“In Bloom”, surely, rather than “Come As You Are”? “And he’s the one who likes all our pretty songs, and he likes to sing along and he likes to shoot his gun, but he knows not what it means,” and so forth. I have to say I’m perversely impressed at his recording that before he turned megafamous, for an album he thought would just sell in small amounts. So popularity itself need not be the overarching factor for feeling annoyed. ;-)

As it is, isn’t any sort of trashing of the fans more like an attempt to bond them closer? “We can all laugh together. Feel superior to the fans who annoy me by being one who doesn’t. Please buy more records. Thank you, drive through.”