Being a personal assistant to a famous person is almost like being famous yourself, except more crazy and less fun. You find yourself in impossibly weird situations and having to do all of the busywork that results from it. But what do I know? I've never been a personal assistant to a celebrity. I do know people who have been personal assistants. And I once talked to Sean Combs (he's still going by Puffy Puff Daddy P. Diddy Diddy, right?) on the phone about his decision in 2007 to ask anyone and everyone to apply to become his personal assistant.
And now Pauly Shore wants you to be his.
Assistant, that is. TMZ has the application. Read it carefully. Turns out you need to be a fan of the Weasel, know his movies, and perhaps more importantly, know people in the business.
If Pauly's starpower is anything like it was the last time I was in close personal contact with him, in 2004, then you'll also find yourself in some impossibly weird situations.