Some Questions For Phoebe Waller-Bridge From “Fleabag”

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No reason, but where would you say you fall on the Kinsey Scale, if you subscribe to that sort of thing?

No reason, but how strong would you say your marriage is?

Some people say “life is in the details,” and I’m curious for no reason, but what would you say you’re doing every moment of every day, like starting from the moment you get up to the moment you put you head on the pillow again some 12 to 16 hours later?

No reason, but what do you dream about? Some people don’t like to hear other people’s dreams, but in this scenario, your dreams, what is every one you’ve ever had in your entire life?

No reason, but say someone were to get a pair of pants tailored for you, what would you say your waist, length and inseam are?

No reason, but same concept, but for your neck? Not like, pants for your neck, but that’s a funny image, isn’t it? We’re having fun. No reason, but would you say we’re having fun? Anyway, question within a question here, but back to the original one: how long would you say your neck is?

No reason, but where would you say you hang out?

No reason, but when would you say you’re going to be on social media, if at all?

No reason, but have you ever considered recording an audio book that someone could potentially play as they went to sleep?

No reason, but do you need an American visa?

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  1. If it means anything, the theatre in London that helped her develop the idea as a stage play first is hella gay.

    Like, super super gay.

    It’s such a supportive creative environment y’all.


  2. Reading this is kind of surreal as I used to work at the theatre that first produced Fleabag (when it was a one-woman-play) – its strange that its now made its way to America!

    The success couldn’t be happening to a nicer person though. She’s absolutely charming IRL.

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