happy 3rd week of April! Things have been super crazy on the My Chem front; songs written and recorded, coffee consumed...lots of coffee, babies being ultrasounded, crazy ideas becoming reality, and absolutely no sleep for the caffeinated and weary...ever.
To all the collectors out there who snatched up the limited edition art prints 1&2, congrats and thank you's all around, we hope you enjoy them. Its rare we get to do something really special like this, and it feels good to offer you guys something a little more personal than just another t-shirt design. (but if tshirts is whatcha crave, there are new designs coming soon I promise.). Installments 3&4 will be revealed next month, so keep checking back. Register to the site now to receive updates and info on prints and other My Chem related topics before anyone else. In the mean time here are two new pics from the studio for your inspection.
And for all of you thinking about entering the speed-reading lyrics contest, Good Luck! I cannot wait to see these videos, channel the micro machines guy and let it rip. Oh and NO CHEATING! Mumblers and people who speed up video tape will be disqualified and farted upon by my gaseous dog, Professor Buckley.
Now without any further adieu....what everyone looks forward to every April...another installment of:
A VERBAL HISTORY: Catchphrases of the Modern Age as told by My Chemical Romance.
Episode 19- "I don't mean to step on the dog..."
It was a warm spring night at the local recording studio when auxiliary musician Jamie Muhoberac first coined the popular phrase "I don't mean to step on the dog". Jamie, who has worked on the last 2 MCR records and is most famous for "pizza organ" and "crazy ray gun sounds", uttered the now infamous line as he literally almost stepped on Raymond Toros beloved Yorkshire Terrier, Jack Bauer. It was not long before the phrase found a home in the heart and on the lips of today's youth. Appearing on tshirts and bumper stickers the phrase quickly replaced Jesus's quote to the apostles, "I don't mean to shit on anyone's birthday cake here, but one of you is going to betray me." as today's most popular way to tell people you're not trying to bum them out, before saying something that will definitely bum them out. Witnesses to the invention of Jamie's catch phrase were quoted as saying "It just makes more sense. I mean really, when's the last time someone shit on your B-Day cake? And if it did end up happening, you can only experience that feeling once a year! Where as in today's day and age someone literally steps on a dog every 3 and a half minutes." (This statistic does not include Albania or Puerto Rico, and therefore cannot actually be proven.)
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