I get to be the token chickon the show.
People are weirdabout women comics.
I told this guy the other nightthat I was a comedian.
He was, like,"What are you, gay?"
I was, like, "Holy (bleep), no,
I don't even likelicking stamps."
Maybe, if they wereself-adhesive or something.
My mom called the other day,she called the other day,
and we got to reminiscing aboutwhat a ray of sunshine I was
when I was 16 years old, right?
My parents would take mecamping-- that was their thing
they liked to do.
I'm an only child--there was just more time
for us to stare at each other.
And they never took me, like,wilderness camping.
They never did that--they always took me
to some campgroundsomewhere, and...
I don't know if you guyshave ever been
to a campground or not,but it's pretty much
a bunch of people who don't live in a trailer park
yet like to vacation there.
Mm-hmm. Yeah. Yeah.
A lot of Spuds McKenzieT-shirts.
A lot of drunken retireeseverywhere.
I used to try to fit in,that's what I did.
I just tried... I just kind ofhung out with everybody else
in some lot somewhere,like, "What?!
"Ed caught 40 bluegill?
"Oh, well, pass the dirtyketchup-- this is livin'!
"Yeah. I wonder whatthe poor people are doing.
I don't even know." Yeah.
Yeah. The only thing I likedabout camping was the fact that
you could be drunkand have dirty feet,
and you still had a pretty goodchance of hooking up.
(laughter)I like that, you know.
That's a good vacation. Right?
Give me my good flip-flops--we're going to the rec center.
That is a...that is a good time.