?
I'm particularly fond of "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendback.
You surely mean, by Maurice Sendak?
I seriously doubt it, however I've heard it both ways.
Your line of work is often stressful. How do you face it?
To toughen my will, I often rest on a bunk made of rough sandpaper and shards of glass.
Do you like to cook?
I'll say not! But I like to invent salads. My all time favorite is a mix of pulled pork and soybeans, which I believe can be suited for both vegs and normal people.
Intriguing! Could you share the recipe?
Positively! You take the pulled pork and the soybeans and you make a bunch of sandwiches using some baguettes.
Do not mind, I obtained the recipe from one for a sandwich. After you made those sandwiches, you cast off the bread and mix pulled pork and soybeans with some chives and voilà, you are done!
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