Who would have thought jay and Carlos would be such bad liars. Like you’re telling me that at least half of what most considered the most feared villain kid gang on the isle (before they left) can’t even lie about their friends whereabouts (camping? seriously? even i can cover for a friend better than that) and the waffle hut lie makes sense but the delivery was awful. And lets not even get started on the fact they couldn’t even come up for a lie about the wand, like seriously, you could have said it was a prop for a play or a replica for a school project etc…
Jay: “You off making googly eyes at y/n again?” Chad: “Stop it, I was not staring at them.” Ben: “I’m a witness to what Jay saw, you were definitely staring. Don’t worry I won’t tell anyone, Jay on the other hand.” Jay: “Oh, I’m not going to stop teasing you about this for a while.”
Spoiler Warning: So much like my review for the first Descendants movie and because this isn’t a big cinematic blockbuster I’m only doing the one review which will include spoiler content. I am creating this review two days after the movie hit the small screens of America so if you still haven’t seen it overseas or haven’t been able to find it online anywhere else then don’t read on.
Happy birthday to long time Independent team rider and JFA front man Brian Brannon (@brianjfa); master of 215s, slasher of grinds, and one of the nicest punks you’ll ever meet. | 📷 Michael Cornelius (original JFA bassist)
“Coffin Pool. Paradise Valley, AZ. 1986. My buddy Chad Stewart waited four years for the old lady who lived their to die so we could hit it. And yes the pool was shaped like a coffin. Chad Stewart played bass in another band I was in called Racer X. Funny how [the story] involves two bass players.”