We Finally Caught Up With Alex Bone To Ask Him Some Questions And, Boy, Were We Sorry

We asked Alex Bone four questions, which, as it turns out, is four more than we should have asked him.

1. I heard you got divorced, so how is that going?

Boney II

So, yeah, I’m divorced. My family and friends have forbidden me to date again, since I seem to have such bad tastes. My father says you’re no longer allowed to date women or men or animals. Inanimate objects are okay. Just date those.

But here’s the thing, I went ahead and figured I should stay single for a while, because no woman wants to be the bounce back gal. So, I keep telling them, “No baby, you’re not the bounce back gal, trust me, you’re the bounce-back, bounce-back, bounce-back, bounce-back gal.

That’s okay though, because I think I found a nitch which works for me.

I’ve mostly been seeing divorced moms. We have a little fun, but they break it off and say, “Yeah, Alex Bone thanks for the orgasms and all, but yeah, I can’t risk having you became the father of my children, because well, you know, you’re you.”

I try to look sad, while inside my mind is yelling, “Sweeeeettt!”

2. So how do you feel about President Trump?

I rarely give kudos to the Daily Discord, but they kind of nailed this one:


3. Some of my friends quit drinking, where do you stand?

So, I was in a store a few days ago and this woman came up to me and asked, “Are you waiting for Liquor?”

I answered, “I’m always waiting for liquor.”

“I meant do you need to get into the cabinet?”

“I think I’m too big to fit inside most cabinets. Why have I been bad?”

“No, I mean do you want to get into the liquor cabinet.”

“Will I have to come out? Because I hate being teased.”

She called security.

Safety Beer

4. If you could do one thing to make the United States better what would it be?

Think about domestic violence. No one likes it. Well, maybe some people like it, but I don’t think we want to hang out with them.

But did you know that yelling at a significant other is considered domestic violence in Arizona? So just about every single person who’s been in a relationship is guilty of being domestically violent. But I’m thinking this brings up a new option.

If getting physical and shouting are both illegal, I have an idea which would eliminate real domestic violence. Men are often stronger and bigger, but on average they say only about one word for every five a woman says, and mostly the words men say are things like, “Hey, this is good beer,” or “Daryl’s crossbow is cool,” or “Let’s get more beer and watch The Walking Dead.”

What I’m proposing is that men are only allowed to talk during arguments and women can only get physical.

Wait, hear me out. Men would be mostly safe, just stand in a corner and cover your nuts and you should be able to weather the storm and it you can’t, you probably aren’t manly enough to have a girlfriend in the first place, aka, hit the gym, Mr. Tubby.

And how bad would this really be for women? Men forget what they were mad about in about thirty minutes. Offer us a sandwich and we’ll start giving you a foot massage. Even if a guy was really upset, what’s he going to say. “I really just want to hang with my friends once a week and play fantasy football,” or in my case Dungeons and Dragons. Pretty soon the girls will get bored and make themselves a sandwich.

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Alex Bone

Alex Bone

Alex Bone (Michael D. Griffiths) is a man who likes to keep busy, too bad it mostly involves cleaning squirrels. In the past, his writing has been published in numerous periodicals and anthologies sometimes even published by someone else. He was awarded first place in Withersin’s 666 contest, which he was told will later give him the Golden Ticket tour of the third plane of Hell. He is on the staff of The Daily Discord, Cyberwizard Productions, SFReader, and on the Board of Directors for the Society of Advanced Humans that Seek to Live as Viking Ninjas. His series The Chronicles of Jack Primus is available through Living Dead Press. After being bitten by a zombie, his attentions have turned toward the walking dead and he has begun a new Zombie Apocalypse series called the Eternal Aftermath. When he discovered that he was a cloned from Eric the Red’s DNA, he wrote the Science Fiction series Skinjumpers. Later while experimenting with strange fungus, he slipped into a Fantasy world ruled by the mad mage Dalsala Den.