Tuesday, December 7, 2010

An Interview with the Wife of Cheeseboy (If she would actually do an interview with me.)

The following is an interview with my wife.  Not a real interview - of course, she would never agree to an interview for this blog.  Rather, it is my interpretation of exactly how the interview would go if she were to agree to such a thing.  


In case you were wondering, this post is actually an attempt to get my wife to laugh out loud at a blog post, which is such a rare occasion that when it does happen, it kinda makes my day.  Anyway, off to the interview...

Cheeseboy: I am so happy that you agreed to do this.  Never in a million years would I think that you would agree to do this.

Beloved Wife: Yeah, well technically I didn't agree to this at all.  Technically, you are just making up every  thing I am saying right now.

Cheeseboy: Yes, well should we start with the questions then?

Beloved Wife: Sure.

CB: Okay, question number one - the question all my readers have been dying to know:  What's it like being married to such a funny and awesome guy?

BW: Ha ha. You're such a dork.

CB: That may be true.  But that wasn't the question.  The question was what's it like to be married to such a funny and handsome man?

BW: I don't know.  You're a dork.

CB: Alright, next question.  What is your favorite Cheeseboy post of all time?

BW:  I don't know.

CB: Come on. There has to be one that stands out.  Just one?

BW:  I don't know.  I really don't.

CB:  Nothing comes to mind?

BW: I don't know.

CB:  Alright, that wraps up the first (and likely only) ever interview with Cheeseboy's wife.  Thank you, beloved wife for your time.

49 comments:

Donda said...

HAHAHA That's funny! I almost feel bad for you, ya dork heheheheeh

Teachinfourth said...

Hmmm…it actually sounds pretty accurate. Are you sure you weren't actually interviewing her?

Oilfield Trash said...

Awesome.

Kristina P. said...

She is clearly a very smart woman.

T said...

hmmm... I seem to recall that she got QUITE a bit of enjoyment out of that arm-hair waxing post... that's probably her favorite.

mice_aliling said...

I was laughing from the start till the end. I'm sure she would be, too :)

One Cluttered Brain said...

rofl!!
WHAT? i'm shocked, she doesnt read your blog?
lol.
It figures.
Well we dorks have got to stick together...

Sandra said...

This is hilarious and brilliant! And I think we need to form a support group for ourselves: Bloggers who have Unsupportive Spouses Who Don't Even Read our Fricken Blogs How RUde!....too long? Well, we can work on the name.

Saimi said...

Ha! Just proves how well you know your wife!!!

SherilinR said...

my husband doesn't read mine either. probably figures by now he's heard everything i've got to say, so why bother.
btw, you're a dork.

Baby Sister said...

I think she's saving her favorite for when you dress up in a Barney suit...

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

And did she laugh? I hope so. I can't imagine what it's like for her with all that male
hamming-it-up energy in the house.
But you are all so darn cute. xo

Yanet @ 3 Sun Kissed Boys said...

Really, she doesn't find your blog funny?! How's that possible?

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

This is why I'll never interview my wife either!

Mamma has spoken said...

You knew her answers, and yet you went ahead and posted about them. Oh well my hubby doesn't read my blog either....

Anything Fits A Naked Man said...

I like your wife!

Jenn said...

What? Your wife doesn't laugh uncontrollably every time she reads your blog?? Maybe you should take her to the doctor????

-stephanie- said...

She sounds perfect for you. Keeps you humble.

Lindsay Blogs said...

That's awesome! That's about how an interview with my hubs would go, should he ever agree to one. LOL

The Church Lady said...

I cracked up at the title BEFORE I even read this post! I sure hope she gets a chuckle out of this one. I'm sure her life is amusing enough without having to read your blog.

Great post!

The Invisible Seductress said...

Your dorkiness is palpable here..


Laughing...Honestly this was hilarious!!!

Pedaling said...

kinda reminds me of that program, "She's just not that in to you."

Eva Gallant said...

So did she concur with the answers to your questions? My hubby reads my blog faithfully; it's both a blessing and a curse!

Marlene said...

Too funny!!

imbeingheldhostage said...

I agree with T, not quite sure how that arm-waxing post could have escaped her memory.

Joann Mannix said...

Don't worry Dork, no one in my family has any opinions on my blog either. Although, they do look pretty alarmed when I start talking about my blog friends, like, "There she goes again. Talking about her imaginary friends."

I also have no opinions when it comes to my husband, most of the time.

Impulsive Addict said...

Well, at least she's beautiful! Maybe you could black-mail her into reading your blog. Just a thought...

FluffyChicky said...

That sounds a lot like an interview that will never happen with my husband. I'd be all "So, dearest treasure of mine, what is your favorite post that I have composed?" and he'd be all "You still blog? Jeez! Get a real life woman!" And then the interview would end with an interview with law enforcement agents because of a suddent domestic violence incident.

Hart Johnson said...

*snicker* I ought to "interview" Mr. Tart. (he doesn't even know the NAME of my blog) *shifty*

Kal said...

This is why I have a young aboriginal assistant and not a wife. That punk feeds me any smack and I can replace her before the next pay period. Wives seem all about how they destroy your will to live, then give you hope, then crush you all over again. I think I will get some grapes peeled for me now. 'Running Crow', get over here and bring the grapes!"

M-Cat said...

I felt like I was right there, and I am almost positive you got the answers down pat!

Melinda said...

Being married to a dork is awesome...most of the time. Sometimes it gets well...a little dorky.

(HAHA another weird button!! Me loves it!)

Mighty M said...

Your wife is wise beyond her years. ;)

Boobies said...

LMAO! Fantastic interview..move over Barbara Walters!

Emmy said...

Lol! Poor cheeseboy, even in your pretend interviews you are called a dork :)

tammy said...

So, did it work?

I call my husband a dork all the time too. Just another way our families are so alike.

"Miss Bee" said...

Has she already seen this? If not, see if you can sweet talk the answers from her and then compare to see how well you did! Love it!

wendy said...

She looks like a pretty classy lady
even though she never really consented to an interview.

Maybe If YOU were Barbara Walters....she'd have better answers.

GrammyMouseTails said...

Wow, she almost really sounds kinda sincere! You sure are a lucky guy.

Kelley said...

Hahaha!! I am cracking up over that because that's EXACTLY what an interview would be like between my husband and me. I just went on and on about how Luby's was going to mail me a gift card and a cookbook b/c of my Cafteria lady post. He said he'd read THAT post, he guessed. He still hasn't read it. Oh, well.

Marnie said...

My husband doesn't really read my blog either...unless I make him...and then I may get a *snort* out of him. Our spouses are tough customers.

Hey...you're getting there...soon 500 followers :0)

Corrina Terry said...

That seems to be the case with most of us bloggers. Our spouses don't really read (or care much) about what we write. Oh well! They appreciate us in other ways. Nice "interview." It gives me an idea to try this w/my hubby sometime . . .

lisleman said...

well you do know when to wrap it up. good move

Holly Ruggiero said...

I have to say your “wife” is pretty ambiguous when answering your questions.

baygirl32 said...

Love it!

Sara @ Domestically Challenged said...

Can you see why Corey is never allowed on my blog? SAME.THING. Sheesh

Kristen said...

I asked my hubby to read a post 2x. Those are will be the first and last time I do that. He doesn't think m posts are funny, or sarcastic. He thinks I am being serious, which I rarely am in writing, but always am in life. This was a good one - Your son is a mini you in that picture so that was what made it even funnier... ;)

The Mom @ Babes in Hairland said...

Haha -- so very funny. She's there to keep you humble - that's my vote!

Pat said...

She's right. You ARE a dork! But we still love ya!