I spent two years, working on a popular reality show. I made my way up from a lowly Production Assistant to an Associate Producer, but I quit the day Deb from clearance started decorating the office window with Halloween decals a month in advance. It wasn’t the fact she was covering up our only natural light source with pumpkins that felt so suffocating, it was the sudden realization that there was no light at this job for me. I didn’t want to become a producer.
Me talking: So here she "makes her way up." to be a producer on this "popular reality show," but she quits in September(a month before Halloween.) So sudden realizations and insipid coworkers, who displeased the self satisfied Stephanie Willen, are the implicit and explicit reasons for the cessation of Willen's illustrious reality TV future.
Well, at least that's the story as of column 19 - in what amounts to a stolen Mcsweeney's contest win(but that's a whole other terrible and true story.)
Let us flash back to 10 columns before, and my least favorite fabulist once again has failed to fabricate effectively:
Me talking: No Deb from clearance. No pumpkins. No quitting. Now it's not September see... It's a different holiday now- pre Christmas or something, and a Todd spots that something special in our disturbingly disturbed and deceptive dilettante oops I mean our hapless but so very sure she's super special protagonist. She's thrilled. Who wouldn't be. Now she can stop working for that hag Amy Alkon and grifting while living with two women she keeps accusing of being domestic abusers, racists,and antisemites. Wait no that would be the real story if the producer promotion tale was true. Don't mind me and the facts though...Just read what she wrote when forgetting the lies of columns to come.
These Mcsweeney lies are such benign lies compared to the evil and malicious lies she told against me. Malicious and deeply destructive lies leading to my discovery of the more benign lies and to the loss of what she stole from my sister and I? That is some interesting form of poetic justice if so.