(Jonne aaron speaks about his operation of appendix)
I was supposed to have this show with Negative in Mexico and just a few days before that, when I was staying at home for one week, I had a terrible pain in my tummy. I was like, “It’s gonna go away, it’s nothing serious”, I just tried to bear it. But then I couldn’t stand it, I went to the hospital and they sent me back home. They were like, “Go home and take some pills”… And they did it three times. It was the third time when they took me in and they were like, “Oh my God”. I was taken to the surgery immediately… But anyway, after I got to the hospital, I stayed there for two weeks and I didn’t have any shaving things with me. I got used to it, because for one week I was so weak that I had to wear these… like “Pampers”, you know what I mean. I went to the toilet in the hospital and I was so weak after the surgery… It was so painful, the wound, and I was lying in bed and I had this, you know, remote control. When I had to go to the toilet, I was like… (shows how the bed slowly moves him from a lying to a seating position and imitates the sound it makes) - it took like forever. And when I was in this position I had to get myself up and it took like… I even don’t know how long. Then I had to walk by myself and the nearest toilet in the hospital was like behind that corner and 12 meters that way and it felt like it was the longest road ever to walk. I was like, “Oh my God, I’m gonna shit my pants”. And when I got back I had to go there again almost immediately because of the hard medicine… I did it five times in a row – I went to the bed and was like “zzzzz” again and then “oh my God” – zzzzz! – “I need to go back”. After that I stepped out of the toilet and I saw this little box on the wall and it was saying like “Pampers”. And I was like, “hmmmm”… Thinking like Homer Jay Simpson with this know, cartoon idea: me lying in a bed wearing a diaper. And I didn’t care! But anyhow, after that kind of experience, my mustache is just a tiny thing in my universum. I’m kind of proud of it. You know, it’s growing so fast, and for the last two years I had to shave it before every show. If we had a show each day, five days in a row, I had to shave it every day, and my skin got dry and stuff like that. Even though I shaved it the crew members of Negative were like, “Oh, you’re having a mustache” and I was like, “No, I’ve just shaved it”, but it didn’t help. If I’m shaving it in the morning, then next morning I have it right there again. My inner Freddie Mercury is coming out.
-Well, first of all, looking at you I want to ask you, what happened to that glam-boy we used to know? Seems like you’re trying to look older and more masculine now.
Oh, maybe it’s because of my mustache. I don’t know… Actually, I was pretty sure that I’m gonna die at 27. This old cliché, you know. Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain, Jim Morrison and so on, they all died at the age of 27.