jsantagato:

New York. 1968.

jsantagato:

New York. 1968.

Anonymous said: Daily reminder that jagkskellington is one of the rudest East Coasters around. She is constantly trying to set HER rules to other fans because she claims to be from Baltimore(when she really lives and has spent her entire life in the suburbs!) so she thinks she has some special privilege or something. Just another phony elitist. She's pretty vocal for someone who spends daddy's money on tickets and meet & greets.

LOLOL ATL ARENT EVEN FROM BALTIMORE THEY GREW UP AND LIVE IN THE SUBURBS TOO AHAHAHHA

Anonymous said: I love Rachael and the eggs keep doing ur thing "east coasters"

Anonymous said: that one group that follows all time low EVERYWHERE (there's one boy always with them his name is Kyle that group) are the biggest assholes and the most obnoxious people I've ever seen and do not deserve the shows and m&gs when will they realize the band thinks they're rude too

#MomIMadeIt

When I bought my copy of Put Up Or Shut Up in 2006, I NEVER even imagined I would end up here… Seeing All Time Low for my 41st time, in their hometown, surrounded by a group of friends that have become family to me over this past year. When I bought my copy of So Wrong It’s Right in 2007, I never imagined I would meet a group of people from all over the country that share the same love for these four guys that I do. When I bought my copy of Nothing Personal in 2009, I never imagined I would be able to put thousands of miles on my car driving to ATL shows near and far while blasting that album all the way there. When I bought my copy of Dirty Work in 2011, I didn’t dare think that I would ever have the opportunity to share the stage with my biggest heroes. And when I bought my copy of Don’t Panic in 2012 I was truly grateful of the memories that All Time Low have given me. I don’t take for granted one SECOND I get to spend with these people and the boys that brought us together. We have an unbreakable bond that I will cherish forever. Love, your favorite hustler ❤️

When I bought my copy of Put Up Or Shut Up in 2006, I NEVER even imagined I would end up here… Seeing All Time Low for my 41st time, in their hometown, surrounded by a group of friends that have become family to me over this past year. When I bought my copy of So Wrong It’s Right in 2007, I never imagined I would meet a group of people from all over the country that share the same love for these four guys that I do. When I bought my copy of Nothing Personal in 2009, I never imagined I would be able to put thousands of miles on my car driving to ATL shows near and far while blasting that album all the way there. When I bought my copy of Dirty Work in 2011, I didn’t dare think that I would ever have the opportunity to share the stage with my biggest heroes. And when I bought my copy of Don’t Panic in 2012 I was truly grateful of the memories that All Time Low have given me. I don’t take for granted one SECOND I get to spend with these people and the boys that brought us together. We have an unbreakable bond that I will cherish forever. Love, your favorite hustler ❤️

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