Miss Snarky Pants:

The recently Freshly Pressed (yes, for the SECOND time) Kitchen Slattern kindly interviewed me for her new blog feature: The Slattern’s Mind Probe. As usual, I had to crawl out of the gutter to answer her insightful questions. Okay, I didn’t manage to make it entirely out of the gutter. Anyway, enjoy and show my dear blogging buddy, The Kitchen Slattern, some blog lovin’ when you’re done.

Originally posted on Kitchen Slattern:

Image via curiousscience.com

There’s nothing like a good secret police interrogation. Or is there? Now, you’ve no doubt perused Vanity Fair’s Proust Questionnaire, and have probably enjoyed Heidi Ellis’s The Early Bird Catches the SPaM feature. In truth, there isn’t anything new about the interview-as-blog-post format, but what the hey, I’m going to do it anyway. So even if The Slattern’s Mind Probe is not entirely innovative as a concept, what it lacks in originality, it will certainly more than make up for in quality by giving you the chance to peek inside some of the most interesting and funny brains I’ve had the pleasure to encounter since first sending up this little emotional distress signal one year ago. 

My first guest is the fabulous Cristy Carrington Lewis, aka Miss Snarky Pants, my oldest blogging buddy and soulmate in snark. The Alt Mrs. Sedaris is a recovering lawyer…

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9 comments

  1. Julia Kovach

    A humor blog for horrible people? I am SO in the right place! And a vegan? I think I just found my soul sister! lol Thanks for a good read, girlfriend. You rock. xoJulia

  2. AngryDemon

    1.Fuck-a-doodle-doo…is that a new form of yodeling?
    2. On synchronized swimming try this formula –> Viking hat+bikini chainmail+Battle axe+ a Metal Opera = solid Olympic Gold.

  3. Kylie

    Your answers were snarktastic.

    I know, I know, using ‘-tastic’ as a suffix is getting rather musty, but it’s all I could think of at this late hour.

    Also, I might have to use that photo for one of the Spam Chimp’s posts.

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