"I mean, the first question they asked me was, “What state is Kuwait in?” They thought Kuwait was in America. This was 1999, so it wasn’t that long after the first Gulf War. But at the same time, I understand that a lot of them were only kids when that war happened, so they didn’t know better.
One thing I found very amusing: When I was at NYU I had an etymology class, and there was a geography test. You had to pair the language with country, and I was one of five out of 100 people who passed the test, which just proved to me how little Americans are taught geography. There was a mutiny. The class protested to the professor so much that he dropped that grade. I was like, “Wow, you should come to realize that you don’t know where anything is.” I feel like there is an emphasis against teaching geography in American schools. Americans don’t say, “I’m going to Germany.” They say, “I’m going to Europe.”"
JESUS: A visit from the chef? Wow! It’s my lucky day.
LAFAYETTE: I wanted to meet the sick fuck who ordered the veggie burger ..with bacon!
JESUS: [Laughs] I was just curious to see if you’d actually do it
LAFAYETTE: Boyfriend, for you I’d do all kinds of things against my better judgement.
JESUS: Ah, that’s why I come back. For the personal service.
LAFAYETTE: You don’t finish that, and you aint getting no dessert.
(Source: fyeahhiddlesworth, via borderlinebatshit)