The top 10 most inspiring quotes by Ari Shaffir
- I was playing basketball, and I had hemorrhoids in high school.
- My father said that I was lower than a dog, because even a dog believes in God.
- One thing I hate in ethnic comedy is giving the audience the opportunity to laugh in a racist way at a thing. A lot of times dwarf comedians will do that; Arab comics and gay comics will do it; everyone is laughing, but they’re not laughing at the joke; they’re laughing at this crazy character.
- Marc Maron yells at people. I have a memory of him yelling at Jonah Ray offstage about something he was saying—just fun stuff.
- As long as you have your own apartment and can pretty much make rent for the next year, you’re golden!
- I’ll just walk around New York and watch people on the streets.
- Early on, I had a girlfriend come see me, and she was like, ‘Yeah, it was good, but you were funny at a dining hall at the University of Maryland.’ That’s when I realized I was contrived. I was reciting jokes. So I really worked on, no matter what, sounding like I was just talking to the people.
- Failing is part of my process. A new bit never works the first time. I figure I have to bomb it seven times to make it good. So I tweaked it.
- I got an award for Most Improved Player for volleyball in tenth grade that I cared about a lot.
- I grew up so conservative. I grew up as an orthodox Jew.
Ari Shaffir is an American comedian, podcaster, writer, and actor known for his sharp wit, edgy humor, and unfiltered commentary. Born on February 12, 1974, in New York City, Shaffir grew up in South Carolina and attended the University of Maryland, where he studied English literature.
Shaffir’s comedy often delves into taboo topics, challenging societal norms, and pushing boundaries. He gained widespread recognition for his stand-up specials such as “Passive Aggressive” and “Double Negative,” which showcase his irreverent style and unique perspective on life.
In addition to his stand-up career, Shaffir is a prolific podcaster, hosting the popular show “Skeptic Tank,” where he engages in long-form conversations with guests from various backgrounds. He’s also known for co-hosting “The Joe Rogan Experience” and creating the storytelling podcast “This Is Not Happening,” which was later adapted into a television series on Comedy Central.
Shaffir has appeared on numerous television shows and comedy festivals, further establishing himself as a prominent figure in the comedy world. With his fearless approach to comedy and knack for storytelling, Ari Shaffir continues to entertain audiences with his unique brand of humor.
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