Sotano’s in Union Square-ish. Really, REALLY good comedians. They’re all Punch Line regulars. And me, Mimi. I went up at the Punch once. Twice actually but the first time I looked Puerto Rican so it doesn’t count.
I want to write a dating guide. Monday my boyfriend told me that when I get high and he’s trying to work and I keep showing him videos of puppies on the internet it can get kind of annoying. When your boyfriend tells you you can get kind of annoying it means you should write a book. So, I’m going to write a book about relationships. I think I know a bit because I’ve been in three long-term relationships, had a few flings with super hot dudes, I’ve been pregnant four times, I’ve been married once, I’m about to get divorced, and my current boyfriend looks like a European supermodel.
Here are a few things I’ve learned so far. I know that you shouldn’t marry someone whose dick you don’t want to put in your mouth. And, I know that it’s really important that their taste in music doesn’t make you want to petition for breeding restrictions in the south because if you have to listen to another rap album produced by someone named Lil’ Who-gives-a-fuck you’re going to kill yourself.
Now I just need to figure out how to write a chapter and what to make the chapters about. I should probably try reading books, too. I don’t do that very often.
But first. First, I’m going to get high and watch the Secret. Productivity!
“I would like to ask the nation, although this incident is of great concern, I ask you to react very calmly.”—Mr. Kan, regarding possible nuclear meltdown in Japan. “Shouldn’t have used the word ‘react’” - Mimi Vilmenay.
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After he announced that aid was being sent to Japan and that the US already has an air craft carrier stationed in Japan I wanted him to look directly into the camera and say, “You guys remember Pearl Harbor, right? Right.”
I don’t know who posted this but no one came up and talked to me and said “I read your blog” or “I’ve seen you on the internet”.
In fact, I’m offended by the amount of “fans” that didn’t show up. The show sold out. Some drunk guy hit on me. You guys missed out. I talked about Wu Tang and offended someone when I made a joke about being Haitian.
I’m working on a comparative essay where I discuss myself and Homer Simpson. I look forward to two people reading it.