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Interview with Comedian Trevor Boris
Trevor: Hello interweb users. My name is Trevor Boris from Much Music Video on trial and this is the biggest mic I’ve ever seen. And I’m not going to lie. It’s turning me on a little.
Veronica: So let’s begin by introducing yourself. If you could describe yourself in 3 words what would it be?
Trevor: Skinny, thin and slim. Sometimes they say I look like KC from KC Fennigan. He had the rosy cheeks— Yes, Mr. Dress up he was like the little puppet in the tree with the dog.
Veronica: A comic means charisma and to win over the audience so when we’re talking about crude subject s the ions last, how do you went over the ions right away?
Trevor: Got just to play up to young like. Awesome it’s so great to be here. I just chose to be 27 and gig a lot and they’re bound to love me and then I can say all kinds of dirty stuff and then I can talk about gay sex and things like that.
I think disadvantage of being gay though by far is that there’s no chance of ever accidentally getting pregnant and then I’ve trick them they’re like what? We didn’t even know.
Veronica: You said that being a gay comedian has actually propelled your career?
Trevor: Well you know it’s funny though because people kind of tend to remember as like the gay farmer comic.
I’m actually a farmer back home but I’m not, it’s like a come on stage with overalls and like a pitch fork. I’m not like playing up like just I do one joke about it.
I grew mostly gummy bears and disco balls and that’s kind of like defined years of my comedy.
Veronica: With all this metrosexuals, we never know if they are gay or straight. So do you have some test?
Trevor: Well it used to be plucked eyebrows my team and now it’s not so easy. I have gay-dar 5.0 so I got a really very finely tune. So I can tell people that are gay even before they know it.
Veronica: Do you see any future celebrities surprising us with that?
Trevor: Do they always ask me like what celebrities are gay and all that. I’m like, how would I know like there’s all like meetings on Tuesday’s. It’s like you know Tom Cruise he was at the meeting last Tuesday, as a matter of time when it comes out but there are lot of celebs who are gay but aren’t out like it’s Vin Diesel, totally gay?
Veronica: The first time you did standup comedy that was in friend of your graduating class and you said that you bounce. So what are some aspiring words for other comedians?
Trevor: Marshmallow. Comic is not easy. If you’re not in there for the right reasons, you won’t be doing it. If you’re here for the money or the glory, we’re five minutes from show time and this is how many people have come to see me. I’m not embarrassed whatever. It’s going to be a great show.