“My wife’s grandmother was having these moments where she would stop breathing for a second,” he begins, referring to the late relative. “I’d think, ‘Oh, my God, she’s passed away,’ but then she’d wake up. It was like one of these weird little spells—these weird little death spells where she would wake up and say, ‘No, I’m just really tired.’ To me, [the name invokes] these little introductions to another world and coming back from it—kind of leaving this world but not for too long, then snapping back to reality.” - Frank Iero

My wife’s grandmother was having these moments where she would stop breathing for a second,” he begins, referring to the late relative. “I’d think, ‘Oh, my God, she’s passed away,’ but then she’d wake up. It was like one of these weird little spells—these weird little death spells where she would wake up and say, ‘No, I’m just really tired.’ To me, [the name invokes] these little introductions to another world and coming back from it—kind of leaving this world but not for too long, then snapping back to reality. - Frank Iero

killiero:

“I think it’s human nature to be curious about “why?” And what does this all mean, why are we here, what are we doing? And, at the same time, you can’t let it overcome you. You know? Because, really, it’s just as simple as just—at least for me, it’s “to make the world a different place.” I think the worst thing you can do is to live your life and have the world be the exact same place it was before.” — Frank Iero.

Death Spells Frank for anonymous.

ieroshock:

I hate my weaknesses, they make me who I am

ieroshock:

I hate my weaknesses, they make me who I am

butane-skyline:

Frnkiero and the Cellabration

butane-skyline:

Frnkiero and the Cellabration