selling girlfriends

yrx  asked:

Do you plan to sell necklaces? My girlfriend loves this type of crystals...

Yes yes! 😊 my jewlery is all sold out right now except a couple of rings, but my next shop update will have lots of necklaces and new rings, too! 😁

Harry dodges girl questions...
  • 16 April 2012 - Herald Sun interview with Zayn & Harry
  • Herald Sun: Have you been texting Taylor Swift?
  • Harry: [silence for 5 seconds]
  • Herald Sun: Wow, dramatic pause.
  • Harry: .........we met in America, she's nice.
  • ---
  • Herald Sun: Do you have to worry about girlfriends selling stories about you guys?
  • Harry: You meet people. Friends of people.
  • ---
  • Herald Sun: You like older ladies?
  • Zayn: That's more so Harry.
  • Harry: It's not more so ME.
  • Zayn: Yeah, he likes an older woman.
  • Harry: Sometimes.
  • Herald Sun: You like them most ages?
  • Zayn: [laughs]
  • Harry: NO, not most ages!
  • Zayn: What's your rule, Harry?
  • Harry: Let's move on, shall we!
  • Zayn: Anything younger than-
  • Harry: No.

anonymous asked:

What is wrong with her !! Crystal can't be seen anywhere with out putting on a pose ! those pics of them at the PRE grammy awards look so uncomfortable ! (shy my ass) !! and no i don't give a fuck about Mystal its just an outsiders observation !

Yes, it’s very posed. She knows what she is doing, she isn’t shy when it comes to publicity because she’s been photographed with clients like Ed Westwick. They are trying to sell the shy girlfriend narrative because it looks good for the GP. They won’t look into the relationship and they won’t know what looks real and what looks fake in pictures.


Dream Ghost - Michael Hyatt with Amber Riley & Ricki Lake

You’ve seen this somewhere before…Merriam-Webster gives a definition of “trope” as a “figure of speech.” In storytelling, a trope is just that — a conceptual figure of speech, a storytelling shorthand for a concept that the audience will recognize and understand instantly. Above all, a trope is a convention. It can be a plot trick, a setup, a narrative structure, a character type, a linguistic idiom… you know it when you see it. Tropes are not inherently disruptive to a story; however, when the trope itself becomes intrusive, distracting the viewer rather than serving as shorthand, it has become a cliché.