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Liam was mocking Harry and Niall told him to stop 😂😂😂

anonymous asked:

Wait what is this black plastic bag walking in the wind thing??

lmaooooooooooooo it was absurd. according to the media, kendall was throwing a party for harrys bday last year? was it last year? and there was a livestream (? whyyy). i swear all you could see was this dark alley for 8000 hours and a closed door, no noise, no people and just a black plastic bag slowly moving with the wind. i think it was a representation of the last piece of tolerance i had about this bullshit flying away #performance art

there was a fan who used a mask of harry and a sing saying i love louis haha who apeared in the livestream  haha SAME


album aesthetics: pure heroine // lorde  —

                                                   we’re never done with killing time
                                                             can i kill it with you
                                                    ‘til the veins run red and blue?

I apologize to all of you for getting your hopes up about Danny in this season. I thought all the sources I had pointed to it being obvious, but I was wrong. At a con today, as a lot of people have probably found out by now, Holland apparently announced he wouldn’t be appearing in this season, because Jeff didn’t see any reason for him to be there. I don’t know why, but what he tweeted earlier speaks volumes. I know you guys are saddened by this, and mad, furious even. I am too. But, I ask of you, as someone who respects Keahu’s decisions and only wants the best for him in life, to respect him and only tweet him positive things. Don’t ask him why, or how, or if it’s true, or anything like that. It’s rude. Just tweet him positivity, like I said, or don’t tweet him at all. Thank you, guys. I hope you’re all as excited as I am to see him do great things.

some of my favourite short stories

A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner - the townspeople’s reflections of the town’s recluse after her death

The Bear Came Over the Mountain by Alice Munro - a husband’s struggle to redeem himself after his wife has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas by Ursula K Le Guin - science fiction, reflections on humans and the cost of happiness

The Dead by James Joyce - focuses on a single night and a life-changing party

The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman - a woman’s diary entires chronicling her experiences with postpartum psychosis  

The Company of Wolves by Angela Carter - a feminist retelling of little red riding hood

The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe - a story focused on a murder and the guilt that follows

Snow by Ann Beattie - reflections of a relationship gone wrong

Simple Recipes by Madeleine Thien - a grown woman’s reflections of her childhood relationship with her father