As best as we can tell (from a quick perusal) the oddly title The Man Fast, with its tagline: "I was never very good at sticking to a diet," is a pretty standard (and not particularly well-written) relationship blog about being single in KC.
Here's an excerpt from a recent entry:
"I am pouting. He has gone and left me alone on a Monday night. How dare he? Is Thailand really so much cooler than me???? Okay, it probably is, but the thought of two months without not-so-gay-gay-best-friend chat, PBR and waffle fries makes me a little dismayed. Who else can I snort in front of or berate for being too damn nice?"
Richard: "There's just something inherently dramatic about an evening of PBR and waffle fries that begs to be staged, and I'm sorry I missed her show. Luckily, it's given me the idea of writing a play based on the Larryville Chronicles. I really think my work here would lend itself quite well to the stage, with various readings by Chip and myself as well as audience participation segments of 'Is it art, or isn't it?' and 'Country Corner,' in which we play country songs and improv our analysis live on the spot. Of course, we'd invite the Transmittens as the house band."
Chip: "But how can I participate, being a fictional character and all?"
Richard: "Good point, but I guess I might ask my friend Kip to play your role."
Check out The Man Fast at www.themanfast.blogspot.com/
The boys are loyal, long-time readers of KC's PitchWeekly, but they've also become fans of KC's new cultural guide, Ink, in recent months (www.inkkc.com).
One especially interesting feature is Ink's "hottest reader" contest, which was won by Amanda Johnson, 26, who's as "comfortable sipping martinis at The Drop as she is drinking Miller High Life and watching football at Charlie Hooper’s." Does she look comfortable eating this ice-cream cone? Check her out below, and send your own hot pictures (ladies only, please) to Chip and Richard for possible inclusion in our upcoming "babes of the LC" feature.