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New FOB fans need to learn some damn boundaries!

DO NOT:
-Tell Pete Wentz to fight you.
(He tweeted it makes him uncomfortable because he used to get into fights as a kid)
- TWEET PATRICK ABOUT PETERICK!
(I shouldnt even have to say this. Ships are for the fans not the band members)
- Mention Patricks weight!
(Why the FUCK would you EVER do this bullshit?! He’s been through enough! Let him do what he wants/needs to be comfortable/happy.)
- Reduce Andy to a straight edge, vegan, Crossfit, drummer.
(He is so much more! Please don’t ignore him! Learn as much about him as you would Pete or Patrick)
- MAKE AWFUL COMMENTS ABOUT JOE BEING JEWISH!
(You are not a goddamn nazi group! Get over yourselves! Joe is Jewish. Get over it. He is more than that. And ffs Leave Ruby Out Of It)
- Make fun of any of the FOB kids
(Not Declan, not Ruby, not Saint, not Bronx. None of them. Respect the guys and their families privacy.)
- MAKE FUN OF THE BAND WIVES/GIRLFRIENDS
(I’m including Ashlee in this even tho she is an ex. But Meagan is getting a lot of hate recently that she doesn’t deserve. And don’t attack Patrick or Joes wives either. And if Andy has a gf or ever gets married leave her alone to)

OK SO I THINK THAT’S ALL I HAVE. Feel free to add on if anyone thinks of more.

Pete Wentz Talks Halloween By Pete Wentz

| October 1, 2009 | People

AS A KID growing up in the Midwest, Halloween was a big deal. I’d start working on my costume in June, sometimes creating two so I could trick or treat twice—once with my parents and once with my friends. We went to our church’s haunted house every year, and even though it was always the same show, it was brilliant. I went to the same school as Harold Ramis’ kids, and on Halloween, he would don the old Ghostbusters uniform for us. It was just for that one day—a special occasion.

There are different ways to spend Halloween, depending on your age, of course. Sometimes it’s about dressing up for treats; sometimes it’s about tricks. At a certain age dressing up becomes fun again. One recent Halloween my friend Nate and I dressed up as Ari and Uzi from the movie The Royal Tenenbaums and went to a party at the Chateau Marmont. It was a blast to watch superfamous people in costume. My favorites were Ashton [Kutcher] and Demi [Moore], who dressed as the Chicago Bears (I’m from Chicago). It was totally unexpected and awesome.

Just like costumes, horror movies are synonymous with Halloween, but if you catch me watching one, it’s going to be in bed with my wife [Ashlee Simpson-Wentz]. When we went to see the newHalloween at the Grove movie theater, I was scared to drive home. I made her check the car before I got in. The Hollywood Cemetery has always freaked me out, too. They throw parties on the graves of people who’ve been dead for 60 years. Who wants to order a Red Bull near someone’s remains?

The truth is since moving to LA, I feel a bit like Linus waiting for the Great Pumpkin—I get hyped up, only to be often disappointed. The leaves don’t change color. Kids don’t trick or treat in my neighborhood. Photographers camp out at the pumpkin patches waiting to get a “starsare- just-like-us” moment. This year I plan on taking my son, Bronx, to his first pumpkin patch. I want to let him pick the pumpkin—I just don’t want to do it as a photo op.

But over the years I’ve come to realize Hollywood actually has an important aspect of this holiday at its very core. Every day people dress up as something they are not—whether it’s the Spider-Man on Hollywood Boulevard or the valet at the hotel. They’re all in costume, masquerading as someone else.

This year I plan to bring the Midwest to LA for Halloween. We’re going to make it a big deal. It’s a chance for everyone to escape for a night, when it’s OK to dress up like the villain for a sweet reward. I think we will get Bronx a couple of outfits. And we’ll dress up our dogs, too—they’re all good sports and usually put up with a picture or two. So if you’re in the neighborhood, stop by the Wentz household—we’ll have a bowl of candy waiting for you.

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People Magazine

I know there has been some discussion about People magazine carrying the breakup story, and I’m sorry to continue to bore you with it; but People is pretty big IMO. While they are a gossip magazine they generally have good relationships with celebrities. They get huge stories and are willing to pay big bucks for them. For example:

WEDDINGS
- George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin
Price not yet released

- Kim K. $1 million for wedding $300,000 for engagement

- Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz
$1 million

- Britney Spears and Kevin Federline
$1 million

- Anna Nicole Smith and Howard K. Stern $1 million

- Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon
$2 million

- Ellen Degeneres and Portia De Rossi
Unsure of price

PREGNANCY/BIRTHS/ADOPTION

- Nicole Richie’s first daughter $1 million

- Christina Aquilera’s first son
$1.5 million

- Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt $500,000 for her pregnancy pics $2 million for the adoption of Pax $4.1 million for first pics of John and $14 million for pics of the twins

- Jennifer Lopez twins $6 million

EXCLUSIVE COMING OUT INTERVIEWS

- Clay Aiken $500,000

- Joel Grey no price

- Neil Patrick Harris no price

- Ty Herndon no price

I am interested in why they picked up the break up of a boy band member with a non famous girlfriend. The one who isn’t even the face of the band. First article 1D related since H*ylor. Not only did they pick it up they have also managed to not mention the pool party or the pics from the pool party so far. I am wondering to what extent People will be used in the future.