Dennis Rodman & Kim Jong Un: Podcast #1 Transcript

Rodman and Kim Jong Un

Rodman: Thanks, Glorious Leader Kim. Your palace is balls-out.

Kim: You are welcome, Dennis Redman.

Rodman: We have so much to talk about. We got so much in common. Basketball, being great, fame.

Kim: Don’t forget love for me.

Rodman: Yeah, we both love you, Your Amazingence.

Kim: Donnis and I have fun watching my train set put together by enemies of the throne.

Rodman: Yeah, that choo-choo bad.

Kim: Bad as you wanna be, Radmon.

Rodman: Nothing is as bad your goodness, Perfect Execellentiousness.

Kim: I’m hungry. We eat Pringles. Delicious America Satan treat.

Rodman: So, did you have a good birthday?

Kim: I have only the best birthday every time. All others do not have birthdays.

Rodman: What was your favorite birthday present, Un-Credible?

Kim: [pauses] I guess it was … omnipotence and being always correct.

Rodman: You know what’s really cool, though? You straight up killed your uncle, Dawg of Brilliance.

Kim: Yeah, he did things I don’t like, so I made him dead. I can make anyone dead.

Rodman: Your whole life is like a half-court jump shot, nothing but net.

Kim: Yeah, I make people die and starve. It’s pretty funny, I guess. I’m bored.

Rodman: What do you want to do, Great Magician?

Kim: [sighs] Your name like “Random.”

Rodman: You’re telling me.

Kim: Let’s double-team slave to death real quick.

[five minutes later]

Kim: I want new portrait of me.

Rodman: What should I do with that body, O Holy Beakon of All That Is Correct?

Kim: Make dinner.

Rodman: Let’s get Korean food. I love Korean food. But you know, North Korean. Not that awful, treacherous South Korean food. I mean that Soylent Green you serve here. What the fug is in that shizzat?

Kim: If you will lose again to the Royal Basketball Team, I tell you what’s in it.

Rodman: Sounds good, my man. You really are a fair leader and totally not an insane megalomaniac without boundaries.

Kim: Thanks. I can make lightning.

Rodman: Hell yeah. Like Raiden.

Kim: Raiden wins.

Rodman: Raiden wins. Every time. Fo’ sho’.

Ryan

Author, musician, artist from Metro Detroit, Michigan, USA. Published the novel "Hyperbole" in 2012 as an ebook, followed by paperback and audiobook in 2013.

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