Kim Kardashian’s Comeback

I didn’t ask to be sucked down the rabbit hole of “Kimye.” Hell, it was the nanny agency’s idea. I don’t even know how they picked my agency, to be honest. Yet for some reason, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian called my agency to find a male nanny for their new baby – North West, as all bloggers and comedians know – and I won the lottery. For the next two-and-a-half months, I was driven privately to Kris Jenner’s mansion, where the new family was staying. Although Kanye wasn’t letting the Kardashian reality show cameras in to film the family, I still had to sign my share of non-disclosure forms. I worked in shifts with a female nanny, while trying not to listen too much to the parents – both for the sake of my job and my sanity. While half the world would love – or hate to love – listening to them every day, the other half would…

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Yvonne Strahovski – Comic Con Virgin

I stumbled into the lobby of the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel in San Diego, but not out of being drunk. Not in the alcoholic sense. Whatever kind of drunk you can get from your first day at your first Comic Con, this was what I was on. It took me long enough to take in the regular spectacle, before I actually got to attend my first panel. In fact, it was the last one for “Dexter” to honor its ongoing final season. As if that wasn’t enough when it was over, I got my way through a crowd of autograph seekers and got a signature from “Dexter” femme fatale Yvonne Strahovski. I spent the first minute in my lobby chair studying that signature, then the next few going over all my other new memorabilia. I went back to the autograph as I heard someone walking nearby, then heard someone plop into the chair next to me. I turned my…

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Britney Spears – Take on me

A row of clear fluorescent lights were attached to the white ceiling but with no need to be activated. Across the right side of the room was a set of glass windows stretching across the entire wall, divided by four small pieces. The color of the room was white, all visible from the bright sunlight that lit up the room from outside. Beyond the glass was an ocean view as the building itself sat among the east side of South Beach. On the other side of the room was a makeup table and an open closet filled with various articles of clothing. Two chairs The building itself belonged to a production studio operating under the name of True Blue. It was a recent studio that had only popped up just three years ago after two previously smaller studios had merged together under a corporate buyout. None of this mattered to the man sitting alone in the room, patiently waiting for…

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