In this 4 chapter special, Pete and Patrick finally, finally, finally get married.(and the same chaos that surrounds the crew of 'Eccentric Times at Barrington High' ensues because...
it's pretty much impossible for Patrick to plan something without everything going wrong) "So the paperwork is all complete and now Frank is officially yours.""Wonderful!
In this context, the term is a portmanteau of bandslash and fandom, though it is understood differently in other fan communities. The term's first use is hard to pinpoint, but it first became popular in early 2007 when a new wave of fans became interested in the bands and their surrounding fandom.
The bands that make up Bandom are all interlinking, usually having developed a relationship through touring together, being on the same record label (specifically Fueled by Ramen/Decaydance), or having band members who were previously in other band together.
I explained your music to a friend as Fair Trade Pop Music, an analogy which you don’t want to over-think, but it made me laugh. If I didn’t enjoy the repetition and the loud noises and the inexplicable! ) I hate to be the one to break this to you Cobra Starship, but, the thing is… Turns out that girls are just a lot more complicated than that.
To try and protect each other from the growing vampire climate of the Windy City, six relative strangers have all gathered in a basement bunker of an old abandoned shirtwaist factory. It's a game of survival, choose a side, but choose wisely. They have to focus all their attention on staying alive and protecting the lives of the innocent. gabey baby : wow(Because there's not enough fics with TAI or CS these days)[None of the characters belong to me, and none of this ever happened.] Gerard writes lyrics on his desk in Algebra. When students start getting taken over by a strange, zombie-like illness, he is forced to team up with Gerard to solve the mystery. He's an emotional manipulator, but doesn't want people to think he's using them. Together they're encountering their most gruesome case yet.
Patrick tries to keep everything (and everyone) together; Gabe lives the most normal life, coming home to three vampires (and dating one); Ryan still doesn't know what he's doing there and how his life has gotten so damn weird; Pete's the oldest amongst them-- in both human years and time on the planet; William is just trying to live as normally as he can, trying to change the definitions of being a vampire; and Brendon is just trying to figure out what it means to be undead. Choose to live on high side of this chaotic life, or choose to try and save it. And, of course, on not falling in love with each other. Now, someone has written the next line of the song. Brendon has a huge crush on a classmate, and can't work up the courage to ask him out. Will they be able to outsmart the magician behind it all, or will they become his final act?
When Pete Wentz (bassist of Fall Out Boy) founded Decaydance Records in 2005, it was an imprint label under Fueled By Ramen - any acts signed to Decaydance Records were also signed to Fueled By Ramen, i.e.
Gym Class Heroes, Panic at the Disco, The Hush Sound, Cobra Starship, The Cab, but the contract between Decaydance Records and Fueled By Ramen has since expired.