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  • Tegan: Yesterday we went out to the side of the venue, some of you were there and we said hi, and I was thinking afterwards that some of you that'd been sleeping out there, ya, you're mental but it's cute. But I was thinking, like fuck, we were just like that. I mean, our parents let us sleep in a parking lot once for tickets and then-
  • Sara: When my mom let us sleep in a parking lot-
  • Tegan: She slept there too.
  • Sara: She slept in the van in the parking lot and when people found out, at first we were really embarrassed, we didn't want anyone to know that our mom was in the van. And it was a cool van, like it wasn't like a tinted window, like kidnap van. Anyways my mom, once everyone had found out my mom was in the van, 'cause we made friends with all the kids in the line up but then also we were across the street from kind of a project, and then all the kids from the projects came over and then they wanted to see-
  • Tegan: It's really not what you're thinking it was basically just like a lot of 18 and 19 year olds that were like cracked out.
  • Sara: It was kind of like a flop house, so then they all found out that our mom was there and they all went to the van, and so my mom was surrounded by kids who lived in a flop house and kids who wanted Smashing Pumpkins tickets and she was a therapist. My mom was a social worker/therapist. So she started giving counselling and all I remember is that kids were like admitting that they had just had an abortion and kids were like "I'm on PCP." and my mom was like handing out numbers for crisis lines and we were like "Mom!"
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Twenty One Pilots performs during Record Store Day 2014 at Karma Records on April 19, 2014 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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"What they don’t understand about birthdays and what they never tell you is that when you’re eleven, you’re also ten, and nine, and eight and seven, and six, and five, and four, and three, and two, and one." -Sandra Cisneros, "Eleven"

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