literally bawled watching the video

Listen, I know you guys use music, and that’s why you’re here. Josh and I get to use music every day, so I just want you to know that it means the world to us that you use our music to get from one place to the next. So thank you so much for doing that. You know, I see you. It’s not just a one-way street up here where we perform. If you guys weren’t in this room, this would mean nothing. The few, the proud, the emotional. I see you guys.
—  Tyler Joseph before performing Trees on October 11th, 2015 (you can listen to an audio from the concert here)

4 years of the Janoskians? You’ve got to be kidding me!!!

You know, personally, when I joined the fandom about two and a half years ago, I didn’t think much about all of this and it’s really really weird, like, man, did you ever think, when you joined the fandom, that you would cry over them??? But here I was, literally bawling my eyes out while watching this video, and I think it was the moment when I realized that these 5 Melbourne boys mean the world to me. I know - it sounds funny, but this is honestly how I feel. I don’t know what my life would be like right now without them, like going on twitter and talking about them or posting edits on tumblr. It’s become a routine to me, like, it’s become a part of me. I really really really love the Janoskians and I’m really happy for them, for their success, everything they’ve made and achieved in just 4 years - a great fanbase full of amazing people who have become a family to me, such amazing videos that many people watch around the world everyday and they smile because of them, all the fame and they finally proved their haters and the people who doubted them in their early years - that they’re not talented, that they don’t have enough fans to make them successful, that they just can’t do it because they’re stupid because they dropped out of school so early. I’m so glad that I youtubed their name and became a fan of them. They make me so proud. They make me so happy. They make me smile and laugh when I’m sad. I hope that one day my kids find someone in their lives - doesn’t matter who or what - that makes them as happy as the boys made me happy in my teenage years. Honestly, I really love the boys and I can’t imagine myself leaving them ever. They’re so special. One of a kind. They will always have a sepcial place in my heart.

Happy 4th birthday, Janoskians. Here’s to another 4 years!