Macy, is there a deep moral hidden in "I Try"?
Yes, that the more you argue, the less they believe you - or something like that.
Where do you go when you die?
30 feet under, most of the times, but if you are incinerated then your ashes can waste space in a funny box on somebody's mantelpiece.
You are always in tip-top condition. How do you do that?
I have embraced the Blue Diet: during the month of June I eat just blue foods, like blueberries, blue Smarties, blue crabs and my special Smurf meatloaf.
Do you have any new tattoos?
Yes! I have an orange gerbil on my back. It implements a GPS, so I can be find if I am kidnapped, but unluckily it works better if I'm a little disrobed.
Do people yell your name and follow you everywhere you go?
Fa shizzle! They simply can't have enough of me. I'm universal: I move acclaimed Princeton professors and uninspiring second-rate strippers alike. You know? There are at least 13 boulevards with my name in three different countries, not counting Estonia and Markovia.
Nowaday the problem of legionellosis in tigers is reaching monumental dimensions. Are you doing something to solve the problem?
That's right! I will platonically sleep in a bunk bed with a supporter one night every two weeks. The profits ($900 per night) will go to a foundation for the cure of legionellosis in tigers.
What’s your worst habit?
I am loyal to a fault and moreover I work too hard.
Who are your heroes?
Daniel (the obscure uncle of Isaac Asimov), Bridget Jones, and myself.
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