Streetalk May 25 2005

Do you consider yourself a moron?

Susan: Definitely not. There's a huge difference between a moron and myself. I basically think no one is a moron. Everybody has their own talent and intellect on the planet, I'm sure of it. "Moron" is a New York word. I don't associate that word with Atlanta or the South. I live in New Zealand. I never heard the word "moron" in New Zealand. It's antiquated. In New Zealand, it's either a "wanker," "wally" or "dickhead."

Dominic X: Only when it comes to women. If they ask if they look fat in their pants, aren't you supposed to tell the truth? I tell them they look fat in their pants. I tell the truth with women, so I guess I am a moron. I'm also a straight A student, so I don't think I'm a moron, but telling women the truth - is that so wrong?

Karen: Every now and then I feel like a moron, but I watched the Britney Spears new reality series and she took moron to a new level, so I actually feel OK about myself now. Britney helped me realize that I am more normal than I ever imagined I could be. She has the mental capacity of a 14-year-old and I felt dirty and violated watching her reality series, but less moronic. So thank you, Britney.