If I may say so, Saoirse, you are well known for your unconventional demands when staying in hotels. Can you explain us why and maybe make an example of something you may ask?
Everybody should learn that Saoirse needs what Saoirse needs, and she always gets it. Whether it's Belarusian roses or silver-plated potpourri.
Do you know Michelle Brooks (a former electrical linesworker, now a sports umpire) from High Point?
Not personally, but my uncle has been briefly engaged to her. Then there was a public embarrassment about some kinky photographs sent by phone to the wrong people, so their engagement came to a quick end.
Do you know any good hangover cures?
I'm too young to revel in spirits. However, my cousin in case of need uses a mixture made of two parts of rum, one part of lemonade and some Alfredo sauce.
Have you ever participated in a séance?
Yes, just once. It was a very tormented experience. Suddenly, the ghost of John Maynard Keynes manifested and conjectured that I'm the reincarnation of a Thomas Aquinas' homonym.
Saoirse, are you superstitious?
Yup! I have to drink something red before an important event.
Can you tell me the square root of 732672703?
I could tell you, but then I'd have to annihilate you.
Which brand of toilet paper do you use?
Since I have discovered ecology, I can't stand commercial brands. My personal toilet paper is obtained from Petalospia lacera, a very scarce black poppy that only grows in Bhutan.
I've heard you are about to publish a book. Would you like to share with us a few details?
The details on my forthcoming book will soon be published in another book. What I can divulge here is that it will be my unauthorized autobiography. It will be tattoed on backs and foreheads of 900 volunteers that will be released in Colorado Springs as in a flash mob.
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