|UK Vogue May 2016|
Mick is like Nureyev when he is still, thin ... moody ... chiseled cheeks, but when is he ever that? The man just moves. I love too how Freud, the great granddaughter of Sigmund, liberally uses the word, 'cock.' It must be an English thing because I don't hear as many Americans use it as often. My ears picked up to it on David Bowie's "Blackstar" in the song, "Tis a Pity She Was a Whore." He sings, "Black struck the kiss, she kept my cock." What a fabulous line! And all I can think of when I am listening to it is that he was dying and he was thinking about his dick. Yeah, that's more American ... 'dick.' I love it. Bowie also was said to have as I have mentioned in this blog previously, a pendulous penis. It must be a qualification of the superstar, rockstar: must have a big cock.
What's amazing is to consider how tiny Mick Jagger must be in real life because Kate Moss is wearing his clothes. And the Stones costume manager has reportedly said that the boys only ever grew an inch in the waist from the late '60's to now. So, she also has 'narrow, tiny hips,' and a big cock, apparently. But Moss was never known for having a body. She was the first in a trend of waifs that floated in on the heels of more buxom beauties like Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford. I appreciated them for that; however, hands down, Kate Moss has it over them for cool. She is definitely a four letter word that begins with an hard 'C.'