Rolling Stone: The Stallion Comes First

Apparently reasonably certain that Owen "The Butterscotch Stallion" Wilson's lawyers have decided not to sue them over what was perhaps the most thinly-veiled blind item of all time, Page Six discusses an upcoming Rolling Stone story in which Wilson shrugs off the public revealing of his signature move (i.e., two hours of "licking the buttocks"):

"It's like, 'Who cares?' " Wilson told Rolling Stone when asked about the item. "I play it as it lays. OK, so I may not be the greatest lover in the world. Well, let's make that angle work. There's lots of different paths to the waterfall. You don't have to be Don Juan. And wasn't it Gloria Steinem who said that women have to be responsible for their own orgasms? Well, I take her at her word. I'll do my best, OK, but at a certain point you've got to, like, you know . . ."

While Wilson's admission that there are "lots of different paths to the waterfall" is surprisingly Zen (we're going to have it printed on a scroll and hang it above our bedroom bonzai garden), women have been warned—if they think can just sit back in the saddle and let The Stallion do all the work, they've—ahem—got another thing coming. But please, be careful. Wilson clearly wants you to take some initiative, but don't risk a spinal injury trying to toss your own salad.

In other Owen Wilson news: A correspondent from Defamer's British entertainment desk informs us that Wilson is also the cover boy of UK mag The Big Issue, in which "Owen Wilson is referred to, in rather large letters, as the 'Butterscotch Stallion.'" Hopefully, a cover scan is forthcoming.