I'm pretty lucky. I don't get too many haters.
Australia has a thing where apparently it's fine for me to dress up as an Asian woman. No one has questioned that.
I get bored with the constant probing for the cliched tears of the clown, the dark side of the comic.
I really like Jeff Lewis and 'Flipping Out' and 'Interior Therapy.' I don't know why I'm obsessed with American real estate and renovation.
I'm not interested in being one of those comedians who wants to look good and be this 'cool' funny person. I don't care how weird or ugly I look.
I've done signings where elderly people will line up to get photos with me and ask me to sign things. They don't even pretend it's for their grandkids. They're like, 'No, it's for me.'
To be honest, after all the crap that happened with 'Summer Heights High,' I was like, 'I'm not going to write anything controversial or edgy ever again; I just can't handle the blame.'
I feel really qualified to write about Australia.
I find teenage girls endlessly funny.
I met Kim Kardashian in a nightclub once, and she was really nice. Kanye was with her, but he didn't speak. He just looked at me.
You feel the pressure of going to university because you need a back-up plan, which is why I enrolled.
I find actors a little bit too self-conscious.
I'm interested in youth culture - when your parents are running your life, but you think you're the big man - but I'm not trying to make a statement.
I'm not really a management-type person. It doesn't suit my personality to be bossing people around.
It's barely OK for me to be dressed up as a black guy. But part of me kind of enjoys provoking people.
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