May 6, 2021

EP. 57 — Nikki Glaser

Stand-up comedian and writer Nikki Glaser joins Jameela this week to discuss when your worst fears come true, experiences with disrespectful men, Nikki’s journey with her eating disorder, the heart-breaking experience of offending Taylor Swift, being sent beheaded rats, and learning to love yourself as you age.

Transcript

Jameela: [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil. I hope you’re well, I’m fine. I danced live on Instagram live, so that’s terrifying. I hate being on Instagram live. I hate doing anything live because I don’t trust my brain to not absolutely destroy my life. But also I hate dancing in public and very inelegant. I’m a bit like a sort of drunk walrus or a also a drunk sloth, maybe the love child of a drunk walrus sloth. Or if you live in America and that you see those inflatable men outside car sales. That’s what I look like when I’m dancing to any kind of fast music. It’s sad. But as it is Mental Health Awareness Month, I wanted to do something practical and helpful for my community, considering all we talk about is mental health. And one of the things that helped me and I can’t believe I’m saying this and I feel really smug, is exercise, even if it’s walking or dancing around my hou

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