Friday, October 28, 2016

Ice Queen monologue from comedy stage play Somebody Famous

by D. M. Larson

Is she playing an ice queen with a stick up her butt?

I don’t understand why she doesn’t like me. What have I done to her? I mean I practically worship her and all she does is throw insults at me and trashes my presents.

Well, I’ve written her a letter almost every day since she’s been here and she hasn’t written back. In fact she trashes my letters.

I know because I go through her trash.

And I made her these little pictures with me and her doing things together like going to movie premieres and going to the beach…

I cut pictures out of magazines of her and take photos of me and put them together. I sometimes put my head on pictures of Pamela Anderson when I can find them because we have real similar figures.

But she ripped up the last picture I made right in front of me. I swear I’m going to resign as the president of her fan club.


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