The actor kicked his comments on her alma mater by congratulating her former professors and the families of the candidates before launching a list of advice she lives in.
"I honestly never wanted to do anything less and I never regretted saying yes to anything more than talking to all of you, "Garner told the class. "Writing this speech has made me examine my life choice. It has made me get five pounds … I've experienced an unhealthy self-defense. I've even hated my friend, Denison alum [actor] Steve Carrell. me as if he graduated 10 years before me, he should first have had it first. I think he was in the office. "
She continued to thank some theater professors who became mentors to her and said so she was specifically asked to give some advice "like a woman in the world" because "that would be a good idea."
"Don't go down the Grand Canyon to see what it looks like from the bottom."
"Don't smoke and don't vape … now that you have to grow, it's not sweet."
"Nothing looks better in your 50s than sunscreen in the 20s."
] "When it comes to Halloween costumes, have fun over sexy. Why would you dress like a flirtatious nurse when you could be a mailbox?"
"Mixed signals are not mixed signals, they are a no." [1
Finally, Garner advised: "Stay close on your college friends. "
" You just spent four years hanging out with them, the story is priceless, "she said. said.
Garner graduated from Denison in 1994, or as she called it, "an Ariana Grande ago."