I hid in his room once. We got in from filming in Jersey and I was in the first car and they gave the key and I went up and I said it wasn't for my room it was for Michael's which was next door. So unlocked his door and I got the key and I thought I could take advantage of this so I went into his room and put the lights on and took a look around and there was a dressing table in the corner. So I got behind it and um, having turned the lights off, Michael came in...
As it was my room. You know, there was nothing kinky about that. It was MY room.
And he wandered over to the dresser and started doing the
I could have reached over and touched him there. But he never saw me and he went over and started brushing his teeth, then he started taking his clothes off and he put his pajamas on, he got into bed put his glasses on got his book and started to read. And then I realized that the joke was on me! I didn't know what to do so I sat there for about five minutes and then I just got up and said, "I'm awfully sorry Michael but I have to go."
I remember what happened then, Carol shouted, "Get Out!"
The thing is that... There's nothing funny about what Christ said and what's funny, really, is the fact that Christ said all these good things about "Love thy neighbor" and everything and for the next 2000 years people are killing each other and torturing each other because they can't decide how he said it.
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