John Mayer: A Douchebag in Details

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Douchebag in Details alert!

John Mayer is featured in the latest issue of this magazine, as he discusses his career, his fans and those that despise the annoying loser.

Guess which camp THG falls into?

Here are a couple excerpts from Mayer's interview, as we ask readers to comment on the singer's tattoos. Are they sexy or shady?

On his music: “I don’t know if you know, but I’m not exactly Bob Dylan – I’m already a pop musician…I want to reach as many people as possible…I don’t mind compromising.”

On his critics: “What if I had a booth on the street and I said, ‘Attention everybody who hates me: If you have a problem with me, I’m ready to hear your gripes! I will be outside the Barneys store on 60th Street from two to four this afternoon... I will only be speaking to people who do not like me. Come out and let me have it.’ How many people do you think would be standing there?…Ze-ro.”

Hear that, haters? You gotta speak up!

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He is such a douche. His music is weak - "waiting on the world to change" -- he is def not Bob Dylan - Bob was working for change, not putting on tand-up routines for TMZ and bagging celeb poontang as a sport. He's an overplayed boy-band rolled up into one douchey tatted-up parcel.

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I don't like his music. It's no better than elevator music. Boring and not very creative. He makes my skin crawl.

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So, when is he going to do this? I will be there along with the entire blues community.

John Mayer Biography

John Mayer With Long Hair John Mayer is a singer, songwriter, guitar player and Grade A douchebag hailing from Connecticut. The cheesy musician has become a major... More »
Born
Birthplace
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Full Name
John Clayton Mayer

John Mayer Quotes

The feathered cut projects an attitude of ease and quiet confidence that seems to have all but eluded our generation. This is a work in progress, and as my hair grows longer it will serve to become a more stirring and poignant statement.

John Mayer [on haircut]

To adults who will vote for him, Barack Obama represents a return to prosperity. To the youth, he represents an introduction to it.

John Mayer