By Clark Collis
Updated October 15, 2010 at 05:41 PM EDT

Image Credit: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty ImagesKeith Richards describes his Rolling Stones band mate Mick Jagger as “unbearable” and also critiques the size of his manhood in the guitarist’s autobiography Life, which is published October 26. “It was the beginning of the Eighties when Mick started to become unbearable,” Richards writes in the book, according to the London Times. The guitarist also claims that Jagger’s onetime partner Marianne Faithfull, “had no fun with his tiny todger.” Richards adds, “I know he’s got an enormous pair of b—s – but it doesn’t quite fill the gap.”

Meanwhile, a more rounded depiction of the Jagger-Richards relationship is to be found in the excerpts from Life published in the current Rolling Stone. “I love the man dearly,” Richards writes at one point. “I’m still his mate. But he makes it very difficult to be his friend.”

In an interview with Richards which accompanies the Rolling Stone excerpts, the guitarist says that Jagger has read Life and was “a bit peeved about this and that.” But he also reveals that he and Jagger talked over the summer about the Stones returning to action in 2011.

EW will be reviewing Life at a later date.

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