That’s the fun part for me- I’m not that concerned with eating them. That essay kind of ended up making sense of the book for me in the end.
Aside from hopefully being entertaining and stuff, I think the book ended up being about my becoming a man and becoming comfortable with who I am and not being anyone’s kid anymore, just being me.
And even with my favorite suits or outfits, I’ll look in the mirror and think “Wow — that’s a great outfit.
It doesn’t look good on me, but I’m sure somebody else would look awesome in it.” As far as getting naked goes, I tend to avoid it as much as possible.
I realize that people who are into what I do as a performer will likely/hopefully read the book, but I wanted it to be a book that would be enjoyable to someone who didn’t know anything about me at all.