BREAKING: Kristen somehow manages to be at the park and on her bed at the same time.
Breaking: I’m also blaring shape of you by ed sheeran. And I always pull a Kristen
BREAKING: I’m sitting on my couch, Home Alone, music blasting, talking to strangers on the internet while I’m supposed to be doing school… I’ve become on of those teens…
BREAKING: MASON PULLS A KRISTEN!
BREAKING: MASON PROBABLY ALSO PULLS A MASON, SINCE HE’S PRESUMABLY LISTENING TO TWENTY ONE PILOTS.
Breaking: Mason went in to edit it but it was too late…
Breaking: mason sounds a lot like olive
BREAKING: CARROT SEES ALL.
Breaking: Carrot is a mind reader and is able to figure out what music I’m blasting… Even though right now the song is from No Phun Intended, which TECHNICALLY isn’t tøp, but basically is…
BREAKING: Carrot disappears again.
Breaking: I should be blaring tøp, but we aren’t
AAANND WHEN YOUR FATHER TURNS TO STONE, WILL YOU TAKE CARE OF ME
IIIIII WIIIILLLLLLL MMAAAAKKKEEE YOOUUUUU QUUEEEEEENNN OOFFFF EEEEVVVEEERRYYYYTHII… I’m sorry, did you say something Kristen?
“Mason pulls a kristen”, Kristen says while also pulling a kristen.
BREAKING: Carrot is back again.
BREAKING: Good gravy, that music video is disturbing.
BREAKING: Carrot watches House Of Gold MV without good context, fatal mistake…
Yes, it’s really weird, but when you look at the meaning behind it it makes perfect sense…
BREAKING: Carrot is terrible at figuring out the meanings behind songs.
Nah, a lot of people don’t… I had to actually look for it and it made WAY more sense…
Basically, it’s a song to his mom/family, and it was written right around when they started getting bigger and more famous. The significance of them being cut in half is that Tyler and Josh really want to pursue this career and tour, but he also doesn’t want to leave his family… That’s kinda the TL;DR version
BREAKING: Carrot says “oh, okay, that makes sense.”
The More You Know
BREAKING: MASON SHOCKINGLY SAYS SOMETHING THAT ISN’T A TWENTY ONE PILOTS REFERENCE!
Breaking: the first time I saw the house of gold music video, I think I actually cried. It was the first time I understood what they are.
You see, I was one of those, I only liked stressed out and didn’t like any of the other songs. My sister was a die hard tøp fan since we first heard them. So sue blared it often.
I dislike loud music a lot, and found them to be “emo” (which I also dislike). But one day, for some strange reason, I downloaded all the songs available on amazon prime music. I started at Blurryface, it was cool. I watched the music videos for a few videos, and stumbled upon house of gold. After watching the video, everything made sense about them. How their songs have such deep meaning, and I was only on the surface.
I spent the next few days just sitting in a dark room and listening to the songs…only truly hearing the lyrics for the first time. It was emotional. Tyjo screaming in Goner. Ode to sleep. It just all hit me like a truck.
Now, I am not an emotional person. I don’t cry in front of others, it makes me feel weak. I don’t cry much at all, I just don’t like it. But oh did I cry.
Then, I listened to their self titled album. It made me hooked on them. Its my favorite album by far, much more the type of music I like (although I love everything they make)…it’s much more…me.
Ok, done going off about the smol beans. Ignore any grammar mistakes or anything.
Breaking: how Kristen grew to love tøp part 2: if it wasn’t for my sister loving them and blaring them often, and a video where Ryan mentioned migraine (when he mentioned it, I was currently going through blurryface, so I hadn’t discovered vessel yet, but it quickly became my favorite tøp song for the time being), I wouldn’t like tøp.
There are a ton of people that can say, “tøp saved my life”, I’m not one of those, but…tøp…they helped me open my eyes. Get out of my comfort zone. I also learned that someone who screams a lot about how quiet is violent, can sing, “I can’t help falling in love with you” while playing ukulele, and give me goosebumps.
Whether it’s the screaming in goner, their cover of cancer (I can’t get through the whole song, I have to stop it, so I’ve never heard it all the way through), or tyjo’s cover of Elvis, I get goosebumps. They are raw. They are real. They are amazing.
“A kitchen sink to you is not a kitchen sink to me, frien”
BREAKING: I have nothing profitable to say. Umm… I like Zelda?
BREAKING: Brooke only stopped in for a minute, but where should she start listening to Twenty One Pilots? (Are capital letters right? I know some people are very particular about the name, and I know it isn’t 21 Pilots)
Breaking: start with the album “twenty one pilots” or “vessel”, it’ll be the best place to start, storywise. Their self titled album is softer and the meaning behind the songs are very easily seen. You can call them whatever, tøp is most common in my opinion
Breaking: I think even Carrot would like their self titled album. But it’s my favorite album, so I may be biased.
Isle of flightless birds
March to the sea
Addict with a pen
Those may be the best place to start.
Breaking: Masøn agrees 100% with Kristen’s part 2… They didn’t save my life, but they sure made it a heck of a løt better…
Breaking: they are like chocolate. Yes, you could technically live just fine without ever knowing, but it wouldn’t be as good
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