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06 July 2007 @ 09:42 am
I hate being a grownup.  
I want to go to London in September. It's for a stupid reason, but I WANNA. I can't afford it, but I WANNA. I shouldn't be using a free plane ticket for something like this, but I WANNA.

I WANNA GO I WANNA GO I WANNA GO!!!!!!

But I won't.

/tantrum post
 
 
I feel: embarrassedpouty
 
 
 
Vicki: Jared - This is who I really am.hermorrine on July 6th, 2007 03:47 pm (UTC)
*snickers* SO teenage boy to write a song about his car. I never saw the show on TV (it's not my sort of TV show AT ALL, which is part of the reason I'm mostly avoiding watching it, even on youtube)... I think I might've seen Camp Wilder on TV - I saw a bit of that on youtube as well and have a vague recollection, but I'm not certain... not that it actually matters. It's just weird.

He actually denies that his nose was broken in El Paso now, and he says what happened is that he ran into a pole - not that fans hit him. He is absolutely, positively out of his mind - he climbs scaffolding, barricades, crowdsurfs, falls backwards into the pits... you've seen that one vid where someone's grabbing him in the crowd and he hits them with the microphone, haven't you? It's hilarious, but sheesh. I swear, he must be the most hated man by security staff the world over - not to mention his management, record label, and everyone else who have to worry about him ending up hurting himself with one of these stunts. :P
I want to be a genetic dead end.: 30stm: I finally found myselfshakespearechic on July 7th, 2007 01:30 pm (UTC)
Haha, so true. You know, I might believe the thing about him breaking his nose because, frankly, the next night, it looked perfectly fine - not bruised or anything. Still. CRAZY. And I KNOW security must dread him. He runs up with just them around him. When the two members of Fall Out Boy ran up in the crowd and performed a song they had the security people plus barriers set up in the aisle - so you couldn't actually get right up to them.