Interview With My Ex-Girlfriend: Allison Weiss

Welcome to Interviews With My Ex-Girlfriend, in which Autostraddle writers get back in touch with their ex-girlfriends to ask them Five Simple Questions:

How long did we date?
Why did we break up?
What did you learn from our relationship?
What do you miss most about me?
Would you invite me to your wedding (why/why not)?

Dannielle: How long were we together and when?
Allison: We were together for approximately eight months in the year 2010. From the end of 2009 into 2010.
Dannielle: Yeah. Cool. Good answer. Correct. I don’t know, it’s not a game show. Okay: why did we break up to the best of your recollection?
Allison: This is the fun one. Well, at the time I thought that we broke up because — wait, I’m sorry, I’m trying not to be awkward.
Dannielle: I feel like awkward is good for this, though, right?
Allison: Yeah, I feel like I was a tiny baby and you weren’t a baby but we were both much younger.
Dannielle: We were so young.
Allison: We were s...

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Dannielle holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Performance, and spent three years in Chicago studying improv and sketch comedy (that’s where the funny comes from). During that time she was also teaching drama to kids ages 8 – 18. Dannielle is the creator of Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber, was the runner-up to be the first ever MTVTJ (twitter jockey), ran social media for Virgin Mobile on the Lady Gaga Monster Ball Tour, and starred as Justin Bieber in Not Another Celebrity Movie. She believes herself to be a “stellar problem solver,” has the ability to see both sides of the situation #libra, and gets her dance moves from her dad.

Dannielle has written 12 articles for us.