So I had an audition. For some launch party. Details not that important. I will also not talk about that cute accountancy boy I met. We had a little time to prepare for the first scenario. Two students, just out of exam hall, one boasting about exam being the breeze, the other not so confident. Guess who I choose to play. The boastful one, of course. In any other situation, I would want to play the other, wavering one because it’s artistically more challenging (and also I relate more to that character, since I’m in that situation often enough. T_T) but I didn’t want to be challenged, damnit, I want that job! Seems like I played it far too well. The next role was me being an obnoxious brat who wants to eat in a good restaurant and insensitive to the guy’s financial difficulties. I almost laughed out loud at the last scenario. I was to be a kawaii-type girl; the guy, an emo rock star. And they suggested, well hey why don’t I act as his fan? Internally, I was like, well hey, you don’t know how close you’ve hit home mister. That’s me, act-cutesy, emo-boys-loving, fan-girling Christina. I was a little distraught after the audition, for having a personality that was so easy to read. I wanted to be like an onion - yes, I recognise it’s cheesy - with many layers. But I guess it’s still possible, just that the outer few layers are the very visible, act-cutesy, emo-boys-loving, fan-girling christina. Also, I need an ultra portable laptop. My thumbs are feeling abused after typing the above on my E65.