Louis likes tea, tattoos and music, he’s content in his own little shop, that is until there’s Harry who feels like he’s trapped in the footsteps of his father, taking over the business and working is really all Liam ever does, he likes things planned out and organized, he’s got his girlfriend and his flat and everything is pretty good for Zayn, who mostly likes girls, writing, and sleeping but then there’s just something about Niall, who somehow binds them all together.
He’s the kid who wears loose tank tops and snapbacks and seems to remember everyone even though he’s surrounded by so many people, all of them craving his attention. He’ll never be tied down by one person though, he’s defiantly not that guy.or Niall and Zayn are fratboys, Liam is a TA, Louis is a tattooed punk-rocker who owns a music shop and Harry is the son of a millionaire.
What begins with an innocent movie night progresses into a nightmare, with Louis at the centre of it. He’s never believed in monsters, but he doesn’t really have much choice once one starts following him around.
Someone probably should have stopped the five of them from living together in one house.
Extended summary: Zayn listens to Mariah Carey; Liam dates douchebags; Niall’s addicted to his computer — and baristas; Louis just wants a car; and Harry just wants to move out of his dorm room.
Part 2 of cosmopolitan and One Direction in New York
I liked the shows I went to; I wish I could go to more. But the thing I remember is the girls. New Jersey Transit runs special trains to the Meadowlands for MetLife shows, and they brought out extra staff to direct girls through the gates to Secaucus. Knots of New Jersey…