Wyatt1710106 karma2023-01-07 17:15:31 UTC
Frankly, there is nothing too unique or important about me. I just know that just as I was a kid on Reddit 10 years ago who felt there was no infrastructure to answer young kids’ questions about becoming a comedian, I would have loved something like this. Especially from someone who is young in an industry overwhelming dominated by the middle aged.
When I was young I had no idea how to get started in standup, where to start writing, who to tell or not to tell. Just hoping to pay that back a bit.
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Wyatt171054 karma2023-01-07 16:57:00 UTC
Goddamn it of course this is the first question. I would say it’s a sandwich in the same way a tomato is a vegetable. If you’re going to be so pedantic about the literal definition of sandwich or vegetable then yes, instead of asking the real question which is what function does this food serve culturally.
Wyatt171050 karma2023-01-07 17:51:55 UTC
I’ve never met another Brown Wyatt in my life
Wyatt171042 karma2023-01-07 17:22:40 UTC
I learned it by making a painstaking amount of mistakes. Underselling myself and no reaching out to fill my calendar etc. Yes now I have representation for acting, writing, and standup.
Wyatt171040 karma2023-01-07 18:11:17 UTC
I try to always respond with kindness until they’re not kind. I think it’s wrong to be too mean to them unnecessarily.
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