What’s your job?
“I braved the Mall of America for a short while as a makeup artist at Bare Escentuals, but it proved to be too crazy for me. I have been working at a group home with four wonderful mentally challenged women for the last 6 1/2 years.”
Other than your job, what are yourclaims to fame?
“Hmmm, I am a regular freak, as regular as you can be, on public access show Freaky Deeky. I also played ‘Vanessa White, game show host’ for Dre Day 2012, which proved to be very amusing.”
What’s your relationship status?
“I am currently engaged and getting married this summer! Exciting and scary at the same time—mostly exciting.”
Where are you most likely to be seen?
“I am most likely to be seen frantically dancing at the Triple Rock on Tuesday nights with a couple friends. I also frequent Recess at the Varsity. Pretty much anywhere there is music and dancing that does not involve 18+ ‘butt humping,’ I will be. Also any event at CO Exhibitions.”
Where are you least likely to be seen?
“You will most likely not see me at any dance nights involving gratuitous grinding of asses, anywhere with a cover, or the Nomad World Pub. I hate that place.”
With whom are you most likely to be seen?
“You will most likely see me with my girlfriends Katie, Beth, Sam, and Torrie Nugget. I am also known to be hanging around Wes, or even sometimes Jay Gabler! Otherwise most likely with my fiance, Ryan.”
Where were you born?
“Born and raised in Minneapolis!”
In what neighborhood do you live now?
“I live in West St. Paul now. Soooo pretty much another country, since people from Minneapolis don’t venture over here much.”
What’s your ride?
“My ride is a pretty sweet Nissan Ultima decked out with some Burlesque of North America stickers. It’s NBD.”
What’s the best way to start a conversation with you?
“The best way for someone to start a conversation with me is to just approach me, I’m pretty open to meeting new people. I’m known to approach people using somewhat vulgar humor, I often forget there is such a thing as ‘first impressions.’ Don’t be afraid to crack a joke or challenge me to a dance-off, it will def make you more memorable.”
Photo courtesy Vanessa Salour