dancealonetothebeatofyourheart asked: Add me to the shippers list *sobs*
sure thing sunshine dont be sad
put another “x” on the calendar. summer is on its deathbed. there is simply nothing worse than knowing the ending- that no matter what curve balls or uphill come your way- it still turns out the same.
sinkin-gapologies asked: Can I be added to your list of Pikey shippers? :3 Dude, OTP.
ya sure man the more the better
pikey will take over i swear
bang the doldrums more like bang mikey way and write a song about it
okay i updated my pikey reclist (here -> /pikeystuff) this means a new fic okay so just look for those because it’s getting really massive
and now i’m off to bed goodnight peeps
Well hey there, Mr Cheesy.
You like it.
Ah, you know me so well.
Sheesh, get married already.
Kids these days.
Brothers these days.
Don’t make me tackle you, lanky.
Hey hey hey. Calm down, you two. Don’t make me tackle your tall asses.
dO NOT ROLEPLAY ON OTHER PEOPLE’S POSTS OH MY GODD GO AWAY
LOOK MIKEY HAS FUCKED WRITTEN ON HIS ARM AGAIN OHMAN THIS IS AWESOME MIKEY YOU SLEAZE
Bonus Track: G.I.N.A.S.F.S. (Gay Is Not A Synonym For Shitty)
WHERE DO I EVEN START WITH THIS SONG.
I guess the most appropriate way to start explaining this song is to say that “baby blue” refers to a girl, usually a young girl, and “wide-eyed brown” refers to a man.
“I loved everything about you that hurt/So let me see your moves, let me see your moves/Lips pressed close to mine/True blue/But the prince of any falling empire knows/That everybody wants, everybody wants/To drive on through the night if it’s the drive back home”.
Okay so, what hits me in the first verse is talk of “the drive back home”, because it sounds like it’s referencing the end of Warped Tour, and all the bands driving home. Also, “falling empire” could refer to Pete and Mikey’s relationship, which would mean this verse is basically saying they were kind of torn apart by the end of Warped, which is generally an accepted idea in the fandom.
“Things aren’t the same anymore/Some nights it gets so bad/He almost picked up the phone”
PETE DIDN’T EVEN CHANGE THE PRONOUNS FOR THIS ONE WOW
“Trade baby blues for wide-eyed browns/And sleep with your old shirts/And walk through this house in your shoes/I know it’s strange/It’s a strange way of saying that I know I’m supposed to love you/I’m supposed to love you”
With this verse he’s saying that he’s trading girls for guys. It’s also being said that he’s in love with someone, but it appears to be someone he’s lost.
“I’ve already given up on myself twice/Third time is the charm, third time is the charm/Threw caution to the wind but I’ve got a lousy arm/And I traced your shadows on the wall/Now I kiss them whenever I’m down, whenever I’m down/Figure I’m not figuring myself out”
“Threw caution to the wind but I’ve got a lousy arm” says to me that Pete really tried to let go of his anxieties and insecurities about the relationship but didn’t manage to, and was angry with himself (hence the first two lines). I interpret the last line as Pete admitting that he’s not being honest about how he feels about Mikey or about who he really is.
“Born under a bad sign/You saved my life/That night on the roof of your hotel/Cross my heart and hope to die/Splinter from the headboard in my eye/Thought about kisses I remember so well”
The bridge is basically just “You’re important to me and I miss you.”
So yeah, this song is about Pete missing someone he loves and blaming himself for losing them. In my mind, it’s definitely about Mikey.