My parents are buying my sister a VIP ticket to apocalyptour through her friend who has an extra ticket.
I hate that my parents just throw money at her and I have to sit over here, HUGE MAJOR STARKID FAN BEFORE MY SISTER WAS, and flounder in my inability to keep the money I earn in my bank account because of bills. And I have 2 jobs.
I think I give up.
I was avoiding my reading between classes and I happened upon the video. I instantly fell in love with the show and became an automatic Starkid.
We’re quoting it back and forth on Facebook.
No freaking regrets.
Everything is Starkid and nothing hurts.
I MIGHT DIE. I WANT THEM SO BADLY BUT I HAVE NO MONEYS.
"My thing with the StarKid fans, and I’ll probably tweet about this, is that a lot of them feel very mixed feelings about “Glee” because they’re like, “Oh no, now everyone is only going to pay attention to this Darren because of this ‘Glee’ show and we’ve known him for a while.” It’s the same way, I mean we hear a band or something and then you feel kind of possessed about it and then they hit the big time and you feel like I liked them before everybody else. My whole thing is that I am not going anywhere. I still love and am appreciative of all support, who am I to pick and choose, this is not a competition as to who is more important. Who am I, I’m just some dude who got a little lucky. Any message to my fans would be thank you for the support, I really hope you don’t turn on me, unless I do something terrible God forbid. If I have any fans that are upset or perturbed about anything I have done I hope it’s for a good reason and not because I am on a mainstream show now. I hope that they can look at it as a good thing and as a positive event."
— Darren Criss (via fuckyeahklaine)
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Oh goodness I don’t think he could get any more adorable. Tis impossible. Instantly retweeted it haha.
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