3 Burst results for "Leslie Arfan"
"leslie arfan" Discussed on Doughboys
"I'm going to go a little bit more a little bit less coy with how i feel feel about. This and i think my score is going to be easier for people to predict i gave popeye's four and a half forks prior to this this sandwiches fucking great and i think it elevates the chain and i think there's no reason for me to fuck around. I think that that popeye's is now a five fork chain because of the sandwich and i think the sandwich is fucking great. I think it's the fast food. I'm not the first person to say this. Many people have said this accused me of just copying being black twitter. I think though this is the fried chicken sandwich to beat this one is the best fast food fried chicken sandwich and it the the thrones spicy chicken which is my previous favoring five forks for nick wider. Mike mitchell hinges on you. Well so things have changed since we since we reviewed popeye's for the first time that's true. We had the chicken fight after pop. Versa repub is didn't we yes that that we review popeye's pretty early on with our friend leslie arfan who was very excited review popeye's and then was less excited about popeye's food than i expect. Yes yes yes. I think that the same which is fantastic. I think it's i think it's such a i love everything. That's going on with it. I love the people going the restaurants in in trying out in being excited for the sandwich. I think it's fun. I think it's great to have a place that has this quality of a sandwich that isn't a howl and raise or array of like some of those quality fried chicken sandwiches. The plan check their chicken sandwich. If we're talking about local blunt lumo spots that's i mean there are fried chicken sandwiches that are better. Don't get me wrong for sure but this is such a great sandwich. I love the spicy chicken sandwich. I don't think you could ever be thrown for me. That's understandable. Pump is is a little bit more inconvenient. You've got the <hes> it's hard to find one with drive through their kind of spotty in the areas anyway they're not. They're not around as much as wendy's or other fast food chains. I mentioned this before and i'm sorry i take corrupting your thoughts again but the the popeye's near us closed and turns into a starbucks and then the k._f._c. near us turned into another starbucks box fucking bullshit hell yeah shadow sorry about <hes> fucking does fucking sucks the worst of our fried chicken options with inland mile radius starbucks shut down as a chain. I would not care at all no yeah so i mean it. It is kind go-to panic deuce yeah. You guys are going on the road. I think you'll find once you're out of your bubbles that appreciate the starbucks bit more aw i know this place bathroom that locks yeah. I got the one person stalls though thank you. I so here's here's here's like my complaints about. Is that the spicy chicken sandwich. I think it'd be spicier yeah. I think that the bun like you're saying. I think it does work really well for it but i i why do i. I wonder if there was a different thing you can do with the bun. Look that's a very soft critique. I don't care fair quibbles though and then the the pickles the pickles where the art like sour. They're just like a very mild pill. I didn't talk to my pickled singer okay. I didn't get i did get to pickles on my on my first one i had and the the other two were pickled crazy..
