I'm cranky like nobody understands me
White tee, dagger in the back, nothing fancy
Alienation frustrates Aes, and he feels constantly betrayed, hence the dagger in his back.
NOTE! He’s also playing on the idea of being beautifully self-pitying here. He’s saying that being betrayed is nothing new at all—it is in fact par for the course.
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