Kerijas Bredšovas vīrieškārtas dubultnieks - Carrie Dragshaw

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Kerijas Bredšovas vīrieškārtas dubultnieks - Carrie Dragshaw
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Ņujorkieša Dena Kleja (Dan Clay) ceļš uz ikoniskā seriāla «Sekss un lielpilsēta» galvenās varones Kerijas Bredšovas atdarināšanu sākās 2016. gadā, kad viņš Helovīnam jeb Visu svēto dienas priekšvakaram izvēlējās rakstnieces slaveno tērpu, kurš redzams seriāla ievadā.

Kerijas Bredšovas dubultnieka gaitām «Instagram» seko jau 106 tūkstoši cilvēku no visas pasaules.

It can be hard out there for a single girl, but there are a few words that provide instant comfort: “Vogue September Issue,” “2-for-1 Cosmopolitans,” “Manolo Blahnik Sample Sale,” and “Perfect First Date Follow-Up.” PFDFU. It's flirty and funny. Easy, breezy, and cool. He's clearly into it and you're like a pair of purple control top pantyhose: fun and holding it all together. It takes you right back to that perfect first date, when the conversation flowed effortlessly, the spark lit instantly, and the first kiss felt like fate. As you flirt on the phone, you float on a cloud that seems to sparkle from the inside, and for a moment you forget your baggage, you forget your past, you forget how many times you’ve felt this feeling before but it failed to last...and you smile. I couldn't help but wonder: Maybe love is like a mobile phone. When you have a good connection, you’ve just got to keep talking and hope for the best. #CarrieDragshaw

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Meanwhile uptown, I was living a teenage dream in a castle on a cloud, high above Central Park. The thing is, when you’re a teenager, you look at adults and see freedom: No Parents. No Rules. But when you’re an adult, you look at teenagers and see freedom: No Bosses. No Bills. I couldn’t help but wonder: When did getting older go from dream to dread? When it comes to growing up, were some of us too chicken to cross the road? Or maybe, every once in a while, you can make the mature adult decision to act like a rebellious adolescent. To serve a giant Kentucky Fried F*ck You to deadlines, diets, dating and the rest of reality. In life, most days you get dressed and conquer the world. So some days you can get stoned and eat from a bucket. You can solve your problems in your Prada mañana. Today, channel your inner Ferris Bueller and put 'em in the f*ck it bucket. Because in a fast-paced city like New York, sometimes you’ve got to hop out of the speedboat and just splash around—even if you might get caught. After all, before a flower can grow, it needs a little pot. #CarrieDragshaw

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In life, sometimes when you look ahead, all you see is your past. Your future gets crowded with coulda woulda shouldas and maybe-next-time exes. As I stood in the market looking at a sea of foreign spices, I saw something sweet and familiar: Aidan. I couldn’t help but wonder: Inside every confident, forward-looking woman, was a part of her heart looking back wondering “What If?” Maybe life is like a crowded market in Abu Dhabi. It’s more than a little bazaar. You never know what you’re going to find, and there are so many paths it’s easy to get lost. But sometimes, if you have a perfectly cooked meal waiting for you at home, it’s best not to pick up anything at the market. Plus, New Yorkers travel with enough baggage already. Everyone loves adventure, but maybe life’s biggest adventure is loving someone so much you forget the old “What Ifs.” After all, when one Dior closes, another opens. And the other could be Big. #CarrieDragshaw

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[Outfit from the alternate, never aired opening sequence to SATC.] Life is full of choices. Heels or Flats? Paper or plastic? Prada or Chanel? Date or Dump? Dress or Tutu? As I thought back on all the dresses I didn’t buy and all the men who didn’t fit, I couldn’t help but wonder: What becomes of the alternates we don’t pick? Do they follow us around, like a price tag we forgot to cut off? And who would we have become if we had chosen a different path? I guess we can never really know, because the first dress rehearsal for life…is life. Life isn’t a fitting room, it’s a runway. And thankfully, no matter what look you pick, fate will make sure your soulmates make it to the front row. So maybe the past is like a bus stop: You shouldn’t live there, or you’ll just watch the future pass you by. After all, I’d rather trip and fall on a bus to Fabulous than spend eternity planning the perfect route. Because the secret to happiness is simple: live fast, love hard, f*ck hate, and always pick the tutu. #CarrieDragshaw

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I had a thought: They say you learn something new every day. So are we all just schoolgirls at the University of L.I.F.E.? Where it's less chemistry and more Cavali, less gym and more Coach, and everything you really need to know you learn in a subway car (Lesson 1: The empty car is empty for a reason.) But if life lessons come every day, like mail, was most of it junk? I couldn't help but wonder: If life was the school and New York was the classroom, what had I learned? I learned Biology: Only love can heal a broken heart. Statistics: You miss 100% of the shoes you don't buy. History: Just because a relationship ends doesn't mean you failed. Accounting: Just because a dress is on sale doesn't mean you can afford it. Meteorology: Between cold winter nights and hot, juicy garbage—you can handle more than you think. Psychology: You can learn a lot about a person by how they act at a sample sale. Physics: You shouldn't waste your energy on negative thoughts and you shouldn't waste your time on negative men. Theater Arts: Petty drama doesn't make you more important. Culinary Arts: You have all the ingredients for happiness already—mix 4 girls in 1 large melting pot, add men...and serve hot. I suppose there's no Easy A in the School of Hard Knocks. But if life is a classroom, maybe ours could be one for the history books. #CarrieDragshaw

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Kā zināms, Pārkere seriālā filmējās kopā ar Kimu Ketrelu, Kristīnu Deivisu un Sintiju Niksoni no 1998. līdz 2004. gadam. Visas četras vēlreiz atveidoja savas lomas divās «Seksa un lielpilsētas» filmās 2008. un 2012. gadā.

Tagad Pārkere redzama seriālā «Divorce» («Šķiršanās») kopā ar Tomasu Heidenu Čērču, atveidojot pāri, kuru laulība brūk kopā.

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