“Fall Out Boy Is Old.”

Alright, so probably some, maybe most, of you will be offended by this title but I’ll get to that.

So yesterday my math teacher was stuck in a meeting and we had our special guest stars aka one of the Coaches for P.E. downstairs and the band teacher watch over us. By the way, the P.E. coach made interesting observations such as how we were so extremely loud like there was 36 of us yet there ‘s only half that size in our math class. We explained that most of us had known each other forever and that we’re just extremely comfortable with each other at this point that math class ends up just being a giant hangout with education sprinkled in.

After he left, the band teacher took his place which his face began to be filled with disdain when he saw Bight because apparently Bight’s super annoying in Band (not any different than in Math class). Anyways, his laptop began to play the song Uma Thurman by none other than Fall Out Boy. I started bobbing my head to the beat while Daffodil and Poppy looked at me strangely.

“What even is this?” Poppy asked.

“Uma Thurman by Fall Out Boy.” I quickly responded

“Fall Out Boy is old. Super old. Are they all like married in their 30’s and fathers now?” 

“What does marital status and age have to do with talent? And yes they are. Except for Andy…”

“I don’t why you listen to this and things that aren’t mainstream.” 

Apparently, due to the dance in Savannah, my friends also don’t know what Panic! At The Disco is. I’m very disappointed. When your friends don’t know how Alternative/Rock/non-mainstream you are.

Float In The Totally Hipster Cyber Space.

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14 thoughts on ““Fall Out Boy Is Old.”

  1. Ugh people who only care for the popular music.
    Everyone is subject to their own opinions but you shouldn’t judge a band based on their age and looks.

    1. I KNOW FOB IS SO ASDFGHJKLOIUY
      I LOVE THAT SONG SO MUCH ALONG WITH ALL THE SONGS ON SAVE ROCK AND ROLL AND THNKS FR TH MMRS AND THIS AIN’T A SCENE, IT’S AN ARMS RACE

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