louis was right!

“Again” you said? So you watch him sleep every night? XD

Anyway, this month’s chapter is so short T_T A regular 40-page chapter is already short to me tbh T_T Chibi Noe, Domi and Louis are adorable but whenever Louis is mentioned it reminds me that Noe will finally kill Vanitas in the end… Like, he wasnt able to do that for Louis right… What if Vanitas also ended up in a similar situation like Louis and again asked Noe to kill him…? I don’t want that to happen so I’m just hoping Jun sensei are fooling us again and maybe in the end Vanitas will still be alive…

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Washington DC, St. Louis, Denver, New York City, Boston, Seattle Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Montpelier VT…

Progressive women built this in 2 and a half months from nothing with the power of passion and social networks. So yes, we believe we can still win this.

MAKE THIS MOMENT A MOVEMENT!

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anonymous asked:

while we are on the subject of spouse remember when Harry said to Louis face "you are getting married!!" and Louis was sort of completely lost for words? I loved that!

FOUND IT!! This moment, right? Because what even was that??
Like, why so certain Harry..? 😏

  • one direction: we r leaving until 2017
  • me: and being here without you is like I'm waking up to only half a blue sky kind of there but not quite I'm walking round with just one shoe I'm half a heart without you I'm half a man at best with half an arrow in my chest I miss everything we do I'm half a heart without you

Title: All the Right Moves | now with chapter two
Author: cherrystreet
Pairing: Harry/Louis
Where: ao3
Word Count: 32k
Rating: Explicit
Status: Complete
Summary: This is the third game in a row that Harry has been distracted by the noisy boy in the stands, five rows back. There’s really no reason that he should feel compelled to stare into the audience as frequently as he is, but he can’t help it. This boy is a nuisance. And he’s loud. Even from basketball court with nine other players running by him, shoes squeaking on the shiny hardwood floor, and thousands of cheering college students, Harry can hear this boy nearly shrieking, his laugh more like a cackle than anything. It’s seriously obnoxious.