Topic: Smashing Pumpkins, the alt. history
On 2012.06.04 at 10:47 am manillascissor wrote:
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~ Billy Corgan on James Iha and D’arcy Wretzky and Jimmy Chamberlin
âThis band is the shit!!!â
~ A Smashing Pumpkins fan at 1997 concert
âWhat is this shit????â
~ A Smashing Pumpkins fan at 2007 concert
The Smashing Pumpkins is Billy Corgan, an American songwriter, bassist, guitarist, drummer, pianist, saxophone player, violinist, computer programmer, oboe player, minstrel, the creator of Heaven and Earth and all things visible and invisble, and the world’s most sexual man (often competing for title with Beck).
Read more: http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/The_ … g_Pumpkins
And also check: http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Billy_Corgan
\"The Smashing Pumpkin is the guy in the Zero shirt. And that is all.\"
\"Billy’s favourite pastime is attempting to steal u2 guitarist The Edge’s hats. He has been successful a fair few times, his most triumphant moment being the time he stole The Edge’s favourite Cowboy Hat whilst he was in the toilet. Billy later wore this hat in his music video ‘Perfect’ to flaunt his victory in The Edge’s face. Edge was said to have sworn revenge on Billy, yet to this date nothing exciting has been done on his part.\"
On 2012.06.04 at 2:32 pm jupiter wrote:
my first two reads, read \"……trying to steel The Edge\".
On 2012.06.04 at 5:04 pm manillascissor wrote:
wikipedia is fun too:
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