I am an ENFP. For those of you who don’t know what that means, it’s a personality type: Extroverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving, or for short, “The Champion.” If you want a full description of my personality type you can find it here: http://www.keirsey.com/4temps/champion.asp
Where are you?
You must exist; how can He be so cruel
as to create Me, without You.
I know that you are out there, I have always known. Ever since before I can even remember, I dreamt of you. I know what it feels like to hold you, to talk to you, to be with you—how I feel about you,…
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It is a fact universally acknowledged that any man of any age and income must be a fan of Bruce Willis. No man can resist his aura of raw masculinity, his disregard for social norms exhibited by shaving his head, nor his brilliant ability to make any poorly written movie line sound credible and exciting! So how do you make the man of your dreams find you credible and exciting? Become an expert on his favorite subject (even more than himself): Bruce Willis!
SO many great comedy series are hitting the web, as you can see here, and another hilariously amazing gem is “Missed Connection” from writer, comedian, and actor Freddi Scheib. “Missed Connection” comes from a personal place, but you wouldn’t know it because it’s so relatable, in a beautifully absurd way. With a stellar cast that includes New York’s finest (comedians), and witty sharp writing from Scheib, “Missed Connection” is no doubt en route to being an online watch-the-newest-episode-as-soon-as-it-hits favorite. Read on for a truly laugh out loud interview with Freddi and some “Missed Connection” episodes.
Freddi Scheib, a native Kentuckian, is the creator and head writer of the popular web series Missed Connection. She spent three years in NYU’s premiere sketch comedy group “Hammerkatz” and performs improv, sketch, and stand-up around New York City (mostly in her bathtub). She cries regularly on public transportation (mostly because of the declining attendance of her once popular bathtub shows). She often mistakenly hears her name in public when large groups are about to make a move. She lives in Brooklyn with her dog Izzy and has no plans to return to school. If she doesn’t get a job writing for a TV show in the next year she’ll probably buy a goat farm in Vermont and jumpstart a career in artisanal cheese and yarn making.