Okay, maybe the second part of that title isn’t true in the sense that you’re thinking. I won’t be on TV for Nickelodeon. The first part of the title is totally true. Marc Summers should absolutely look out for me. I’ve got a Double Dare I think he will like.
Now back to me.
For some insane reason, I’m now one of the writers for NickMom.com. It’s run by Nickelodeon (obviously) and I am now a contributing writer to them. Cool, huh?
Yes, I know I’m not a mom, but that’s the part that’s so cool. I’m so good they wanted me even though I’m not a mom. I’m pretty much in high demand after that video interview with Wendi McLendon-Covey.
None of that about being in high demand is true, but if you believe it, then I should also tell you I weigh 110 pounds and have the singing voice of an angel.
My posts for NickMom will be short and hilarious. Here’s my first post over there. Please go to the link below and show NickMom that you love me and that I should eventually take over the network and run all things Nickelodeon.
I can then move on to MTV. I don’t want to shoot to high at the beginning.
Did you know Nickelodeon is owned by the same company that owns MTV?
Yeah, I totally knew that too.
Seriously though, go to this link and read the list of my 9 suggested ways to answer a telemarketer phone call. It’s funny and you’ll learn something too. After all, isn’t that what Nickelodeon is all about? (Cue inspirational music and video of a shooting star.)
Don’t make me beg. Check out this link so Nickelodeon doesn’t fire me after one post. I suspect I’ll mess this gig up on my own.
Note to self: Don’t cuss on Nickelodeon. After all, You Can’t Do That On Television.
Yeah, I totally went there.
Now you need to go here.
And seriously Marc Summers. Watch yourself.