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“I start my day at 4:30 a.m. The first thing I do when I get out of bed is weigh myself.”

“I don’t like showers. Why do anything standing up that you could do lying down?”

“I’ve decided to age.”

“I go through a very precise ritual getting dressed in the morning. In a sense it’s armor.”

“I am my own muse.”

“I’m the same weight now that I was when I was 33 years old. If I gain more than three pounds, I eat vegetables for two or three days.”

“I’m a spiritual person in an eastern-religion kind of way.”

“I wasn’t drinking to relax; I was drinking to escape. I was trying to escape from boring goddamned industry dinner parties, which I don’t go to anymore.”

“I don’t like warm drinks of any kind. I lie in my bathtub with a bendable straw in my coffee and no lights and only one candle lit.”

“There is not a day or really an hour that goes by that I don’t think about death.”

“Every time I walk past my bathroom, I go in and I put on some perfume.”

“I take, like, three baths a day.”

“I take a bath in the morning, because the time I lie in the bathtub is when I work out all my problems. Same in the evening, before dinner. I can’t go from work and out to a dinner and be good at a dinner—meaning, be interesting and charming and be interested and listen to someone—unless I kind of wash away the day. The same at night—I can’t go to sleep unless I get in the bathtub and, again, wash away the day.

“I was born fifty. When I was five years old, I wanted to be fifty.”

“Before I had a child, I literally took all my clothes off the minute I came in the door.”

“Sluttiness is just a lot of freedom.”

“I think that monogamy is artificial. I don’t think it’s something that comes naturally to us.”

“One of the reasons I love Los Angeles is that some of the most important moments in my life for style, for how I wanted to live, even things that people have said to each other, have happened not in reality but in film.”

“I’m perfectly happy. I could die tomorrow.”

 

 

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