Funny man Aziz Ansari has landed the cover of the 2017 Fall issue of GQ Style. In the feature he dishes on everything from his hit Netflix series Master of None to his definition of “living good”.  Below is an excerpt from the interview. The full piece is here.

What’s the most fun drug you’ve ever done?
I’ve done mushrooms a few times, but I’ve never done much beyond that. I gotta be in the right environment to do drugs. Could you imagine if I was on mushrooms right now? It’s like, everyone in this restaurant knows who I am. Do you realize how terrifying that would be? So I really have to be somewhere alone, away from everybody.

How are your paranoia levels generally?
I’m pretty comfortable with myself.

What’s the most annoying question that people ask about Master of None?
You know what I’m glad about? After the first season, I fucking ran out of things to say about diversity. But after the second season, there hasn’t been anything, like, very annoying—there’s just things that you get asked a lot.

What about important news and politics?
I was reading all this Trump stuff, and it doesn’t feel like we’re reading news for the reason we used to, which was to get a better sense of what’s going on in the world and to enrich yourself by being aware.