Probably the best line in theatre history.
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Sometimes it’s hard to tell if I actually want a boyfriend or just another warm body in my bed.
We highly recommend this video by German-born Flula, "Twerking, You Give Me Confusion."
The Jimmy Kimmel show invited me to do a big crazy Baz Luhrmann-style musical trailer version of David After Dentist. But I really wanted to just act out that whole scene, because I’ve always found it to be a brilliant distillation of the psychedelic experience o_O Thanks to Jimmy and everyone at his show. Dad’s Voice is played by the director, Will Burke.
1. Do not describe your poems with adjectives like “shitty”. Do not call yourself “normal” or “boring”. Your hair is not too red. Your talent is not “alright”. And you are not just a socially awkward penguin. You are what you say and what you think and what you want to become. When you receive a compliment, do not put a “but” or an “I don’t think so” or any backhanded contradiction in your reply. Accept it and say your thank yous sincerely. There is a difference between humility and negativity. Devaluing yourself is not attractive.
2. Stop chasing after boys who don’t even make the effort to message you, chase you, or get to know you. You are sick of people who make you feel they don’t want you enough. Find someone who knows what they want. Find someone who knows what they want is you.
3. Some people can not give you what you want. They do not have what you are looking for. And that is completely okay.
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Well Maryland, looks like I’m going to have to find a new state to terrorize.
Meryl Streep on working with Chris and Liam Hemsworth
Things that don’t make you a better musician:
Winning a job
Playing on a strad or equivalent
Studying with a great teacher
Things that do make you a better musician:
Keeping a detailed practice notebook, with small improvements every day
recording yourself and being honest, objective
Studying with a great teacher and absorbing every second of your lessons
Being rejected a lot and earning the resilience to keep going, because you love it.
Studying the score and knowing that technique is only a means of getting the composers voice across.
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