I would love to be a father. I had a great father who taught me how gratifying that is. I'm not going to deny myself that. I think I'd be good at it. Everybody wants that experience. I definitely do.
My theory is that all of Scottish cuisine is based on a dare.
I knew I wanted to be a father; I didn't know it was going to be this awesome or that my kid would come out so beautiful and lovely.
I still believe that at any time the no-talent police will come and arrest me.
Canada is a country of ingredients without a cuisine; we're a country with musicians without an indigenous instrument; Toronto's a city that doesn't even have a dish named after it.
I think that Scottish people, like Canadians, are often misunderstood and what I like about my Scottish friends and relatives is how quickly it can go from love to anger. It's a great dynamic.
Europe is scooters. Europe is five young people on one bench sharing a chocolate bar. Their idea of entertainment and fun is so much different than ours, which is exactly why a movie about them would be funny.
Canada is the essence of not being. Not English, not American, it is the mathematic of not being. And a subtle flavour - we're more like celery as a flavour.
Anyone who tells you fatherhood is the greatest thing that can happen to you, they are understating it.
I can be described as many things, but no description of me is complete without saying 'Englishman.' My parents were from Liverpool and emigrated to Canada before I was born.
I like smart jokes, I like dumb jokes, and I like dumb jokes done smartly.
I grew up in Toronto and as long as I can remember, as long as there was cable, even those old cable boxes that were wired to the TV, there have been Bollywood movies on Toronto TV.
For me, everything definitely comes from music.
Marriage can be viewed as the waiting room for death.
Austin sounds a little bit like Aston Martin, which is the type of car James Bond would drive.
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