AU where they actually had the friendship I always wanted them to have


“It’s about a prostitute, but not in a misogynistic or glamorising way. I was, like, 19, and I met this woman who I didn’t actually have sex with, but she was a prostitute. It was my obsession with the utilisation of femininity, and how it has power over everything. Over intellect, over anything that a man holds dear to himself. I think that that song is an ode to how I was very impressed with her as a young man.”

Matty talking about the intent behind ‘Woman’ (x)


Forgive me. I must do it. Grant me your power!

I always talk about the voodoo Camila has undergone during puberty but y’all bitches still don’t seem to be getting my drift here

She went from this adorable bundle of sunshine:


To this hot, sexy as fuck, i-don’t-know-what-to-do-with-my-emotions-because-you’re-so-fuckable-and-yet-still-so-cute (almost) seventeen year old


literally, look at her

Jesus fucking christ 

for all my life: a wedding playlist for harry and louis 

1. hoppípolla by sigur rós // 2can’t help falling in love (daytrotter sessions) by ingrid michaelson // 3angels by the xx // 4. first day of my life by bright eyes // 5. flowers in the window by travis // 6. flightless bird, american mouth by iron & wine // 7. love you more by alexi murdoch // 8. happy together by turtles // 9. we found love by boyce avenue // 10. a beautiful mess by jason mraz // 11. kiss me (live) by ed sheeran // 12. i found a reason by cat power // 13. look after you by the fray // 14. without you by boyce avenue // 15. to be alone with you by sufjan stevens // 16. green eyes by coldplay // 17. everyday by buddy holly // 18. marry you by bruno mars // 19. maybe i’m amazed by paul mccartney // 20. maps by the fray // 21. just say yes by snow patrol // 22. home by edward sharpe & the magnetic zeroes   

listen, download


I opened Photoshop intending to make something completely different. And then ended up doing this. [Insert angsty AU story here]

Edit: Happy ones here!


Calum’s reaction to ‘daddy af’ and the word ‘af’ in general.