Dance clubs and dive bars may have worked in the '90s, but now, even if you’re out, your phone is a much easier way to find someone to "watch Netflix and chill" with (especially someone you won’t regret tomorrow).
And the great thing is, whether you prefer chatting extensively with your new crush first or a little fantasy in your play, there are diverse options to suit your every whim and desire.
Rachel Mc Adams - If there's one thing more convincing than being a highly sought after voice over actress, it's the fact that Chabert is still close with her MEAN GIRLS co-star, Rachel Mc Adams.
Christian Mingle - They made a movie about the Christian Mingle dating site, which is bad enough.
- Perhaps I'm the only person who considers having the inside track on all of the best, most entertaining animated series a huge plus but I love that Lacey might not always be on the big screen but will always have constant work on the little one as a voice over actress.
While Mila Kunis hit the ground running as a funny lady when she was only 14, Prepon slowly grew into the role of Hot Donna, getting sharper and funnier as the series wore on.
Versatile - Unfortunately for Prepon, work wasn't as easy to secure once her first show was over and while she did wallow away in a few low budget craptastic cheeseball movies, she found her footing again with Orange is the New Black, showing that she's capable of being as serious as she is funny.
Powerful - Not only is Fishel's mature Topanga on Girl Meets World the best upgrade her original version could have ever gotten, the fact that Danielle has also produced, written and directed a number of the new episodes speaks for how masterfully she can work her way through the often corruptly sexist world of entertainment.
High Pitched Voice - While her voice works as her character on the show, I'm not exactly a fan of how high pitched and shrieky she can sound and imagining getting into a fight with her is something my ears cringe at.