And I was a weird kid.
I had a ginormous headand a tiny body.
I had this voice.
I found a DVD--I found a DVD
of my--my cousin'sseventh birthday party
that my aunt took from a tapeand put it on a DVD,
and I watched it.
And my little cousin'sjust playing pinball,
and then I just trotinto the shot,
and I'm like, "When the lightgoes off, it means you're done!"
I'm like, "Oh, my God.
"That's a lifelong thing?
What, did a witch curse my momwhen she was pregnant?"
"Your son will havethe voice of thunder...
and the head of a float."
It is--like, [bleep] this deep voice.
I would have liked it if I wasalive, like, 70 years ago.
then I could have beenin one of those groups
where all I do is just go...
And some record exec is like,"That guy's got talent."
And I had that voice as a kid.
For a single mom.
My mom's just tryingto catch some D on the weekend.
And I come bumblingdown the hall,
"Yeah, nope, nope,sorry, later."
That's a lot of effort.
Single mom in the '80s dating?
That's some [bleep] effort.
Now you can just Tinderfrom the couch.
Keep swiping left until you findyour kid a new dad.