SLAYER's KERRY KING On Sex: 'I've Had Plenty, And I've Pretty Much Got It Down, I Think'

A short video clip of SLAYER guitarist Kerry King talking to Norway's NRK P3TV about sex has been posted at this location. A transcript of the brief question-and-answer session follows:

Q: Is there anything that Kerry King still wonders about sex?

Kerry: No. [Laughs] I've had enough. I've had plenty, and I've pretty much got it down, I think. [Laughs]

Q: Before you actually had sex, was there anything that you thought, "Wow, I wonder what that is like."

Kerry: Yeah, pretty much everything. Before you did it for the first time, it's like, "I wonder what that's gonna be like." But that's just part of growing up and finding it out. That's not anything anybody can tell you, I don't think. I mean, you had access to porn back then, so you could just… That's it. I mean, that's better than any book. Just watch somebody [doing it]. "All right, I get it." [Laughs]

(Thanks: Hans Erik Schmidt)


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