"Regret is a sign of weakness. Oh, and girls have cooties."

Interviewer: Ever gotten lucky on a beach?

Mikey: I found a $20 bill once.

Interviewer: Would you ever rock a Speedo?

Mikey: If someone put a shotgun to my head.

Interviewer: Ever have a regrettable summer hookup?

Mikey: Regret is a sign of weakness. Oh, and girls have cooties.

Interviewer: What’s your favourite ice-cream truck song?

Mikey: The Godfather theme. Yes, in Jersey, many an ice-cream truck played the Godfather theme.

Interviewer: How do you keep your makeup from running onstage when you get sweaty?

Mikey: I don’t. At the show we played tonight, eyeliner and sweat streamed into my eye and I was partially blinded.

Interviewer: Ever do socks with sandals?

Mikey: You wouldn’t catch my cold dead body with sandals on.

Interviewer: Is there a body part you hide during the summer?

Mikey: All of them.

littleredchucks:

The Burning Giraffe - Salvador Dali - 1937.
Noel Fielding has mentioned this painting a couple of times as something that really influenced him so I thought I’d share the copy of it in my surrealism art book.

littleredchucks:

The Burning Giraffe - Salvador Dali - 1937.

Noel Fielding has mentioned this painting a couple of times as something that really influenced him so I thought I’d share the copy of it in my surrealism art book.

(via bythepowerof-topshop)

"People said “You must be mad, or on drugs,” which I found a bit disappointing. What about imagination? It reflects our time that people sooner assume you’re on drugs or mad, rather than free."
- Noel Fielding for The Guardian (via sand-groper)
"But, Noel Fielding is a very fine performer. I think he’s one of the few performers who could probably take almost any substance and still perform to a very high standard. He’s very sharp and quick witted. I think you could probably put him in an oxygen tent with a burning tyre, leave him in it for about an hour, then kick him onto the stage at the Palladium and he’d do you a perfectly good hour. For all I know, that’s part of his preparation."
- Russell Brand  (via heartrachel)