What is wrong with you two?
Wait, what? Is that any way to start off a Q&A? We’re just two gals interviewing strangers on the subway. Is that weird?
Kind of. Why would you do a thing like that?
We’re pretty sure we’re just acting on what the rest of you are thinking. (…Right?) Doesn’t everyone wonder about the strangers in their subway car?
Will you stop answering my questions with a question?
OK, fine. We’ve spent a lot of time riding the subways, and they’re always packed with the most amazing cast of characters. Yet no one speaks to one another. So we thought we’d start learning about all these diverse people around us. It’s not so hard when you’re trapped in a car.
Do you guys get rejected a lot?
Surprisingly, very few people turn us down. In dating and on the subway. Bam.
Are you guys trying to start a revolution or something?
We’re not that naive, but we do think it’d be pretty cool if it weren’t so socially taboo to make real, live, in-person conversation on the train. It’s a lot less weird than going home and posting on Missed Connections, which is what too many people seem to do these days. Until then, you should totally leave comments under our videos, and share your stories!
How do I know when you’ll be interviewing?
What do you do when you’re not underground harassing strangers?
We run a totally awesome theater company called Lively Productions. You should click on that there link and check it out.
I work for an awesome company, too. Can we collaborate?
We thought you’d never ask! YES! We’d love to produce branded content for you and discuss all kinds of other options. We’re great brainstormers, and we’re ready to sell out! Kind of. We’re not going to compromise our artistic integrity or anything like that, which means that everything we do will remain amazing.
Great. How can I get in touch?
You can email us at email@example.com. We both check it regularly.
Alli and Jen