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I'm so glad the guys came to NYC! I normally don't like signings, it goes to fast and you can't really talk to them, but for Tokio Hotel, I was like, I had to be there! It was a long day to say the least, but it was well worth it. I could't think of anything to say to any of them, the only thing that came out was "Tom would you sign my arm?" and he said "Sure" and held my arm as he signed his name. It was awesome...then before I left I turned and said "Thanks so much you guys" and Gustav looked up at me. That took all of about 1 minute..but I'll never forget it. In line outside we had met a girl who drove from Vermont to come to the signing, she was so nice and she actually had Tom's signature on her arm made into a tattoo the next day. Okay, I'm done rambling, but this was such an awesome experience, thanks so much Cherrytree for making this possible!
So I went to the NYC signing and was so excited. I had driven all the way from Rutland, Vermont to see the guys for the first time in person. I had never been to anything for them before. I left at like 12:30am and got to NYC at like 6am, and I stood in line waiting for the passes. I met a girl and we hung out the entire day talking about Tom because she and I both love him. Then we got in line for the signing around 4:30 and I met a few more fans they are amazing. I was so excited. I couldn't wait to see the guys. When I finally saw them in person I was like OMG! And I got Tom to sign my arm. I tried my hardest to not lose it in front of the guys but once I was outside I started to bawl it was so amazing. I love them so much, especially Tom! I got his signature tattooed the next day.. it's amazing. Just like the guys. The only thing I kinda regret is that I forgot to show Bill my very first tattoo which happened to be his star! I haven't gotten my pics developed yet but I hope they come out good. I can't wait to see them again... I hope they come back to the US for concerts!
This was the shirt. The part in German is something they like to teach interviewers when asked to tell them something in German. It's not the most appropriate thing, so I'm not gonna say what it means here. But I was really looking forward to their faces when they read it. But alas, they didn't.