John Mayer has blamed the media for preventing him from having as much sex as he deserves, and today he continues to discuss his fascination with people who are out to get him. He covers December's Details and inside a profile entitled 'John Mayer Thinks With His Pick' issues a challenge to the haters:
"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 not be speaking to fans. I will only be speaking to people who do not like me. Come out and let me have it. I will not speak back.'
"How many people do you think would be standing there? I'm talking about people getting the chance to tell me directly, 'I think you're a douchebag.' You know how many people would do it? Ze-ro. You know what they'd do? They'd walk up and say, 'I'm just messin' with ya.' And you know what I'd say? I'd say, 'You're a douchebag!'"
Mayer also talks about maturing into "musical tenure," not being Bob Dylan and bonding with Gerard Butler over being mislabeled as a Hollywood cad.