Naturally, Demarco's answers to our GTKY questionnaire are pretty stupid
Once known as Makeout Videotape, before accidentally impersonating Chris Issacs on his 2012 debut album ‘Rock and Roll Night Club’, Canadian goof Mac DeMarco answers our Getting To Know You questionnaire in an attempt to prove that recording artists are people too.
The best piece of advice you’ve ever been given
“Remember, the donkey’s balls are always reddest right before the sunrise.”
Your favourite word
Your pet hate
“My girlfriend, Kiera”
If you could only eat one food forever it would be…
“Philly cheese steak”
The worst job you’ve had
The film you can quote the most of
Your favourite place in the world
Your style icon
“Christian Bale in The Fighter”
The one song you wished you’d written
“The jingle from the original ‘My Buddy’ commercial”
The most famous person you’ve met
The thing you’d rescue from a burning building
The worst date you’ve been on
“I went on a date with Jennifer Lawrence last time I was in LA, she wouldn’t put out.
Your guilty pleasure
“Pissing in the bath”
The worst birthday or Christmas present you’ve received
“My girlfriend passed away on my birthday last year”
The characteristic you most like about yourself
“Extremely small, almost inverted vagina-esque penis”
You worst injury
“Busted half my front tooth off”
Your hidden talent
What do you think of E cigarettes?
“Fuck that shit”
Your favourite item of clothing
Your biggest disappointment
The celebrity that pisses you off most even though you’ve never met them
Your biggest fear
“Large scale bukkake”
The best book in the world
“The Bible †”
The thing you’d most like to change about your physical appearance
“I’d have a huge cock”
What is success to you?
What talent do you wish you had?
If you could go back in time, what would you tell your 15-year-old self?
“Dude, Kiera’s boobs are THAT chill!”
How do you want to die?
Your best piece of advice for others
“Love your mom”
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