here are my favorite versions of one direction songs including remixes, live performances, music boxes, and mash ups! enjoys :~)
Ships: Larry Stylinson/Niam
Summary: When Harry and Louis plan to come out, they both expect it to go smoothly. But it only takes a few crucial seconds to put everything they have at stake.
A/N: This is extremely old and has been on my blog for ages, but I’ve just now organized because I am the queen of procrastination. It’s quite cheesy and unrealistic, but ah well. It was fun. :)
One Direction - Better than Words
a song composed of song titles, this version with the /real/ songs in there
(Based on this post)
Summary: Harry just wants to know what he looks like. (based on this post)
A/N: I don’t usually write such fluffy stuff, but I couldn’t resist
you are under arrest for being attractive and ruining my life
One Direction- Nobody Compares
i’m so happy i’m bringing my post back from the dead
Summary: …And the one time he finally did.
A/N: I’m shit at summaries, sorry.
warnings: dubcon, poor attempts at British slang
"Industry sources forecast the 1D’s album to sell 500,000 copies by the end of the tracking week on Sunday, Dec. 1. The album — which was released on Monday, Nov. 25 — has a possibility of reaching the 525,000 to 550,000 range. The number is a bit hard to pin down, thanks to the marketplace being thrown for a loop by the Thanksgiving holiday, Black Friday-related promotions and holiday shopping festivities.
That said, a start north of 500,000 for Midnight Memories would likely give the group its third No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, following its first two chart-topping albums: “Up All Night” and “Take Me Home.”
Both of those sets were released in 2012, and debuted at No. 1. The former sold 176,000 in its first week, according to Nielsen SoundScan, while the latter opened with 540,000.
The new Billboard 200 chart’s top 10 will be revealed on the morning of Wednesday, Dec. 4.
Amazingly, if One Direction debuts at No. 1, they’ll become the first group since the Monkees in 1967 to reach No. 1 with their first three albums.”