ugh her shoes

girl's night out
  • Hermione: Prove to me you can make a female friend. What about her?
  • Pansy: Ugh the girl with the bangs? Any chick who does that to her hair is going through a big life transition I don't want to hear about. Next time grow your bangs long enough to cover your mouth. I'll pass.
  • Hermione: Ok well what about her?
  • Pansy: Ugh, comfortable shoes? What are you filibustering later? It's after five, put on some heels. I'll pass.

if youre scared of cosplaying something because you saw this ridiculosly good cosplayer once and now your faith in yourself is ruined forever clap your hands

  • Hermione: Prove to me you can make a female friend. What about her?
  • Pansy: Ugh the girl with the bangs? Any chick who does that to her hair is going through a big life transition I don't want to hear about. Next time grow your bangs long enough to cover your mouth. I'll pass.
  • Hermione: Ok well what about her?
  • Pansy: Ugh, comfortable shoes? What are you filibustering later? It's after five, put on some heels. I'll pass.
Breathe

Another crappy day, another crappy interview. Sometimes I felt like writing out my own set of questions to hand out to the people asking them, because these people asked the same ones every time:

“Who’s your celebrity crush?”

“How have you boys been dealing with this dramatic life change?”

“If you had never applied to X-Factor, what do you think your life would be like now?”

“What are your pre-show rituals?”

“What do you guys look for in a girl?”

And of course the occasional interview with rude, sexual questions that are often too personal for my liking.

I probably had them all memorized now. It’s all incredibly pathetic. They could interview me in my sleep and I’d still be able to give them a well thought out, coherent response that wouldn’t ruin my reputation.

We had been touring in America for the past few weeks and our last stop was Los Angeles. It was probably the only place in which we’ve stopped and stayed for more than two days. Normally, as it had been in other cities around the country, we’d arrive, chill for a bit, perform and do all that good stuff then promptly head back into the bus that would take us to yet another venue in a different time zone.

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