Richard and Poon Biographical Information Section

Richard Lavond
hails from Wilmont, Kansas, where he lives with Poon, his wife of 10 years. A veteran of the mental health movement, Richard has read over 50 self-help books and is a member of over twenty 12-Step Programs. He has also been diagnosed as a severe Agoraphobic with Soft-Voice Syndrome, Compulsive Hoarding and rage issues. As a part of their outreach therapy, Richard and Poon have started their own webpage, allowing them to share their views and opinions with others while avoiding all human contact. Richard enjoys Chamber Singing, Sal Mineo films and playing Mancala.
Curiosity is a good thing! POON is so glad you are curious to know who she is. Poon was abandoned during childhood for reasons still unknown to her, sparking what doctors refer to as “an unhealthy amount of curiosity about the world around her”, including how she came to be named Poon. She has no record of a surname, and refuses to take her husband’s until she “discovers” her own heritage. Poon has used exploration and her inquisitive nature as both a learning tool and a means of escaping reality and truth. She met her husband Richard while “exploring” a twelve-step group for packrats known as AAA – All Addictions Anonymous. The All Addictions Anonymous “club,” as Poon likes to call it, has been her saving grace. Nothing else worked on her alcoholism, OCD, fear of heights and hoarding like All Addictions Anonymous. Or maybe it was Richard; either way, Poon proudly proclaims that she is well on her way to recovery, no matter what her Doctors say – Just ask her! Poon enjoys her daily, over-sized mug of Sutterhome Cabernet, washing her hands 23 minutes past every hour, counting door locks, adding to her “things” collection and running from bridges.

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We're a team of comedians with different specialties. Mostie does sports, Brian does pranks, the Zombie Gorillas animate stuff and Richard and Poon throw poop at each other. We're pretty sure that might be all you need to know about us. But if you really want to know more about us, please feel free to write a letter personally. Just place a self addresses stamped envelope in the mail with the following message: "I just paid the current rate of postage to mail myself a letter. This has taught me two things, one, I might be a moron and two, any website that would ask me to do this is supremely jerky." If you want to know anything else, send a second letter. You'll get the idea soon enough.