30 Aug
The Mouthy Housewives Interview Wendi Mclendon-Covey

Some of you might know that the BlogHer conference took place a few weeks ago in San Diego. Both Mouthy Wendi (MW) and I flew in on our private jets and had the opportunity to interview the very funny and very talented Wendi Mclendon-Covey while we were there.


MW worked in Hollywood before, so I can only imagine that she was rather calm, cool, and collected about the entire thing. I however, promptly began to freak the hell out. What would we ask her? What if she upstages our humor? And will this microphone pick up the sound of my stomach growling, because I could go to TOWN on a Hillshire Farm breakfast patty right about now.

Long story short, after being drugged and coerced by friends (kind of), I convinced MW (again, our Wendi, not THAT Wendi…Jesus, this is confusing) that it would be hilarious to fill the interview with sexual innuendo. ABOUT SAUSAGE!

Get it? Hillshire Farm? Sausage? THE JOKES WRITE THEMSELVES!

Well, as it turns out, the jokes EDIT themselves as well, because this is the final product of our interview, and every single one of my side-splitting sausage propositions has been removed. I am an embarrassment to my friends and family. (Speaking of which, the context for discussing my husband’s preference for sausage was also removed…HE DOESN’T REALLY HAVE A CONDITION. Omfg.)

Thanks again to everyone at Hillshire Farm, for sponsoring this post, and especially to Wendi Mclendon-Covey for being so personable and funny. I hope you’ll forgive me for the sausage talk. Ahem.

And for those of you that haven’t yet seen Wendi Mclendon-Covey’s amazing “slinking” skills, check out Hillshire Farm‘s latest commercial.



5 Responses to “The Mouthy Housewives Interview Wendi Mclendon-Covey”


Comment by Marinka.

I seriously can’t stop laughing. WITH you all, of course.


Comment by Lexa.


Well done, ladies.


Comment by TwoBusy.

“While we’re on the subject of lunch meat…”


Comment by Alexandra.

This is why I love you, we’re all 6th grade boys when we’re together.


Next year, see if you can do enough to put out a boxed DVD set of sausage talk.

I really am just 12 yrs old.


Comment by Alexandra.

Watched the Hillshire FARM; so funny.

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