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Some girls are bigger than others

This record turns 20 this year. This was Morrissey before he got really into his own drama. This album is hilarious and disturbing, not to mention essentially 80s.

“As Rose counts the money in the cannister, who comes sliding down the bannister, a Vicar in a tutu, he’s not strange. He just wants to live his life this way.”

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  1. It should be obvious to all readers that Morrissey is a homo. Nobody is fooled by this “asexual status” that he professes to hold. He clearly is a man who enjoys cocque. The question you should ask is this: does a man’s sexual preferences diminish his music? I think the answer is obvious. Can anyone enjoy “Rock & Roll Part 2” by Gary Glitter anymore, knowing that he sodomized some young boys in Thailand?


  2. on June 27, 2006 at 6:08 pm | Reply hernamewaslola

    I’m sorry …. cocque?

    Last I heard, Morrissey was a celibate homosexual. I think that means that he doesn’t get busy, but if he did, it’d be with a guy.

    this is sort of the “if a tree falls in the woods and no one’s around to hear it, does it make a sound” kind of situation.

    Bravissimo for finding an excuse to bring up Gary Glitter (the pederast…)!


  3. Does not the word “cocque” sound so much more elegant and continental than the rather brutish, uncouth usage “cock”? You can use it in rather sophisticated-sounding sentences, such as this:

    I fancy myself rather proud of my rapscallionesque cocque as of late.


  4. on June 29, 2006 at 1:20 pm | Reply hernamewaslola

    I think this entire converstation is moot given “cocque” is not actually an acceptable spelling of the word. Get it in the dictonary or in common vernacular — or hell, even that ridiculous gaming language L33t (or whatever the hell it is. I might be a little biased. Does it show?), and then, mon frere, we shall talk.

    But I admire your use of the word “continental.” Elegante!



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Some girls are bigger than others

This record turns 20 this year. This was Morrissey before he got really into his own drama. This album is hilarious and disturbing, not to mention essentially 80s.

“As Rose counts the money in the cannister, who comes sliding down the bannister, a Vicar in a tutu, he’s not strange. He just wants to live his life this way.”

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