I don't know, but I do know that's the look on his face when he's peeking over my bellybutton......
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Don't ever take shit off of anyone, ever~ BettySue "... there appears to be nothing he can do about the tenacity of his beauty."~Decca Aitkenhead
"First of all, I wouldn't fuck with someone with a dead bird on their head."~J.Depp
Sorry can't find the full interview, I am sure one of the super sleuths on here can find it and give it it's rightful credit. But here is an extract of the JS interview bit here is the Johnny part well part of it ,I am sure he talked quite a bit about Johnny and his tats....
"So it began, sitting at the Fontenoy, an old building in Hollywood where both Jonathan and Johnny were residing at the time, built in the glory days when all was supposed to be glitter and gold. By then the structure was in decay and a low life, level standing. Shaw muses, “It was basically a fancy crack house by the time me and Johnny were hanging out there. Johnny was in a band at the time with our mutual friends and that apartment was like the hangout for us all and pretty much like a shooting gallery for all sorts of beautiful losers and Hollywood dope fiends and so on.” Not yet infamous in any way, Jonathan still remembers Johnny’s presence in the weird surroundings, “He seemed a bit odd since he was the only one there who wasn't shooting dope, just hanging out. He wasn't an actor or anything yet, just another guy hanging out, just another guitar player in another little band in Hollywood. But I remember he was just so NICE. It was impossible not to like him immediately...And I'll always remember, he seemed really fascinated by Vera (Jonathan’s wife at the time) and me. We were like this weird couple of exotic alien looking gypsies fresh off the banana boat who only sat in a corner and spoke Portuguese with each other and shot dope. Johnny just seemed so interested in us, where we came from, what we were doing there, whatever. I don't think WE even knew what the f**k we were doing there! But I remember he was just really cool and friendly. "What a nice f***ing guy", I thought.”
This meeting would flourish into the deep meaningful bond that these two men seem to share with few others. A connection that may not be defined, even in Jonathan’s mind. When asked what he believes binds them together as “soul brothers” he explains,
“You know that indefinable thing that just draws certain people to each other. Who knows? It's like we just spoke the same language or something, right from the start. And then over the years as we’ve gotten to know each other better, we found out we had all this common background in some parallel universe of art and expression, literature, I dunno, some sort of ironic kinship, a sick sense of humor and vision and common cynical worldview that just makes it comfortable to hang out. Friends, ya know? And of course there was always stuff like music and tattoos and art. We just always liked all the same kinda stuff.”
Here is the link to the whole interview on johnny-depp.org:
It's really fascinating to read about Johnny in those early days and how he bonded with Jonathan in Jonathan's own words. It's surreal to picture Johnny in a dope house with a bunch of hard core addicts and he's just sort of...hanging out. How does one find oneself in that scene? He's never been one to shy away from even the most visceral and explicit scenes of human behavior, rather he seems drawn to it like a magnet...and yet he seems able to have navigated himself safely through it without getting sucked in too far. Quite fascinating.