what tHE FUCK
what tHE FUCK
I hope the people who talked shit about Louis yesterday feel ashamed of themselves.
Let the record show, he was a complete angel to the teenage girls & paps swarming him.
Unlike the other pap who was trying to start trouble between the boys. So..yeah.
the stigma attached to “shipping larry” wouldn’t exist if people could respect the fourth wall it’s so dumb
Being on Twitter in the early days used to be an invitation to talk, not a mandatory part of the job description that invited harassment. I miss Twitter circa 2007 when celebs followed everyone back (Britney and Stephen Fry both did when they first started out). There was no such thing as social media training, and due to platform novelty and a lack of spammy noise you could still have proper discussions with celebs. Follows and replies didn’t assign fans status like they do now, because social media fan culture didn’t exist yet. People didn’t tweet every single day trying to get a follow.
Twitter as a celeb communication medium now feels so pointless—just another way to feel ~close~ to somebody without any real interaction occurring. Obviously that’s not true for smaller name celebs like Felicia Day or Graham Linehan or Said the Whale, but all you need to do is look at someone like Stephen Fry, going from Twitter participant, to quitting Twitter due to criticism (some of it valid tbf), to coming back mostly to promote charities.
I like Twitter as it was envisaged, a way to communicate between groups of friends and local social networks. I don’t like Twitter as it is now, just another platform to promote increasingly invasive celebrity culture.
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Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing AU in which Louis is Beatrice, Harry is Benedict, Liam is Claudio, Zayn is Hero and Niall is the Duke.
Or the one in which the only thing Louis and Harry can agree on is that love is the sport of fools. Oh, and they hate each other with the fire of a thousand suns. Everyone else therefore decides to make them fall in love- with each other. Schemes, soliloquies, mistaken identities and as many lines of the original text as possible appear in this insult to Shakespeare’s greatest rom com.
A thousand apologies.
YOU GUYS OMFG IM NOT WVEN A FAN NUT HES SO NICE pic.twitter.com/HSYeDg44VL