A writer of online spoof stories says he hasn't yet given up hope of becoming famous and living the jet-set life of an international spoof superstar playboy.
Others say he is wasting his time.
Moys Kenwood, who writes endless pieces of pap for satirical news website TheSpoof.com, says it is "only a matter of time" before his ability is noticed by some up-and-coming comedian or comedienne, and then being asked to produce material for that comic, gaining massive exposure.
"This," he says, "would inevitably lead to being discovered by a top comedy name, book deals, a solo act, TV appearances, international fame, movie roles, million-dollar contracts for comedy tours, babes in bikinis, and groupie sex sessions."
For now, however, he's being patient.
"All in good time," said Kenwood, 91.