BEN is a viewer in VERMONT who made this poster of me starring in a Bollywood movie. I love Indian films but acting in them takes a lot of talent. I mean, look-- I have to crouch, point, flex, and break a chain, all at the same time. Nice touch with the kitten in the top left corner, Ben.
I was walking through the mall last week and they had a big Diet Coke Anniversary display set up by the food court. It was 25 years ago that they invented it. They had all the old can designs in a display case and you could get your picture taken beside a big plastic Diet Coke. It made me all misty-eyed. I was standing next to an overweight white lady who was looking at the Diet Coke too. "I guess I've been drinking this stuff for 25 years," she said. "Me too," I told her. We shared a quick glance and turned away. I wondered which one of us would be the first to die.
"Enkidu" the cat in a Coke box sent in by CWC viewer Michelle in OTTAWA.
As many of you know, I am widely recognized as the Ninth Most Talented Unknown Actor. I'd like to land a role on a Sci-Fi series playing a head in a jar. Sci-Fi series tend to pay well, and I need money to continue producing this goddamn internet show about puppies and kittens.
Head in a Jar is the best character to play on a Sci-Fi series. You don't have to watch your weight, or have a 4 a.m. make-up call to get Klingon ears glued to the side of your head. You just stick your head in a jar, say two or three lines about the mystical planet Kion and collect your weekly paycheck of 10,000 dollars. Please God, give me a role as a head in a jar.
Regular viewers of Cute with Chris may know I grew up in Saskatchewan. James from Saskatoon sent me this pic of Victoria Beckham. If you look closely, you can see she's wearing a "University of Saskatchewan" sweatshirt. I'm a little disappointed it wasn't a bunnyhug but apparently, it sold out in 15 minutes.