What is napalm? What is the definition of napalm? Why is napalm John Mayer’s word choice in describing Jessica Simpson in a new interview with Hef’s Magazine?
John Mayer’s comments for the upcoming mag hit this morning. And is much the case with everything that John Mayer says, it wasn’t run here on LALATE. Much of what comes out of John Mayer’s ego driven mouth qualifies to be put in that pocket of our brain where we try to forget it, for good.
But by afternoon, Mayer heats up every viral indicator online because of his comments about African American women, Jennifer Aniston, and Jessica Simpson.
The napalm remark comes up for Simpson. Mayer tells the publication the following (extremely edited) remarks:
“That girl, for me, is [an illegal substance]. And [such substances] aren’t good for you if you do lots of them. Yeah, that girl is like [one such substance] to me… [In bed] it was crazy. That’s all I’ll say. It was like napalm, …. napalm…
“There are people in the world who have the power to change our values. Have you ever been with a girl who made you want to quit the rest of your life? Did you ever say, “I want to quit my life and just …. [enhale] you? … I would start selling all my .. [belongings] just to keep [having relations]… you.”
So what is the definition of napalm? While it has many definitions, in this context is referring a “aluminum soap of various fatty acids that when mixed with gasoline makes a firm jelly used in some bombs and in flamethrowers” or “an incendiary mixture of polystyrene, benzene, and gasoline”.