I've been interviewed a few times and have gotten to blather on All About Me. . . and during the interviews I even told a version of the truth.
What a mistake, a waste of paper and bandwidth. Oh, how I wish I'd thought of this method instead. I should have asked the public to come up with my biography instead-- a la Liz at blondsense: Bugger. I can't seem to link to the memories, which are the best part. Does this work? (Yes! thank you, Liz)
You post a comment with a made-up, as in fictional, memory of you and the subject. It can be anything you want. Good or bad, it has to be fake.
IF this were a group blog, I'd definitely aim it at someone else.
I'm tempted to make you all post memories of you and Candy or maybe you and Doug. **
Heck, why not. . . Make it pg-13 at most, please.
Pick one of the players: Doug, or Candy and write a memory. The best one gets socks or mittens (I have a lovely pair all picked out-- my Fredneckian friend never identified herself in the last sox give-away. Bad girl.) I'm going to find an impartial judge (maybe Liz or Mule will do it). Doug and Candy can enter but only if they write about the other biographical subject.
And I think it'll end maybe ....ummmmmm in a week.
**legal fine print: If either Doug or Candy start to whine, I'll change the player.