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Mick Jagger refuses to acknowledge our Littlewillie Options
Posted: Monday, November 14, 2011 8:14:15 PM

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THE Rolling Stones have a golden rule for interviewers. You can ask about the drugs, you can ask about the girls, you can even ask what gets Ronnie Wood off.

But the one thing you must never, ever ask is this: Does Mick Jagger have a small penis?

Elizabeth Day, a music writer for The Observer newspaper, was told by the band's PR that she was not allowed to ask about "big and small willies", a refrence to a passage in Keith Richards' autobiography, Life, in which he claimed that Jagger had a "a tiny todger… he's got an enormous pair of balls – but it doesn't quite fill the gap".
Day said that the warning was the "only time genitalia size has been listed as a verboten topic in any interview I've ever done".

Although it lacks the definitive word on Mick's package, Day's 3000-word probe into the Stones contains numerous gems. Here is a sample:

Keith Richards on giving up drugs: "Everybody's got to grow up eventually. All of my stuff, I considered it all an experiment that went on too long. Once you've sniffed it, you've sniffed it."

Jagger doesn't think he's a good dancer: "It's about keeping the audience enthused, keeping them involved. They don't come to see a dancer par excellence."

Richards thinks Jagger is a diva: "It's like working with Maria Callas. The diva is right and we've got to try and put music together without annoying the diva. If the diva gets too annoyed, then I get pissed off. Do you think when we get together we're all like happy families? Forget about it. We've been fighting cats and dogs all our career."

Wood on going into rehab for the eighth time after claims he tried to throttle the Russian cocktail waitress he left his second wife for: "I became an annoying kind of drunk. I annoyed myself and it wasn't working any more. I'm still learning from my mistakes and I'm determined I'll never do anything stupid like that again."

The band on the prospect of a tour to celebrate their 50th anniverary next year:

Wood: "Fifty years! It's got to be done."

Watts: "I would like to think we'd do a tour. Um, if we don't, we don't. I mean, I've felt like that for the last 50 years. It's never bothered me if the Rolling Stones stopped tomorrow."

Jagger: "I've no idea. We don't really get together that much as a group."

Richards: "Yeah. I dream of it."


Heading out for the East Coast / Lord knows I've paid some dues gettin' through, / Tangled up in blues.
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