This is an update on yesterday’s super-exciting post so if you missed it you need to go there and read it first because otherwise you are going to be totally more confused than usual.
Guy Kawasaki is pretty much completely in love with me and this marks the first time ever that I’ve been myself around a celebrity and they didn’t look at me like I shit on the floor. I was certain that after my last email he would have banned my blog from the cool kid list forever but in fact, he actually continued to email me:
35,000 pageviews ain’t hay as they say in Texas? (Do they really say this in Texas?) I didn’t invent the motorcycle but people think I look like Jackie Chan.
I’m disappointed about the motorcycle thing but the good news is that
Jackie Chan is totally hot. (As evidenced by this picture of my
black-market-Chinese-copy of Cannonball Run which is completely
Also, I’m a fifth generation Texan and I’ve never heard anyone say that hay
thing in my entire life. But in honor of you I am totally going to start
saying it all the time.
And then Guy twittered about me, which is like winning an Oscar for best design of a battery-operated series of fog machines. Totally amazing and kind of embarrassing all at the same time. Also? Nothing to
sneer at make hay about.
Anyway, I’d just like to thank Mr. Kawasaki for being the one of the first genuinely nice celebrities to not make me feel like a total douchebag and I plan on sending a copy of this to Ken Hoffman who could certainly take a lesson from Guy and needs to realize that just acknowledging a fan letter won’t mean that I’ll get all delusional and suddenly be convinced that we’re now “best friends forever” and show up at your house on holidays. It’s too late now, Ken, but it would have meant a lot to me way back when I was just some random chick to you. Back when I wasn’t engaged to Guy Kawasaki.
I’d also like to point out that when you google “Ken Hoffman” (who is a well-known columnist and author) the 6th thing that pops up is “Ken Hoffman is a jerk” which unfortunately I have to agree with (and which coincidentally I wrote myself).
Sorry, Ken. Guess you shouldn’t have made hay
at me with me too me out of me.
PS. Guy, this hay phrase is really not working for me. How about instead I make your name into a verb? Like “Hell yes! My blog got Kawasakied today!”
Kawasakied: To be acknowledged by someone who totally kicks ass but if you told your mom about it she’d be like “What? What’s a blog? Hey, is that the guy who invented the motorcycle?”