If you take a chance on yourself, that’s the best chance you can take.
The only way to learn, grow, and inspire is to put yourself in unfamiliar situations and take chances. I've never done anything like speed dating before, and it was an amazing experience. It's so interesting how you can tell whether or not you click with someone in such a short period of time. I didn't have any expectations going into it, but definitely learned that it wasn't always easy to strike up a conversation. This was a fun experience because I learned about myself and how it's important to try new things and push the limit. I learned that the best way to handle these situations is to be yourself and have no expectations. "Life begins at the end of your comfort zone." -Neale Donald Walsch.
I really wish I could have been there for Chanel. It breaks my heart that I knew everything she was going through with her sister getting married, and I had to work that night. I'm glad Ashlee stuck by Chanel at the event because that's what a real friend does.
It's unfortunate that I can't take off from work to make every event. I can’t wait for everyone to see my work environment! Whenever I take time off, I don't work, and I don't make money. I support myself and everything I do, so there are some sacrifices I have to make in order to live. If you haven't heard Jay-Z's new song "Beach is Better," it should explain the elite level of my job: "Started out at the Darby, Ended up at 1OAK, Left the house with 100 grand, Ended up near broke." -Jay-Z
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Joey is more mature and more professional than you and Ashlee. You and Ashlee need to grow up and see the real world. You both are very annoying.
Instead of ignoring Joey after hearing some of the questions she posed to the opposite sex during speed dating night, why didn't you simply ask Joey to explain herself? Didn't it occur to you that both you and Ashlee could have misunderstood Joey's intent with respect to her outrageous comments and/or questions? To treat Joey the way you and Ashlee did that night was callous and incredibly rude. Both you and Ashlee accused Joey of being "classless", but to my mind, that more aptly describes both your and Ashlee's treatment towards Joey.
Casey, at first I liked you because you seemed genuine, however as the show has gone on, you come across as fake and self-righteous...you are definitely not as cool as you want to appear...
I thought that you and Joey were friends. You aren't acting like much of a friend. I'm very disappointed in your behavior. Get over yourself.
I can't watch your interviews without thinking of Romy and Michele's High School Reunion! You speak exactly like Mira Sorvino's character. It's truly hilarious. If you haven't seen it, you must.
I find it weird that when you had a problem with Erica you initially ignored her and pretended that she wasn't there. Then when you didn't approve of Joey's behavior at speed dating you ignored her. You stated that you couldn't even say hi to Erica because you, "weren't fake like that". It's not called being fake, it's called having manners which you apparently do not have.
You are a debby downer. You're not in that many scenes because you are boring. It's too bad because you are the prettiest of the group.
Well I think Joey is the most stunningly, beautiful woman on the show...and I'm a non-jewish guy...
What you and Asslee did to Joey during speed dating of ignoring her was downright rude. You are no friend and a fence straddles, playing both sides....wonder if you treat Joey differently when Asslee is not around?
The "elite level" of your job. You work as a table girl. Proud to be a cocktail waitress? When are we gonna see your artwork?