Happy Halloween! And Happy Birthday to Frank Iero, my second favorite guitar player (My first is Ray Toro). He turns 32 today which is young for age since he has three kids. But I love him so much that I dressed up like him. So I hope you like my costumes; I was playing "Dress-Up" a little bit since I'm too old to go trick-or-treating.
Miley Cyrus from "Wrecking Ball"!
Gerard Way from 2004-05
French Maid (Worst costume yet...)
Girly superhero (I think I wore my mask upside down. Oh, well!)
One time, long ago, there was a young boy named Robert. He was very shy. He didn’t have any friends and he lived in a big house with his parents in a desolated area. Since buses would never come near his home, Robert would walk miles to his school. One day, Robert’s father bought him a blank journal so he can write his feelings anytime he wanted to. So every day, when Robert would walk home from school, he would stop by a tall, desolated tree near his house and sit under it to write down his thoughts and feelings in his journal. But one night, there was a thunderstorm. The winds were violent and the rain came down heavy and harsh. Robert still sat under his tree, writing in his journal. No matter how smudged the words written in the journal had gotten, Robert had to write down his day. But the thunder became louder and brighter and the wind was blowing real hard. Then suddenly, thunder had stricken down near Robert’s tree. And the tree snapped off from the bottom, falling down and crushing Robert dead. After the incident, Robert’s parents didn’t seem to care that much about his disappearance and no one at his school had cared either. But every year, a new tree would grow on the same spot as Robert’s tree — tall or short. And every time a kid, teen or adult would sit under that tree, they would be cursed by Robert’s ghost and tortured every day until something super terrible happens and they end up in a long coma or dead.
Nothing makes me more happier than Panic! At The Disco... and My Chemical Romance. But Panic! At The Disco is the focus. I love this homage to D'Angelo's "Untitled" and I feel that this is better than "Untitled" (Probably because I have a small crush on Brendon Urie and D'Angelo is... mehh). But you have to watch this if you haven't already.