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© 2019 Jackie Minsky

the 50th episode of stupid wise girl the podcast, featuring jessica harlow. plus 15 questions.



Jessica Harlow is a YouTube sensation. Her channel "MissJessicaHarlow" is over 9 years old , and has over 600 Thousand followers. She is also the voice behind my favorite, The Jessica Harlow Podcast.


Three years ago, at a dark time in my life, I would drive around in my car listening to The Jessica Harlow Podcast. Never in a million years did I think I would have my own podcast, yet alone get the chance to build an online friendship, and then interview Jessica for my 50th episode.


Magical Manifestation


As you will hear in Episode 50, about a year ago, Jessica and I were joking around late at night, about The Vortex. The Vortex is a spiritual place where energies align. Hours later, Jessica and I had our first "accidental" run-in with each other. Did The Vortex make this happen, or did two powerful beings create magic?


Listen to Episode 50 Now to find out


Lacy Phillips always talks about expanders, which are people that expand your imagination, vibration and/or frequency. Jessica Harlow was and is still one of my expanders.


Realizing that I manifested, and got into perfect alignment to make this episode happen, made me believe in the universal law so much!


whatever you desire, is already making its way to you


If at any point I doubted my own power, or you might be someone unsure of how powerful we are, take this episode as a token of proof, manifesting is real.


After the interview finished, I decided to ask Jessica some real fun questions. I adore her and plus, you can always count on Jessica Harlow to give you the best, funniest answers.


Hope you enjoy Jessica Harlow's 15 Fun Extra Questions


XOXO Jackie



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1)


Name three things you would need with you if you were stranded on an island:


Jessica: Hopefully there’s some fruits and vegetables growing on the island. I’d make myself a nice salad. A notebook and pen. A really good book. Hopefully I’d get rescued soon because I can really fill up a notebook quickly. Sunscreen. That’s four but I believe in abundance. I’d probably manifest a rescue in a few days. In the meantime, this would be a great vacation.



2)


If you could have dinner with 1 person (living or dead) who would it be, and why?


Jessica: Probably my future self, but if that’s not an option, Howard Stern or Joan Rivers. Comedians and talk show hosts are my people.



3)


If someone were to play you in a movie, which actress would you want it to be and why?


Jessica: I’d probably do it myself. I do everything myself.



4)


Do you have any weird food combinations? If so what are they?


Jessica: I’ll put chocolate syrup on popcorn and even dip Doritos in it. I like mixing salty and sweet.



5)


Name a movie you can watch over and over again?


Jessica: Oh man, so many. When I love a movie or a TV series, I’ll go back to it over time and re-watch. I once read that people tend to go back to certain shows and movies because they feel a familiarity with the characters, like they know them and get to revisit them and their worlds. I think that’s true.


Over the past few years, I must have watched Up in the Air a good 50x. It’s on Netflix again now. I literally screamed when I saw it was back even though I already own it. I have seen it 3 times since.


For something to put me in a good mood, I’ll watch Death Becomes Her, First Wives Club, or White Chicks.


Then there’s American Beauty which I’ve seen easily over 100 times. It’s my absolute favorite film of all time. I never get tired of it even though I know every line.


I’ve re-watched The Shining and Eyes Wide Shut a dozen times each. I love Stanley Kubrick.

I could sit here all day listing movies and tv series.




6)


Funniest prank you have ever played on someone, or that someone played on you?


Jessica: I’m the queen of prank phone calls. When I was growing up it was my favorite thing to do. I’d make up entire storylines and continue them on for years. I was clearly an only child with a lot of time on her hands. I didn’t play sports. I didn’t take piano lessons. I prank called people.



7)


If you could have one superpower, what would it be?


Jessica: Be invisible. I’d be able to haunt people before I’d even die. Amazing!



8)


Favorite type of music and/or rapper/artist?


Jessica: Classical and hip-hop. Rock. Depends on my mood. My two favorite artists are Eminem and Marilyn Manson. I don’t really listen to Marilyn as much as I used to, I guess because I’m happier now than I used to be.



9)


How many languages can you speak, what are they?


Jessica: English and Greek.



10)


If you were a super hero, what would be your super hero name?


Jessica: MaJesstic.


11)


If your life had a theme song, what song would it be?


Jessica: Well, a few of my exes have dedicated Crazy B*tch by Buckcherry to me, so I guess if the shoe fits!


12)


Do you have any secret talents?


Jessica:I’m really good at assembling furniture, yes, even if it’s from ikea. I can play a little bit of the piano by ear. I can do voices and imitations.



13)


Best pick up line you’ve ever heard or has been used on you?


Jessica: Not sure if this is a pickup line but once a guy came up to me to tell me that I had the most beautiful hands he’s ever seen. He asked if he could take a photo of them in exchange for buying me a drink. It was odd. We remember the odd stuff though.


14)


How do you relax after a long day?


Jessica: Hot shower and sleep. I’ll probably put something on tv that I’ve seen a million times so that I don’t have to think too hard. Whatever I do, I’ll leave my phone in another room.



15) Biggest pet peeve or worst habit that other people have?


Jessica: I don’t like when people make too many noises with their mouths. Loud chewing. Hearing words be mispronounced or misspelled. I’m a nutcase.