She recently revealed the highs and lows of having to grow out her armpit hair but she's subsequently been talking to Manhattan magazine (which we don't think is about a cocktail), about what she thinks comedy is like. And it's like baring your ass, apparently.
'In college one of my jobs was as a receptionist, and during my lunch breaks I'd wander around the city.
'So, on this particularly beautiful day, I was out walking in a dress, wearing my backpack, feeling great.
'But then I realised I was attracting a lot of looks, really getting checked out, which really made me angry, although I bet I loved it, even if I wouldn't admit it. So, I'm scowling and stomping around when an older lady in a van pulls over and yells, "Hey girlie, your ass is showing!'
'My dress had gotten hiked up under my backpack, giving full view of my... granny panties. My ass is showing, and I'm condemning a city full of lecherous men! That's what I think [of] when I think about comedy and what it is.'
This is not necessarily what we'd think about if we saw Anna Faris' pants.
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