She even asked me to follow her until I came to the right place.may intimidate the human race into bringing order into its international affairs" (Albert Einstein).“Friends” certainly had its fair share of celebrity guest appearances over the course of its ten-year run, from Brad Pitt to Christina Applegate. friends who try to avoid her calls and “phase her out.” Sixteen years later, the actress talks about her experience on the hit sitcom with Metro: “I have to say, I was kind of intimidated, even though I knew Lisa because she was in a comedy group. “The vibe was pretty serious; I don’t think they wanted my input and I could really feel that… I think that was the only time they didn’t give me direction, they wanted me to say the lines and call it a day.” RELATED: Jennifer Aniston Is ‘Super Nostalgic’ For ‘Friends’: ‘I Miss A Lot About That Time’ While she added that everyone on set was friendly, she also said there was a seriousness that made her want to do her part and go to her dressing room.
While being someone people can count on should be a good thing, many people are intimidated by the idea that you do what you said you would do.
A woman saw me sticking out my head through the car window, so she yelled at me because it was too dangerous and unsafe.
She was nice enough to stop and gave me the direction to go to the place where I initially wanted to go.
She even asked me to follow her until I came to the right place. Ill never forget the most intimidating experience of my life. I was going to friends house a couple of months ago. After driving a few more kilometres in a local area I realized that I was driving towards another city.
She even asked me to follow her until I came to the right place. I’ll never forget the most intimidating experience of my life. I was going to friend’s house a couple of months ago. After driving a few more kilometres in a local area I realized that I was driving towards another city.
Having an intimidating personality has nothing to do with you, and everything to do with how people perceive you.