BORN AND RAISED NEW YORKER

  • parent: why hasn't ____ been round lately? I thought you were friends
  • me: well they turned into a cunt

I hate when people ask, ‘What’s it like being an Indian comedian?’ Or similarly, when they ask female comedians what it’s like being a ‘female comedian.’ I’ve never read anyone ask Jerry Seinfeld what it’s like being a ‘Caucasian comedian,’ which is actually a great question. Mindy Kaling put it best when she said something to the effect of, ‘I can go head-to-head with any white, male comedy writer. Don’t try to segment me into a smaller category.’ I thought it was such a badass thing to say and articulated my frustration perfectly.

—Aziz Ansari (via actuallycrying)

(Source: vasavikanneganti, via samanthaajones)

alexleefitz:


Jonathan Banks: Now look at those blue eyes.
Bryan Cranston: Oh my god.
Jonathan Banks: Piercing, heartbreaking…
Aaron Paul: Oh man, its distracting.
Bryan Cranston: I would do anything he told me to do.

- From the audio commentary on 4x06 Cornered

alexleefitz:

Jonathan Banks: Now look at those blue eyes.

Bryan Cranston: Oh my god.

Jonathan Banks: Piercing, heartbreaking…

Aaron Paul: Oh man, its distracting.

Bryan Cranston: I would do anything he told me to do.

- From the audio commentary on 4x06 Cornered

(via bitchybillionaire)