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'I don't know this kid, but I'd like to shake his hand,' Matthew Sinnaeve wrote, while someone named Zach added: 'Twitter provides us with so many legendary things.
It's truly amazing.' Joey told Buzzfeed about the origin of his dating résumé, explaining that he started making small talk with this 'absolutely gorgeous girl' in the beginning of the semester and eventually he worked up the courage to ask her on a date.
I’ve met some and the ones that do go to wars and cover that, it’s so hard for them to go cover that and come back and attend, say, a birthday party. I loved working with Ashley (Judd) and originally I wrote that part for me to act in and then decided that I wanted to direct it.
“So afterward I decided to make one, so if it ever came up again I could use it in my favor.”And why not? Mostly, we all maintain them in the form of Instagram accounts, Twitter pages, Tinder profiles, and even Facebook.
Joey added that he 'makes great small-talk with parents', 'drives in style via '09 Honda Civic', and he doesn't have a Tinder Record because he 'doesn't objectify women for the sake of getting a**.' As for skills, Joey admitted that rollerblading is his greatest weakness.
However, he does excel at 'crying during Marley & Me.' Simone Campbell, a fellow MSU student, tweeted images of Ashley's Facebook post and Joey's response, writing: 'UNREAL EFFORT BY THIS KID 12/10 RESUME.' Her tweet has been liked more than 4,000 times, and plenty of people were impressed by his qualifications.
The actress, who said she’s “a big fan” of After Ellen.com, recently talked to us about Pammy’s sexual identity, playing opposite Emmy winner Toni Collette in what she describes as her “favorite role” in her long career and what it means to be a part of writer-creator Diablo Cody‘s female-centric series. Everyone on that show is just so nice and so good at what they do and they have such great directors coming through. JLA: When the writing is good, you’re not struggling.
After Ellen.com: What was the casting process like? You can just feel it on the set, that they were doing something good. The writers are so good and Diablo (Cody) is very present on set and Toni is very cool and not high strung or anything like that. TV moves so fast, you don’t have a lot of time to sit down and talk about the scene and what’s going on.