Amy Schumer jokes that her vagina is just street trash after tying the knot – Daily Mail

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Amy Schumer gave a hilarious – and graphic – answer after comedian Kevin Hart asked her to share what has ‘changed the most’ about her since getting married.

‘My p***y. It’s honestly just like, huge now and just garbage,’ the 39-year-old jokingly declared during Thursday’s episode of Hart’s Comedy Gold Minds podcast.

‘It’s just street trash. Yeah, I would say my street trash p***y is probably [the biggest change],’ continued Schumer, with Hart replying with laughter: ‘Is it?’

Changes: Amy Schumer gave a hilarious - and graphic - answer after comedian Kevin Hart asked her to share what has ' changed the most' about her since getting married; Schumer pictured in 2019

Changes: Amy Schumer gave a hilarious - and graphic - answer after comedian Kevin Hart asked her to share what has ' changed the most' about her since getting married; Schumer pictured in 2019

Changes: Amy Schumer gave a hilarious – and graphic – answer after comedian Kevin Hart asked her to share what has ‘ changed the most’ about her since getting married; Schumer pictured in 2019

Schumer married Massachusetts-born chef Chris Fischer, 41, during a private ceremony in February 2018, which was attended by famous pals like Jennifer Lawrence.

Since then, the couple have welcomed their first child, son Gene, who will turn two-years-old next month.

The I Feel Pretty actress also told the Jumanji actor that since getting married she ‘doesn’t go out anymore’ like she used to.

‘I mean, it’s also the pandemic, but I’d be down at the Cellar every night doing standup, and now it’s like, if a friend is like, “Want to meet out at 8:00 PM?,” I’m like “8:00pm?! Sorry, I’m in…” I mean, I’m not in bed, I stay up, you know…’ she explained.

Married life: Schumer married Massachusetts-born chef Chris Fischer, 41, during a private ceremony in February 2018, which was attended by famous pals like Jennifer Lawrence; Amy and Chris pictured in 2018

Married life: Schumer married Massachusetts-born chef Chris Fischer, 41, during a private ceremony in February 2018, which was attended by famous pals like Jennifer Lawrence; Amy and Chris pictured in 2018

Married life: Schumer married Massachusetts-born chef Chris Fischer, 41, during a private ceremony in February 2018, which was attended by famous pals like Jennifer Lawrence; Amy and Chris pictured in 2018

During her interview with Hart, Schumer said that her and Fischer still make time for intimate moments, despite their busy schedules and parenting duties. 

‘We probably have sex every seven to 10 days,’ she revealed, with the father-of-four concurring her answer with: ‘That’s about right.’  

Amy explained that when her and Chris do settle down and have sex, it makes them realize they ‘need to do that more,’ but more pressing matters often send intimacy further and further down the couple’s to-do list.

Sometimes the couple are just not on the same page, with Schumer recalling one time where she asked Fischer if he ‘wants to have sex’ and he just wasn’t in the mood. 

Yikes! 'My p***y. It's honestly just like, huge now and just garbage,' the 39-year-old jokingly declared during Thursday's episode of Hart's Comedy Gold Minds podcast; Amy and Chris pictured in 2019

Yikes! 'My p***y. It's honestly just like, huge now and just garbage,' the 39-year-old jokingly declared during Thursday's episode of Hart's Comedy Gold Minds podcast; Amy and Chris pictured in 2019

Yikes! ‘My p***y. It’s honestly just like, huge now and just garbage,’ the 39-year-old jokingly declared during Thursday’s episode of Hart’s Comedy Gold Minds podcast; Amy and Chris pictured in 2019

Homebody: The I Feel Pretty actress also told the Jumanji actor that since getting married she 'doesn't go out anymore' like she used to; Schumer pictured on Saturday

Homebody: The I Feel Pretty actress also told the Jumanji actor that since getting married she 'doesn't go out anymore' like she used to; Schumer pictured on Saturday

Homebody: The I Feel Pretty actress also told the Jumanji actor that since getting married she ‘doesn’t go out anymore’ like she used to; Schumer pictured on Saturday

‘I go, “Do you want to have sex?” And he makes this face. He kind of pictured it, and like, winced.

‘He’s imagining it and he made a face kind of like he ate something bad,’ she joked.

Amy said that after putting some thought into it, Chris asked her ‘”How about tomorrow?”‘ to which she replied: ‘Great. Thank you. I feel really good.’

The stand-up comic recently opened up about plans to expand her family with husband Chris. 

When asked about having baby number two by guest host Ashley Graham on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she said: ‘Oh God, I hope so. We’re trying to figure it out. I mean, you know, it’s like there’s nothing better. Yeah. What about you?’

