Sarah S.: Do not ask me how much I was paid to write my best-selling memoir, "The Bedwetter." It received a phenomenal review in the NY Times. The reviewer called a passage "crude and frantic brilliance."
marjorie: Wow! I wrote a memoir, too. And I was a bedwetter, too! I also vomited in bed and every night fell out of the bed. I lived the triple play of brilliance! But, you wrote the million dollar book. Let me go kill myself now.
Julie: I blogged about my experiences while cooking all the the recipes in the Julia Child cookbook. People loved the stories and the blog became a book and then a movie, starring Meryl Streep.
marjorie: My aunt Sadie did the exact same thing! She cooked all of Julia Child's recipes, too. She wrote about her adventure in a little diary, and I have that diary in a drawer. She told about the time she cooked that special split pea soup on her fire escape during a blackout. And when the lights went back on, she saw Bigfoot's face in that soup. That would have made an exciting movie! Let me go kill myself now.
"Sh*t My Dad Says" guy: Well, my dad always said 'sh*t' and 'f*ck' in his funny advice. It was a riot, so I posted all his lines on Twitter. People thought the Twitter page was hilarious. Every line was about sh*tting and f*cking! Not exactly a high-end sophisticated concept, but people loved it. The wildly popular Twitter page became a best-selling book and it is being made into TV series which will premiere on CBS in the fall. It stars the legendary William Shatner.
marjorie: Your Tweets about sh*tting and f*cking and your book about f*cking and sh*tting is now being made into a TV series? Let me go kill myself now.