men in the twenties

  • boy: falls out
  • disco: gets panicked at
  • direction: is singular
  • dragons: are imagined
  • summer: lasts five seconds
  • sirens: being slept with
  • vampires: on the weekend
  • pilot: multiplied by twenty one
  • moon: walked on
  • cities: are capital
  • authors: are american
  • monsters: of themselves and men
  • day: is green
  • my chemical romance: breaks up

Do you ever have those songs that you’ve listened to so many times that all they become are songs. But one day, out of no where, all the emotions you felt the first time you heard them overwhelm you. And sometimes you struggle to identify what emotion it actually is

friend: who’s that band person with dark hair and i think eyeliner that you like?

could you

could you be 

a little more

could you be a little more specific please

renaming bands

anxiety at the disco

half a minute to mars

green 24 hours

my chemical romantic attraction

fast eye closure 182

pierce the bridal headgear

downward gravitational pull out boy

of small rodents and human males

twenty one plane flyers

five seconds of the hot season

a psa.

I know this has probably been said on here many times before, but I don’t care and I’m going to say it again. Don’t pick on kids/teens who go to concerts with their parent/guardian. Some of them aren’t allowed to go by themselves, some may not be able to drive themselves to the show, or some of those kids may have the same taste in music as their guardian, etc… It’s none of your business whether someone is with a parent/guardian or not anyways. It is 100% perfectly fine to go to a concert with a guardian. (shoutout to my awesome mom who has gone to 20+ concerts with me, and still is willing to take me to more) So I guess the moral of this post is, 1: no one should feel embarrassed about going to concerts with a parent, and 2: Who cares who you’re going to a concert with, as long as you are having fun.