getting the tickets: you can have my money, i can't believe i actually am seeing them live omg it's like 649 years away ugh but i can wait omg i'm gonna see my babies!
week before the concert: EVERYONE MUST KNOW HOW AMAZING MY LIFE IS RIGHT NOW
night before the concert: what is sleep
going to the concert: let's listen to every song ever created by them yes? oh ok and i'm going to make some sounds that i've never made before and my heart is racing and i can't sit still and are we there yet
at the venue: THEY WILL BE ON THAT STAGE SOON I WILL SEE THEM
the concert starts: OMG THEY'RE ACTUALLY IN FRONT OF ME THESE HUMAN BEINGS ARE IN FRONT OF ME WE ARE BREATHING THE SAME AIR WE ARE IN THE SAME BUILDING OMG COMMENCE SCREAMING TO EVERY SONG AND THEY'RE NOT JUST PICTURES THEY'RE FUCKING RIGHT THERE
limbo period: is this real life
the concert ends: did that just happen i can't breathe i can't
going back home: so i think that was the best moment of my life i can't believe that happened i need to remember everything
the next week: i don't even know that other music exists their albums are my life right now
the next month: when are they coming back
and the cycle repeats
Interviewer: So where will you keep your Brit award?
Marcus: In my parents fruit bowl
Parent: Honey, it's David Tennant-thirty you need to go to bed.
Child: But Mooooom! It's not even a school night! I want to stay up past Peter Capaldi for once!
Parent: You can't, you have that doctor's appointment at Christopher Eccleston tomorrow morning.
Child: How about Matt Smith-thirty?
Parent: Fine, but if you miss your alarm at Paul McGann I'm not rescheduling for you.