Jim Carrey goes all in on NYFW reporter in an absurd interview

funny shit 12/09/2017

Jim’s known for being rather ridiculous and unique but his most recent interview at NYFW left us scratching our heads.

Jim Carrey basically found the harshest way of telling a NYFW reporter she’s meaningless and has no personality; it seems that according to Jim, her only impact on the world was that she smelt good…

Some of Jim’s most bizarre quotes from the interview include:

There’s no meaning to any of this

Clusters of tetrahedrons are moving around together…

I don’t believe that you exist

We also can’t forget Jim’s reference to James Brown:

On the good foot, arghhh

It is relevant to note that her opening question was rather untimely:

Is it true you’re wandering the streets; you need as date to the party?

It was World Suicide Prevention Day on the 10th of September and it’s quite possible her comment could have sparked Jim’s absurd response. Jim lost his ex-girlfriend to suicide in September of 2015. 

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