“That’s What Men Do We Make Fun of Things” – Joe Rogan Gets Trolled For Not Wearing Masks

Published 06/16/2020, 6:55 AM EDT

Actor and stand-up comedian Bill Burr appeared on the latest edition of The Joe Rogan Experience. The two talked about how facial masks are becoming a part and parcel of the culture.

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Burr and Rogan reflected upon how masks have become an integral part of everyday life. This has been due to the Covid-19 pandemic that has created unforeseen circumstances in the world. Bill said that people around his street have not been wearing masks at all. Moreover, they are not quarantining themselves. Instead, they are moving in and out as usual.

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Listening to this, Joe asked Bill if he prefers to walk around with a mask on his face in the first place. Burr responded uncannily by dismissing Rogan.

“I don’t wanna start this bulls–t,” Bill Burr said. “I’m not gonna be sitting here with no medical degree listening to you with no medical degree with an American flag behind you smokin’ a cigar acting like we know what’s up to better than the CDC. All I do is watch the news every two weeks. Mask or no mask? Still mask. Okay. That’s all I give a f–k about.”

Bill Burr tells Joe Rogan that a man doesn’t wear a mask

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Joe Rogan said that even the WHO said that you don’t need to wear a mask unless you’re treating a Coronavirus patient. However, Burr found it hysterical that people wore masks anyway. Rogan revealed that he never wears a mask. Burr even compared masks with rollerblades.

“I just love how wearing a mask became like this soft thing you’re doing. It’s like being courteous. Why is it for bitches?” Bill Burr said.

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“Oh God, you’re so tough with your open nose and throat. Gee Joe you and your 5’O clock shadow. This is a man right here and a man doesn’t wear a mask. Why does it always become like that? It’s like the man vs the b–ch,” Burr added.

When the Coronavirus was in its full wrath, Joe Rogan was very scared. He even thought that he had it himself. However, fear was only psychological.

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Rishabh Singh

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Rishabh Singh is an MMA author at EssentiallySports since 2020. An engineer in the making, his love for combat sports began by watching Anderson Silva light people up inside the Octagon. When he isn't busy in his technical pursuits, he is an avid reader with a love for sports in general and sporting history in particular.

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