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Zach Galifianakis is the handsome devil on the cover of the latest issue of GQ. He wrote the cover story–well, he filled in the blanks, Mad Libs-style. Here's an excerpt courtesy of the friendly folks at Pop Eater:

I learned a lot about the world on the set of my newest movie, 'The Hangover Part II.' We made this one because I still felt unresolved about MY CHARACTER'S FATNESS and Mike Tyson's PIGEON LOVE. We shot it in Thailand, which is fun, because there you can GET INTO FIGHTS WITH PACKS OF STRAY DOGS. I also got to work with Bradley Cooper, who DROVE A HOT-DOG CAR around the set, and Ed Helms, who is A BANJO FREAK and needs to CONSIDER ANOTHER INSTRUMENT more.

Enough about show business! Let's talk about important stuff. The world has never been more screwed up than it is right now. Except maybe during the WONDER years. I think it all started with FRED SAVAGE and that whole thing he did with SAVAGE GARDEN. Why ask me what to do? Well, celebrities' views on the world are GREAT, because we're ALWAYS GIVING OURSELVES AWARDS AND NOT AT ALL EMBARRASSED BY IT.

To read the whole thing, you'll have to grab a copy of the magazine. And if you want to save paper, or space in your house, check out the latest issue of GQ on iTunes (link opens in iTunes).



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