Dear Abbi,if you had a dick for a day what would you do and who would you tell.
Hmm, interesting question…
- I would take pics.
- I’d have sex. With a man and a woman. Gotta try it all.
- I’d try on different boxers and briefs with various pants and shorts to see what that’s like. Try on a speedo.
- I’d test out various activities: running, swimming, biking, rollerblading. Gotta see what that’s like and what happens to said dick.
- I’d jerk off.
- I would DEFINITELY pee standing up a few times. Maybe once outside!
- I’d probably still eat the 3 main meals with a few snacks.
- I’d get a Blowjob for sure. Maybe 2.
Who I’d tell: Friends, doctor and seemingly interested parties.
Hey, friend. Will you be at DCM this year?
I will be! WE have a show on Friday night I think!
This is my childhood bedroom. I got this desk at Ikea for a birthday present, but my favorite thing was the fake computer + keyboard we got from Ikea too.
Not Looking Forward to Summer Without You, Broad City
Love this and LOVE ADHD! Thanks for thinking of us and making this amazing Gif!
Dear Abbi, I have an observation and a question. First, has anyone ever told you that you resemble a young Julie Kavner? Maybe I just watch too much Rhoda... My question is, when writing the show, do you and Ilana literally write scripts, or do you compose scenarios/dialogue and forward it to someone (i.e. Chris Kelly) for formatting/editing? I'm curious, as your story and rise has inspired me to get into script writing. As a n00b, using Final Draft is overwhelming/challenging/enthralling/etc.
I’ve never gotten Julie Kavner, but she is amazing, and I take that as a high compliment! You have to see, “This Is My Life” if you haven’t.
On to your question: Ilana and I do write our scripts. The way we work in our room is that we break the stories with everyone and then whoever’s script it is, goes and writes it and then we bring it back to the room and table it. We get notes from the network and we rework it. repeat. Final draft is daunting at first, but don’t let it intimidate you. The more you use it, the more comfortable you’ll be.
Hi Abbi! I'm considering going to MICA next year and was wondering how your experience was there? Did you find living in Baltimore safe?
I loved MICA. It took me 3 years and actually taking a leave of absence and going to Emerson for a semester to realize how much I loved it, but I loved it.
I learned how to see things at MICA, how to express myself in any medium, how to improvise. I learned how to talk about art and my feelings about art and the world. I met crazy interesting people. I lived in a beautiful little apartment on one of the most beautiful little blocks I will EVER live. My apartment got broken into + I used to sprint home at night from parties and bars, but I learned to love Baltimore even if it’s not the safest place in the world. I learned how to be safe in not the safest place.(SNEAKERS, bitch!) I found teachers who helped me and wanted to make me see things and be better.
I couldn’t recommend a better place to spend 4 years of your life growing and changing and making things.