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Louis: Black-and-white wasn’t Aesthetic enough for you? You really had to go and take away the only other color you even use?

Harry: Oh, you mean my instagram? I’ve been planning that one for months. I think the fans are really enjoying it.

Louis: …months? For little white squares? Really?

Harry: “Little white squares.” It’s not just about the black-and-white, Lewis. It’s visual contrast. *snort* You probably think Jackson Pollock’s Lavender Mist is just a bunch of paint splattered on a canvas.

Louis: You’ve officially lost me, love. We’re still talking about instagram, right?

Harry: Yes! I have a whole notebook dedicated to Instagram ideas, wanna see? 

*Proudly displays Lisa Frank sticker-covered notebook with “Harry’s Deep Thoughts” scrawled on the front*

I have a whole posting timeline worked out for the next six months.

Louis: …oh my god.

Harry: Look, I even drew diagrams in the back!

Louis: Harry. I’m going to kiss you now. But before I do, I need you to know that I hate you and everything you stand for.

Harry: …

Louis: OK come here.

Your fave is problematic: Misha Collins
  • Bed head level: advanced
  • Records videos in his bed
  • Records videos in his bathtub
  • Squints when he takes his selfies
  • Has eyes so blue that Tim Omundson wants to dive into them and swim
  • Causes premature ventricular contractions
  • Wears that leather jacket (rude, rude, rude)
  • Makes a website that narrows his location to a continent
  • Calls you “sunshine” and reminds you to be kind to yourself, always
He was so nice. Honestly, he walked up to me out of nowhere at Billboard awards, and no one does that. Like, in country music they do in the states, but in pop music people are very like too cool for school most of the time. So I thought it was really–he’s such a nice gentleman and he was so kind. I wrote a song for them on their first record and so it was really nice, he came up and thanked me and he was just such a gentleman.
—  Kelly Clarkson on meeting Harry at the Billboard music awards in 2015.