If I said that most of the country has been wondering where Jason Biggs has been since the last “American Pie” movie, I’d be lying because nobody really gives a sh*t.
That doesn’t mean he doesn’t have an opinion, though. He recently proved that by writing a heartfelt essay about how it makes him feel uncomfortable when fans recognize him and how he hates the feeling he’s being watched.
Pull it together, Biggs.
“Naturally, places with larger crowds will provide the most opportunities for recognition, and therefore are the most anxiety-inducing. But even in places where there are fewer people, recognition is always a possibility. It is this potential for being recognized that is often more stressful than actually being recognized.
It’s like smuggling a joint on an airplane, or sneaking your toy poodle into a grocery store, or driving without proper vehicle registration: you are very much aware of it, even if others aren’t, and there’s that voice in your head telling you you’re gonna get caught. I know when people do double-takes walking by me on a city street, or when people are whispering about me at a nearby table at a restaurant. I can even tell, based on a quick locking of eyes, if they have clocked who I am or not.
At any moment your movements may be watched and analyzed. This is a constant. And despite having had a few years to adjust, it is a very weird and trippy feeling. I imagine it’s something I will never truly get used to. Simply put, it’s an unnatural thing. It’s not normal, by any definition of the word.”
Bro, you stuck your d*ck in a pie for the whole world to see. What did you expect?