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Marlene Dietrich and Orson Welles

 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.)

 Marlene Dietrich and Orson Welles were sitting at a bar, sipping on their drinks. Suddenly, a young and handsome man walks up to them.

"Excuse me, are you Marlene Dietrich and Orson Welles?" he asks.

"Yes, we are," Orson responds.

The young man looks at Marlene and says, "I just wanted to let you know that I am your biggest fan. I think you're amazing, and I would do anything to meet you."

Marlene turns to Orson and whispers, "Do you want to handle this, or should I?"

Orson smirks and says, "I think I'll let you take this one."

Marlene turns back to the young man and says, "Well, I appreciate your enthusiasm, but I'm afraid I'm not interested in meeting any fans at the moment."

The young man looks crestfallen, but then Orson leans in and says, "However, I am always happy to meet a fellow artist. What do you do?"

The young man brightens up and says, "Oh, I'm a writer. I've written a few short stories, and I'm currently working on a novel."

"Well, isn't that lovely," Marlene drawls. "I'm sure your mother is very proud."

Orson chuckles and says, "Ignore her. She's just jealous because she hasn't written a decent script in years."

Marlene gasps dramatically and says, "Why Orson, you wound me!"

The young man watches the exchange, unsure of what to make of it. Finally, Marlene turns to him and says, "Listen, kid, if you want to be successful in this business, you have to be tough. You have to be willing to take risks and put yourself out there. And most importantly, you have to learn to handle rejection."

The young man nods, taking in her words.

Orson chimes in, "But don't worry too much about rejection. After all, even the great Marlene Dietrich has been turned down a time or two."

Marlene laughs and nudges Orson playfully. "Oh, shut up, you big lug."

The young man smiles, feeling like he's just been let in on a little inside joke.

And so, the three of them continue to chat and joke around, sharing stories and laughs over drinks at the bar.


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