We are here tonight with a special guest, Demi Moore, who just survived the mammoth task of her last movie. Hi, Demi, and welcome to Tales Of The Well-Known.
It's a pleasure being here, mainly because I can't remember if you owe me money.
Demi, which is your favorite fruit?
I call it "Demi's miracle". During one of my famed wanderings in the Amazon basin, I discovered a shrub unknown to botanists, now named Xylobotrya baccata, which every 12 years blooms and produces fruits whose flavor reminds of kiwis and ketchup. It may sound distasteful, but it can easily cause addiction.
Where do you go when you die?
Inside a monument, most of the times, but if you are incinerated then your ashes can occupy space in a funny box in somebody's cabinet of curiosities.
In a paper appeared on Annals of Criminal Criticism, prof. Jerry White has described your movies as "a dramatic paradigm of present-day conceptual absurdism". Anything to add?
Actually, I think that in his recent article printed on Annals of Advanced Secularism, dr. Richard Lopez utterly invalidated that depthless assumption.
When your are not acting, which is your main pastime?
I think that collecting and trading dummies is a noble activity.
I've heard you are writing a book. Would you like to share with us a few details?
The actual details on my imminent book will soon be published in another book. What I can say here is that it will be my unauthorized autobiography. It will be tattoed on arms and legs of 900 fans that will be set free in Lakeland as in a flash mob.
Do you have any birthmark?
Yes, I do. I have a little armadillo shaped birthmark on my right shin. Probably my mother did have a nightmare involving an armadillo when she was pregnant.
Where will you go on your next holiday?
For my next holiday I leased a posh castle on the secluded hills of Sierra Gordo. The only issue was making a payment in Linden dollars to the good-natured gentleman from Nigeria that proposed me the affair by email.
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