By day, Tabitha White is a graphic designer for a small publishing company in Worthington. After hours, she lets crazier ideas run wild - clever novelty products for design company Fred & Friends and offbeat greeting cards that say things like "I'm sorry ... I'm always so horny."

By day, Tabitha White is a graphic designer for a small publishing company in Worthington. After hours, she lets crazier ideas run wild - clever novelty products for design company Fred & Friends and offbeat greeting cards that say things like "I'm sorry ... I'm always so horny."

Before I moved back to Ohio, I lived in Baltimore for five years and Los Angeles for five years. I was the art director for Baltimore magazine. Then I moved to L.A. with a smile on my face, I guess. I ended up working on some movies, but that's only because everyone ends up working on movies when they're out there.

Working on movies sucks. You do nothing until you get a gig. Then the whole thing is your life. You have nothing else but that. You have to drop everything. I could barely see what I did, and I spent so much time doing it.

I have a big crush on the new Spock right now. My heart belongs to Spock. I'm not really a Trekkie or anything, but I'd watch many more of these new movies.

The first product I designed was the sorry cards. They came from a place of, you know, snarkiness. I was going to actually send one to somebody that I felt like needed one. Then I thought, That's kind of funny. So I wrote a whole bunch more.

On my first card, I put a picture of a horse that was drinking water in this beautiful setting. On the front I wrote, "I'm sorry I started drinking again."

I've edited down the cards to where people aren't like, "That's really offensive." There were, like, twice as many as I have for sale now.

I owned a candy store in Granville called Sugar, and I sold the cards there. I thought people were kind of stuffy there and they were going to flip out, so I didn't tell anyone they were my cards. But they really laughed.

Everyone loved the candy store. You know, you open a store because it's cool to put it together. I made it with these cool apothecary jars, and I sold great chocolate. But then I had to work in a store all the time.

My favorite product design is one that Fred didn't do. It's not even funny - I just wish I had one. You know those little rubber coin purses? I want one that's two feet wide, shiny and red. Like a purse with a chain.

My humor goes further than most people's. Everyone thinks I'm a man when they read my humor. Secondly, they always say, "Are you from California?" I don't even know what that means.

Growing up, I was always a tomboy and a prankster. I played with Legos and Hot Wheels and ran with the boys.

The best advice I've ever received is from when I had a roommate in college. On our answering machine, she'd put the Butthole Surfers, and they were saying something about how it's better to regret something that you have done than something you haven't.

Three things I can't live without are a pencil, my kids and a Natty Boh (Natural Bohemian beer).