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This is a little old, but a classic is a classic. Allow the wise Aziz Ansari to perfectly explain what it's like being single these
It was an increasingly uninteresting Super Bowl, and the wings never fucking showed up at the party I attended, so I spent a good portion
That is such an exact age cutoff. But, ALRIGHT.
New favorite outlook on life: “Do you realize how much better the world would be if we all just treated each other the way black
True story: One time, about two years ago, I was getting coffee at a neighborhood establishment in the East Village. When I turned around, Aziz Ansari
Youngman Aziz Ansari isn't so young anymore. He recently hit the big 3-0, and with that comes things like maturing and being tired. In this
Aziz Ansari has a pretty great life. He has a scene-stealing role on one of TV's funniest shows, "Parks and Recreation." He's an accomplished stand-up.
Aziz is the man, so naturally we have to bring your attention to his hilarious interview with Jimmy Kimmel last night. He isn't entirely wrong
Gold, gold, and more gold. And if that weren't enough, below is another Parks & Rec. promo featuring Nick Offerman declaring his love for Meat
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Another hilarious clip from Aziz Ansari's standup special, "Dangerously Delicious." Download or stream for only $5 on his website, Azizansari.com
More amazing stand-up from Aziz Ansari's Dangerously Delicious, which you should go buy for $5 at his website.
Yet another awesome cut off Aziz Ansari's direct-to-the-web hour-long standup special, "Dangerously Delicious." Go buy it for $5 a Azizansari.com. After the jump, we have
Aziz Ansari is still tauting his brand new hour standup special, "Dangerously Delicious." Go buy it for $5 a Azizansari.com. In the meantime,
Out of the blue, yesterday Aziz Ansari released a new, feature-length standup special called "Dangerously Delicious" for $5 on his website. Inspired by
The new comedy "30 Minutes or Less" poses a hilarious get-rich-quick hypothetical: What would happen if you kidnapped a pizza delivery guy, strapped a bomb