After listening to Smith and Urie discuss how generous a helping one ought to get when one requests "extra mayo and mustard," Ross remarks that the Pilgrim is his second Port of Subs sandwich since this morning.When Urie says he's only on his first, Ross is befuddled: "What have you been doing all day?
I trust youuuuutwiggofviolence: he always wanted to have butt sex I think he might be bisexualtwiggofviolence: I wouldn’t let him thoughtwiggofviolence: That’s gnarlyslamcrashp33n: dude fuck yeah. twiggofviolence: Me too whenever I was on tour I’d wake up and they would be sitting in the lounge together alone at like 7amslamcrashp33n: That’s shady as shit. twiggofviolence: Yeah he said there just “best friends” but he’d rather sleep with ryan in the lounge then me sometimes in his bedtwiggofviolence: Go figuretwiggofviolence: I just thought he couldn’t sleep on the bus but now I’m like wow..slamcrashp33n: dude I always thought he used you as a cover up.twiggofviolence: I wouldn’t be surpisedtwiggofviolence: Honestly hahaslamcrashp33n: Wow that’s some traumatizing shit.slamcrashp33n: Yo do you have a british accent?
Last week, fans were shocked when news broke that Panic!
at the Disco were parting ways with guitarist Ryan Ross and bassist Jon Walker, who left the band to "embark on a musical excursion of their own." But according to Ross, the split had been in the cards for sometime now. "It's been a little while, a few months since we started thinking that this might be the best thing to do," Ross told MTV News late Monday (July 13).
YAN ROSS BOUGHT HIS C55 MERCEDES three months ago, but it's been parked in his Las Vegas garage ever since. at the Disco guitarist climbs behind the wheel, cues up Tom Waits' new collection and starts pushing buttons on the navigation system, he's still not sure how it all works.
Ross is searching downtown Vegas for Panic's favorite local sandwich chain, Port of Subs, to grab a quick bite before the second-to-last show on the band's arena tour: a sold-out concert at the Orleans Hotel & Casino for 7,500 fans, their families, friends and three-quarters of Fall Out Boy, who flew in from Los Angeles to see their protégés' biggest hometown gig yet.