today i interviewed 15yr old lauren pony in a photo essay…
anna always tells me that i never tell the loyal readers of the blog when i have done a new photo essay or a new interview or done something to the web site.
so since i told her i wasnt going to do anything like that until she came back to tennis (which she did yesterday in Dublin) follwing her most recent injury… where was i?
oh yeah, i had the opportunity to chat with one of the hottest new girls of bloggerdom, lauren from madpony.
lauren is fifteen, an equestrian rider, is that how you say it? and an all-around funny chick.
my guess is she really does know how many days are in november.
her older sister kristin is in a sorority in oklahoma and will hopefully agree to an interview soon too.
people write in and ask me why i give these girls so much love. thats easy. they’re funny. theyre smart.
and they both hype the busblog nearly every day.
they credit this blog with the success of their blog, which has only been around for less than a month, and yet i havent made their hall of fame. interesting. perhaps there is more to the nomination process than meets the eye.
some things that did not come out in the interview: lauren is a super fast typist. its crazy. she can do three lines before im done snorting one. [ rimshot ].
she really does like the pancake maker that was first popularized when my good pals bonnie and charlie got one for me for my birthday. see, those two kids’ love has spread across this great land of ours.
is lauren taken? well thats a question that i didnt bother to ask. for all you boys still in highschool, lets just say perhaps you should ask her yourself. for all those men out of her age group, yes, shes taken and shes jailbait, so move on.
regardless, here is the interview. click the pictures to advance to the next page, and feel free to tell me how great it all was in the comments below.
[editor’s note, long time readers of the busblog know, but the newbies might not, it was because of a post by Lauren in Madpony where she killed me in her fictional tale that inspired me to run with her storyline that led to what is now known as Stiff… on sale now… makes a great gift…]