Imagine Brendon talking about Panic’s new album and how you, his girlfriend, were the inspiration for it.
“Well, yes it’s called ‘Death of a Bachelor’ and- and it represents the ending of an era. I mean not just for the group but mostly us as people and- and especially me”
“Oh well-” he laughed awkwardly “-it was pretty inspired by my- by my girlfriend, (Y/n) as you all know, and it kinda represents how the times of me getting drunk off my ass and partying till very early morning are over- Or sort of. I still do get drunk but I know know I will have her there ready to take care of me”
“Oh how sweet!”
“Yeah. It is kinda like the death of a bachelor because those times are over for me and now there is a new life, I hope, coming a-and, you know, even if it is not official yet I am hoping - to put it in term of music - to ‘put a ring on it’ soon!” he laughed and cheers were heard.
“Wow are you trying to say something to her Brendon?”
“Through TV, I don’t know. But now I am kinda hoping she’s not watching cause she won’t stop teasing me about it later!”
You’re in a damn theatre you act like you’re in a theatre.
You don’t fucking scream when people come out, yes its okay to applause but the way Raquel made it out to be in her tweet that wasn’t the case.
Also side note: when you stage door and a barricade it up usually the people right in front of the barricade and the people right behind them are going to be the only ones to meet the cast. If you’re not there, it’s not worth staying.
If you go with the mind set that its a concert don’t fucking go at all.
Brendon deserves an authentic Broadway experience away from it being a concert.