What The 1D Songs Really Mean

Take Me Home

Live While We’re Young: Yolo is to basic so Im gonna pull some carpe diem shit so we can fuck

Kiss You: some jailhouse rock bullshit with some cute stuff. We can either kiss or we can fuck. Your choice

Little Things: There is some shit wrong with you but It’s chill i still wanna fuck you

C’mon C’mon: I left my date and was stalking you so lets go and fuck

Last First Kiss: I wanna be the last person to kiss you, but the first one to fuck you

Heart Attack: your so hot it gives me heart probs. liFE ALERTTT

Rock Me: 100000% sure they say fuck me during the chorus 

Change My Mind: If you seduce me I won’t leave

I would: High School AU where you have a shitty boyfriend, the dudes got like 27 tattooooooossss. we also learned how to spell L O V E 

Over Again: 1D meets Dr Seuss

Back For You: I’m on tour and you are back in the UK. I’m always gone but dont worry bae i wont get a new hoe 

They Don’t Know About Us: We are fucking but it’s a secret. 

Summer Love: Larry leaves summer camp

Still The One: We might have broken up but your like a 10 but you dont even like me but thats okay because i still love you

Loved You First: I’m in this van watching your boyfriend watching him pick up for a date and it should be me

Nobody Compares: we just wanted to compare you to famous cities

She’s Not Afraid: The prequel to Girl Almighty tbh. You like to show your boobs and thats cool but your scared of having actual feels?!?!? LooooOOOOOve LoooooOOOOOOVE 

If The Outsiders gang had their favorite songs:
  • Johnny:It's My Party - Lesley Gore
  • Darry:When A Man Loves A Woman - Percy Sledge
  • Dally:Don't Play That Song - Ben. E King
  • Two-Bit:Tossin' And Turnin' - Bobby Lewis
  • Ponyboy:The Twist - Chubby Checker
  • Steve:California Dreamin' - The Mamas & The Papas
  • Soda:Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley

MUST Read & I don’t blame him: Man turned away from two hospitals before crashing stolen ambulance

By Tanya Eiserer via 


Terrance King said it was a cry for help.

He said that’s why he impersonated a doctor and crashed an ambulance earlier this week near the Dallas Medical District.

“There was no other way to do it,” he said during a jailhouse interview with News 8 Friday. “That’s what’s going to get people’s attention.”

King, 23, says he’s homeless and mentally ill, having diagnosed with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. On the day of his arrest, he tried twice to get admitted. He was turned away because he did not have insurance.

“The justice field needs to start understanding mental illness,” Stormy Howland, a former Dallas police sergeant whose family took King in after he aged out of the foster care system. “Terry is doing these things because he needs food and shelter, clothing, the basics. And when all fails, he’ll do something in a manic state and end up here and he’s getting four meals a day.”

At the jail, King had an emotional reunion with Howland. He hadn’t seen her in more than two years.

“What’s going on with you?” Howland asked him, both of them sobbing as they talked through a window. “You’re not a criminal. This is not you.”

He repeatedly bowed his head, barely to look at her.

“No one’s calling you crazy,” Howland said. “You know you belong in an institution that can help you and correctly diagnose you and get you on the right meds. And there are plenty of other jobs that are related to things and the dreams that you had because those are gone. You’ve got to face that.”

Howland has known King since he was seven. She and her ex-husband met him while patrolling in the Northeast Dallas area. He was just seven.

“Terry was always extremely fascinated with cops and fireman,” she said.

King ended up in foster care after his mother died from kidney failure. At 18, he came to live with Howland and her husband because he had nowhere else to go. They tried to help him.

“He became erratic,” she said. “I started counting his medication and he wasn’t taking it correctly. He just said that the medication made him feel like he wasn’t himself. I can tell a difference in his personality when he’s on the medication.”

They made him move out when he started getting in trouble with the law.

In 2013, King made headlines when he got arrested after impersonating a Dallas firefighter at a Plano firehouse. He says he went there because he knew it was a place “where I could shower, sleep and eat.”

“It was also a career field I wanted to pursue before I got in trouble,” he said.

A few months later, he posed as a Denton firefighter, according to police records. In 2014, he masqueraded as a doctor and stole food at Forest Park Medical Center. In mid-2014, he stole a University Park Fire Department radio and used it to call in fake calls.

He was released from jail May 20 after serving a sentence related to the University Park case.

On Tuesday, authorities were alerted to a possible impostor after he was seen at Children’s Medical Center. He was wearing a “Texas Oncology” lab coat and calling himself, “Dr. Munoz.”

