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Now, most people are going to say they were kidding, but I don't believe that Gabe is capable of being THAT serious about ANYTHING that isn't true, and Ryland, too. At the VMAs, Gabe interviewed William and near the end, William says, "I like playing Same Blood because you like Same Blood, so I play it and I think of you every time." which is really just adorable. I'm going to be amazed if you actually read this far, I really wanted to show WHY it's an awesome pairing.I really do not know why this pairing doesn't get more love, with all the canon it has.When Blackinton was 15, his family relocated to Boca Raton, Florida.
The Blackintons moved to Massachusetts and lived there for several years.
Honestly, I'd be thrilled if they really were dating, not many people would be surprised and I know lots of other friends of mine who would be happy too, cause they're just that cute.
Pretty much all the things I mentioned are things I really saw, and if you want to find the videos and pictures, they really aren't too hard to find, so go crazy, kiddies.
William also, in high contrast to Gabe, takes almost everything way TOO seriously, from his music to random games of 20 questions. ‘Cause I don’t see a Greckett, or a Treckgabe..." There's a track in Cobra's first cd called "It's Warmer in the Basement," which is where the common joke of "Gabe's basement" comes from in fandom, and maybe why some people wrongly think he's creepy. but i kinda got kicked out of the hotel, so i had to sneak into william's room for the last night. the truth is i ate all the pringles from the minibar and didnt have the cash to pay for it, so they wouldnt let me stay an extra night. In a video where Gabe, Alex and Ryland are answering fan questions, somebody asks how Gabe feels about the rumors involving him and William.
Gabe helps him lighten up, and there are almost NO pictures or videos where they're together where Gabe isn't making William smile at some point. Anyway, Gabe: "This song is about loving a girl so much you want to keep her tied up in the basement and not share her with the rest of the world. Little snuggle buddy." Ryland: "That’s where they wrote the song. There's a lot of body language to look out for if you find this video.