Expanding: The stand-up comic recently opened up about plans to expand her family with husband Chris, whom she already shares one-year-old son Gene with; Gene and Amy pictured in 2020

Expanding: The stand-up comic recently opened up about plans to expand her family with husband Chris, whom she already shares one-year-old son Gene with; Gene and Amy pictured in 2020

Expanding: The stand-up comic recently opened up about plans to expand her family with husband Chris, whom she already shares one-year-old son Gene with; Gene and Amy pictured in 2020

Hopeful: When asked about having baby number two by guest host Ashley Graham on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she said: 'Oh God, I hope so. We're trying to figure it out. I mean, you know, it's like there's nothing better. Yeah. What about you?'; Chris, Gene, and Amy pictured in 2020

Hopeful: When asked about having baby number two by guest host Ashley Graham on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she said: 'Oh God, I hope so. We're trying to figure it out. I mean, you know, it's like there's nothing better. Yeah. What about you?'; Chris, Gene, and Amy pictured in 2020

Hopeful: When asked about having baby number two by guest host Ashley Graham on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she said: ‘Oh God, I hope so. We’re trying to figure it out. I mean, you know, it’s like there’s nothing better. Yeah. What about you?’; Chris, Gene, and Amy pictured in 2020

Amy previously said she wouldn’t be able to carry any future children after the process of welcoming Gene via IVF was ‘really tough’ on her.

In August, she explained: ‘We did IVF and IVF was really tough on me. I don’t think I could ever do IVF again. “I decided that I can’t be pregnant ever again. We thought about a surrogate, but I think we’re going to hold off for right now.’ 

Schumer has been hard at work on the set of her forthcoming Hulu comedy series Life & Beth, which she is starring in, directing, and producing.

Amy plays the series’ title character, who is described as a woman whose ‘life looks pretty great on paper,’ but takes a turn as she dives into her past, according to the streaming service. 

Life & Beth: Schumer has been hard at work on the set of her forthcoming Hulu comedy series Life & Beth, which she is starring in, directing, and producing; Amy pictured on set on April 27

Life & Beth: Schumer has been hard at work on the set of her forthcoming Hulu comedy series Life & Beth, which she is starring in, directing, and producing; Amy pictured on set on April 27

Life & Beth: Schumer has been hard at work on the set of her forthcoming Hulu comedy series Life & Beth, which she is starring in, directing, and producing; Amy pictured on set on April 27

On set: Amy plays the series' title character, who is described as a woman whose 'life looks pretty great on paper,' but takes a turn as she dives into her past, according to the streaming service; Amy pictured on set with Gene on Thursday

On set: Amy plays the series' title character, who is described as a woman whose 'life looks pretty great on paper,' but takes a turn as she dives into her past, according to the streaming service; Amy pictured on set with Gene on Thursday

On set: Amy plays the series' title character, who is described as a woman whose 'life looks pretty great on paper,' but takes a turn as she dives into her past, according to the streaming service; Amy pictured on set with Gene on Thursday

On set: Amy plays the series' title character, who is described as a woman whose 'life looks pretty great on paper,' but takes a turn as she dives into her past, according to the streaming service; Amy pictured on set with Gene on Thursday

On set: Amy plays the series’ title character, who is described as a woman whose ‘life looks pretty great on paper,’ but takes a turn as she dives into her past, according to the streaming service; Amy pictured on set with Gene on Thursday

‘Impressive to everyone she grew up with. She makes a good living as a wine distributor.

‘She’s in a long-term relationship with an attractive, successful guy and lives in Manhattan. When a sudden incident forces Beth to engage with her past, her life changes forever,’ the synopsis continued.

‘Through flashbacks to her teen self, Beth starts to learn how she became who she is and who she wants to become. We’ll go on her journey toward building a more authentic life.

‘Learning to express herself and living in an intentional way. A trip down memory lane is a strong source of trauma, comedy and moving forward,’ it concluded.

Michael Rapaport recently signed on to play teenaged Beth’s father, with Michael Cera also receiving a role in the comedian’s new show. 

Star-studded: Michael Rapaport recently signed on to play teenaged Beth's father, with Michael Cera also receiving a role in the comedian's new show; Amy and Michael pictured on April 28

Star-studded: Michael Rapaport recently signed on to play teenaged Beth's father, with Michael Cera also receiving a role in the comedian's new show; Amy and Michael pictured on April 28

Star-studded: Michael Rapaport recently signed on to play teenaged Beth’s father, with Michael Cera also receiving a role in the comedian’s new show; Amy and Michael pictured on April 28

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