When 1D lost, Liam turned to his dad with a “we made it this far” face. His fellow band-mates, he says, were in pieces. He remembers first Harry, then Louis, Niall and Zayn bursting into tears. “A cameraman came over and said ‘can I get you boys for an interview?’ and I looked at all the boys crying, in their mum’s arms and I was like, 'look, I’ll do the interview’ because I was the only one who was alright and so I went off to the side and did the after-camera interview for us. I just left them because I wanted them to have their moment and the cameras didn’t need to see them like that. There was a real atmosphere. This followed throughout our career a lot of the time.”
5. This is tied with every other time that Ashton carried Luke off stage and also that time when Ashton jumped on Luke’s back for the final bow
4. remember when :))))))))))
3. HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAH REMEBE RUFJHIVVMGK WHEN
2. why :) he :) said :) this :) randomly :)
1. OF COURSE WHEN MY FIC BECAME FUCKING REAL AND WE ALL DIED AND THEY WENT SUFFERING TOGETHER A SECOND TIME WOWWOWOWOWO BEST TIME OF MY SHITTY ASS LIFE HOE
5. All those times that Calum tried to fuck Michael on camera (3 times) and here is just one example bc this is long already
4. That malum day at the airport that we will Never Forget
3. The entirety of 2015. That includes: all interview moments when Michael was Especially gay towards Calum, MALUM IN FLORIDA, and tweets
2. Ok this counts as a 2015 moment but like,, every cuddle moment where Michael scratches Calum’s head :)))
1. Michael picking Calum up wowie wow wow*
*This list is inaccurate bc I don’t have a top 5 moment I cry an equal amount at just about every fucking interaction and it’s pathetic but I wanted to show off my love for them anyway so here ya have it
(Masterlist)(About Me) I try to spell like I’m British, but I’m not (though my friends think I should be) so if I missed something, sorry.
Dan rushed into the room
where Phil was setting up a tripod. “She’ll be here any second!” he said. Phil put
his hands up.
“Relax. It’s all taken
care of. Everything’s been set up and ready to record.”
“What do I tell her about
why there’s a camera?”
“Just say you haven’t moved
it since you were making a video earlier,” Phil answered, voice calm in order
to try and calm Dan down. His taller friend was breathing heavily and looking
worried—while at the same time better-dressed than he usually chose to be. Not by
too much though, because he didn’t want her to get suspicious. “And I’ll be
just behind the door with the other camera.” Dan nodded, looking around
frantically. “Dan, relax! Everything’s
been taken care of!”
“I’m just scared I’ll
mess up—or worse.”
“I know. But you’ll do
just fine. And even if you fall over, it’s the thought that counts.”
Dan patted his pockets,
making sure he had everything. “What about the flowers?” he suddenly exclaimed.
“Did you not see that they’re
already in the kitchen?”
“Oh. No. Thank you, Phil.
I couldn’t do this without you.”
Phil shrugged arrogantly.
“I know,” he joked. “But seriously, of course. What are best friends for?”
Dan went back into panic
mode. “She’s here! Oh my—!” He cut himself off in favour of hyperventilating.
“Don’t worry,” Phil
soothed. “Sit down. I’ll bring her up. Don’t be nervous.” As Phil left, he
poked his head back into the room. “Turn on the camera!” Dan nodded as Phil
disappeared. He rushed over to the camera and hit the record button. Wiping his
sweaty hands on his jeans, he closed his eyes and tried to calm his breathing. After
a few moments, he managed to get his panic under control. With a sigh, he
opened his eyes.
“Hey Phil!” a friendly
female voice greeted as the door squeaked open.
“Hey! Dan’s up in the
lounge. Can I take your jacket?”
“Oh! Yes please!” There
was a pause as Dan imagined Phil helping her with her coat—probably the black
leather jacket she always wore. “So what’s this all about? Dan said it was
important but hung up before I could ask for an explanation.”
