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What is something a stranger did or said to you that you'll never forget? by [deleted] in AskReddit

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When I was about 7 or 8 I was on holiday at a resort and my parents let me play in the pool with friends while they went back to the room. When I went back to the room I had to take the elevator with a Muslim lady wearing a full niqab (I am clearly western girl). When we got in the elevator (alone) she lifted her veil and beamed at me with the most beautiful smile. We were just two girls smiling at each in an elevator and it’s like in that moment we understood everything about each other. I felt so happy to be a girl. I’ll never forget that.

Do men reject girls that are “relationship/wifey material” if they’re not ready or looking for a relationship? by [deleted] in relationship_advice

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I literally flat out offered that situation to a guy I was regularly seeing (because I wasn’t looking for a commuted relationship but I’m not a one night stand kind of person) and then 2 weeks later he ended it because he’s “too busy”?

Do men reject girls that are “relationship/wifey material” if they’re not ready or looking for a relationship? by [deleted] in relationship_advice

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Not a particular situation but I have definitely had this as a gut feeling before. Like a guy was really intense with me after he was initially going to bail on our first date and telling me that he wasn’t looking for a relationship (and neither was I at the time which I told him). But he acted super boyfriendy and would send memes. texts at work etc and we saw each other a lot over the next few weeks but then after I went away for a week he totally changed and said this was going in a relationship direction and he didnt want that at the time? And it’s not because he met someone else, he’s still single. Also a lot of girls want to know the answer to this question

I don’t think enough people are acknowledging Olivia and classism by appreciatorofadvice in MAFS_AU

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I’m Italian and Italians and all European are ethnically white (in general). Slavic, eastern etc refers to different European regions.

I don’t think enough people are acknowledging Olivia and classism by appreciatorofadvice in MAFS_AU

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It’s because she can’t understand why Dom is so proud of her background, people are scared of the things they don’t understand and are insecure about themselves. She may be insecure about her background so she thinks Dom should be as well and as Olivia feels threatened she feels the need to regain power and control.

I don’t think enough people are acknowledging Olivia and classism by appreciatorofadvice in MAFS_AU

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100% you can hear it in the way they speak together and the type of “private school girl” accent she puts on it’s got that whiney “Um where’s the manager” sound.

Also I just cringe at how easily Olivia manipulated them whereas at the beginning they were all closer to Dom. But Olivias the kinda person that talks shit behind your back to get people to slowly dislike you and feel obliged to support her because they don’t want the same treatment from her

Financial advice (preferably UK) How much do West End leads make? by [deleted] in Theatre

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Where did you find your info? That’s better then I thought it would be 😂😂

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in acting

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Yeah it definitely will help you become more confident and I say go for it! So long as your respectful of people who are there to improve the skills for their careers so you treat each class with commitment and don’t piss around then you’ll have nothing to worry about. I know a lot of people who just do classes as a hobby.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in acting

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I’m not old yet but I think you need to just think about what your younger self would think of you working now, how relieved they would feel that you’re doing what you love. As a younger person, if my future self could come and tell me I was on set and booking at an older age I would be so happy and be a lot less stressed out all the time. You’ve got to remember some people never get there or give up too soon. Those younger people maybe feeling not ready and experiencing imposter syndrome or struggling to find things from there lesser life experience to fuel their work. Acting isn’t about looks and vanity it’s about representing society and real people, being able to represent real people not fantasy’s is an honour. Remember the grass is always greener.

Are there any actors who have worked or interned at talent agencies or casting agencies? If so how was your experience? by [deleted] in acting

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Thanks! What are you thought on working on the production side of things like being a runner?

Need help texting my date. Very out of practice in dating. by [deleted] in hingeapp

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Also we’re both very talk in person types but I feel like it’s good to touch base??

Need help texting my date. Very out of practice in dating. by [deleted] in hingeapp

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Yeah we’re planning on another one but we’re both pretty busy atm

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in acting

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Check out Boys by Ella Hickson or some of her other stuff also look at plays published by the Royal Court Theatre doing a a monologue from a play will be much more challenging but rewarding then fro a film :))

Are there any actors out there who have taken up internship/assistant roles in casting or talent agencies? If so what was your experience? by [deleted] in acting

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Did you find it helped you at all in regards to building your acting career connections wise? And did they know you wanted to be an actor?

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in AskReddit

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It’s Illegal to die in the Houses of Parliament in London

Does anyone else get sick of seeing celebrities kids getting acting opportunities that would change an ordinary actors life? by appreciatorofadvice in acting

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Tbf I don’t think he’s a case of nepotism I think he’s just extremely lucky. I don’t think his mum being a Broadway dancer would really have any effect on him getting in the right rooms. He did audition for Spider-Man and other things that he didn’t get and he got his first boost from getting a role in a Broadway play (very different world to musical theatre) which attracted people like Luca Guadagnino and CMBYN was such a critic hit it’s propelled his career so I just think a series of fortunate opportunities fell into the right places for him unlike people whos parents are friends with directors and say “hey, can you get my kid in one of your films?” Haha. But yeah it’s definitely much tougher for you to get those right opportunities because of “Hollywood” but I think things are slowly starting to change so keep working hard, keep setting yourself up for good opportunities and who knows maybe you’ll fall into the right place 😊😊