“Nothing happened,” he said. “I was basically just walking around. I went into a patient’s room and said oh (expletive) there’s a patient in there and walked back out. That’ when a supervisor started asking questions.”

King says he just began wandering aimlessly. He went to a hospital in Richardson, seeking admittance into their psychiatric ER. He was turned away because he had no insurance. He caught a train back to Dallas and sought admittance to a Dallas psychiatric hospital. He was again turned away.

That’s when he spotted the ambulance near Medical City, thinking “there’s my ride right there.”

Police began tracking the ambulance as he drove back toward the Medical District. A Dallas police officer spotted him near the Parkland emergency entrance. A hospital district officer began chasing him. King ran a red light, crashing into a BMW at the intersection at Maple and Oak Lawn Avenues.

“I didn’t mean to hit them,” he said. “I didn’t even see them. I was looking at the pole. That’s what I was trying to hit. I had taken my seatbelt off right before I hit to try to get ejected or something to kill myself.”

He says he was feeling hopeless.

During the emotional meeting at the jail, Howland told King that he needed to take his medications for mental illness.

“You’re a wonderful boy with so much potential,” Howland said. “But you come off your meds, you have to go into survival mode and you love the ones that love you.”

Howland made him promise that this would be the last time – a promise he’s made before to others.

“You can’t live your life in chaos,” Howland said. “You’ll wind up in Huntsville prison and you don’t’ want to be there. You don’t belong there.”

King, still sobbing, told her he was sorry for all that he had done.

“You don’t owe me an apology,” she said. “You hold that head up high and you figure out a plan for the rest of your life and I don’t even want to have to talk to you behind a window again. I love you.”

“I love you, too,” King responded.

Howland says she’s going to stand by King, hoping this time he gets the help he needs.


i was tagged by the wonderful petemintz ily!!!!!!

name: megan

nickname: meg

birthday: march 16

gender: female

sexual orientation: bi

height: 5’ 6"

time/date: 3:18 pm, January 14

average hours of sleep: 5

last thing i googled: Priam, last king of Troy

first thing that comes to mind: im scared for my algebra final

how many blankets i sleep under: 3

favorite fictional character: hazel levesque

favorite anime: sailor moon

favorite beverage: water

favorite fruit: raspberries

last thing i saw in theaters: the maze runner

dream holiday: at the beach

dream job: a museum curator

i tag zarrynotzerrie jailhouses aesthletes bullshittttttttttt sadgothclub maliksfratpotatoes

jailhouses said: HEY I LIVE IN CHICAGO

HEY OMG thats cool!! i live in a southwest suburb of the city, but my brother and sister both live right up in there cause theyre going to school on michigan ave :-)

The Jailhouse Interviews

In honor of our fiftieth follower(the count’s since been hovering around the sixties, thank you all!) we called in some favors to arrange a Jailhouse Interview where you can ask questions for some of our enemies.

We contacted both the local prisons and unfortunately, Barkham Asylum rejected the idea. As it houses the criminally insane, they figured it might upset the inmates, and mess with their treatment. But the Maretropolis Penitentiary did agree.

So, if you have any questions for some of the felons we’ve jailed, we’re reasonably sure we can connect you with:

  • Some of the Mane-iac’s and/or Pharoah Phetlock’s henchponies
  • Radiance’s Mother(tread carefully)
  • Horse Throat; mute spy, stalker and informant
  • Razzle and Dazzle; circus ponies charged with embezzling, but mostly because they couldn’t prove any other charges
  • Lip Bomb; don of a local Mafia.
  • Bridlezilla; Nuisance in satin and lace
  • Members of the Double Helix gang; mostly low level members

But the others are either in Barkham(a lot more supervillains end up in Barkham than the neurotypical prison), at large, or when asked to participate refused an interview.

You can submit questions for the Jailhouse Interview until June 12th. We’re accepting both questions for the criminals previously mentioned and the Power Ponies(after all, the Interview isn’t for another two weeks, and we’d like to have an occasional post up in that time) and our ask box will remain open through to the main event and we DO accept anons.

Our ask box is here. We hope you choose to participate, and to those that have already asked questions, thank you, we’ll be giving them to the prisoners ahead of time, as is common courtesy when arranging an interview, and figuring out the order in which to schedule them for the sit down based on how many asks they get.

We’ll be reposting this periodically, if you’re done contributing and want to blacklist these announcement until the interview, we’ll try to tag subsequent reblogs as “reblog” and “question reaping,” and you can check back in on June 12th for the interviews.

Thank you again,

the Power Ponies.