Well this took absolutely forever. But, after many hours of drawing and extensive research, i bring you an official* list of every color Michael has ever dyed his hair!
if you re-post this I will literally cry because this took forever
“@Michael5SOS: Oh yeah and my hairs purple btw”
come closer one second
okay close enough
i have a simple question: which of us is wearing a crown?
that would be me.
do you know what this crown means?
it means i look fucking cute
and you’re the human embodiment of a sore butt
now as your fucking queen, i royally declare
that i am beautiful and you are a listerine enema
kayleighhhh hi i'm going to my very first concert in a bit (it's a heavier concert) do you have any concert tips?
yes!! most of these tips apply to any concert not just a heavy one;
↳ Dress Appropriately: by appropriately i mean comfortably!! You’re going to be jumping around and moving around a lot, and it gets really really hot at concerts, especially if they’re indoors. So I recommended wearing shorts and a tee/tank-top-seriously, you need breathable, comfortable clothing. Also, make sure you wear good shoes too- preferably running shoes because those are meant for moving around.
↳ Tie Up Long Hair: For the sake of yourself and everyone around you, wear your hair in a braid or ponytail if it’s long and/or frizzy. If you don’t, trust me it will get pulled, of people will get mad at you for having your hair all up in their face.
↳ Don’t Bring Professional Cameras: Generally, no (i repeat no) venue will allow you to bring in cameras with detachable lenses. So stick to using your phone or a digital camera.
↳ Don’t Bring Lots of Stuff: You just need your ticket, some money and phone/camera. If you bring too much stuff they won’t let you in or you will spend your time at the concert making sure you don’t drop anything-which is major boring.
↳ Get There Early: If you have general admission, you want to get there pretty early so you can get right at the barricade/stage, it’s worth it (I lined up for Mayday Parade 7 hours early and still didn’t get right at the barricade). Also, with this in mind, you probably want to bring something to do (and something to drink/eat- just make sure you find a garbage to throw it out in since you can’t bring consumable items into most venues).
↳ Be Careful: With moshing/being pushed around. especially, since you’re going to a heavy concert. If you get panic attacks or faint easily, you need to remove yourself from a moshing area, seriously, no one wants you to go to the hospital. Also, kind of a rule of thumb at concerts, shove or get shoved. You might think I’m joking, but people will not hesitate to physically yank you and take your spot closer to the front, so don’t be afraid to shove them back. And as for crowd surfers- yes we all hate them and think they’re annoying, but try to help them otherwise they might kick you in the head (and it hurts when they do, trust me).
↳ Have Fun: Most importantly!! Just have fun and enjoy the music, make friends and all that! Don’t stress because concerts are the most fun places to be, you’ll never want to leave. Also, prepare yourself, because this will also be your first time experiencing post-concert-depression, and the first time with PCD is the worst!!!
sorry to break it to you all but being a fan of someone is not a competition, in competitions there are losers and winners, but in a fandom there are only losers and it’s all of us