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Nah... I mean, I'm already pregnant, so what other kind of shenanigans could I get into?
I'm glad that as a 33-year-old working mother, I can still choose to wear a Hello Kitty T-shirt or stay up late scrolling through the Twitter feed of my junior-high crush.
Couture gowns are like gremlins; you can't expose them to bright light or get them wet.
Los Angeles is often described as the nadir of vapidity, a smog-choked space cradle.
He is the cheese to my macaroni.
Thanks a heap coyote ugly. This cactus-gram stings worse than your abandonment.
The best thing you can do is find a person who loves you for exactly what you are.
I've been told that I'm incompetent, socially retarded, maladjusted. I still know that I couldn't function in reality. Los Angeles is a good place for me.
It doesn't matter if they're in front of the camera or behind the camera. I know women who are producers who are surviving on nothing but juice and almonds.
I think sometimes people really require the satisfaction of closure.
I think it's great when writers get recognition; it doesn't happen very often. I just don't want that writer to be me. Let it be Aaron Sorkin or, you know, somebody good.
I wrote a screenplay for a 'Sweet Valley High' adaptation, and it's really amazing to me how many women who are my age have responded to the idea and are excited about the movie.
I have never been an ambitious person, and my participation in this industry is a fluke, but only male writers can afford to be coy and self-deprecating.
You make a first impression and people never forget it. If people want to think of me as the wacky 'Juno' lady forever, I could think of worse ways to be labeled.
There's probably no experience more alienating than fame, other than a terminal illness, where you actually find yourself in a situation that nobody around you can relate to.
I've been meaning to write about the Rolling Stones, but I am the furthest thing from a hipster rock journalist.
Stripping toughened my hide, but exposing myself as a writer has been a lot more brutal.
Put your blog out into the world and hope that your talent will speak for itself.
To enjoy being famous, you need to have a screw loose.
You know, I did not like being famous. It was a stressful and ugly time, and I'm glad it's over.
The Rolling Stones are so versatile, they're like the band version of that Infinite Dress they sell on QVC.
I've always been a writer, I've always been a storyteller, but I never thought about screenwriting.
If this whole writing thing doesn't work out, I'll be getting right back on the pole.
Vodka Redbull: Upper meets downer in an effervescent hybrid of bubble gum and junkie piss
You definitely meet a lot of extremely powerful, successful, wealthy people in Hollywood who are extremely miserable.
For me, writing essays, prose and fiction is a great way to be self-indulgent.
In the past, I'll admit, I've enjoyed being compared to the protagonists in my screenplays.
I really just love to open a blank document and spew, whereas with a screenplay I have to be more judicious.
I've been watching 'American Idol' since its debut season in 2002. Back then, America hadn't yet evolved into a gladiatorial cybernation of bloggers, tweeters, and self-ordained voice coaches.
I think I might be one of the only people in America, or at least the only person I know, who saw both 'The Dark Knight' and 'Mamma Mia!' on their shared opening weekend.
My boyfriend is Italian and from New Jersey, so naturally he was thrilled to meet Joe Pesci.
The one thing I have found about Hollywood is it's a town full of people who believe in themselves, often to a degree where they're what you would call "delusional."
I know white clothing is supposed to enhance that summer glow, but writers don't tan.
People are more interested in being visible than they are in loving other people.
People have always wanted to be recognized, and that's human nature. But people used to want to be recognized for their accomplishments, and now they simply want to be visible.
Juno MacGuff: I don't know what kind of girl I am.
I absolutely relate to being alone in squalor, trying to come up with something adequate. I relate to that, and I've been known to crawl out of bed and drink out of a 2-liter bottle of Diet Coke.
I normally ignore the History Channel.
I would never consent to a lame publicity stunt at a time when I already want to hide.
I don't think coolness used to be such a commodity among adults. And now it is.
I try to avoid Twitter. I occasionally can't resist the siren call of email.
I don't know why, but I've always been a sucker for roller coasters in movies.
I can't write at night. For me, I'm programmed to believe that nighttime is for relaxation.
Everybody knows that I'm not a snob when it comes to pop culture, obviously. I love reality shows.
I just want to be able to keep my house and pay for my son's school tuition in Los Angeles.
I don't have a terrible singing voice, but I also wouldn't call it 'good.' I can carry a tune.
Ah, reality TV: where opportunists delight in exposing opportunism! It's kind of like the indie music scene.
I'm a pessimist by nature. I don't think things are ever going to work out, I'm not particularly ambitious.
I grew up in the Midwest; you don't know any screenwriters. It didn't seem like a realistic career possibility.
Honestly, this will never happen because she's so much classier than me, but I would love to work with Sofia Coppola.