I always was trying to make people laugh as a kid. I was a big fan of Carol Burnett and Gilda Radner. I watched them and I remember feeling as a child, when I heard the laughter they got, a little jealous that they made someone laugh like that.
I'm not a neat freak. I don't mind things being messy but I mind them being dirty. I just can't relax in a dirty environment. I like things organized.
My actions and the things I say and do, I wonder if they have an effect on my daughter and the way she's going to be as a person. I just want her to be a good person.
But inside, I'm going, 'Oh my God, is my zipper up? Do I have a booger in my nose?' That's my inner monologue.
I try to be a good person. I know what my downfalls are, so that's a good thing.
There's a lot involved in going to the bathroom for women.
Are you trying to give me a hint that I should drop it? I can lose the accent; I just have to really focus on what I'm saying. And I have to talk slowly.
I love men who know when to put their foot down and when not to.
The guy has to kill the spider and get the dead mouse outta the pool.
I used to do skits for my mom... and I was always entertaining as a kid.
Men have just come up to me and asked for my number right away. That doesn't work. You have to know somebody and have a conversation.
I love a man in a suit. Men should stay clothed, even if they have nice bodies.
Men stop trying after a while and get lazy.
I've always had a show that went seven episodes or 13 episodes or whatever. And I've never had a show that's gone past a first season. It really is a lot of work.
I applaud my mother now for getting me through that time and making me believe in myself.
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