Chelsea Handler’s murderous humor

Chelsea Handler

Chelsea Handler would “murder her father” if she could get away with any crime.

The outrageous comedian has answered a series of question for Huffington Post’s #nofilter series. One saw her asked what she would do if she could break the law and not be caught, with the 38-year-old giving a shocking reply.

“Murder. Yeah, I’d murder my father. There’s an age demo and he’s outlived it,” she told the website. “If I could murder him and get away with it, or not murder him, but euthanize him, then I would. He’s not bringing any joy to anyone.”

The star was also quizzed on her guiltiest pleasure, but insisted she doesn’t feel bad about things which make her happy. Recently she even bought herself a set of bunk beds, much to her friends’ amazement.

“It’s like a queen bed on the bottom and a queen on top with a ladder and I slept there with my two dogs and I read my book with my little night light. I mean, I felt like a seven-year-old… it was so cozy and fun. My friends were like, ‘Why are you getting bunk beds?’ And I was like, ‘Because, I can.’ I never had them as a child and I wanted them. I may move into that room,” she laughed.

Chelsea is known for giving her opinions on absolutely anything and didn’t hold back when discussing things she thinks are over-rated. Lady Gaga got a mention, as did some technology which many people can’t live without.

“Lady Gaga? No, now she’s underrated, so that doesn’t make sense. Who’s overrated or what’s overrated? I think iPhones are overrated right now. iPhones are a pain in the ass. They’re really annoying, they keep spelling things differently for me, they’re not picking up my spelling habits… they’re not picking up any of my habits,” she fumed.

The TV host also gave some insights into her life, admitting she has a reoccurring dream about being trapped in a basement by her parents. When it comes to fears, there is one thing that sends shivers down Chelsea’s spine when she thinks about it.

“Being told that I have to be on some sort of dance show,” she said. “If I had to dance in front of people and it was televised, I’d be really scared. If I had to be choreographed, it would just be sad for all people involved.”

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