Morrissey’s quirkiness

laughing_anne

New Member
Quirkiness or eccentricity I like ,rudeness or just being plain irritating is another matter.
Since I've never met the guy I wouldn't know but the examples at the beginning of this thread,to me,would be rude AND irritating
I know that we all have our own definitions of rudeness, but I just can't see how changing seats while you're in the bathroom can be seen as being rude? And as for the sofa-comment, come on, that's just too funny :D
 

snapyou

Humdee,dumdee,homocide
I know that we all have our own definitions of rudeness, but I just can't see how changing seats while you're in the bathroom can be seen as being rude? And as for the sofa-comment, come on, that's just too funny :D
I just think that meeting anyone for the first time,let alone a "celebrity",can be a nervous experience and I'd think it just good manners for the "host" to put you at your ease rather than playing silly games and making things that little bit less comfortable.

Of course,it's not the end of the world but I do find it a bit rude on M's part.
 

laughing_anne

New Member
I just think that meeting anyone for the first time,let alone a "celebrity",can be a nervous experience and I'd think it just good manners for the "host" to put you at your ease rather than playing silly games and making things that little bit less comfortable.

Of course,it's not the end of the world but I do find it a bit rude on M's part.
I find it hard to believe that Paul Morley for example would have been that nervous and jittery about meeting Morrissey (and not for the first time I might add), it is his job after all. And it is such a charming anecdote.

And I would simply love to have a story like that about Morrissey. Oh well, a girl can dream..
 

Jones

Senior Member
Paul Morley's known Morrissey since before either of them became famous so I very much doubt he'd be intimidated by Morrissey changing his seat. Besides, he has a well developed sense of humour.
 
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