Yaaaaaay! This means I get to make at least five or six more “A Million Little (Something)” jokes!
Okay, here goes one:
That clicking sound you hear? A million little TiVos being set to record this show when it comes on this afternoon. (For those who don’t get to see it early in the day.)
I can’t wait.
6 thoughts on “A Million Little What-The-Fucks.”
>now that truth is told….frey will just disappear into the sea of normality as another rich white guy, whether he makes another book or not. hmmm, let's see. unless he kilt somebody and bang'd oprah….2 out 4 ain't bad for SLMF.where's oprah now, huh? i know her people HAD to get a whiff of the BV profile on you and SLMF. they gotta!
>Not to wish him ill, but a part of me is wondering if the dramatic addict (hey, that rhymes!) is going to take A Million Little Pills.
>hahahaha….hear that kanye! put her on da mike, maaaan!!!!but, on the real tho' lo (that rhymes too!)….SLMF is really good and YOU deserve your spot on "O".
>Thank you, Lance. Spoken like a true friend (with excellent taste in writers). 😉
>I saw him on Oprah and although he "fabricated" scenes in the book, people will probably still go out and get it–just to see what the hype is about.
>That's the tragically fascinating part, Shelia. It's amazing how much of what's going on with James Frey mirrors what happens in my new book sex.lies.murder.fame. (This isn't just a shameless plug.) The more my character Penn (who is an author, just like James) lies, and the more the lies are discovered (and, without giving anything away, his lies become progressively more horrid), the more famous he becomes. In The Age of Rewarding Bad Behavior, the villain is king.