"leslie arfan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"That finger there. That's maxed out. What do you do? I'm so how long have you had it? And what do you do to take care of it? So what's interesting is I've had it for going on nine years. But for four or five of those years, I had no idea. It was that. I just thought oh my feet are swelled up that must be motorcycle injury related. And then I was like, oh, I need knee surgery. All these things were happening that felt like injuries. I guess and also the inflammation from arthritis will settle in injuries previous injuries. So I go this makes sense this knee hurts, I got whatever. And then I had a dermatologist who knew I was kind of kept going all these different joint doctors. And he said, you know, I think he might have sorry added arthritis which will rheumatologist he looked at me for. Five seconds looked at my fingernails. He's like you have at all run test. But I can tell you right now, you have it. And then that then I started a different course of treatment. But I'm curious if you think like I do in that I think we're all allergic in this is kind of a lefty thing too. Yeah. But I think in general we eat so many different kinds of foods and met were all allergic to different foods. We don't know where logic to and that in the symptom can be sorry at occur threat. Is it can be your condition? It can be all these different autoimmune conditions. I really believe that there is some reason I carry around guilt and shame is because yes, I'm sick. I also really serious endometriosis head to get hysterectomy last year. Like, I've been through the wringer, health wise. And so I'm like, yeah, I'm sick. That's a thing that just happens to somebody's doesn't happen to others. But I am convinced that I if I were to be just like a slightly more. I want to be a personal slightly more like a willpower and force of energy that like I would be I would feel maybe like forty seven percent better. And so every time I crawl into bed. I have like a haze a blanket of guilt. Sure, the apps me me too. And just in general are you prone to guilt? I'm like, I it's my tastiest addiction is feeling shitty. About myself. I feel shitty about myself. I feel I literally the only time I feel relief in life is when I get for the three seconds after I get attacks from someone. That's like, it's okay. Don't worry about it. And it's like that feeling of someone being like or like, no, no, you didn't do anything wrong or please. Thank you so much for checking in, but it's not an issue. Yes. In. This condition. Lied to you creating elaborate theories, and why people are upset at you or. Yes. But what said should? Yes. One hundred percent, but what sort of become complicated in my life. Is that I was always incredibly guilty and obsessed with the idea of the different people had issues with me and didn't like me. But now that I'm a public person lots of people, I don't know have issues with me and don't like me. Yeah. And some of it for things that I totally new would be provocative in strange. So now I have to deal with the duality. And also the part of it that is like a total self-fulfilling prophecy and created by me, and that's information. None of us really wants about herself. Yes. I do think at all. Like there are many times where I think like, oh, this job of mine has been this crazy blessing. It's almost like immersion therapy, right? Where if like, you're a germaphobe they've making jump in a dumpster, whatever. So I have a lot of codependency things in this job has. Is forced me? You can't have this job. And not learn to set boundaries or you'll die. Andrea percent. When you realize no one else, actually cares. What happens to you girl on such told me a story? She was like twenty two and we were barefoot onset, and it was getting hot. And she said. The last movie I was on. I was barefoot, and it was in a really dirty dangerous place. They just coated the bottoms of my feet with superglue. It was like he did what those those like if you don't say no coat the fucking vase super glow. Absolutely. And then also then in in public. So the way I had to confront this whole thing was like if I'm with my kids, and I'm at the airport. I'm not very friendly. I don't want to interact with people because I don't that's their time. And I feel bad that they have to share me with other people, whatever. So in general, I'm pretty direct before out is a family dislike. Hey, this is our time nice to meet you. But I gotta keep it moving and many times people walk away, and they're like that guy's a fucking asshole. And I've had to just get comfortable with the notion that you know, what there are going to be a lot of people on this planet think you're an asshole. But I have to prioritize my family, my friends, and I also have to remind myself in those moments where I feel shitty. Do any of my friends think I'm a fuck and hassle is anyone that really knows me think I'm a fucking asshole. And I I don't think so so. So, but that's your nose. You. I've been hearing about you for years like, you know, back when when seventy two percent of gnome data Shepard we had a friend in common, Leslie Arfan, Leslie are fan s she's the greatest, and so she would talk about you. And like, I couldn't believe that. There was a famous person who was so nice. And it's like she'd always be like, oh, yeah. I was stressed. So I called Dax you called dad's like I didn't think that I figured you were like on a yacht somewhere with like Giselle bunging sitting on your face. No sure wish I had had that experience prior to shutting it all down eleven that could get me through some lonely nights. And that's I thought it