-Breathe through it.
Breathe through it.
No, go ahead.
-But you see sensitivity?
That's why I hangout with comics.
She was genuinely offendedby my made up thing
I just said justnow, and that's why.
-Like, uh, today I showedsomebody my underwear--
-You-- first of all heshowed us all his ass crack
the second we met him backstage.
He was like, checkout my ass tattoo.
-I showed somebodymy underwear and they
said uncomfortable-- What?
All right, it.
I don't-- I don't havea problem with this.
-You-- it's inside out!
Have you been wearingrainbow underwear--
the same rainbow underwear?
The label's outsideon the back, dude!
-No, no, no.
What happened was-- I'lljust be honest-- I did "Opie
and Anthony" early inthe morning, right?
And then I woke up atseven o'clock in a panic
and I raced over and Iput them on inside out.
So that's it.
That's why you cansee the stains.
It doesn't looklike a brown streak.
It's not [inaudible].
Anyway, let's move on.
-You were greatin "The Hangover."
-That's not me, asshole.
What a asshole!
Hold this, hold these cards.
No, sit down.
Please sit down.
No, no, no, no.
You know, I getthat all the time.
And you know what?
Now listen, Asians don't laugh.
It involves you, all right?
I'd walk down the streetpeople'd go, "Heroes"!
Virginia Tech, that guy died!
Now listen, too much, too far.
Sit down, sir, sit down.
-Would you bekidding-- oh, yeah.
-Listen, a giant dudein a sweater vest
should not confidently stand up.
I mean--[indiscernible shouting]
I thought you wereMargaret Cho for a second.
I'm a man with a vest.
I-- I thought youwere Kim Jong-il's
kid, sorry about that.
No hard feelings.[? internet, ?] OK.
I'm so mad.