Fall Out Boy - Pax Am Days release show.
November 29th, 2013. Metro, Chicago, IL.
And as the fragments of my skull begin to fall,
fall on your tongue like pixie dust,
just think happy thoughts and we’ll fly home.
*starts crying* i just really like mashed potatoes
i suggest jeans and a zip up hoodie that’s a little bit too big for you. lots of cuddle room when youre cold, and easily removable when youre hot
that sounds perfect, thank you so much!
hey i need some advice!!! i live in texas and it’s usually pretty warm out all the time so i dont have to deal with like cold weather and concerts but im seeing the story so far on thursday but it’s gonna be like 40 degrees outside. how do i dress so i dont freeze outside but i dont get heat stroke inside the venue??? thank u in advance friends
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They are going to put sunglasses on Joe and it will turn into Weekend At Pete Rose’s part two
"So, I make it a point not to read reviews. It’s kind of pointless. But I stumbled upon one about the Pax-AM Days that we just put out. And it was fine, you know, it was a bad review. And you get those and that’s totally cool and I have no problem getting a bad review but I do have a problem… [Pete: It’s not fucking cool] Whatever, I’m not gonna Kanye it. But I’m gonna say one thing this guy said in this review when he got to me was, he said, first off that I don’t believe in what I’m singing. Which, say you don’t like it, say the music isn’t good, say whatever you think, but don’t try to tell me I don’t believe in this. And, number two, he said something about “The punk rock scene is very inclusive and unfortunately it lets in a lot of riff-raff.” And it’s all riff-raff, we are the riff-raff! So, I wanted to say, and I’m the polite guy so I won’t say it out loud, that… [Andy: FUCK YOU]”