Comedian, 31, who was rejected for TWO jobs in one day, takes herself to DISNEYLAND to forget her misery – and eventually wins a legion of new fans by tweeting the experience live
- Julia Prescott, from California, started Twitter thread after she got a rejection
- Instead of sitting at home and wallowing in her misery, Julia went to Disneyland alone
- She documented her solo Disney adventure in a series of highly recognizable tweets
- The day of the 31-year-old hit a bump in her way when she got another rejection
A comedian who was rejected for two writing assignments one day took herself to Disneyland in an effort to forget her misery – and earned herself internet fame in the process by tweeting her hilarious day out live.
Julia Prescott, 31, from Eagle Rock in California, started the relatable thread on Wednesday after receiving bad news about a potential project.
But instead of sitting at home and wallowing in the rejection, the comedian decided to treat the news in a different way – by bringing herself to the Disneyland parks and then documenting her solo day on Twitter, much to the delight of her fellow users.
Overcome: Julia Prescott, 31, from Eagle Rock in California, decided to visit Disneyland on Wednesday after receiving bad news about a potential writing project
Staying strong: the writer regularly shared updates of her day at Disneyland and revealed the different rides she undertook while dealing with her rejection
In the series of tweets, which has received more than 2000 likes, Julia shared snaps while driving the Incredicoaster, waited in line for Soarin & # 39; and relaxed in Main Street, USA.
She later revealed that she had received another rejection letter at the park, but remained positive and it said & # 39; everything will be fine & # 39 ;.
Julia went to Twitter and wrote: & # 39; I didn't get a writing job, so now I'm alone in Disneyland & # 39; along with a picture of herself posing in the park.
An hour later, the comedian shared an update of her day – a picture of herself aboard Splash Mountain. She endorsed the shot: & # 39; UPDATE: Everything will be fine. & # 39;
But later in the day Julia tweeted again, this time with more disappointing news. She said: & # 39; UPDATE: literally got a new rejection through. email & # 39 ;.
Angry: Not long after arriving at Disneyland, Julia revealed that she had received another rejection, this time via email, and admitted that the second & # 39; harder hurt & # 39;
Furthermore: Julia took followers on an emotional journey with her and told how she dealt with her feelings of rejection
Although she admitted that the & # 39; second rejection hurt harder, Julia refused to let bad news ruin her trip when she posted photos aboard the Cars ride and lined up for Soarin.
& # 39; I have decided that I am still a good writer, although I have been rejected twice and that some Hollywood gatekeepers are just not in my s *** and that is ok, maybe I should eat a churro , & # 39; she said.
And after making a few cocktails and making friends with a Disneyland duck, Julia did not conclude that & # 39; that job was probably the best & # 39; because she is now free to make a comedy with her friends.
She said: & # 39; Now I am pretty excited and I read your comments and I really don't feel alone.
& # 39; Not getting that job was probably for the best cause, now I am free to do hoodrat & # 39; s *** with my friends (make a comedy). Thank you for being here with us on another c ****** day. & # 39;
Julia did not conclude that & # 39; that job was probably the best & # 39 ;, because she is now free to make a comedy with her friends
The friends and followers of the comedian soon adopted the remarks of the thread to praise the way Julia handled the rejection.
One wrote: & # 39; I know dealing with rejection is not as simple as making it look like, but your attitude and method of dealing with it is absolutely A + material.
"You'll get them next time, go for another cocktail (assuming you don't drive)!"
Another added: & # 39; This has been a nice thread. Your response to what happened was perfect. This is for you and the lucky f ****** who will love your letter completely. & # 39;
& # 39; Best rejection adventure and outfit ever & # 39 ;, said a third.
The friends and followers of the comedian soon adopted the remarks of the thread to praise the way Julia handled the rejection
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