(if indeed that is your name)
I really enjoy your profile. You seem positively ebullient, and I do not say that to all the girls.
To answer your question, I think wanting to be an actor is worse than wanting to be a writer. Actors tend to be narcissists; writers at least have something to say. But what’s really stunning is that you present as positive and social and well-adjusted, have a big smile in most of your pictures, and yet want to be a writer? Since when do well-adjusted people want to be writers? I am not speaking in stereotypes here: I know writers. (in which “know” is in italics)
So here is a question for you: If you were to go on a date with me (which might be an oh-so-subtle goal of mine, seeing as I’m writing you on a website that, embarrassingly enough, has “Cupid” in its name), would you be offended if I brought along a little spritz container of water? It seems to work well on cats when they climb up on things they’re not supposed to. Just a little spritz and a firm “No” seems to do the trick. Just in case? Unless that seems objectionable…
My response – “Yes. It would be objectionable.”