Quote of the Day: David Sedaris’ Alternative to the Patch

“I always used to reach for the cigarette when the phone rang, and I figured nobody would ever call me in Tokyo. The time difference is so profound it’s, like, already September in Tokyo, and I figured nobody would be able to work it out.”

– David Sedaris tells The Guardian about moving to Tokyo for three months to kick his smoking habit. Along with his writing process, his regrets, and why he doesn’t write about Brits, he also addresses the accusations that his work shouldn’t be called non-fiction, and though we aren’t quite sure he convinced us, we do think that Alex Heard sounds like a total jerk.