was really cool. I don't think any of your friends think you're an asshole maybe one. But I haven't met them. Sure. Sure. Go ahead on the day. Sometimes Monica thinks I'm an asshole. But she comes back pretty quickly and a lot see a lot of sides. That's true. All assholes all the facets. Yeah. Though. That's also true back to Leslie really quick. Do you know how we met? You know, that story is it at the maritime hotel, can you detail it for me, though? Yes. It's one of my favorite ways to have met someone. So I was there in New York shooting baby, mama. So I was at that hotel guests six weeks. You're really good. Maybe mama. Thank you so much. I that's work. You're proud of o- hundred percent. But you know, it's great about that is like occasionally, you do something for entirely the right reason. Which was I just wanted to be around Tina name Amy being funny. That's it. I zero aspirations for myself in that movie. I was just. Only got gotta get to go watch those to do their thing. They're gonna write me a check on Friday, mazing amazing. So I'm staying at the maritime hotel and every morning I liked to drink coffee. So I got to order coffee from room service, but there's no room service at the maritime hotel. You have to call the operator and the operator, I guess relays. The message to the kitchen I had at this point talk to Leslie Arfan on the phone probably forty two times. And so one morning morning every morning, and I call up, and I go, hey, so I've loved the by the way, I just want to add I think this is complete horsh it that you have to bright down my order and relay it they should just let me give it to them. So you don't have to deal with this. And she goes, oh, well, that's just the tip of the horse shit iceberg of what's going on down here. And I go, oh what's going on down there? She goes. Well, first of all I am in a basement. Do you know when you talk to me, I'm in a basement, I'm like, oh my God. They've got you in a basement. So we start talking for probably twenty minutes. Like, I'm his laying in bed talking with this. Gale a find her super interesting. All funny. He's so funny. She goes. A listen. I want to take my cigarette break. So I'm gonna go out front, and I go great. I'll meet you down there. So I get on my clothes. I meet her on the sidewalk we talk for another thirty minutes. We discover we're both in the in a similar program, which is now ship immediately bonding, and then she goes, oh, I I wrote this book, and I'm like, oh, wow. You've written a book. I want wanna read it. So she gets me a copy of dear diary, I read it so fast. I love it. Incredible. A give it to Amy Poehler onset. You'll love this book. Well, haulers are fans favorite favorite favorite. Yes. Favorite favorite? And then so polar reads, it loves it writes, her a little note, I think give it to our fen this develops into this friendship or she ended up coming out to LA and was taking manager means, and I kinda was like to think somewhat of a mentor to her because I remember she felt very guy didn't even state your house at some point maybe on your couch for a night. The so possible I helped her get more like she didn't know how to get a car. I helped. Her car, she attacks you got a car amounted one night, and I had to drive her to go get her car something grey zone ice. There's something about her. I just really was rooting for so much, but in then you played a really huge role in her life. And let's talk about this because this goes directly into girls, which is didn't you? Discover her first writing job was on girls. It didn't you discover her through Twitter. Yeah. I thought she was so funny on Twitter. I thought she was so smart and interesting and weird. And like she gives us like a really negative review to a snack food. Like, it was just like the person. You're like, oh, yeah. No. I wanna be watching to you this person immediate Mente. And so when we were trying to come up with writers for the show, she and I had been DM ING as the kids say shar and asked her to meet me at aroma coffee on how Ston street why we can't know. I really was obsessed for a summer. There was a summer where like my major vice was
"leslie arfan" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Okay very good i mean in more than one episode of corporate a whole bunch of paul the netflix series love created by you and your wife leslie arfan is somewhat based on your relationship it was actually based on a couple of we knew by the name of more and mindy are you serious no okay i was like oh you channel but is that how you started writing it just talking about you're jumping off point yeah what is your favorite reaction from a friend or family member or fan that knows you and your wife and is watching the series you know i hear a lot of times a oh he got a nice book just like that would be a favorite reaction i agree lantin paul you're gonna play three games against each other whoever gets the most points overall it's going to move onto the final round so let's go to your first challenge it's a trivia game called in international name only los angeles is home to every kind of cuisine there is out there from a pesto kelp noodle entree called i am liberated to a street hotdog wrapped in bacon called i give up feel like that's going to be my answer john games all about foods that sound international but are actually from america for example the cookie vienna fingers refers sold by a company called sunshine biscuits out of kansas city just buzz tells the food that we were talking about no need to go to berlin or munich to enjoy this bake dessert which was actually created by texas homemaker and named after a chocolate here named sam german.