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I had sadness for breakfast.
– Andy Milonakis
I was a huge Internet junkie.
I’m going to do a lot of weird stuff that’s not going to be like me prancing around like an insane 12-year-old. I showed everybody that side of me and I think it’s time to do different stuff, even when it comes down to the type of humor. I want to do some drier, weirder stuff.
I’d think of a topic and just rant on it and transfer it to the computer, upload it. It’s such a quick thing. You post it on your website and after an hour, 10 people write comments.
As young as I look, I think it will still be funny if I played a person who’s kind of tortured and hates his life. Kind of like a Larry David-type thing.
There’s not a lot of music videos that are totally, totally disturbing.
I don’t know why I do what I do. I tend to go for the really weird, bizarre stuff. I actually have to tone it down for the show.
I’ve been a hip hop head forever. So when it turned out that we were gonna start getting celebrity guests for every show, I wanted rap guys from the get-go.
There’s a side that I want to do just like really retarded arty films like parody, pretentious art films that kind of are supposed to have some deep meaning.
I’m going to write a whole pilot and see if anyone’s interested, and if not then I’ll just live out the tortured life instead of showing it on TV.
I want to put some effort into a bunch of different types of videos. I don’t think I’m gonna do ‘Man On The Street’ messing with people, I don’t think I’m gonna do over-the-top wacky comedy.
I think the fans of the old-school Internet shorts were a little bit older just because it was racier material.
I’m a really huge fan of papaya juice.
I don’t want to rap about my car. How generic is that? Be creative.
Your face makes my soul want to eat chocolate pudding!
I’m a huge fan of Big L. He is my favorite rapper.
There’s little kids on trains coming up to me, singing my theme song, and they can barely walk.
MF Doom is like so out-of-the-box and just crazy.
I’m on the Internet a lot more than I watch TV and most everybody I know is, and yet if you watch most late-night talk shows, it’s as if it doesn’t even exist.