Quiz – What do U2 Think of Each Other?

June 9, 2007 at 11:14 pm Leave a comment

Which U2 member said each of the following quotes, and which other U2 member was he talking about?

  • He’s comfortable and amused by his gay icon status, and almost ready to laugh at all of this. The emphasis being on ‘almost’.
  • Whatever you do, don’t get in a car with him – he’s not great at the old driving.
  • He only wakes up after midnight – he’s an owl.
  • His chequerboard pants and polo-necks with one nipple cut out – that was probably the silliest it got.
  • He always loved nudity. He’s always been that way. He, when we were at school, used to streak down the corridor naked.
  • He has a small willy.

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And the answers are:

  • Bono, talking about Larry (U2 by U2, 2006)
  • Larry, talking about Bono (Q, Nov 2000)
  • Bono, talking about Edge (Q, July 2001)
  • Edge, talking about Bono (U2 by U2, 2006)
  • Bono, talking about Adam (Bono on Bono, 2005)
  • Adam, talking about Bono (The Face, April 1992)

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Find any U2 quote that you are looking for in Popaganda – Essential U2 Quotations, by Tony Clayton-Lea, meticulously catalogued in thirty-five themed sections.

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