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Noticing a lack of interaction between strangers who passed each other everyday on the same streets, UK-based artist Luke Jerram was inspired to disrupt people’s daily routines with spontaneous music and communication by installing colorful outdoor pianos in public spaces. The project, called Play Me, I’m Yours, has since spread throughout the world, reaching a global audience of 6 million people in 38 different cities.

I FEEL LIKE I’VE GOTTEN CLOSURE FROM MICHAEL WITH THAT TWEET

Perfect date idea [Ashton Irwin Imagine] *requested*

a/n - this was gonna be up sooner but i’m v disappointed in it. pls don’t hate me, i’ll try to write something better. i hope you’re all okay and keep sending in requests xoxo

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“Can you write an imagine were you and ashton go ice skating and you fall but ashton doesn’t realise until he laps you sees that you’re crying and still in the same position you were in when you fell😊😊”

It was a really cute idea Ashton had had and you were more than excited when he said to you about it – you couldn’t wait. Obviously you knew you would have to wait until they had a day off but you were fine with that. 

It was perfect. Ashton had took you on tour with them so you were in a completely different country, so before you actually went ice skating you two were going to have a look around and go for lunch.

It was going to be perfect. Especially since you hadn’t seen him properly for a few weeks.

When the day finally came, you went for a walk, looking around the shops and admiring all the Christmas decorations that were around. He took you for lunch ina small café – where you both drunk coffee and talked like old times. In the late afternoon was when you both decided to go ice skating.

You got to the ice rink where Ashton payed for both of you – you changed into the skates and then you were ready to go.

Ashton looked over at you, a big grin on his face as he took your hand – both of you walking inside the ice rink.

“I’m not very good at this,” you laughed quietly, shrugging your shoulders.

“It’ll be fine, I’ve got you.” Ashton winked at you.

You held tightly on to the side as Ashton stood next to you. “You can go of if you want,” you laughed. “I’ll be here, trying to get there.”

“No it’s fine. I’ll teach you and then we’ll skate together.” he smiled, keeping a hand on you as you tried skating.

Every time you fell down, Aston would laugh before helping you up.

“I think I’m getting the hang of this Ash,” you laugh, letting go of his hand as he watched you, grinning.

“Are you sure?” he asked, slightly hesitant of letting go of your hand.

You rolled your eyes. “Yes I’m sure. Now go ahead of me, I won’t be far behind.”

He leaned in, pressing a soft kiss to your lips and then skated off.

You watched him, grinning to yourself as you slowly started skating. You bit your lip, watching your feet, making sure not to fall, not wanting to embarrass yourself in front of Ashton. You placed your hand on the side, making sure not to fall.

The more you skated, the more you felt more confident in yourself. You let go of the wall and started skating by yourself.

At first you were a bit hesitant, only going slow and staying by the side to grab it when you felt like you were going to fall. But the more you did it the more you felt confident in yourself. You soon were fully confident in yourself and started going in a faster speed. You were so into the skating that you didn’t realise your speed and soon you had fallen, landing on your knee.

You winced slightly, trying to stand up before falling back on to the ice. You let out a groan, squeezing your eyes shut as tears pricked the corner of your eyes.

“Hey y/n, what’s up? What’s wrong?” you felt a hand being placed on your shoulder. You opened your eyes and saw Ashton kneeling down next to you. “I didn’t notice you fell until I was about to pass you. Are you okay?”

You shook your head, biting your bottom lip. “M-My knee.”

“You fell on your knee?” he asked, raising his eyebrows at you. You just nodded, closing your eyes again and taking deep breaths. “It’s okay, I’ll help you up.” he smiled. He took your hand in his as he helped you up. “It’s okay babe, I got you.” he mumbled, wrapping an arm around your waist, keeping you up. He helped you off the ice and set you down on the bench, taking off the skates for you and then taking his skates off. He helped you put your shoes back on and called a taxi.

Ashton sat down next to you, placing an arm around your waist. He pressed a small kiss to your cheek. “I’m sorry baby,” he mumbled. “When we get back to the hotel, I’ll run you a hot bath and then after we’ll put ice on your knee.”

“I ruined our date.” you frowned, playing with his fingers.

“No you didn’t,” he laughed. “I personally think we had an awesome date.”

“I love you.”

“I love you too. Now don’t worry about it, the taxi’s here.” He helped you up, leading you to the taxi and setting you down. He got in after you and smiled. “You know I thought you did pretty well considering it was your first time skating.”

You looked at him and laughed, rolling your eyes. “And it will be my last.”

Noticing a lack of interaction between strangers who passed each...

Noticing a lack of interaction between strangers who passed each other everyday on the same streets, UK-based artist Luke Jerram was inspired to disrupt people’s daily routines with spontaneous music and communication by installing colorful outdoor pianos in public spaces. The project, called Play Me, I’m Yours, has since spread throughout the world, reaching a global audience of 6 million people in 38 different cities. http://dlvr.it/8DW2Rw