I'm here tonight with Seal, who just made his way through his last album. Hi, Seal, and welcome to People We Hate to Love.
It's a pleasure being here, essentially because I can't remember if you owe me money.
If I may ask, do you have any peculiar fear?
Yes, I do! I suffer from an irrational phobia for venetian blinds, because of an uncanny accident occurred to my cousin. I'm also terrified by clowns, but that is quite common.
Could you refute the noise about your involvement in the business of Loch Ness monster DNA samples?
Thou, infectious rude-growing bladder! How do you dare?
Did you ever participated in a séance?
Yes, just once. It was an extremely excruciating experience. Suddenly, the spirit of Johann Sebastian Bach manifested and revealed that I'm the reincarnation of a Charles Dickens' homonym.
If you could choose a someone to reincarnate in, who would it be?
It's a no-brainer: Ace Ventura.
What motivates you to sing?
Lack of air, because to sing is like to breath for me.
Which brand of toilet paper do you use?
In my opinion, common brands are for common people. My hand-made toilet paper is obtained from Lissospevana lobata, a rare green poppy that only grows in Bhutan.
In a paper published on Pacific Annals of Symbolic Philosophy, dr. Matthew Rogers observed that your songs are "a perfect prototype of contemporary conceptual reductionism". Which is your reaction?
Well, in his last article printed on Asian Engineering Studies, prof. Carl Y. Evans utterly invalidated that implausible theory.
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