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The adventures of young Boneparte

Look at my friends baby skeleton. I hope he drinks lots of milk so when he’s drafted into the skeleton war he’s prepared for battle.

HES SO FUCKING CUTE

look what you did you embarassed him:

boneparteblushuuuu

(skeleton war reference)

GIVE ME YOUR SKELETON

I HAVE A MIGHTY NEED


My Chemical Romance announced their breakup on Friday night. They didn’t die in a gunfight or explode with the intensity of a million suns. Instead they just posted a note on their blog and called it a day. What villains were left to face? What demons left to conquer? My Chemical Romance always aimed for the top, but the top no longer exists; all that remains is a vast, niche-y middle. Rock bands don’t want to be big anymore. Hell, if they’re smart they don’t want to be rock bands at all. In that, My Chemical Romance really were “The Kids From Yesterday,” the more or less last song on their more or less best record. “We’ll find you when the sun goes black,” Gerard sang, but I hope it doesn’t take that long for him to reboot. The thing is, I think the music industry needs a skyscraping fabulist like Gerard Way a lot more than he needs the music industry. For now, all I can do is take comfort in the fact that even Batman died once.

(x)

Amen

(via mychemicalpumpkin)

(Quelle: grlbats)

(Quelle: newger-z)


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