Unreal Surveys Stltoday.com "Pussy" Fallout and Asks: "Who's the Pussy?"

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Like so many of our fellow layabouts who have nothing better to do, Unreal has looked on slack-jawed and mesmerized over the past week as Stltoday.com social media editor Kurt Greenbaum underwent a slow-motion self-immolation, beginning last Friday when he outed a poor schmoe at a local educational institution who had the gall to answer an innocent question -- "What's the craziest thing you've ever eaten? And did you like it?" -- with a one-word rejoinder: "Pussy".

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Unreal hasn't seen a pack of hyenas like the one that descended on Señor Greenbaum since back in aught-five when we asked BBWs how they fuck.

But that got us to thinking: We've now heard from everyone who's got an opinion on this matter...except poor Mr. Schmoe, the feller who was compelled to resign in disgrace.

So, Schmoe, how's about you man up and come tell Uncle Unreal your side of the story?

Not being the National Enquirer, we don't have anything to offer in the way of cash, but there must be something around Unreal HQ that you might want...

...We'll think of a good gift, we promise! Meantime, fire us off an e-mail via unreal@riverfronttimes.com and we'll arrange a meet-up. You bring verifiable proof that you lost your job over this, and we'll supply a tape recorder, a bracing shot or three of primo tequila and a shoulder to cry on.

And a parting gift, just as soon as we think of one.

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