Early history[ edit ] As a senior in high school, Jack Gillis as he was then known ,  met Meg White at the Memphis Smoke—the restaurant where she worked and where he would read his poetry at " open mic " nights. In Jack's words, "When she started to play drums with me, just on a lark, it felt liberating and refreshing. There was something in it that opened me up. Meg loves peppermints, and we were going to call ourselves The Peppermints. But since our last name was White, we decided to call it "The White Stripes". It revolved around this childish idea, the ideas kids have—because they are so much better than adult ideas, right?
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