Today we are talking about Friendship. Friendship and Twenty One Pilots (Both topics I am absolutely sure I will write about again at some point.)
So some of you may know, (or a lot of you, they have gotten a lot more popular recently) but Twenty One Pilots is an amazing band with two best friends making up the group. (Two not Twenty One, sadly. Two)
There are so many things to say about these two wonderful Human Beings. One being that they make some amazing music. And two being that just by watching a few interviews you can really see just how close these two are.
I mean really. Just watch a few of these things. Get them together, shoot, get them alone even! So, basically, it’s apparent.
Friends, you can be yourself around. Friends, you can be goofy and silly and plain out childish. And know they won’t leave you because at this point you’re stuck together.
These two have made it far beyond casual friends and to the realm of Full fledged BFFs.
That realm is one that is hard to explain. On one side you have the fact that you’re so comfortable around each other that you can be mistaken as a couple, the fact that you can understand each other and still keep everyone else in the room in the dark, and just this amount of loyalty that practically nothing can get between.
Just by watching Tyler and Josh you can see that this is something they, for sure, have. And then even beyond all that adorable, playful, friendship stuff you can see they’re really there for each other.
Just watch them. One will step forward when it’s obvious (or even not so obvious. Honestly, I’m sure a lot of people miss it) that the other feels cornered or anxious in an interview.
And you don’t even have to watch the interviews to see how close these guys are! Look at their live shows!
Though I could go on forever about these two and the marvelous band, this post is about more than just them.
*Pay attention- Important Part*
Their music is also a reason I have made some of the friends I have now.
To an extent “Fangirling” has gotten me people now I am very close to, and even more I hope to grow closer to.
Me and Adriana G. made a group for fangirling over these dudes and their music. And just from that we’ve grown to a little almost community. Something I hope The Fandom Studio can do.
Because talking about what you love can be more than talking about how cool or awesome something is, but why it means something to you. And knowing what someone loves can show you so much about them.
So go Fanpeople! Continue to be amazing fans of things. Talk about what you love! Make connections!
And this Christmas, don’t forget to be thankful for friendship. (and fangirl/boy-ing)