Gerard Way has done so many great things like being a kill joy and helping people, expressing his feelings through music, and making nukuu that make people feel good and laugh and upendo themselves like hujambo girls wewe are beautiful told me that I don't need to wear a lot of make up just to be beautiful, he made me feel better about my zits and sun spots au whatever and he made me cry because it was just so sweet. My family also made me feel better about it too. I upendo wewe Gerard Way and I always will I also upendo Frankie, Ray, and Mikey.
Keroscene Cola wrote: MAY 31ST On MAY 31st 2008 hundreds of MCR mashabiki stood up for the band, The Sun Times a British tabloid had falsely printed that their muziki made someone commit suicide. On MAY 31s these mashabiki joined together in protest of their bands' persecution. Friends, our band is persecuted no zaidi but I think it's time we paid them all a proper tribute. In the video Kids from Yesterday they thank us but I think they have it backwards. It is us who need to thank them. On MAY 31st 2012 we will let them know how much we care! Gerard and the rest of the band have said...
Firstly, before I start anything. I want to say: HAPPY F***ING 35TH B'DAY GEE!!.Okay. Now that I've calmed down, I'm going to start. Its frezzing cold over here where I live, but I'm not gonna lay this off another day!
Okay. I remember when I firstly got into MCR. I heard the song Blood in the background of some You-Tube video, and I'm so sad to say but, I thought it was horrilbe. But the name, some how, got stuck in my head. My Chemical Romance. What a great name for a band! One day, I went to JB-HIFI and went in the Punk/Hardcore part. I was looking for...
I guess wewe could call this a story, but really it's a thank-you note. One siku when i was walking my little sister and her BFF nyumbani from school. My older sister and her BFF and her younger siblings drove kwa and offered us a ride. After my Little sister and her Freind got in the car was full, so i told them i'd walk. On my way nyumbani i Passed a Bridge that overlooked a river. I stopped and leaned over the side to watch the samaki appear and dissappear in the dirty water. standing there, leaned over the ukuta of the bridge, i almost got up on the ukuta and jumped off. But then a small voice...
"It was the best thing for us ... I'm so glad we did it. wewe gotta make something wewe really believe in, and that's what we did. It was even harder because we'd already been gone for so long." – Gerard Way
"This ['Common People'] is a song that, growing up in New Jersey, it was very important to me and Mikey [Way]. It was very relevant to us, feeling like wewe were in a place wewe could never get out of, that wewe were never going to escape."
"I know I’ll change. I’ve already changed tremendously.I’m definitely doing stuff differently onstage. I’m not injuring myself. There’s no death wish anymore. wewe get past the crash course and wewe don’t want to die. “Oh! I wanna live! I don’t want to end up one of these Cats that die young.” "
"Sometimes, I think Mikey doesn't realize how special and talented he is."
“This is the kind of the band though that’s inherently engineered in its DNA to not be around when we’re 60…but then again, so was The Who. The Who is a very interesting...
Disclaimer: I do not own Gerard Way. I'm pretty sure he owns himself. This is NOT anything against Lyn-Z! This is in kind of a parallel universe where gerard has no band, but is still Marafiki with every band member. The storyline is of Gerard, a famous artist, who is searching for human models to paint. Along the way he comes across a beautiful ballet dancer named Emily Dameur. Follow the sad, heart-melting, romantic, and sometimes blissful tale of these two in Gerard's Dance. Enjoy.