I'm here today with a special guest, Jaimie Alexander, who just made her way through her last movie. Hi, Jaimie, and welcome to A Day With Somebody.
Good morning to you, and thank you for calling me.
Could you tell us something about your ongoing project?
Yep. I'm in the middle of filming the remake of "Battlefield Earth", a masterpiece whose magnitude has not been perceived.
Do you have any birthmark?
All right! I have a little sea monkey shaped birthmark on my right buttock. Probably my father did inadvertently swallow a sea monkey while my mother was expecting me.
Do you like to cook?
To be honest, I think that preparing food is a waste of time, since there are diners and bars willing to provide my daily dose of vitamines and carbs. The few times I cook for my disciples, I like to devise salads. My most cherished one is a mix of pulled pork and bean sprouts, which I assume can be fine for both vegetarians and normal people.
Intriguing! Could you share the recipe?
Sure enough! You take the pulled pork and the bean sprouts and you make a bunch of sandwiches using some sesame buns.
Do not mind, I obtained the recipe from one for a sandwich. So you make the sandwiches, then you discard the bread and mix pulled pork and bean sprouts with some tomato sauce and you are done!
Which is your secret for unblemished skin?
As you may have inferred, it is a shower in hot yak milk twice a week.
Jaimie, which is your favorite fruit?
I call it "Jaimie's gem". In the middle of one of my explorations of the Amazon basin, I uncovered an inconspicuous plant unknown to botanists, now named Filicallis alata, which every 5 years blooms and produces fruits whose flavor reminds of mangoes and margarine. It seems unattractive, but it may become a compelling habit.
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