Well, Pete’s back at it again in a brand new interview with Howard Stern, and if you thought he’d revealed a lot in the past, you really aren’t ready for what’s to come next. Let’s break it down…
So something you might’ve already seen floating around Twitter is that Pete revealed he’s not jealous of other guys fancying Ariana because he understands what that’s like. In his own words, he said: “I was jerking off to her before I met her.”
Pete went on to say that he’s “grateful that [Ariana] touches [him]”, so he constantly thanks her after they have sex.
Oh, and of course the conversation also covered the topic of Pete’s alleged third leg. When Howard asked about Ariana claiming Pete’s penis is 10 inches, Pete responded: “I think I have an average sized penis and she’s tiny. Everything’s big to her.”
The interview wasn’t just about sex and 10 inch dicks though! Pete also opened up about how he and Ariana got together in the first place, praising her manager Scooter Braun for instigating the relationship.
According to Pete, the couple’s first date was on the night of the Met Gala, which was on May 7th. After the event, Pete said he went over to Ariana’s apartment where they played games with friends. Pete admitted that when her friends left and it was just the two of them, he asked if he could kiss her.
In one of the cuter segments of the interview, Pete revealed that he “feels safe” with Ariana and that he also cried the first time he heard “Pete Davidson”, the song Ariana wrote about him for her latest album, Sweetener.
Pete also admitted to not feeling good enough for Ariana, going as far to reveal that when they first started dating, he “scrolled through a list of really hot guys on the internet” to show Ariana what she would be missing out on by dating him.
The interview, which kept flicking back to the subject of sex, then took a drastic turn when Pete seemed to joke that he holds out while having sex by thinking of his dad dying.
Warning — the following quote is very explicit and may be upsetting for some readers.
I was just thinking of my dad being burned alive. That’s what I do. I just think of my dad seeing that fire coming right towards him.
When Howard noted that the interview had taken a dark turn, Pete explained how he uses personal tragedy as a form of comedy in his stand up routines.
I always kinda thought tragedy, there was a way to make it funny, but I didn’t know it was OK to do that.
And finally, what about the wedding? Is it happening anytime soon? Although Pete didn’t give an exact timeframe for when the big day will go down, he did say that they’re working on it and “have a game plan”.
You can listen to the full episode here.