Category: The Fake Interview

Five Fake Questions for: Holla!

(A a series of imaginary conversations with area newsmakers by Native Angeleno Editor At Lunch Stacey Grenrock Woods. In order to adequately hold their feet to the fire, Editor Woods will be supplying not only the questions, but what she believes would be the newsmakers answers as well. This week we are thrilled to bring our readers a major Native Angeleno exclusive: our interview with LA’s most beloved word: Hollah!)

Q: Why do people say you?
A: You know, just to say “yo” or “what up” and whatnot. Like, if you see your boy at the club, you could be like, “Is that my boy over there? Holla!” Or you could say like, “Aight, I’ll holla at you later.”

Q. So you’re short for “holler”?
A: Basically, yeah.

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Five Fake Questions for: Kale

(A a series of imaginary conversations with area newsmakers by Native Angeleno Editor At Lunch Stacey Grenrock Woods. In order to adequately hold their feet to the fire, Editor Woods will be supplying not only the questions, but what she believes would be the newsmakers answers as well. This week we are thrilled to bring our readers a major Native Angeleno exclusive: our interview with LA’s most belove food: Kale)

1: You seem to be everywhere lately. Why?
A: I know, right? I mean, I guess people are just getting hip to my awesome nutrition and versatility. I’m loaded with fiber and antioxidants, and I taste great to boot!

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Five Fake Questions For: The Inventor of Latte Art

(This is the second interview in a series of imaginary conversations with area newsmakers by Native Angeleno Editor At Lunch Stacey Grenrock Woods.  In order to adequately hold their feet to the fire, Editor Woods will be supplying not only the questions, but what she believes would be the newsmakers answers as well. This week we are thrilled to bring our readers a major Native Angeleno exclusive: our interview with the Inventor of Latte Art)

1. How did you stumble upon latte art?
A: Well, I’m a barista, and I was just making a latte one day, and I was like, “I’ll do a little design in the foam.” So I did.

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Five Fake Questions for: Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa

(This is the second interview in a series of imaginary conversations with area newsmakers by Native Angeleno Editor At Lunch Stacey Grenrock Woods.  In order to adequately hold their feet to the fire, Editor Woods will be supplying not only the questions, but what she believes would be the newsmakers answers as well. This week we are thrilled to bring our readers a major Native Angeleno exclusive: our imaginary interview with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa )

1. Hey man. Anything going on tonight? Any cool parties?
A: Not that I know of, no.

2: Why do people call you “Tony Grossers”?
A: Nobody calls me that.
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Five Fake Questions for: The Standard Hotel Downtown Pool Party

(This is the second interview in a series of imaginary conversations with area newsmakers by Native Angeleno Editor At Lunch Stacey Grenrock Woods.  In order to adequately hold their feet to the fire, Editor Woods will be supplying not only the questions, but what she believes would be the newsmakers answers as well.)

1. What percentage of you people are just chillin’ and what percentage are keepin’ it real?
A: We’re all just keepin’ it real, twenty-four seven.

2. Do you come here because you don’t have pools of your own?
A: The pool’s awesome.

3.  What’s that you’re drinking?
A: This here? This here’s a mojito. You want some?

4. No. Does it still cost  twenty dollars to park here?
A: Have a drink! Why you gotta be a little bitch?

5. Why do you have to wear a porkpie hat?
A: You wanna go? ‘Cause we can go if you wanna go. I can throw down right here. You wanna go?

Stacey Grenrock Woods is Editor at Lunch of the Native Angeleno. 

Five Fake Questions for: The Thing in The Middle of My Street

(This is the first interview in a series of imaginary conversations with area newsmakers by Native Angeleno Editor At Lunch Stacey Grenrock Woods.  In order to adequately hold their feet to the fire, Editor Woods will be supplying not only the questions, but what she believes would be the newsmakers answers as well.)

1. What are you?
A: I used to be part of a mop.

2. How long have you been here?
A: Going on two weeks.

3. Do you realize that every time I drive by you I think you’re a dead squirrel?
A: That’s too bad.

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