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It's just some abstract, cheesy tribal circle that's on my left hand wrist.I think I was just feeling rebellious, and often tattoos are a way of expressing that feeling.
For me it wasn’t about the picket fence and getting married and having two children.
I wanted to be a rock star, so that didn’t really mesh with the neighborhood I was living in and the mentality of that neighborhood. In my twenties, doing the comedy enabled me to look back on my Italian roots and see it with a fresh perspective, it helped me appreciate the culture I come from. When that questions comes up, the first thing that comes to mind is the dirtiest, most amazing dish that you love so much like fried chicken drenched in maple syrup.
I would say the ones I designed myself are the ones I love the most. Oh, and the band around the ankle that matches the armband. But one would probably get really sick of eating something that rich every single day for the rest of their lives.
It’s the situation that surrounds the pasta, which is just as tasty.
Growing up in an Italian family we didn’t have any written recipes, so often when I asked my mother how much salt goes into the pasta water, she’d just get annoyed and be like, “You look, you feel, you taste.” So after a lot of trial and error, I eventually got the hang of it. Just not being afraid to get your hands dirty and make a couple of mistakes, because, eventually, you’ll get the hang of it. I spent a couple of years in my early twenties doing skit comedy and one day thought to myself, “Wouldn’t it be awesome for me to do the comedy and still get my hands on a plate of pasta fazul?