I’m Jelllyyy of Tyler Oakley.
Okay, before some crazy girl hates on this post claiming that I am hating on Tyler, I will address the fact that I absolutely love Tyler, and though I have never met him I believe he is a really sweet guy. <3 But, I will admit that I am completely, 100% jelly of him. Hung out with 1D twice?! Omfg. I can’t even. I fangirl every single day over 1D, and I would LOVE to meet them. And, I have to applaud Tyler at how well he handled the whole “met his idols” sort of thing. I would be crying, screaming, pissing my pants, the whole sha-bang. Anyways, I have to express how much I would love to meet 1D. I mean, just watching videos of them literally brings me to tears. (Is that bad?) My parents have told me my obsession is unhealthy (not even joking) and I’m not allowed to mention the boys in the house. I talk in secret code. Lol. Byeeee. Love you! tyleroakley
EWWWW. That is usually my reaction when I come across those fan fiction Tumblr blogs. Now, I am not gonna lie, I am a die-hard directioner. And when you are a directioner, you have probably once in your life come across a graphic fan fiction. I have. The only reason you should be ashamed is if you write graphic fan fics. I mean. EWWW! You are a disgusting human being. I love 1D, but I don’t want to read about Harry Styles seducing me on a kitchen table! WTF?! So, I’m going to ask all those NASTY directioners out there to please stop. Or at least stop tagging your fan fictions with innocent tags. Because, when I’m looking for 1D picture preferences about a snow day, I DON’T want to see a gif of Harry hip-thrusting with a dirty fan fic. I want to see a gif of Harry hip-thrusting without a dirty fan fic. Now, don’t judge me.
Let’s be real.
I was looking through my favorite fashion magazine, Teen Vogue, and it was the holiday gift guide issue. I was circling the items I liked, not bothering to look at the prices. But, when I did glance over them, I noticed a pajama set for $300. Not even joking. It is not realistic at all. What teen has three hundred dollars to drop on pajamas? And, I understand that it is a gift, but who wants to buy three hundred dollar pajamas for their teen who will eventually grow out of them? The magazine should be relatable to teen girls, and most teen girls make, if anything, minimum wage. Shouldn’t they feature cute presents that are $25 to $100 dollars? That makes much more sense, considering the target age for their magazine. Does this make sense to you, or am I crazy?