How would you describe your music to somebody who'd never heard it?
Well, travelers sometimes recount that there are one or two such chaps in Antarctica or on the Himalaya mountains. As my fans often say, my songs are like a syrupy raspberry muffin with an amazing nucleus of sausages.
Which is the coolest flag in the world?
I think it is that of Vulgaria, probably because it has my picture in a corner. Vulgaria is a nice but unfortunate nation. They are so broke their dictionaries stop at the letter "S".
Do you have any scar?
Yeah! I have a tiny pelican shaped scar on my right wrist, a memory of my problematic quarrel with a wild cat.
When your are not singing, which is your preferred diversion?
I think that collecting and trading old door knobs and door handles rests my mind.
Apart from singing, is there one thing in which you beat everybody else?
Well, I can knit a sweater while I run backwards.
Have you ever participated in a séance?
Guess so! But just once. It was an unsettling experience. Suddenly, the ghost of Confucius manifested and conjectured that almost surely I'm the reincarnation of a Michelangelo's uncle.
Do you like to cook?
To be honest, I think that cooking is a huge waste of energy, since there are fans and diners willing to deliver my daily intake of carbohydrates and vitamines. The few times I cook for my disciples, I like to create salads. My cornerstone is a mix of pastrami and amaranth, which I think can accomodate both vegetarians and normal people.
Intriguing! Would you like to share the recipe with us?
Sure! You take the pastrami and the amaranth and you make a bunch of sandwiches using some sesame buns.
It does not matter, I obtained the recipe from one for a sandwich. So you make those sandwiches, then you dispose of the bread and mix pastrami and amaranth with some gravy and there it is!
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