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.
But when Superintendent Tom De Longe decides the Arts and Music budgets are going to be cut to pay for an unnecessary new football field, Principle Billie Joe Armstrong and his staff aren't just going to sit back and let their funding go. October of his Senior year, Ryan was far more focused on his friend’s upcoming Halloween party than any pending college application. "Be clearly aware of the stars and infinity on high.
His friends always suggested drinking to resolve his curious behavior at crowded social functions, but they don't know the drunken man waiting in the dining room of Ryan’s home every evening. Then life seems almost enchanted after all." Fall Out Boy was never an ordinary band, never made of ordinary humans. Andy Hurley is a half-vampire that retains his morals by only drinking from the willing.
See this flowchart of Bandom interconnections, created by wistfuljane as part of the comprehensive Subset Bandom Connection primer: Many of the band members have been in bands prior to their current ones and those bands are rather notable within Bandom, including Pencey Prep, Midtown, and 504Plan.
Your song implies that a man is able to change this good/bad girl distinction, presumably with his penis, or tongue or whatever?They don't have a clue, and Ryan vowed after his mother’s death that they never would. Joe Trohman is a werewolf and the most powerful pack leader in the world. please read this, y'all have no idea how long this is taking and it's my favorite fanfic i've ever written. Detective Brendon Urie is called to Las Vegas to work on a case.Once someone died with his secrets, why dig them up? You see, nobody really talks about the thing that's consuming the youth and wreaking havoc in the high school. Pete Wentz is an incredibly powerful fae with the power of charmspeak. But after a hugely successful sophomore album and their defeat of a prince of hell (better known for his rock band: The Killers) Fall Out Boy is attracting a lot of attention, human and magical, and someone very powerful has their eyes on the band. There he meets his new partner, Detective Ryan Ross.But when Superintendent Tom De Longe decides the Arts and Music budgets are going to be cut to pay for an unnecessary new football field, Principle Billie Joe Armstrong and his staff aren't just going to sit back and let their funding go. I'm trying to make it as realistic as possible (except let's pretend Fr*rard is real- which it 100% is not, I just enjoy writing this pairing). Please enjoy and stay along for the ride xo Disclaimer: I do not own any of the characters in this story and none of this is exactly how it happened in real life. Pete loved his pale skin unmarked by anything and his soft strawberry blonde hair and big blue eyes.The story begins in September 2001, at MCR's inception. He was short and curvy but that was expected for an omega and he was so kind.© October of his Senior year, Ryan was far more focused on his friend’s upcoming Halloween party than any pending college application.