The New Yorker writes about Kumail Nanjiani. ⇒

    1 May 2017, early evening

I can’t wait till i’m profiled in the New Yorker. This article is really great. It’s funny that even when he’s being serious he’s also being funny.

“She was unconscious, and she was hooked up to all these beeping machines, and I very clearly remember thinking, If she makes it out of this, I’m gonna marry her.” His voice caught. “I know that sounds cliché, and it’s actually kind of creepy and nonconsensual if you think about it too hard. But that was the thought I had.”

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