Comedian Anita Renfroe gained national attention a few years ago with her YouTube video of "Momisms" set to the William Tell Overture. In less than three minutes, she sang everything a mother says to a child in one day.
A devout Christian from Atlanta, she is married to a man who was a pastor for many years ("I'm sleeping with my pastor," she jokes) and began her comedy career in church basements. She was performing at national Christian women's conferences when her YouTube video broke. But as she has become more famous, she has targeted her shows to a broader audience. "I won't ask you to accept Jesus as your savior at my show," she said.
Her performance is designed for women to attend with a group of good friends. "For people who have seasonal-affective disorder, this could be part of your treatment and you could deduct it from your taxes," she joked.
She finds humor in modern life, including the lengths people will go to attain beauty. She thinks it's odd that women will inject botulism within an inch of the brain to look young. "This world is just a little bit crazy and if we don't take time out to laugh, we'll curl up in the fetal position," she said.
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