We pissed everyone off. We liked the idea of antagonism. We were really petty, as well, which is okay when you’re young and full of spite, and we did have huge chips on our shoulders. I remember we had a big discussion and we thought, if we’re going to mainline into popular culture we’ve got to go big on everything. Which meant that some people did laugh at us, but that just gave us more energy. Which doesn’t happen these days: I don’t think anyone actively likes being hated today. It’s this morass where everyone has to feel really popular all the time. It’s deeply unhealthy. — Nicky Wire, 2013. (via prologue-to-history)
feeling really weighed down, too many things, 3 boxes of clothes, 2 boxes of cds, all of it soon to be thrown out. it’s all a whole lot of whatever. nothing really feels important anymore. i don’t know.