from the Ice Age to the dole age
Sorry, I messed up the quote, see below!
I think this was probably an understandable reaction by a 23-year old guy who'd spent the last five years with everyone thinking he was gay and he wasn't..
My, what a Grumpy Gus! Here, I'll make you some tea and we can discuss why gay men offend you so much, yet here you are on a Morrissey forum!
But Jehne says only cool people wear jeans with holes in them and it is so important to be cool especially if you live way out in nowhere where clothes are just in the way cause it always so god damn hot (unlike those that actually live there).I think I'll just dress like myself. It's worked out well for me so far.
No one will ever make me believe Marr made any music of worth after The Smiths and claiming that is lunacy so I need to call a white ambulance to come and pick you up.Your post confused me until I realized you must exist in an alternate universe where Johnny Marr became a hermit after the Smiths instead of having an outstanding, long and prolific career like he did in my universe. This forum must be the only place where our universes intersect. Live long and prosper, friend.
Perhaps, but Johnny played his own part in that, didn't he? He cultivated a very feminine image and liked jewellery, blouses, makeup and beehives etc of his own accord - Morrissey wasn't pushing him into it. Perhaps he did feel he had to shake it off once Bernard came on the scene, but it was still part of him - and judging by the hair and fashion choices these days, he's very much gone back to it.
Johnny Marr was never "a lad", he just acted up to it occasionally to impress a certain crowd and get up Morrissey's nose - cf. Dorrissey.