littlemousling: Photo of Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith with a heart drawn between them (Spencer/Brendon)
I have done victory arms with Panic! at the Disco. My whole life after this point is just a bonus. (KIDDING.)



Getting there )

Meet and Greet! )

Foxy )

PATRICK STUMP IS THE BEST )

Spencer Smith is a hotass )

Overall, it was just a fantastic show. As I found out in Saratoga Springs with MCR, being on the barrier makes shows feel MASSIVELY longer, in a good way, and this was a LONG show anyway (3.5h), so it was just absolutely wonderful. A+++, WOULD SEE AGAIN.
littlemousling: Ian Crawford, with some serious hair (Ian)
Title: Plus One
Pairing: Spencer/Ian, Brendon/Sarah
Rating: Explicit
Summary: When Spencer fills out Brendon and Sarah's wedding RSVP card, he marks that he'll be bringing a date. He doesn't write in a name.
Word Count: 8500
Notable Content: No standard content notes apply.
Notes: [personal profile] isweedan remains my favorite beta ♥

I love a good slow-build romance, and throwing in an established couple and their joyful wedding seemed like a happymaking combo. Hope y'all enjoy!

Oh boys

Sep. 23rd, 2011 04:50 pm
littlemousling: Image of Jon Walker, formerly of Panic at the Disco, with googly eyes. Word "lol" is next to him. (lol)
Someone linked to this video on my twitter feed and now I am ~reliving the memories. Glad I was in Boston to see them talk at length about cutting off Brendon's toe.

littlemousling: Yarn with a Canadian dime for scale (Default)
Today is my posting day for Bandom Big Bang (wave two), and I am so glad it’s here. I’m really proud of this story; I think it might be the best thing I’ve written, and I’m incredibly excited to get to release it out into the world.

I had help from a large and wonderful set of people. I especially want to thank my betas, [personal profile] rivers_bend, [personal profile] roga, [profile] 15dozentimes, and [personal profile] lalejandra, without whom this fic definitely wouldn’t be what it is. I'm also grateful to my early and late readers, including [personal profile] sassbandit, who gave me an early and vital suggestion, and [personal profile] mistresscurvy and [personal profile] amazonziti, who were, as always, incredibly encouraging.

This being a Big Bang, there are also some fantabulous extras, which you should definitely peruse over here, although the art comes with a spoiler warning.

With no further ado: if you want to read about Spencer the pro dom, Brendon the dance instructor, and their failboat romance, you can just Follow My Lead.

littlemousling: Photo of Spencer Smith, drummer for Panic! at the Disco (Spencer)
That. Was. Fantastic.

Arrival: so many teenagers )

Black Cards: Pete is a ridiculous human being )

Overall review: Pete needs to drop the t-shirt gun and maybe pick up his bass (just to give him more to do!) but it said everything when [personal profile] amazonziti, who had only heard Curtain Call (awful, awful song, not representative of them at all!) was totally blown away by Bebe. Because, dude. BEBE. They were hugely more polished than when I saw them in Toronto opening for Travie, although I don't love their new stuff as much as Dominos/Club Called Heaven/Baby Blackout.

Neon Trees: I could actually see Tyler! AND ELAINE )

Overall review: great set, and you gotta love a band that has, hair-wise, a Spencer, a Patrick Stump, a JTT, and ... a swan. Oh Tyler. What is your hair.

PANIC AT THE MOTHERFUCKING DISCO )

Overall review: BEST. BEST. BEST. BEST. BEST. BEST. I LOVE THEM. BEST.
ETA: Ohh, and Merelyn25 hit a bunch of the points I had forgotten in her fabulous recap. SILLY STRING.
ETA2: And another great write-up by [livejournal.com profile] fictionalaspect here!


And then a whole big group of us ([personal profile] amazonziti, [personal profile] mistresscurvy, [livejournal.com profile] fictionalaspect, [personal profile] lilac_one, and a couple of other people who were lovely but whose names I didn't retain) went out to a diner and had milkshakes and a little bit of food and a hell of a lot of water, and talked for two hours. Like you do.

Now I'm sore as hell, and on Sunday I have to drive the six+ hours back to my parents' house, but it was worth it. It was so. Completely. Worth it.
littlemousling: Flyer of a spinning wheel with the phrase "spinning yarns" above it (spinning)
This has just been a week of happy fandom things, hasn't it?

I can't even remember all of the wonderful things, so I'm going to list what I can remember and you all can feel free to remind me of the other awesome things!

--MCR played with Brian May! And it was amazing!
--MCR headlined Leeds and Reading! And were amazing!
--Panic played Leeds and Reading, and Brendon stripped again!
--Spencer, Brendon, and Zack twitter-wished Ryan a happy 25th birthday!
--PANIC BOYS AND A BABY



... oh god so many other things and I am blanking on all of them now! I think I am distracted by this:

Photobucket

This is not fandom happiness but it makes me very, very, very happy. I've been looking for a Canadian Production Wheel with a 30" drive wheel for two years now, and I finally found one, in great condition and spinning beautifully. I'm just over the moon about it.

ETA oh right! And Panic/Neon Trees/Black Cards in Central Park, two sleeps from now! I cannot tell y'all how excited I am. Six-hour drive to NYC, here I come!

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