Did Neil Funk just say: Ka-Ka-KaBoom?! The hell….lol
It’s sorta embarrassing that this Clown robbed me of a few nights of sleep….Just look at how idiotic he looks? Now if it were Samara from The Ring, I might have to sleep with my closet light on :P
PLAYBOY: On Parks and Recreation you play a small-town government employee named Tom Haverford. Like you, Tom is from South Carolina, and despite being Indian, he calls himself a redneck. Do you consider yourself a redneck?
ANSARI: I prefer to think of myself as a Southerner. I definitely have a huge affinity for Southern food. Not so much the racial issues. It’s a weird balance. We’ve got delicious fried chicken, but the Confederate flag also hangs outside the statehouse. That’s a compromise I’m willing to make. If somebody said to me, “Every day you’re gonna be called the N word, but you’ll also get a delicious fried chicken leg and a biscuit,” I’d be like, “I’ll take that trade!”
PLAYBOY: Tom has a pickup technique called “peacocking,” in which he wears something ridiculous, such as a raccoon hat, to make women notice him. Is that just crazy enough to work?
ANSARI: I got the idea from the Neil Strauss book The Game. And that stuff works, man! If you go to a club and some dude’s wearing a weird thing, people will go up and talk to him. I haven’t seen anyone take it to Tom’s level, of wearing a raccoon hat. But I’m telling you, if it’s cold outside and you pop a raccoon hat on your head and go to a bar, people will pay attention to you. Even if they’re pointing at you, laughing and saying, “Look at that goofy asshole,” they still want to talk to you. You’re halfway there!” —Aziz Ansari Playboy Interview - February 2011 Playboy Magazine - Aziz Ansari Interview in Playboy