4) Where were you when you first heard Sign of the Times?
5) Did you get tickets for the tour?
6) What was your initial reaction when you first listened to the album straight through?
7) Did you watch SNL as it happened? And what did you think of it?
8) What’s your favorite live or TV performance so far?
9) What do you think is the best song to share with someone who has never listened to Harry Styles?
10) Name one thing you dislike about solo Harry.
11) Who is your favorite member of Harry’s band?
12) What did you think of the Behind The Album documentary? What was your favorite part?
13) Do you have the physical cd or vinyl, the download, or do you only stream (ie on spotify)?
14) What has been your favorite solo Harry look so far? (Feel free to post a pic or gif).
15) What is your opinion of Jeffrey Azoff? Is it different from your opinion of him before solo Harry?
16) Put the songs in order from your favorite to least favorite.
17) Is there any song that you’ve changed your opinion on?
18) What song are you most excited to see Harry perform? (This can be a song he hasn’t performed on TV yet, or a song you’re just excited to see him perform in person).
19) Name a One Direction song that you’d most like to see Harry add to his solo setlist.
20) Name an artist you’d be thrilled to see Harry collaborate with.
21) Describe how you usually listen to Harry’s album. Do you listen straight through, do you shuffle, or do you skip straight to the songs you wanna hear?
22) Would you say you’re solo Harry stan, or an OT4/5 stan?
23) Musically, what is your favorite moment in the album?
24) A scenario: you’re in the car with someone who hasn’t heard the album yet. Do you let it play without saying anything until they ask or comment, do you turn it up and immediately tell them they need to listen, or do you switch it to something else because you’re too embarrassed?
25) Give a short testimonial on your feelings about solo Harry.
You know, I keep reading and re-reading this tweet and still have no idea what the hell it’s going on about. Like, which movies are those, because in the dceu alone even the solo characters had people that helped them save the day, they didn’t do it alone. Let’s run them down, shall we?
Man of Steel: had Clark helped out by the military, without which he’d never have been able to stop the invading Kryptonians or their ship in Metropolis.
Batman v Superman: same deal, with Superman needing Wonder Woman and Batman’s help taking down Doomsday. Take one out of the equation (well, take Diana more so than Bruce) and his victory wouldn’t have been guaranteed.
Suicide Squad: it took the whole squad working together to take out Enchantress and her brother, none of them did everything alone.
Wonder Woman: even as badass as Diana was, she still had her team to help her, and if you think Steve sacrificing himself to help Diana save the world doesn’t count then get out of my face, we have nothing to talk about.
So that brings us to Justice League, where, you guessed it, neither Batman nor Wonder Woman can stop the alien invasion on their own, hence (are ya ready for it?) You Can’t Save The World Alone. It’s not even that hard to see, it’s pretty clear that the theme of superheroes working with others had been in the dceu from the beginning, which is the only set of movies this tagline applies to.
Now, the Nolan films, the 90s Batman movies? Um, unless I’m remembering them wrong, Bruce was just saving Gotham in all of those, not the world. I’m sure it would have made an impact elsewhere if Gotham was truly destroyed or whatever, but otherwise, not the world, just his home. And he doesn’t do it alone either, not for most (if not all) of these movies, so like, what’s good? He had help, just like he’s always had help; Batman’s never actually worked alone in the movies, with or without a Robin with him.
The older Superman movies? Haven’t watched them, so maybe in them Superman, ever the Perfect Superhero, did do all the world saving all by his lonesome, but that still wouldn’t matter, because dc didn’t stick the tagline on that set of movies, did it?
And as for the other dc movies? I’m drawing a blank tbh, because there aren’t any other ones that come to mind, but I’m heavily doubting that there are any dc movies where the hero both saves the world (that’s the whole world, not their city, there’s a difference) and does it all by themselves.
So to conclude this long ass response to some random person’s tweet nitpicking a tagline (that could be applied to the real world as something we could all strive towards, but that’s just me and my tea): there aren’t any dc movies that have the hero save the whole world all by themselves, and if there are exceptions they don’t fall under this current set of movies anyways, so what was even the point of this tweet? I sure don’t know.
Handcrafted German Dry Gin in a handsome American 1962 V8 Chevrolet C10 Panel Truck. An excellent recipe! By the way, the next G20 Summit will take place on the 7th and 8th of July right in the background at Hamburg’s Messehallen Convention Centre.
i just saw a bunch of samuel’s debut stages and im so proud of him for pushing through everything and making an amazing first mini album as a solo artist. not sure if i’m a garnet yet, but i still want the best for this boy
ISTJ: like going outside for a walk, hang out with friends, some sports (like go on skate or bike), photografy, or play instrument
ESTJ: go shopping, enjoy a trip in group (boat, hiking,…), visit museum, go lunch in ethnic resturant
ISFJ: play videogames, go in a pub with live music, try new activities that are being proposed (like some extreme sports)
ESFJ: jogging, cousine class, camping, partecipate group sports (volley, basket,..), re-watch favorite movie
INFJ: go concerts, swim, hiking in mountain or underwater, pc games, read information about culture or place they want to visit
ENFJ: yoga or meditation , creative activities like painting, having deep conversation with different point of view
INTJ: surf internet, solo sports, artistic pursuits(writing, draw), collect objects (from peluches to action figure), learn a language
ENTJ: role playing games, competitive games, strategy videogames, robotic and technology stuff
ISTP: listen to music, take long drive, group or solo sports, reading anything they can put their hands on, read comics
ESTP: sailing, athletic sports, drink with friends, skateboarding, parkour
ISFP: sing, draw wherever is possible, listen to music, go at park to take a breath, check for places to travel
ESFP: collect music vinil, bike, swim, combat sports, nature setting activities
INFP: read almost any kind of stories, create something, listen to music while running, dance
ENFP: write, surf, climb mountains, jigging, play instruments, photography
INTP: pc games, watch series or film, picnic surrounded by nature, writing comic or fiction
ENTP: paintball, martial arts, digital photografy, exploring city, videogames, travels with large group of friends