Is it Frankelgoogelpopper? Is it Srazzeldumpling? Is it Rumpelstumpelbumpel?

June 12, 2007 at 8:29 am (Uncategorized)

Everyone wants to know who she is. It’s the make-ups, break-ups and fuck-ups that hooks them every time. It’s amazing what a bit of mystery can do to attract people (myself included!) so I wasn’t really surprised when people asked me about a post I’d written earlier.
The list of truth and lies had one point where I said I’d discovered the popular Ms Toast (or is that Ms Peas?) and several people asked me who she is. Well? I’m not telling okay. My obsession with knowing who the person really is (remember Ben Trovato? Yep, him too. Nope, I’m not telling) is enough to get me searching but not necessarily sharing.
But I digress. I don’t know her at all and we have nothing in common other than reading and writing random things in cyberspace for people we (mostly) don’t know but I figured if she wanted you to know, she’d tell you. So don’t ask me.
And if you really, seriously will-die-if-you-don’t type of want to know then do it the same way I or anyone under the age of 40 would for that matter: use the Internet.
Me saying who she is on this blog would be a bit like being the Grade 1 kid who squeals when the teacher wants to know who wrote “bum” on the blackboard while she was out. It’s just mean.
Anyway, enough of this. I will not answer you if you ask me who she is. Ask her yourself – who knows she might just tell ya. It’s all in a name.

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6 Comments

  1. Louisa said,

    There are people who don’t know? really?
    Oh well in that case I’m not saying either… 😉

  2. madamm said,

    nai seriously, do you then know?

  3. Louisa said,

    Let’s just say I have very strong suspicions…

  4. tbhanks said,

    There are indeed people who do not know. I didn’t know until very recently either. Us capetonians can be rather slow on the uptake it seems.

  5. madamm said,

    strong suspicions? But is she like a famous person?

  6. tbhanks said,

    I didn’t recognise her name when I saw it. Not even a vague flicker of recognition.

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