aha confused.com summer but i read somewhere in a blog thing on the tinternet that Bill went on this forum and said that someone named his butt Nigel?
I'm more confuzzd bout that then anything XD
Omg, I only just read this... Nigel! *aww* Blame the former official UK forum for that. *lol* Obviously it wasn't Bill on that forum saying this but it's still funny that someone mentioned it. On the old Yabb forum people started to name Bill's body parts. Nigel was the most famous one and yes, it was what they called his butt. His star tattoo was called Colin and his flat hairstyle was called Rachel. That's as much as I remember. I didn't really keep up with it.
Aww Summer, I can't believe that you were pretty much the only one on that random forum not to believe that it was Bill talking on there. It's scary how easily people are being deceived only because they want to believe.
It's scary how easily people are being deceived only because they want to believe. -I wasn't sure how to'quote that single sentence!
I agree, the wanting to believe seems to show how desperate (if that's the word) or maybe dedicated the fans of Tokio Hotel are towards meeting or talking to Bill (or the band in general). And that sort of shows how powerful their influence is.
Post by Uchiha Helenaka on Jan 2, 2009 14:22:58 GMT 1
I fell DISGUSTED when people violate Bill's name like this, and when they violate the trust of TH fans.... It's just horrible. I mean- how sick can you get?
Then again- the girls who got caught up in it SHOULD have paid attention to the COUNTLESS times TH have DENIED having bebo/facebook/myspace/etc. They should have knwo full-well that, no matter HOW convincing that person was, he ISN'T Bill!
He got what was coming to him... the sick bas*ard....
I agree that, despite being the victims, the girls shouldn't really be so ignorant as to believe that Bill Kauitz himself would speak to them online. It's quite a foolish folly of them, and maybe the 'Bill' being an imposter could have acted as a lesson to them to not be so gulable and dim-witted in future. But then again, I pity them for their mistake!