‘I think of myself as a real man. Being a man is about how you act, how you communicate. A man must have a degree of congenital sloppiness.’
‘A beard is something that grows out of laziness, it shouldn’t be a cultivated thing. You won’t catch me wearing perfume. I’d rather smell of whisky and sweat. Or a whiff of women’s perfume, suggesting you rubbed up against something.’
Full interview in the Amsterdam Characters book – in stores March 22. Pre-order your copy at bol.com.