Weekend Question Thread

Would you want to be famous? For what?


14 thoughts on “Weekend Question Thread

  1. Suzanne says:

    Maybe for 15 minutes.

  2. chicago dyke says:

    i would enjoy being famous for [bannable] cheney.
    i would enjoy being famous for curing cancer, or going into space, or winning an olympic contest. i’ve also always wanted to be able to sing. i’d settle for being a famous DJ, which i can actually do well even as my voice isn’t the greatest.

  3. Jude says:

    I’d like to be the Tiger Woods of fucking.

  4. Tommy T says:

    Already had mine, thanks.
    Back to the foot of the line for me…

  5. montag says:

    I kinda think being famous posthumously would be the best of both worlds. 🙂
    Anonymity in life, fame after death. Can’t possibly get a swelled head that way.
    For what? I dunno. The funniest joke in the world?

  6. dancinfool says:

    No. The Paparazzi should all starve to death.

  7. RAM says:

    Only if it got me free donuts. Those ones that look like bismarks but have vanilla pudding in them and chocolate on top. Otherwise, nope.

  8. pansypoo says:

    fame is a bitch. no. tho, better art sales would be nice.

  9. Russ says:

    Fame many times is just a pain in the ass because you are constantly grouped with other famous people who provide alot of the pain.

  10. driftglass says:

    “George Burns was right. Show business is a hideous bitch goddess.” — Bart Simpson.
    So, y’know, maybe just for a long weekend 🙂
    Also come by and give me all your money, ’cause dough beats fame like a rented mule: http://tinyurl.com/y8pzab4

  11. If recognized and respected are the same as being famous, then count me in. But if I have to get drunk in public and have a stalker photographer catch me flashing my johnson just so I land a spot in this week’s People, then no, I’m good.

  12. FeralLiberal says:

    No. I would prefer to be poor and anonymous to rich and famous (well, rich and anonymous would be OK). I couldn’t take the attention famous people get.

  13. I’m already famous for not being famous.

  14. Andy from Beaverton says:

    History shows us that the famous are rarely significant and the significant are rarely famous.

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