Why I should have my own show pt 1

November 28, 2010 at 1:52 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

I know, I know everyone wants their own show. They think it’ll make them famous, but you probably already have to be famous to get your own show for the most part. I don’t want a show in order to be famous. Hell I don’t care if I’m actually in it.  I just believe that the things that happen to me are so weird and funny that my life should be a show. A reality show would be the last thing that would give it justice really, but my life could easily be a sitcom or a cartoon. A comic would work too.  Really it would be like one of those Nickelodeon or Disney shows like icarly, Even Stevens or something.

I said a few posts ago that my life’s  like the Apprentice, which it is, but when you combine that with The Fame hilarity ensues and that hilarity is y life. If you’ve been reading my posts you know I’m obsessed with Lady Gaga so when I say the Fame I say it with what her definition. Everyone can have the Fame whether you’re actually  famous or not.

So what happened this past week?

1. I was kidnapped

2. I had to basically run from people…I think people think I’m famous or something.  It keeps leading to really awkward situations which I’ll get to another time…I feel like I need a body-guard quite often…

3. A lady tried buying Dane Cook tix from me that I don’t have.  Not to mention Dane Cook was in Richmond several weeks ago…and I don’t even like Dane Cook.

4. Saw a Segway Tour. They always make me laugh.  It’s a shame the Segway creator drove off a cliff on a Segway…

5. I went back to the Martin Agency so I thought I was on Mad Men. I wasn’t doing any advertising while I was there though…but I did see the Geico Gecko.

Kagehime

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1 Comment

  1. Why I should have my own show pt 3 « Kagehime's Pop Heart said,

    […] part three and  the end of the series of why I should have my own show. In part 1, I mentioned that I had the Fame and would explain it more so here I go. Seriously how many […]

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