I don’t have a clue what to tell people, I’m a complete idiot, says an American comedian who says she feels like a complete failure because she didn’t have time to write a script for a Broadway show.
I don the word “toxic,” said the comedian, who is part of a national dialogue about toxic and underperforming performers.
I can only guess that the producers were looking for a bad guy.
It’s not just that I’m one of the few women in America who can’t write a joke, which is a huge blow to my career and my life, said the 46-year-old comedian, whose work is often critical of feminism, race and the state of American culture.
In the past few years, I’ve seen a lot of comedians, comedians who have had to do it for their entire careers get into hot water for writing too many jokes.
I have no problem with people writing for themselves and saying things they don’t mean.
I’m just disappointed that I didn’t get the chance to tell my own story and tell it in a way that people would understand and appreciate.
I’m not trying to be a martyr, said this self-proclaimed genius.
I didn�t need to do this for my career.
I just needed to get better.
While the comedian’s act is based on the idea that the work of a writer is an act of love, I think that’s really a lie, said David Spade, the director of the New York Times comedy festival, in an interview with The Washington Post.
If you think a writer acts out a passion for something, then you’re going to act out a love for that passion.
I think a lot comedians, especially in this new age of the Internet, are getting sucked into that lie.
Spade has known the comedian for decades, having directed her to several of his comedy shows.
He said that she has an incredible ability to write jokes, but it’s hard for people to see that.
She’s a great writer, but that doesn’t mean that she’s going to write every single line of the joke, he said.
That doesn’t make her a bad writer.
I don�t know what I’m going to say.
Spade also suggested that some of her critics might not understand the point of her writing, since it is largely based on her belief that people are just stupid.
I feel bad that people can�t see what I see.
People are going to see what she sees, and I hope that they will be inspired to think about why they think she�s so great and to try to write better jokes.
Spade added that she can only think of one reason she thinks she should be praised for her work: Because her fans think she’s a genius.
Spades said that if people see the jokes she writes, they can understand the jokes better, but he also added that there is something about writing that seems more difficult to explain.
I mean, I just can�’t write them.
The comedian is also a regular guest on ABC�s Good Morning America and the Daily Show.
The interview was first reported by the Associated Press.