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Are you ever just overwhelmed by the horrifying thought that maybe, nobody ACTUALLY wants you around? And it’s not that you think everyone hates you, but it’s just that you’re not special to anyone? And that its really kind of sucky that you’re about 98% sure that nobody thinks “Wow, I just really like talking to her.” and that you could probably just disappear without anyone caring that much?

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only true 90s kids remember pre split panic


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Panic! At the Disco - Pretty. Odd.

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why did the return of fall out boy mean this going away ???

I don’t usually do this, but I felt moved to answer. And I hope this doesn’t read like an indictment of the original poster because it’s definitely NOT intended to be. This Patrick still exists, obviously. The guy who’s wildly gyrating his hips when he sings about the friction in your jeans is a product of “this.” The guy who’s bantering on stage every night is a product of “this.” He did Soul Punk 100% on his own and after touring that album with the musicians he assembled to support him, he realized sometimes they had better ideas of how things should sound.  And when he pitched a new Fall Out Boy record to Joe, one of the things that got Joe to say yes was Patrick’s insistence that he contribute to the songwriting. I don’t think those things are a coincidence.  ”This” makes SRAR possible.  
I know that what you’re really saying is “why does the return of Fall Out Boy mean this style going away?” And my first reaction was, “Why does packaging matter so much?” But after a moment I realized that it does, and the answer that came to mind inspired me to respond. The reason “this” had to go away is because “this” is Patrick Stump.  But Patrick Stump is not Fall Out Boy.  As they once printed on a t-shirt, Fall Out Boy is a gang and that gang has a uniform. Every tour since Nintendo Fusion in the fall of 2005, they’ve worn coordinating outfits to some degree.  I think it represents the unity of the band.  Because imagine if they took the stage with Joe in a Melvins shirt, Pete in the half-dress/Jon Snow look, Patrick in a tuxedo, and Andy mostly naked (because let’s face it, that never changes).  That would be four individuals on stage playing together. Fall Out Boy is a band.
❝If you cum and she doesn’t…you didn’t fuck her, she fucked you.
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