By Daniel Kohn
By Imade Nibokun
By Arrissia Owen
By Lilledeshan Bose
By Sarah Bennett
By Adam Lovinus
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By Nate Jackson
Yeah, and when I started Sourpuss, we were really young. It was a lot about trying to find out who you are and your identity, so I couldn't really say that [experience] could be an imprint for that situation. It doesn't mean that every time I play with a girl, it's going to be like that; it's just a different time and space and . . . I love playing with my boys. I don't look at it like they're men—we just play.It seems like everyone's an equal up there, anyhow.
Sometimes I do feel like the odd man out. They'll be talking about guy shit, and I'll just come out with, "I'm bleeding."And then do they all mysteriously leave the room?
No, you see, I have them trained really well. We go shopping for pumps and fuckin' lipstick. They know my taste in everything.So it's like, "Bitch, go get my lipstick!"
It's true. Or I'll tell our guitarist, "I need those Playtex tampons, Tony." He always goes and gets them for me.
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