being called weird

I do get hour long interviews in which all the questions are ’why are you so weird ?’, things like that, but I don’t think I’m weird. Everybody sees things from their own viewpoint, and because no two people are the same, that makes everybody weird. It means that what is normal to me is not normal to you, and vice versa, which doesn’t bother me. I’ve got quite comfortable in my own little misunderstood position. I grew up that way, since I was at school, and quickly learnt to turn it to my advantage.

Raw, janvier 1996