The Big Hurt: Sex Pistols perfume

By DAVID THORPE  |  September 14, 2010

I think I’d be a much happier person if I disabused myself of all my quaint expectations about artistic integrity. In fact, I think a great way to do that would be if someone offered me a shitload of money to appear in a butter commercial. Any takers? I’d be perfect. I’m tall, I have a clear speaking voice, and I definitely look like a guy who eats a lot of butter.

Here’s a headline from that’s surely worthy of a chortle: “LINKIN PARK’s A Thousand Suns: Kid A, All Grown Up?” Careful, MTV, you could snap some groin tendons attempting to stretch like that.

David Thorpe |

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