by Jonas Polsky
If I ever met TJ Miller, I bet that it would be a great experience. I would go to one of his stand up comedy shows, and I would sit in the front row, cheering him on. I would listen carefully to every joke, and try to remember as many of them as I could. Everyone at the comedy show would be laughing really hard at the right times, and no one would be heckling, ever.
I’d turn around in my chair and look at the audience and say “Isn’t this great?”, and everyone would agree that seeing TJ Miller live really is great. The entire show would be awesome, and we would all secretly wish that it would never end. When it finally ended, everyone would be sad, but also grateful.
After the show, I would wait in line to get an autograph from TJ, and ask politely for his autograph when it was my turn. I would ask him to sign it “Todd Joseph Miller”, and TJ would look up at me, and be really surprised and impressed that I knew his full name.
Then TJ would want to talk to me, and to be my long-distance friend and my pen pal. I would tell him my name, and he would promise to never forget me, ever. I would tell TJ all about myself, and tell him how I lost my job due to a layoff. TJ would tell me that I shouldn’t have been laid off, because I was a great employee, and a fun person to have around the office. This would inspire me, and give me the confidence I need to find an even better job in the very near future.
I like to daydream about what it would be like to one day meet TJ Miller. It would be a very fun, amazing, cool, neat, and surprising experience. Meeting TJ Miller would be very memorable because that would be the day I met my new best friend.