The Try Guys Get Photoshopped With Mens Ideal Body Types
My fear is that I'm gonnalike the way that I look when professionally photographed. That it's just a reminderthat I don't look that way. What are youmost insecure about physically? What am I most insecureabout physically? Growing up, I thought I was too pudgy. I didn't wanna take myshirt off at the pool. Then now that I'm an adult,
I think I'm, like, too thin and scrawny. Intellectually I know thatI'm now any less of a man because I'm not big and strong, but it's hard sometimes to not look at the people aroundyou and feel less than. What I think makes a manattractive is athleticism. I have a scar that goesup my knee right here. When I cut my knee open,I was in the
for like two and a half weeks, and I was recovering for months. I resent the fact thatit's made me weaker. I am proportioned like a skinny person but I have no muscles,instead I just have fat there. I don't have big arms. And I'd rather stay under the sleeves that go all the way to my elbows.
I'm always in sleeves thatgo all the way to my elbow because then that coversup every part of my body where there's supposedto be muscle definition. Yeah, if I have to open up here, I don't really like the waythat I look most of the time. I grew up in an environment where I was beat up a lot and I was made fun of,
and I was kind of toldeveryday that I was ugly. And then in the home life,you know, being Korean, I was also told that I couldalways be improving how I look. I don't talk about my feelings openly. One wouldn't expect me to havea lot of issues about my body when I'm just riddledwith body insecurity. Normally, when we do shoots, we always get really,really beautiful models,
so when we do Keith Okay. No, no, no, but I'm saying Keith Alright. I'm recreating a JohnKrasinski Men's Health magazine photo where he looks fucking fine as hell. I'm a comedian, right, I'm a funny guy. And I've always thought growing up like, funny guys get to look however they want, and that's not it anymore.