The host of Jay Leno’s Garage posted on Sunday about a recent gasoline fire in his garage, saying that “everyone who works with their hands on a periodic basis is going to have an accident at some point.” “Everything you do carries some level of danger.”
Jay Leno is mocking the mishap he recently had in his garage.
The comedian described the gasoline fire that resulted in burns to his face, chest, and hands in the Wall Street Journal, saying, “Eight days later, I had a brand new face.” And it’s an improvement above what was previously there.
Regarding his accident, the Jay Leno’s Garage host also maintained a sense of reality.
He wrote on Sunday, “It was an accident, that’s all. “Everybody who regularly uses their hands will experience an accident at some point. You can break your leg or suffer a concussion while playing football. You run the danger of doing anything.”
Regarding the advantages of maintain a cheerful attitude, the former host of The TonightShow With Jay Leno said, “You have to joke about it. “Celebrities who complain are the worst. People join in your laughter when you make a joke about it.”
Laughter seems to be the best treatment in Leno’s case.
Just two weeks after his accident on November 27, the comic performed in front of a pack house at The Comedy also Magic Club in Hermosa Beach, California.
As he arrived at the location, Leno made a joke to reporters, including News, saying, “I never thought of myself as a roast comic.” We have standard and extra crispy concerts tonight.