I’ve been a fan of Aziz Ansari’s work since reading the book on Modern Romance.
His work is fucking relatable in a funny way.
So when I heard about his new show on Netflix I immediately pounced lol and I wasn’t disappointed at all.
Someone said this about the show : ‘It sees the world not as a series of conflicts to be overcome, but as a series of experiences to be had, learned from, and understood through art.’ #profound
There’s a dope scene where he’s considering breaking up with his girlfriend coz he’s not sure they’re both 100 % sold on each other so an older married friend gives him great advice and it’s so quotable that I had to steal it lmao.
“Nobody’s at a 100. I mean, I’m in a great marriage and sometimes we’re at 90, other times we’re at like 20 or 30. It goes up and down, it’s not just like one number all the time.
Long-term relationships are tough. You can’t just expect a big roaring fire right away.
You can’t put the big logs in first. You got to start with the small stuff – the kindling, right? And you add that, then you put in the big logs, and then you have a roaring fire, and that’s a good relationship, right?
But be careful. Sometimes kindling wood is hard to find, you know, good wood, so don’t take it for granted.”
Damn! Need I say more!