January 28, 2021

EP. 43 — Danny Wallace

Comedian, filmmaker, and author Danny Wallace joins Jameela this week to discuss how his book Yes Man changed her life, the culture of rudeness, parenting young children, what its like being an only child. Check out Danny Wallace’s book, Fuck You Very Much, wherever books are sold. 

Transcript

IWEIGH-043-20210120-Wallace-ACv01-DYN.mp3   JAMEELA JAMIL [00:00:00] Hello, and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil. How are you? You know, I’m all right. I’ve enjoyed the news a bit more for once–for a change. I’ve liked all of the action coming out of the Biden-Harris administration. I like the talk of climate change control. I like the talk of racial equality being taken seriously and police reform being addressed so instantly. This feels hopeful. I hope they keep up the same energy throughout the next four–or hopefully eight–years because it feels good. I’m developing something called faith–something I had lost for a really long time. So, I’ll try not to get too overexcited, but–dammit–we deserve to be a bit excited wherever we can because these are bleak times. I hope you’re starting to feel a bit better. January is finally ending. God, January was long. Fuck me. It was like a year-lo

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