51+ Quotes From The Last Black Unicorn

“The Last Black Unicorn” by Tiffany Haddish is an amazing book that focuses on her life before becoming a successful comedian and the difficulties she faced on her way to becoming what she is now.

The book imparts an important lesson: resilience and determination are necessary to pave the way to a successful future.

Here are some quotes from The Last Black Unicorn

“When someone refuses to acknowledge you, you make them kneel with your success.”

“My father has never accepted me properly. The main reason is guilt. He left me when I was three, and then I became successful beyond what he can ever achieve.”

“He cannot accept that I’m better, more responsible, and more talented than he is. The fact that I, a woman, have to feed him only adds insult to his already injured ego.”

“I am a comedian. To make people laugh and bring them joy is my job. I hope my story can help them see that joy can be achieved even during the dark phases.”

“Experiencing dark times early on in my life has helped me get better at whatever I do. My comedies are often derived from my pain.”

“Everybody has their personal demons, but nobody is ready to talk about them. They avoid them like plague, but this just develops them.”

“Conquering the inner demons is absolutely necessary if we want to improve continuously.”

“I don’t mean to be a racist, but we all know how white people are. They will cheer and encourage anybody who opens up but then just don’t give a fuck anymore.”

“School life can be uncomfortable for many boys and girls, but it isn’t all that hard. Once the reality hits you that rules are useless, you can always find ways to avoid them.”

“I being myself never satisfied anybody. They wanted me to dance according to their whims so that they could maintain their reputation.”

“But I chose to be myself than act according to the ‘rules’, and that is one of the primary reasons behind my success.”

“Being a survivor helps. At least it prevents people from taking advantage of you. It will definitely suck at the beginning, but the experiences would be helpful over time.”

“Being a stand-up comedian is pretty tough if you ask. The very fact that you know yourself could act as an inhibitor if you aren’t a good actor.”

“A comedian needs to know when to change the flow and then get the expected response from the audience.”

“The laugh and applause from the audience is the biggest approval for a comedian.”

“I love bar mitzvahs. They were entertaining except for the only time I almost killed a creep.”

“Gangs never accepted me. Apparently the reason I was too cute to fit into their gangs. I was offered a bear and then ‘kicked out.”

“There will always be people who get jealous seeing you rise. They may try to intervene and even destroy everything you try to build.”

“It is safer to stay away from these people as nothing can change them. After all, jealousy has no cure.”

“You will know if a woman just had a baby or not. The hint is simple if you notice as they tend to pee frequently after they had babies.”

“My school uniform was too big for me, and my grandma had to make certain adjustments. “

“So during the initial school days, I wore a T-Shirt which had prints in big, black letters, uniform getting ready as my grandma is on it.”

“Whenever I have an argument with someone, I don’t just walk away. That’s the meanest thing you could do to an already hurt person.”

“I am pretty confident in my ability to read people. I have had enough experiences to prevent anyone from backstabbing me anymore.”

“Men are always going to see you as property. The very tradition of adding his surname to yours is like an act of marking yours as his.”

“So it is better to have a defensive mechanism. If your man takes you as his property, then make yourself the best and the most lucrative property he can ever have.”

“I have had certain amusing experiences in bar mitzvahs, like the old man who received my booty pop after the dance, and guesses what? He died.”

“It was embarrassing, to say at least. I wouldn’t be surprised if someone gave me a nickname of the booty assassin.”

“All I ever did in my life is to have fun. That is how I got the inspiration to become a comedian. And it has only done me good.”

“Wins and failures are both lessons. Wins show you what you can achieve when you work hard, and losses show your weaknesses and shortcomings.”

“I did consider pimping once. What to do? Life was that bad.”

“But I got of it soon. I didn’t really make a lot of money, you know. It isn’t a lucrative business after all.”

“Comedy is a fun path if you are interested, of course. Once you start learning, it is like a piano. You will know what keys to play exactly at the right moment.”

“Comedy helps you to relieve your stress. You could express your problems in a way to make the audience laugh, and you will smile too.”

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