So Why Did You Finally Get Married, Matthew McConaughey?

Leftovers from this

"I had to get to the right place where I could see and understand marriage. One, I had to find the right woman, which I did and I felt like I found her years before, or we wouldn’t have had our first two kids. But then two, I had to get to a place where it worked for me selfishly. Where it was like, ‘I want to do this for evolution’s sake. For the evolvement of myself, and for us as a unit, for the relationship, for our relationship with God, for us as a family. Instead of, hom hum, lets sign the papers, so we can say we’re married. Really, its a great question. What is it for? Over 50% end in divorces. And some people go, ‘Oh its a piece of paper.’ Then yeah its a good question, why do do it? Because you are supposed to. You’re gonna get married because you are supposed to. I’m like? Supposed to? We can do this because you are supposed to. There’s got to be more than that. There has got to be some ascension. I mean I guess my idea of marriage like in my thirties was there’s like a stop. Like, ‘Ok, we got there. See ya later. I didn’t want to be like an impasse. And then people would say, ‘Yeah but you’ll learn more about how good it is later. But that would have been regressive. And I never want to go, with any affair of the heart, regressively into something. I want to go flying in, already in flight, saying, this is something beautiful for us to do. So I took some time with her and what does this mean in our covenant with god and ourselves and we got quite turned on by the idea.  What’s riskier, doing it or not doing it? Well doing it. That’s part of the buzz right there. It was a spiritual thing for us, for both of us. I found the right woman for me. She found me and she felt I was the right man for her. We were like, let’s turn this up a notch. Let’s make this thing stronger. And not stronger like, its all just flat in a block and now we have done it. Its not like the bow’s tied. We’re still heavily in process. Its gonna go higher, wider, deeper .Let’s get more in process. Let’s really get on the adventure. Lets turn this up another notch.”

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"I love this too much for it to start feeling like work. A lot of people don’t understand the hours that go into making a movie. You are there six days a week, sometimes up to 18 hours a day. And it’s really tough work where it’s like 18 hours on your feet, doing shit for like 18 hours a day, and then you get a couple of hours of sleep and you wake up do it again. But it feels GOOD. You’re like, Let’s get it done. ‘Let’s bend this scene over a barrel and fuck it in the ass.’

I probably shouldn’t have said that. My mom was like, ‘Please don’t use the F word in any more articles.’ ‘I was like, I haven’t!
She’s like, ‘You want me to think those writers put it in there?’ And I’m like, ‘Yes?’”

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Jackie Siegel aka “The Queen of Versailles,” is also an artist. Here are some of her paintings, and the money tree she made for as a gift for her husband David. “It was for Christmas and I didn’t know what to get him, so I just thought I’d drive him crazy because he’d see all that money and he wouldn’t be able to like spend it because it would ruin the piece of art that I did. But someone took all the hundreds out, see how there’s bald spots?"

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What Avicii sees. [GQ]

What Avicii sees. [GQ]