Amy Poehler wrote a charming essay for the New Yorker's money issue, detailing her first summer job at an ice cream parlor: "But the teen-agers were the worst...They would file in, Adam's apples bouncing, and announce it was their birthdays. Since Chadwick's operated on an honor system, I would have to look into their sweaty, lying faces and smile like a flight attendant. Some of them would order their sundaes while asking me to 'hold their nuts.' Was this the life of an actor?" [New Yorker] [Photo]
by Paula Forbes
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