Everyone needs to get out of John Mayer‘s pants unless they plan to have sex with him. Talking about his new album Battle Studies with the New York Times, Mayer whined that haters in the media are keeping him from laying as much plank as he rightfully should be. “I should be having sex with more girls,” he said, though his “colorful” langauge was edited by the paper (let’s just assume he used the word “shtup”).
“It’s crazy to me that in my head, that being 32 and dating women is going to get me in trouble,” he needlessly continued. “I can’t even explain to you how terrible that feels, that I equate dating a woman with punishment, shame, guilt, disappointment, reproach, reprimand, persecution. It’s a nightmare.” Hey, John, most guys associate the dating scene with punishment, shame, guilt, disappointment, etc. And they don’t have a legion of fans with their underwear around their ankles after each concert. If you can say “They say I’m a womanizer…I say I haven’t met enough women” to a shrieking fanbase—as the article says Mayer did last Monday at the Music Hall Of Williamsburg, please don’t invite us to your pity party.
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