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Template for Sir Mix-a-Lot Q and A

I overheard a colleague mention trying to set up an interview with Sir Mix-a-Lot.

As you might already know, the beloved performer and backside fan will be appearing at our annual downtown food festival, Everywhere There's Lots of Piggies (Leading Piggy Lives).

Anyway, the reporter in question is a good guy. He works hard and has a lot on his plate. So I thought maybe I could help him by preparing a Q and A template for the interview. No need to thank me.

SR: What have you heard about Spokane women and their relative consumption of red beans and rice?

Sir Mix-a-Lot:

SR: So your real name is Anthony Ray, right? When did you become a member of the nobility?

Sir Mix-a-Lot:

SR: Washington is your home. Have you spent much time in Colville or Colfax? 

Sir Mix-a-Lot:

SR: Did you worry that your song "Put 'Em on the Glass" might encourage women to engage in practices that might not be regarded as safe motoring?

Sir Mix-a-Lot:

SR: Which is correct, "Baby Got Back" or "Baby's Got Back"?

Sir Mix-a-Lot:

SR: Why didn't "Got Buns?" achieve the prominence of "Got Milk?"

Sir Mix-a-Lot:

SR: How important are reptile images in your poetry?

Sir Mix-a-Lot:

SR: Is it true that you cannot lie?

Sir Mix-a-Lot:

Thanks a lot, Sir.   



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