I automatically assume everyone finds me unattractive until they tell me otherwise.
And then i assume that they are lying to make fun of me
"I would have loved a character like Rae on TV when I was growing up. Someone who doesn’t fit in a box, yet has friends who like her for her. Yes, she’s funny, but she’s also very smart and quick. And she struggles, but she shows us that it’s OK to struggle. I don’t think in 25 years I have seen someone on telly go, ‘You know what? It’s OK not to be OK all the time’. It shows you don’t have to live your life a certain way or look a certain way to have a great life."
Sharon Rooney by David Vintiner for The Independent Magazine
Godrich: This particular artwork is, like, 17 feet long, isn’t it?Yorke: Yeah. He had an exhibition where they had to build a bent wall to fit it into the room! It took him a long time to make.Godrich: What actually happened was he was like, “How close are you to finishing the album? Because I’ve got three feet to go!” [Everyone laughs] And we were like, “It’s going to be done in a couple of days,” and he was like, “Oh fuck!”Yorke: And then we were another six months late! Poor chap.
You think the dead we loved truly ever leave us? You think that we don’t recall them more clearly in times of great trouble?
finally watched the rest of my mad fat diary and loved the ending despite of the oh so cheesy wonderwall. i think mmfd was a great reminder of how basic these kinds of human feelings in fact are and how you should handle them. it feels great to go and keep searching for my identity and self-confidence with this experience. who the hell ever says tv shows don’t teach you a shit is so wrong.