Hollywood director/writer/producer. Rabble rouser and All American Uppity Woman. See my feature film THE COMMUNE at Netflix, Amazon, and iTunes.
Kid Sis is OFF the market, boys (or girls, I'm not judging).-Otis
Sis you are sooooo funny! I wish I lived near you, I'd make you be my friend!!!I love reading your stuff. I'm learning, and enjoying.You're a cool chick. (respectfully intended)Lynne
Nurse Sis is visiting your Bro and me. We all want a litle bit more information. Your nieces are just amused I think. I think you should take some time to elaborate - at least with your family!~ Sis-in-Law
Tee-hee...but this is so much more fun!
Hey, in my defense, I left Nurse Sis a few messages...
Does this have something to do with the strip-tease class you're taking?NN
Speaking of danger... saw this query letter and thought you would appreciate it (I, myself, am totally thinking about ripping it off):WHEN HAIRLESS SQUIRRELS ATTACKA Halloween road trip ends in a bizarre car accident.Genre: HorrorA girl and her friends are about to have the most terrifying and unusual Halloween of their lives, when a car accident with a hairless squirrel, leaves them stranded in dark and rainy woods where the horror truly begins.NN
NN,Oh, the horror's already began.Otis, Nah.Funnigirl, thanks! But hey, we are friends!
The horror's already begun?I knew it! You joined the Moonies! That's what the dress is for!NN
Whoah... I mean I know you're sort of spontaneous... but whoah...
NN,Come on, you know from that site the correct way to querry Hollywood are to uses good punctuetion!Nicholas, this is too much fun. I was going to tell you all, but now I'm smiling so much I may have to wait a while longer...
NN, I do have an M on both palms...
This wouldn't have anything to do with things that resemble sturgeons, would it?...
Ohhh...the first time I've been stumped. Now what the hell are you talking about?:)
hmmm, wedding dress? (puts checkmark next to Fantasy #4)
"Resemble" = "Like""Sturgeon" = rhymes with "Surgeon", or say, "Virgin"... I suppose trying to cryptically reference Madonna via an artifical rhyming slang is a bit arcane, yes? (I claim half-credit for my guess anyhoo, as referring to 80's-era Madonna means dancing was implied... right?... Bueller?...)
Waaaay too much for me. Get it now, though.
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