You’ll hear me say this again, fairy tales are just that, fickle lies. Still, they’re vital to our lives, and how we learn how to live them. So … (Five Random Questions)
1. What’s your favorite Disney/Pixar/Fairy Tale story or film, and why?
2. If you could send an e-mail to President Obama, and knew he’d read it and respond, what would the subject be?
3. What’s one food you will never eat?
4. What’s the song that you play to set the mood right that NEVER fails? Just one song (that’s for me because y’all know I’ll have my own playlist)?
5. What is one place in the continental United States that you haven’t visited that you must get to before you kick the bucket?
****Extra: I’m participating in a speed dating event on Tuesday for “research purposes.” If you know me or if you’re comprehending what you’re reading, you know there’s no way I’d consider starting a relationship from this. … Still, what would be one good question you’d ask 20 women you’re going to get five minutes with each?
True story from the open mic night I attended on Tuesday, which featured Malik Yusef. He’s signed to Kanye’s GOOD Music and is one of the dopest wordsmiths in the game. Here’s the simple version of how I met him. I told the story in a status update:
Damon S.: The lady at the door just told Malik Yusef: “Five dollars.” … To which I replied, “He’s not paying.” … Oh, the unintentional hilarity. …
She proceeded to jokingly ask me if I was going to pay for him. … *crickets*
the first response came from Chi-town’s Crys: LMAO!! She should go home early. By early I mean NOW.
Also, I recited a poem about a male’s perspective on abortion that I’ll post sometime next week. Yusef liked it and said he might actually stop thru the blog at some point. Pretty cool.
Next week: The first letter is to the homey JLBD, one of my best friends. But it relates to everyone who wants to get married or people who sit through weddings.