‘Weird Al’ Yankovic: ‘We are all weird’ — and that’s OK

We’re all weird and we are all wonderful.

But it’s important to know that not all of us are alike.

And there’s a difference between being weird and being wonderful.

We are all special, we are not all alike, but we all share a common bond.

So here are 10 things we all have in common: 1.

We’re not all that good at math or physics.

(Photo: John Heinisch, AP) 2.

We think we’re smarter than we really are.

3.

We can’t wait to meet new people.

4.

We believe that everyone should be treated equally.

5.

We love the weather.

6.

We like to think we can cook and bake.

7.

We want to have sex and have babies.

8.

We hope our dogs can learn to love us too.

9.

We have a thing for dogs and cats.

10.

We’ve learned to love our families.

Why are we all weird?

Let’s talk about our weirdness.

1.

Weird Al Yankos Weird Al has a lot of things going for him: He is a brilliant musician who has a degree in history and is a father to two beautiful kids, who were born after he died of cancer.

He is also a great stand-up comedian, who has performed his own stand-ups on Comedy Central and HBO.

He also writes and performs in his own band, which has been described as “a weird amalgamation of the best of the most talented weirdo artists.”

2.

Weird Eddies Eddy Eddys is the founder of the Weird Eddy Show, a show that brings you a new episode every week, featuring “weird-ass comedians” and other odd-ass folks doing stand-alone stand-Up comedy.

He has also written, produced and performed songs and spoken about his own life and the weirdness of it all.

3: Weird Michael Richards Weird Michael is a writer and performer, who also has a Ph.

D. in sociology from the University of North Carolina.

He’s a co-founder of the group Weird Eddies, which hosts a podcast and other webcasts, and writes for Funny or Die.

4: Weird Bill Burr Weird Bill has a B.A. in economics from UC Berkeley and has written for The Onion and The Atlantic.

He says that the biggest thing he learned from writing for The New Yorker is that you can’t write for a magazine unless you can do stand-Ups, which is what he does.

5: Weird Jim Rash Weird Jim is a comedian, writer, actor, director and host of The Jim Rash Show on The Jim & Tanya Show on Comedy Connection.

He was the host of Comedy Bang Bang from 2006 to 2016, where he made his first-ever appearance as a guest host.

6: Weird James Brown Weird James is a Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and Grammy-nominated producer, whose music has appeared on everything from Pink Floyd to Kanye West.

He made his biggest debut with his solo album, Jambalaya, in 2000, which reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

7: Weird Scott Baio Weird Scott is a stand-in for a young James Brown, who is also the son of legendary singer-producer Bob Baio.

8: Weird Dave Chappelle Weird Dave is a comic, writer and actor, who began his career as a standup comic on Comedy Bang!

Bang!

and later had a number of TV roles, including The Dave Champ Show.

9: Weird Kevin Hart Weird Kevin is the host and producer of the Emmy-winning comedy sketch show, The Kevin Hart Show.

He created the show as a kind of alternative reality show where he would take a few minutes each week to be a joke about a specific person and then try to make fun of that person’s life.

10: Weird Chris Hardwick Chris is the co-creator of “Sneaky Pete,” the award-winning podcast that features live comedy shows hosted by comedians like Amy Schumer, Chris Rock, Louis CK, and others.

11: Weird Adam Carolla Adam is the creator of the award winning podcast “Adam Carolla” and is also one of the stars of the “Podcast Revolution” series, which was produced by The Comedy Lab and hosted by Dave Chaleff.

12: Weird John Mulaney John is the star of the new NBC comedy series, “The John Mulane Show,” which debuted last week.

The show is a podcast about the lives of comedians, with a host of comedians interviewing each other and the comedians themselves.

13: Weird Stephen Colbert Stephen Colbert has been the host for the Colbert Report since 2008, where they recently added comedian Adam Caroll as their co-host.

Stephen also hosts the Colbert Nation, which he co-created with Stephen and the late Chris Rock.

14: Weird Seth Meyers Seth is a comedy legend, a