Are you a " twenty-something young woman seeking fame, fortune, love or even a hookup with potential" (psh, who isn't)? Are you a "well educated and cultured extrovert" (uh, we think so, maybe)?
Are you the real-life Hannah Horvath, who is a sort of interpretation of Girls writer-star Lena Dunham...so...are you the real-life kinda-fake Lena Dunham? If you answered yes to all of these questions, then you could star on a Girls-esque reality series that is casting right now!
An "Emmy-winning production company" posted a Craigslist ad looking for New York girls kind of like, well, Girls: The ad reads as follows:
Turning a hit TV series into a reality series is hardly a new idea (Desperate Housewives became The Real Housewives of Orange County; The O.C. became Laguna Beach, then The Hills and finally The City) and the only premise of this installment is that you have to enjoy brunch and fighting, no matter whether you're a writer, model or glorified dog walker (yes, glorified dog walkers, this is your shot!).
All you have to do is share your "your dreams and woes, your highs and lows, your tales of *** in the city." Are those asterisks censoring the word "sex?" Because we're not sure how a series will show the naked truth of 20-something life if they can't even say sex in a casting call. Unless Craigslist censored the word, in which case: You can marry a prostitute on your site, Craigslist, you know that, right?
But seriously, "Only well educated and cultured extroverts need apply." So don't even both, ya dumb introverts.