During a recent appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s program, “The Tonight Show,” Hollywierd actress Chelsea Handler admitted that she thought the sun and moon were “the same thing” until just several years ago, at which point she was 40 years old.
That came when Fallon asked her “I told you some jokes that I love, backstage, but can you explain the one where you went to Africa?”
Responding, Handler said that she doesn’t want to be a p arent because she doesn’t think she’s equipped with the skills to be one, saying “Well, okay. The reason why I am very outspoken about not wanting to be a parent, because I don’t think I have the skills that, you know, that I’m not equipped with what it takes to answer all of those questions to children.”
Adding to that, she pointed to her experiences with her nieces and nephews, saying “Because they don’t just ask you once. They come in and in and in. I have enough nieces and nephews to know that I don’t have the tolerance for that kind of line of questioning about things that I really don’t even know the answers to.”
Then she got to the bit about the sun and moon, saying “And at a certain age when you don’t know, you know, the answers to questions, it’s too embarrassing to ask questions. know, you just have to pretend, you know. And, I talk about a story that I didn’t know — and this is true — I didn’t know until I was 40 years old that the sun and the moon were not the same thing.”
Describing how she learned that grade-level fact, she said:
“It was shocking to me as well. My older sister, Simone looked up at the sky and she said, ‘Chelsea, Chelsea, look up. It’s not often you get to see the sun and the moon at the same time.’”
“And I was like Scooby-Doo. I said it — I go, ‘Wait, I go, but they’re always together.’ And as soon as I said that, she turned around, she goes, ‘What did you say?’”
“I was like, ‘Nevermind what I said, I know,’ And she said, ‘No, I need you to tell me what you think is happening between the sun and the moon.’ And I was like, ‘Honestly, I just assumed when the sun went down, it popped back up as the moon.’”
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Chelsea Hanlder, despite that obvious vapidity, is a wokie to whom many listen. At one point recently she said that white men owe “us” an apology, for example, saying:
“I know it’s not all men, obviously, I have to keep saying that, which is so annoying. My brother says, ‘Chelsea, not all white guys are bad. Well, you are for even saying that. Don’t even say that.
“No one is saying all white guys are bad. We’re saying there are enough bad ones out there, that as a collective, you guys all owe us an apology.”
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