Zach Coulter – Banana Slicer

  • Maggie Faris

    I have a real question for you zach…

  • Maggie Faris

    Everyday I see a link to the banana slicer video. Its something I have no desire of clicking on. But the last couple of days I’ve noticed you endorsed this video. Do you think its really worth my time of clicking on it and watching it? How long do you think it is? If I click on it do you think there will just put up more shitty suggestions of what I should click on because i clicked on this? I’m just not sure I’m ready to do it. What do you think?

  • Zach Coulter

    Ok, first of all I’m really glad that you came to me with this. That was a really responsible, adult decision and you should be praised for that. Now, to your question, it’s not a video. It’s a set of reviews written on amazon.com. They are hilarious. Seriously hilarious. People should think long and hard before they agree to read them. They need to ask themselves, “do I enjoy hilarious things?” And if the answer is no, they need to move on to the next distraction.

  • Maggie Faris

    hmmm, wow. First of all I appreciate your feedback. It is truly inspiring. I do enjoy hilarious things but sometimes something someone thinks is hilarious to them isn’t necessarily hilarious to me. How will I know if we think similar things are hilarious? I’m just so worried about the risk. If I don’t like it I feel like I will have wasted so much time…

  • Zach Coulter

    And you will have!

    Countless hours…

    Poring over thousands upon thousands of reviews…

  • Maggie Faris

    but maybe I would rater waste time debating if i should click on it rather than actually clicking on it?

  • Zach Coulter

    I don’t know what you’re talking about.

    That’s just crazy.

    Are you on bath salts?

    J/K

    BFF

    Stay cool!

    Have a totally great summer!

  • Maggie Faris

    This is how it teases me…

  • Maggie Faris

    “this is funny”

    Well is it?

  • Zach Coulter

    Yes.

    To me.

    To you?

    Who’s to say?

  • Maggie Faris

    I see that

  • Zach Coulter

    Have you ever thought about purchasing a banana slicer?

  • Maggie Faris

    i fell like I’m fifty-fifty on clicking it. I was only like 25-75 before i talked to you though

  • Zach Coulter

    Whoa! Slow down Maggie! I feel like you’re rushing into this!

  • Maggie Faris

    I know. Let me sleep on it. But I do appreciate you talking me through it.

  • Zach Coulter

    Absolutely, anytime. Here is a website that should be helpful, www.shouldireadtheamazonreviewsofthebananaslicerornot.com.

    You can also buy a banana slicer on that site, so it’s convenient.

  • Maggie Faris

    Awesome! I’ll go there now!

    Ok, enjoy. There are hundreds of articles there, all the most recent research. You’ll be reading for hours.

    Ha! That’s awesome!

    yeah. But would you endorse it on facebook? is it as awesome as banana slicer?

    I just did.
    Wait, is it not published yet?

    hmmm, oh yes, you did.
    no it is

    Oh, right on. Is that ok?

    I can always ad this part of our conversation

    I dunno. I feel like we really dropped off in the charming/silly department.
    People don’t need to see that.
    They don’t want to see the sad face behind the clown mask.

    This is art dummy!

    I know. That’s why I’m being so emotional about it.

    I feel you friend.

    Art is just the best, ya know?
    I love art so damn hard.

    I don’t know, not as much as banana slicers

    Well, sure. You got me there.

    goodnight! (drops mic)

What gives Tivoli?

I was auctioning off my number one fan spot this week on ebay and it would have relevant ads at the bottom of the auction page. I am assuming this was based on key words in the description of the auction.
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The one most funny to me, besides Joel Chasnoff as seen in the Jerusalem Post, was that you could find Maggie online at Target.  So I clicked on that and found there were

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That’s right. 905 items, when you search “Maggie” at Target.

The whole first page were bags and purses.  actually most of the pages were purses and bags.  So now, in addition to “Maggie” being the most popular name of all dogs everywhere.  I am a purse.  I have decided to ask my friend Tivoli, who works at Target, and I do believe at some point, was a bag designer, what gives.

Which would you rather be?  A purse? or a Dog?

I’ll stick with dog but I suggest you do a search of your own first name at target.com to see what may pop up.  I’ll let you know what Tivoli says…

 

This is my new Blog Space

I like having some space where I can talk about stuff, and this is it!  First of all, I like to have on record, for the search engines, that a lot of people spell my name wrong and I am going to cite some examples of the way they spell it so that the search engines may still point a baid spallar to my page.

Magy Faris

Maggy Faris

Magie Faris

Magge Faris

Maggi Faris

Maggey Faris

Those are common ways of screwing up my first name.  The correct spelling of my first name is Maggie.  Thank you

Now on to my last name.  I do not have a day off.  It is not Ferris, or Farris, or feris, or faras, or fairis, or farrs.  The correct spelling of my last name is Faris.  Spelled like Paris, the city, except with an ‘F’.

Yes my initials are MF, yes I wish they were BMF.  Thank you.