Basinreboot Magazine

BARBIE FERREIRA | THROW US A LAUGH LINE, WILL YA, AND SAVE US FROM OURSELVES

Group 238

Through the magic of managers, agents, and editors-in-chief, it’s all confirmed. I’m very excited to be having dinner with Barbie Ferreira for a refreshingly In Real Life, not online, cover story interview.

Selfmade

Barbie Ferreira | Throw us a Laugh Line Will Ya

Through the magic of managers, agents, and editors-in-chief, it’s all confirmed. I’m very excited to be having dinner with Barbie Ferreira for a refreshingly In Real Life, not online, cover story interview.

And so, early one LA summer evening, the young actor rocks up in a greenish mesh top which tones nicely with the moss-velvet booths of our airy, modern Los Feliz restaurant.

It all goes well. She is warm and bright and friendly.I discover that she has a great, and very frequent laugh that I wish I could more fully capture on the page. We chat. We chew. We part.

Writing up the interview, I notice that caught in the flow of conversation, I somehow neglected to ask her all that many questions about her most well-known role so far—that of Kat Hernandez in HBO high school spectacle, Euphoria.

So I sling a few more Kat-related q’s over via email. While waiting on her replies, and almost done with my first draft, I check back on Ferreira’s ‘gram to make sure I didn’t miss anything of note.

Oh shit. I most definitely missed something:

“after four years of getting to embody the most special and enigmatic character kat, I’m having to say a very teary eyed goodbye.

I hope many of you could see yourself in her like i did and that she brought you joy to see her journey into the character she is today.

I put all my care and love into her and I hope you guys could feel it. love you katherine hernandez.”

Image barbie

One recent success story comes from a local sawmill client, where iSynergy took an ordinary product to an extraordinary level.

It's All about Barbie Ferriera

Not everyone in the world goes to American High School. But everyone in the world knows what going to American High School feels like.

The rigid, unshakable hierarchy of jocks, bullies, cheerleaders and popular girls lording over nerds, geeks, losers, misfits, and frizzy haired, brace-toothed ducklings awaiting makeovers.

Archetypes rotate, for better or worse, in slightly different formations, passing through the screen into global discourse and personal memory, always pitting the individual against conformity and oppressions.

From American Graffiti to Dazed and Confused. Grease to Heathers. Carrie to The Breakfast Club. Dangerous Minds to Dope. Rebel Without a Cause to Donnie Darko.
Clueless to Mean Girls.

American Pie to American Beauty. Never Been Kissed to 21 Jump Street. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off to Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

Barbie Ferreri

One recent success story comes from a local sawmill client, where iSynergy took an ordinary product to an extraordinary level.

Not everyone in the world goes to American High School. But everyone in the world knows what going to American High School feels like.

The rigid, unshakable hierarchy of jocks, bullies, cheerleaders and popular girls lording over nerds, geeks, losers, misfits, and frizzy haired, brace-toothed ducklings awaiting makeovers.

Archetypes rotate, for better or worse, in slightly different formations, passing through the screen into global discourse and personal memory, always pitting the individual against conformity and oppressions.

From American Graffiti to Dazed and Confused. Grease to Heathers. Carrie to The Breakfast Club. Dangerous Minds to Dope. Rebel Without a Cause to Donnie Darko.
Clueless to Mean Girls.

American Pie to American Beauty. Never Been Kissed to 21 Jump Street. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off to Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

ggag

Not everyone in the world goes to American High School. But everyone in the world knows what going to American High School feels like.

The rigid, unshakable hierarchy of jocks, bullies, cheerleaders and popular girls lording over nerds, geeks, losers, misfits, and frizzy haired, brace-toothed ducklings awaiting makeovers.

3rd

Not everyone in the world goes to American High School. But everyone in the world knows what going to American High School feels like.

The rigid, unshakable hierarchy of jocks, bullies, cheerleaders and popular girls lording over nerds, geeks, losers, misfits, and frizzy haired, brace-toothed ducklings awaiting makeovers.

Archetypes rotate, for better or worse, in slightly different formations, passing through the screen into global discourse and personal memory, always pitting the individual against conformity and oppressions.

From American Graffiti to Dazed and Confused. Grease to Heathers. Carrie to The Breakfast Club. Dangerous Minds to Dope. Rebel Without a Cause to Donnie Darko.
Clueless to Mean Girls.

American Pie to American Beauty. Never Been Kissed to 21 Jump Street. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off to Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

Thanks for Reading

Basinreboot Magazine is North America's Luxury Magazine. We focus our content on everything love. Gear, Tech, Fashion, Rides, Sports, Health & Fitness, Food, and Feature Men and Women who possess SWAG.

How did we do? We release short features like this regularly. Know someone that has "BASINREBOOT"? Contact Us!

selfmade