K. S. Trojan, famous author of "All Things Funny" is going after her alter ego for penning several pornographic poems without her knowledge or permission and publishing them under the name Krazy K.
Asked how Ms. Trojan noticed the poems or that they were written by her alter ego, she merely stated that she found the poems hidden in a file in her word processing program entitled "naughty bits" and, when she opened one of them up, could not believe her eyes. There in print were some of her deepest darkest secrets. Some things only she could have known.
When she confronted her alter ego, she cracked under the pressure and her alter ego confessed to everything.
Ms. Trojan also realized that her alter ego was carrying on a secret love affair with her husband and some of the pornographic poems contained details of their liaison as well. "This is utterly unacceptable," claimed the usually calm and demure Ms. Trojan. "I cannot understand how my alter ego could do this to me right under my very nose without my permission." Her husband, of course, denied the affair and went so far as to call his wife crazy, which only added to Ms. Trojan's suspicions that Krazy K was behind it all.
While Ms. Trojan claims having an out-of-control alter ego when it comes to writing is a bit of a problem, in the larger scheme of things, she is worried more about how to explain the extra $350K her alter ego is taking in a year in salary. "I write satire for free," claims Ms. Trojan, "while my alter ego claims she is pulling in over a quarter of a million dollars a year. How am I supposed to explain that to the IRS?"