To the anon that sent me the message about having gone to the Wembley concert on the 7th of June…

…I didn’t ignore your ask! My phone just messed up my reply and now both your message and its answer are gone.

I hope you’ll see this.
Just re-send me your ask or come off-anon (if you’d like) so it’ll be easier for me to pin you down. If not, I’ll get back to you on that soon and re-post my reply as a text post.
Sorry!

highwaistedhope asked:

Any tips for the 1D stadium tours? Like how far in advanced did you get there so you could park?

Hey there.

Well, I didn’t need to park. I went to the Wembley concert and got there via subway. So maybe I’m not the best person to ask. But I arrived there with about two hours to spare. Generally speaking, there were already lots of people “waiting in line”. So I’d say you can never get to a One Direction concert too early.

Anyways, it really depends on where you’re going and what the parking facilities are like there. Maybe try and gather some information about that?

Sorry for the lack of tips…

Have fun, though - and enjoy the hell out of your concert!

sofiacopppola:

i saw one direction in concert and i still don’t believe they’re real

YES.
I went there thinking it would be a relief to realize they’re made of flesh and blood, but experienced the whole thing without ever GETTING their existence and therefore walked out unchanged.
But also completely different. And shell-shocked. And addicted. And empty. And full.

And with the unfortunate knowledge what it’s like to experience major concert withdrawal symptoms.


"Something I love about having had some success is being able to treat my friends, but I would hate for anyone to think I was trying to show off. I paid off my mom’s mortgage and bought her a car - things that I knew she needed - but I don’t buy extravagant gifts all the time. I tried to give money to my dad, but he wouldn’t take it. He’ll barely take a Christmas present off of me. I want to do up the house he lives in, but at the same time I don’t want to be that idiot who walks in and throws money around. When I go to the pub with my mates we just buy rounds - the way it should be. I’m not going to be ordering bottles of champagne. It’s just not me."
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"Something I love about having had some success is being able to treat my friends, but I would hate for anyone to think I was trying to show off. I paid off my mom’s mortgage and bought her a car - things that I knew she needed - but I don’t buy extravagant gifts all the time. I tried to give money to my dad, but he wouldn’t take it. He’ll barely take a Christmas present off of me. I want to do up the house he lives in, but at the same time I don’t want to be that idiot who walks in and throws money around. When I go to the pub with my mates we just buy rounds - the way it should be. I’m not going to be ordering bottles of champagne. It’s just not me."
Zoom Info

"Something I love about having had some success is being able to treat my friends, but I would hate for anyone to think I was trying to show off. I paid off my mom’s mortgage and bought her a car - things that I knew she needed - but I don’t buy extravagant gifts all the time. I tried to give money to my dad, but he wouldn’t take it. He’ll barely take a Christmas present off of me. I want to do up the house he lives in, but at the same time I don’t want to be that idiot who walks in and throws money around. When I go to the pub with my mates we just buy rounds - the way it should be. I’m not going to be ordering bottles of champagne. It’s just not me."

So basically this probably won’t be of interest to anyone since it’s been a good few months, but I’ve got some pics of my first ever One Direction concert at Wembley back in June.
They’re really shitty, to be perfectly honest. But you’re gonna have to deal with them anyway. Oh, and like them if you’re feeling extra sympathetic.

That’s about it for my pointless piece of information.