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I’m such a geek, and have always been a real nerd.
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I really do know football.
Aisha Tyler

When I get old and slow down I want to look behind me and see all the fire and the wreckage and no stone left unturned.
Aisha Tyler

You rarely see women being nice to each other on television anymore.
Aisha Tyler

I am absolutely a Giants fan and I’m a Dynasty baby so I was a 49ers fan for a long time.
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Time, I Am, Baby
Maybe the nails are a little stubby and gnawed on, but I definitely do not have man hands.
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I love Toronto. I love it. I love Toronto. I love Canada. I can’t wait to get back. Can’t wait to have some Timbits.
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I’m the kindest, most supportive friend ever, probably to my own detriment, but I hope that I am toughening up a little bit.
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I like grown up comedy.
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You know, I read graphic novels but not encyclopedically.
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But I love stand-up, and it’s where I came from creatively, so it’s something I never want to walk away from.
Aisha Tyler

So much of a stand-up’s life is doing live radio and having to be funny and quick on the spot with these strangers, and sort of surgical in terms of how funny I can be in three minutes.
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I’m just myself, so I don’t know that I think of myself as a nerd icon.
Aisha Tyler

Wounds turn into scars and scars make you tough.
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I’m sure you can imagine it’s pretty frustrating to have people talking about your private life who don’t know anything about it.
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My husband and I met when I was a teenager, and I’ve been with him for more than half of my adult life.
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It’s very hard when you love someone very much to also start to realize that maybe you want different things for your lives.
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Marriage is hard. I’m not gonna lie.
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Marriage is a blood sport. Marriage is jousting. It’s disembowelment. It’s just terrible, terrible visceral injuries. It’s not for everybody.
Aisha Tyler

One thing about creativity is, when you feel confident and respected, you’re more likely to pitch more interesting stuff because you’re not as precious with it. You feel like, ‘This is going to land, and I’m going to be supported in this.’
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The whole principle of coming out is that everyone knows someone who’s gay. The minute someone comes out, no one can be a bigot, because someone they love is gay.
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I feel if you believe in equality, you have to believe in it for everybody. And that’s the way I’ve always lived my life.
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I was with someone at 19, and I was married at 23, and I didn’t want kids when I was in my 20s.
Aisha Tyler

I wasn’t mentally prepared to take care of them, I was focused on my career. And then when I got to be in my 40s and I thought about having kids, I wasn’t able to have kids naturally. I don’t regret it.
Aisha Tyler

I won’t apologize for choosing my career over kids.
Aisha Tyler

I married my college boyfriend, so I’ve been with him since I was a kid.
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