Stripper: This isn’t who I am. I mean, this isn’t the real me.
Interviewer: How did you get involved in the first place?
Stripper: I’m a student. Well, I was a student. I had tuition to pay, you know.
Interviewer: You said you were a student. You’re not any more?
Stripper: Not right now, no. I ran into some minor problems. But I plan on going back next semester.
Interviewer: Good, good. I hope you do go back. But if you don’t mind, what were the “minor” problems.
Stripper: Oh, I don’t know. Just stuff. Stuff I can handle. I got in over my head. But I’m fine now. I’m nearly clean.
Interviewer: Nearly clean? So it was drugs that set you back?
Stripper: I’d rather not say. But it doesn’t matter what it was. Because it’s all behind me now.
Interviewer: When you go back to school, what do you think you’ll major in?
Stripper: Maybe Education. Really anything to do with children.