I’m not going to change the way I look or the way I feel to conform to anything. I’ve always been a freak. So I’ve been a freak all my life and I have to live with that, you know. I’m one of those people.
-[My wife] played the Doctor’s daughter. -Okay. So you married your- -Which, strictly speaking, she was playing my daughter, but it’s not as creepy as it sounds because I was playing a 900 and something year old alien who didn’t look a day over 35.
“There is a difference between getting a partner and attracting a partner. Getting implies that our hooks work; attracting means that our light is bright and appears like a beacon to one who is meant to see it.
When we attract love by an intensified connection to the spirit inside, we take responsibility for the energy around us, harmonizing it in such a way that those who come forward—who we sense are meant to be with us—connect with us out of similarly pure intent.” - Marianne Williamson
Okay apparently not enough of you saw Panic before the split or were just little tiny ones back then but ok. Enough complaining about the out of control theatrics
Seeing them all on stage after Pretty Odd. with like, Brendon being SUPER into it and Spencer just like rocking out with his cock out and then
Brendon going over to Ryan and Jon and just seeing him try SO HARD to rebuild some chemistry with them onstage and then them either ignoring it or looking at him weird It was awkward.
It was so sad because leaving the venue I kinda wished I hadn’t even gone because they all seemed miserable by the end of the set, and not just like a surly-artist manner but like they seemed exhausted by the collective effort of trying to make this shit work
And like yeah I don’t blame some of you- yeah it is a little awkward [not to me] sometimes but look at how much fun the’re having this is their job and they’re doing their job WHILE having fun and being weird.
That is my problem. I just remembered how sad and awkward it was seeing them all tense and the shows of theirs I went to this year they are just so boyish and excitable and weird just think at least they are giving you something to talk about instead of leaving being like ‘what was that did I even just watch a band?’
I don’t care if you don’t think my “small” boobs are attractive.
I don’t care if my hairy legs and hairy armpits “offend” you.
I don’t care of you think I wear “too much” make-up.
I don’t care of you think my acne is “ugly”.
I don’t care if you think the folds and wrinkles I have are “gross”.
You’re never going to please everyone. Not even yourself. Some days you’re going to wake up and hate your body and your face and just want to change every single thing about it. But what’s important are the days you wake up and feel like you can show yourself around. Show the world what you’re made of. If you gain confidence on the outside, you’ll be radiating the beauty that’s on the inside. Don’t let ANYONE put you down for your appearance. Everyone was made different for a reason.