T.S.O.L. Singer Jack Grisham On Life, Addiction & Cold Pee Play
Are you two planning on getting married?
JG: Well, she has a ring on her finger. We haven't set a date yet, but we are engaged.
KK: Yeah, he called me his 'finance' today.
How did you pop the question?
JG: Before Christmas? Um... Well...
KK: What, did you black out?
JG: Uh, I don't remember how I asked exactly. We were sitting on this couch [points to couch], which was the first place we ever kissed.
KK: He never actually asked me. I said to him, 'Are you going to marry me?' And he said, 'I think that's what it's for.'
How did you know she was 'The One?'
JG: I don't know. I just thought that. At first not wanting to hurt her -- I looked at her as injured a little bit. Just like 'Hey, she needs to be protected.'
What is the weirdest or most disturbing thing a woman has said to you during sex?
JG: I don't find much disturbing. For me, I get off when someone else is excited. No matter what weirdness she said, I would be stoked because she's into it. If she said, 'Fucking beat me over the head with that dog's fucking leg,' I would do it. And then I would throw feces on her, if she wanted. I would think, 'God, she is so out of control, she must be enjoying it!'
Prostitution: should it be legal? Have you ever paid for it?
JG: Yes. It's a woman's or man's body, he or she can do whatever with it. I've never paid for it. Wait. Actually, that's not true. I paid money to talk to one. I was going to have sex in Europe in '95, and I gave the girl money, but I just couldn't do it because I knew she didn't want to. You know, I want my partner to want to do it. I handed the girl money and I just walked out. And yes, I was paid to have sex with a guy and his wife.