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[Aziz Ishmael Ansari (born February 23, 1983:] Source: LYBIO.net
I’m the first generation of my family that was born in America. Anybody else first generation people here, yeah, clap. Yeah. Pretty amazing thing our parents did right. They came to this country, they maybe didn’t know anyone, maybe didn’t even speak the language and they figured it out.
Very brave courageous thing. I’m feel like we never sit down and thank them for. And we should, because that’s such an amazing thing, you know, for someone in your family to at some point to just be like, you know what, fuck China, let’s get out of here, let’s go, let’s get out of here. I’m tired of living in this village let’s go, let’s go, let’s move to America, I’ve seen photos on line it looks dope, let’s go, let’s go.
Because you know they had friends that were dicks who are like, well you can’t move to America, you don’t know anyone there, you don’t know to speak the language, what you can do for work? I don’t know, man, we’ll figure it out. Worst case scenario, we’ll cook food and we’ll sell it to white people, ok?
[Aziz Ansari:] Source: LYBIO.net
You’ve got a master’s degree in Chemistry you know how to cook. I don’t know what Chinese food tastes like. I’ll just put some chicken in a box with some orange sauce and I’ll serve it to them. Uuuu… what are you to going call that dish orange chicken? Yeah maybe I will call it orange chicken, maybe I’ll call it number 36, we’ll see.
Pretty amazing though right, like all those stories, they’re amazing to me, amazing stories. I hear immigrants saying stories like oh I came to Brooklyn with $20 in my pocket. That’s incredible, is our generation that amazing, I don’t think we are, I don’t think we are as amazing as our parents are. I don’t think we can pull that kind of shit off like, could you imagine if you send me to Brooklyn with $20 in my pocket? I get there the first day and be like, oh man I’m Out Of Money. Just bought too much fresh-pressed juice. I guess, I got to move back. Hey dad, yeah I’m coming back to India, ah, things didn’t workout here I made a bad investment in juice.
My parents told me a little bit about their struggles, they moved to South Carolina, that’s where they choose, yeah because, they were trying to find a place that combined racism and horrible public schools. And they were like, oh South Carolina, you’re right in the middle of this very unnecessary Venn diagram, let’s do this.
And you know, they told me a little bit about it – and my mom told me her first day in America was the scariest day of her life. And I said, wow, why you say that, she’s like when I got here, I didn’t know anyone, I was so far away from my friends and family, I barely even knew your father, they had an arranged marriage, and she’d known him for a week at that point – it’s serious. And she said, she got here and she is in a small apartment and it’s empty – she didn’t know what to do and she felt scared. I was like, what did you do that first time? She’s like, I didn’t know what to do, I was all alone, your dad was at work the whole day, and I just sat on the couch and I cried. And I was like ah so sad, how did you get through that? And she was like, it was just one of those moments where I just knew how to be brave and figure it out. You ever had moments like that Aziz, where you were so scared, but you knew you had to be brave and figure it out.
And I was like, NO. My life is super easy, because you did all the struggling, so my shit is really easy. I’m not going to have any struggles to tell my kids about. What’s my story going to be like? Oh son, once when I was flying from New York to L.A., my iPad died!
My kid would be like, fuck you dad, tellaporting to Mars. My dad told me a little about his struggles, my dad is a doctor. And he said, when he first got here it was very hard, because, the head of the hospital was very racist and wouldn’t never send him patients. He’d always send patients to another doctor that lived three hours away. I said, oh, that stinks how did you figure that out?
He said, what eventually happened was the head of the hospital got very sick and he had a stomach problem. My dad is a stomach doctor and so they called for my dad. They said like, oh send that Indian guy and I don’t want to go the guy three hours away. And my mom was like, you shouldn’t go. The guy is racist, never sends you patient, why should you go? My dad said no, I’m going to go because I think we need to be the bigger people here.
[Aziz Ansari:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
So, my dad goes, and he starts treating the guy. Any then my dad poisons him and kills him. And then my dad became the head of the hospital. And that’s what you got to do when you are an immigrant handle your shit kill some racist mother fuckers if you need to.
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