“I have no idea. He didn’t
even tell me you were coming,” Phil lied. Dan rushed over to the microphone and
turned it on too, realizing he almost forgot. He went back to sitting on the
sofa, looking as casual as he could with his heart racing. He cast a quick
glance at the camera. Thankfully, it was still recording. He relaxed just a
bit. “I’ll be up in the office editing if you two need adult supervision for
anything,” Phil remarked, voice almost right outside the door. Dan heard an
amused girl’s laugh and exasperated sigh.
“Thanks, but I think we’ll
be okay,” she replied. The door to the lounge slid open and there she was. She was
shorter than him by quite a bit, but she was gorgeous, funny, and intelligent. She
was wearing her “date” clothes—leggings, a skirt, and a nice blouse. Her hair
was pulled away from her face and her eyes were glittering with excitement. “Hey
“Hey!” Dan replied,
standing up from the sofa. He gave her a smothering hug and a kiss on the
forehead followed by one to the lips. “It’s so great to see you!”
“It’s great to see you
too!” she exclaimed. “So what are we going to do tonight?”
Dan sighed, acting like
he wasn’t insanely nervous. “Well, I have something very specific in mind,” he
commented. Instantly she lit up like a firework with excitement. She was always
a bright, bubbly girl, but she never failed to make him smile when she was
“Do I need to go get my
jacket? Are we going anywhere?”
Dan shook his head. “Nah.
We’re gonna stay here, if that’s okay?”
“It’s great! Any time I get
to be with you is more than okay!”
“Good. But before you ask
any more questions, I have one for you,” Dan told her. She brightened up again—if
that was even possible—and smiled.
“Okay! What is it?”
This is it, Dan thought. Panic tried to rise in his throat but he
forced it down as he shoved his hand in his pocket. This is it.
He got down on one knee
and pulled the small velvet box out of his pocket. Out of the corner of his
eye, he could see Phil’s hand poking into the room holding a smaller camera for
a different angle he smiled just a little bit, and looked up at her wide eyes.
“Will you marry me?” he
asked, opening the box to reveal the ring.
Her hands clapped over
her mouth. “Yes. Oh yes!” Her eyes watered as Dan pulled the ring out of the
box and slid it onto her finger. He stood up and gave her a big kiss.
“Woohoo!” Phil cheered,
coming into the room. He too gave her a friendly hug before she turned back to
Dan and cried happy tears into his chest. Dan was smiling wider than he could
remember ever smiling before as he held her to him and rocked back and forth. “And
the best part is, I recorded the whole thing!” She looked up.
“Did you not notice the
camera?” Phil asked.
“Well, I did, but I figured
it was just left from filming a video,” she replied.
Dan grinned. “Nope. It’s
been recording the whole time.”
She smiled and wiped the
tears off her face. “Oh my gosh!” She held Dan tightly around the torso. “You
are amazing! Both of you!” She went up on her tiptoes and gave her now-fiancé a
kiss. He closed the gap—being significantly taller than her—eagerly kissing her
“Okay you two! Get a
room!” Phil teased.
Keeping his arm around
her shoulders, Dan pulled closer her in front of the camera. “She said yes!” he
exclaimed, taking her hand and holding it up to show off the ring.
She laughed and rested
her head against his chest. “Always,” she agreed. “I can’t think of anyone
better to spend the rest of my life with.” Dan smiled and pressed a kiss
against her forehead and waved at the camera.
“Say goodbye to the
future Mrs. Howell!”
She waved too. “Bye
internet! I’m sure we’ll see you soon!”
Phil dodged behind the
camera and hit the record button to turn it off—and also turned off the
microphone. He slipped out of the room as Dan and his new fiancée a giant,
smothering hug while she giggled and cried at the same time until she started hiccupping.
Dan laughed. “Are you alright?” he asked with an amused grin.
enthusiastically. “Yeah—I’m just so happy I don’t know what to do or say!”
“Well, you already said
yes, so I guess now all that’s left is to marry me.”