Comedian Eugene Mirman is a self-proclaimed expert on the complexities of life, and in his book The Will To Whatevs: A Guide To Modern Life (Harper Perennial), Mirman passes on his wisdom, which he admits he learned from the cheesy 80s show The A-Team.
He says, The A-Team taught me about justice, and that you cant trust the government, and how to make machines that shoot cabbage at your enemies. It has a very rigid moral code that one should live by.
Mirman also provides his own personal pearls of wisdom, including how to fight social anxiety, which he says can be done by imagining people in their underwear AND crying.
He says, When you do that, the peace flows through you like white wine.
The Will To Whatevs is on shelves now.
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