anonymous asked:

I mean, the way I see it is the larries who go out of their way to disprove things are just so EXHAUSTING. Like okay, the dinner thing, it was totally harmless. No one was trying to say it proved anything. It was just CUTE and HARMLESS and then ppl whip out their timelines and start analysing clothes and it just sucks the fun out of it all. Like I wish those ppl would just chill sometimes. I get when it's important - like the vine - but this isn't one of those times.

This is difficult, because I fall in both camps. 

There is nothing wrong in enjoying a story, if all we have is word of mouth and it coincides with what we know: Harry and Louis are together. Harry loves Louis, Louis loves Harry, they have 836435 complementary tattoos.

However, I can only speak for myself here, the reason I like to fact check is not so i can prove Harry and Louis to anyone, but to see what narrative their team is following. To follow how things are changing.

What is made public, is what they want us to see. We like to ask: Why? There is nothing wrong with questioning things. 

Do we sometimes overanalyze things? Probably. I think it comes out of fear of being called delusions and tinhatty, then out of not wanting to enjoy something nice.


I’m taking an intro to design class this semester and had to take photographs around the city for analysis. I slapped some of them together and made my own textures for the first time so I could experiment with some new coloring techniques. I don’t know what I’m doing and Cullen literally has subway flooring on his face. I am sorry