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James Corden Comes Off as a Real Jerk in His Reddit 'Ask Me Anything'


James Corden recently participated in an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session on reddit and it went about as well as Woody Harrelson's. Actually, that's a lie — Corden's was arguably worse.

One of the best parts about being a comedian is being able to air out all of your dirty laundry in the form of jokes. It's connecting those real shallow feelings and experiences that everyone relates to that make comedians truly stand out.

Some of the best comics make those feelings public more or less and we feel for them because they do something about those feelings or are honest about the kind of people they are. Richard Pryor, for example, was no angel, but because he held himself accountable and expressed his reaction to all the "dirty" stuff in his life, we loved him for it.

What we really hate, is a hypocrite. For example, this "family-friendly" comedian.