As seen in the first webisode , Lucy is on the verge of getting married and out-of-the-blue gets these text message warning her to not go through with it. Unsure who exactly is sending the messages, Lucy is uncertain whether to take the advice being offered. But as the series continues, even more adventures are to be had as Lucy discovers that she is receiving text messages from a future-version of herself. Sounds like a sci-fi show, but in reality, this webseries is a fun comedy about a young woman trying to make the right choices in her life. Taking a few minutes in an exclusive interview with theTVaddict.
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Dating Rules For My Future Self
Sign in. What's the difference between a five-night-stand and scoring yourself a better man? It's the Sexy Black Cat-but do it at your own risk. Only your future self knows for sure. Watch now. After 15 years in foster homes, Lux decides to get emancipated, which leads to her meeting her birth parents. It's a great song and the girlfriend gets hit on so the boyfriend fight the man who hit on the girlfriend.
Shiri Appleby DATING RULES FROM MY FUTURE SELF Interview
Dating is complicated enough. But, getting answers about your love life today from your older, wiser self, 10 years in the future, would certainly make you stop and re-evaluate. So, with her future self using an app to send her helpful little texts, Lucy could finally be headed towards the future of her dreams. Check out what she had to say after the jump. Shiri Appleyby: I think the show is really about the moment when a girl starts listening to the voice in her head, and listens to her subconscious to make decisions.
I am writing them down in the hopes that I will not fall prey to the same mistakes considering that the only reason I am posting this is because I am still hopelessly single as I have been for the past 18 years. This is a damn web series it should be able to be seen in every country of this world. Anyway does anyone of you has a link that works in europe?