Anonymous asked: If I met you last night and wanted to talk to you more how would I get in touch with you?
Message me on Facebook. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Anonymous asked: I'd like to send you a direct message about booking, but you don't have an email address or DM available on your FB page. How can I contact you directly?
Sorry, I don’t check this very often. You can email me at email@example.com.
Anonymous asked: are you single? if so, what do you look for in a woman?
Good question: I like girls with Polio, but also a little bit of Dance Fever.
Anonymous asked: Do you actually believe that talking trash about the physical appearance of a 65 year old woman is clever and hilarious? It's not. It's cruel and pathetic.
Ooooohh… A crazy contest, ay??? LI accept your challenge.
RHINO VAGINA! RHINO VAGINA! RHINO VAGINA!
(This response was paid for by the campaign for Langston Kerman Against Defenseless Old Women 2012)
sparkyclarky asked: I saw you at the comedy studio last night and awkwardly told you after the show that you were hilarious which is dumb because of course you were hilarious. You're a PROFESSIONAL COMEDIAN. What I wish I could've said to you (and everyone else, too,) was that you inspired me, which is almost worse to write let alone walk up to you and say so I just left. Like an asshole. but you are NOT an asshole. You are a great comedian. There is no question here, just wanted you to know you have a fan in NYC.
WOOOWWWW!!!! You have no idea how much I appreciate your kind words. Most people forget our names after the shows, so for you to take the time to find me in the deep vastness that is the Internet makes you the second most awesome lady I can think of (the first being Brooklyn Decker — She’s a real champion). Thanks again. It really does mean a lot.