Well, I pretended I was serious and wanted to learn, so they let me in. Why don’t we make everyone else’s monologue about me?
To me, it's acceptable if the joke is funny and if it is said in a context of no hate. because I have, I think, over 800 likes of it on Instagram, I forget the number, I have to look it up.
But here's the thing, I'm not being pejorative, I'm not being dismissive, but I have to say I don't care. 'Cause the minute a comic starts caring about every single person's opinion, they become watered down, and horrible, and have no sense of relevance whatsoever." So, Lampanelli doesn't care about feedback when it's negative, but when it's positive, she presents it as Exhibit A to prove that she can't be racist because Instagram followers "liked" her photo? Apparently, she never once considering that those 800-plus followers may very well be as simple --minded and thirsty for attention as she is.
And I don't mean funny Undeniably, calling a woman b***h as an endearment is another problematic conversation worth having; but today, let's deal with the most combustible issue.
From The Huffington Post to XOJane, Lampanelli has recycled the same tired, misguided rhetoric that some black people use to justify re-purposing plantation language as a show of camaraderie -- namely, that the use of an "a" instead of an "er" makes the word acceptable.
She also has been revealing her trimmer shape at several events, like the opening of a Broadway play in April and, more recently, at Billy Crystal's show in November where her pins looked incredibly thin.'For 32 years - from 18 to 50 - I tried everything on the planet, and once I had a clean slate with that I said, "You know what? I'm going to treat this like the addiction that it is.
I'm going to get this surgery and use it as a tool,"' she said.
She has also said, 'The doctor who did my procedure explained that obesity risks are much greater than the risks for this surgery.
The comedian, 52, filed for divorce from her husband of close to four years, according to TMZ.
I put a picture of me and Lena Dunham on Twitter in February and it said, “Me with my nigga.” I’m thinking it means friend. I’m not gonna ruin my reputation with the blacks no more. I don’t need to rustle any more feathers and lose any investors.
He said maybe onstage people get the intention behind the joke, but a tweet is 140 characters or less, and maybe that’s why people overreact. I like when [my husband] puts it on the nightstand.
'For 32 years - from 18 to 50 - I tried everything on the planet, and once I had a clean slate with that I said, "You know what? I'm going to treat this like the addiction that it is.