Flutterpie has been such a loyal fan to GiggleSugar. It was really great to get to know her through this interview, and I loved her "free for all"! Very thoughtful!
GS: What’s your motto?
FP: It's not really a motto as much as it is a poem. It's called "Everything I Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten." It talks about everything from sharing to looking both ways before you cross the street to how everyone should take a nap.
GS: Where are you from?
FP: I'm a California girl, except I'm not orange.
GS: What do you do?
FP: I am a field representative for Boost Mobile. I went to fashion school and somehow ended up in telecommunications, go figure.
GS: How would you describe your sense of humor?
FP: Sarcastic, a lot of people don't know whether to take me seriously or not. I tell them if you have to choose, go with not taking me seriously.
GS: What’s your favorite GiggleSugar post?
FP: I love the videos that have clips from tv. I don't get to watch it much so when you post something funny, you're saving me the time of finding the remote. I love the Family Guy clips and Fire Marshall Bill with Jim Carrey.
GS: Who’s the cutest funny man and funny woman?
FP: You know, I would say Dane Cook is cute but I don't really find him funny. Sarah Silverman is cute until she opens her mouth and starts spewing profanities. Isn't there some kind law of physics that says you can't be movie star cute and movie star funny because then the world is off balance?
GS: Who are your favorite male and female comedians?
FP: Jay Mohr is hilarious live, although I'm not sure he does stand up anymore. Janeane Garofalo is another one of my favorites, but I'm not sure she does stand up anymore either.
GS: What’s your favorite comedy of all time?
FP: Glitter with Mariah Carey, I was laughing so hard I had tears in my eyes.
GS: If your life were a comedy, what would it be?
FP: Mean Girls, I truly believe life is just a big high school that we are all trying to fit into.
GS: Do you look like someone famous?
FP: I had a guy call me Drew Barrymore for a whole semester in college. But I think he was just trying to get down my pants.
Flutterpie Free For All: I wasted a lot of time not having a voice. When I realized that it was okay to be smart and to be funny, it was like a whole new world opened up to me. When I started accepting myself for who I was, my whole life changed. When I stopped counting calories and obsessively working out, I suddenly was free to live my life and do the things that I enjoyed, which was not being at the gym but playing outside. It's okay to be the one who laughs the loudest or the one who knows the answer. It's okay to eat some cake because it tastes good. When I sat back and assessed all those things, I realized that life really is good.
(Flutterpie with her adorable godson, Dane Cook, Sarah Silverman, Janeane Garofalo, Jay Mohr)