untitled bday fic

A/N: In other words, pappy birthday Ana!!! I wrote you a little something for a pairing I haven’t really written about in a while, so I hope you like it. :)

(Also, just to clear a small detail up in here, ‘James’ is James McVey, not James Maslow.)

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07-24 / 11:57 / 1 note / reblog

Happy 24th Birthday, Jay Mcguiness.

Anonymous asked: Union J

am I a fan?: of course

favorite song: either Save The Last Dance or Tonight (We Live Forever)

favorite album: Union J

favorite lyrics: "It might be dark outside, but you’ll make my sun shine."

favorite video: Tonight (We Live Forever)

favorite member: all of them? I dunno, most days it’s George, but it changes sometimes

seen live?: no (bc they won’t come to the us)

otp?: Jaymi/George

unpopular opinion: I liked their first album? I dunno, some people I know who like them weren’t a fan of the first album, or didn’t give it a chance, and I really liked it. Sure, it was a bit boyband-y, but it was a good sound. But I do also like the direction they’re heading in now, though.

band rate: 9.5/10

send me bands

07-23 / 23:55 / 2 notes / reblog


yeah mom im ok i just dont want to be alive haha


The Glade Gift Exchange Round 1


for wckdaris from wildmalia ◡‿◡✿




I remember when I thought people in their 20’s were adults. Now all of my friends are in their 20’s and everybody is just kind of fumbling around bumping into each other, trying to figure out where the free food is



Are you still doing prompts?, if it’s no bother could you do me a district 3 prompt where Micky is really ill and it gets really bad that he ends up in hospital and maybe throw union J in as well so all the other 6 boys are really worried love you two xx

A/N: This is a really old prompt, but today’s four years since the band formed, so why not write this now?

(Also, I wrote it as Micky getting into an accident instead of being ill, so I hope you don’t mind.)

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Dougie Poynter 2004-2014 some photoshoots

07-23 / 22:59 / 276 notes / dowgie / reblog

“How could you describe a sled without describing a hill and snow; and how could you describe a hill and snow to someone who had never felt height or wind or that feathery, magical cold?” - Lois Lowry, The Giver

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