The Strokes were never exactly known for their innovative lyrics, but once in a blue moon frontman Julian Casablancas likes to toss out some deep thoughts on Twitter.
In 2014 he shared his opinions on brunch in a lengthy Twitter thread, and though he’s kept pretty lowkey the past few years, this week he’s been going off on brand names and throw-up scenes in movies after giving an interview with Vulture where he talked politics and authenticity in art. Fans have been excited to get some non-promotional content from the singer, but one tweet in particular has sparked a lot of conversation.
What percentage of people, Casablancas wonders, are “normal”?
what % of people exactly are "normal" ?
— Julian Casablancas (@Casablancas_J) March 11, 2018
It’s the same question posed by many a high school essay about The Catcher in the Rye, and Casablancas’ fans couldn’t help but reply by making fun of him. A lot of people offered some important charts and statistics:
— Salvor Hardin (@elReplicant) March 11, 2018
— Kacang Pool (@muklis_AG) March 11, 2018
— chris (@JesusBallantyne) March 11, 2018
Normal people? On twitter? pic.twitter.com/FbDbXOBYOx
— Carito (@nowhere_paul) March 11, 2018
While others were reminded of a certain Jughead speech from Riverdale:
Julian right now: pic.twitter.com/i8VowtWsLY
— ur best canadian girl (@its_alex_binch) March 11, 2018
— kendall (@knedlal) March 11, 2018
Who knows, maybe Casablancas will publish the findings of this social research.
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