Harry Photo Diary » Heathrow Airport 28th January
hhaah harry soo cute
impossible to resist.
Like seriously? Come on girls… They’ve been away from home for ages and only have a few weeks before they have to go out on tour again. Not to mention they have a second album to record and a WORLD TOUR happening in the next 12 to 18 months. The least you can do is respect their need for time off with their family.
Think about everything that they do for us. Early morning interviews on only a couple of hours sleep because they played a show the night before. Travelling all over the world without a break for months on end. Stopping for pictures and autographs when they’re out and about. THEY DO NOT GET A BREAK. THEY ARE TIRED. Did you not see the Heathrow pictures? They looked shattered. Niall had food poisoning for God’s sake and he was still taking pictures with fans.
And yeah, I get that they chose to be singers and they chose to tour and all that but still… they have a right to privacy and time off with their families when they finally have the chance.
I seriously doubt that you’re making a good impression on the boys and their families by camping outside their house. It’s not going to want to make them marry you. In fact it’s more likely making them want to call the police. It’s not going to be some cute story you tell your kids 10 years from now because who the fuck wants to hear that their Mum met their Dad by sleeping on his lawn.
It’s not cute. It’s not showing your support. It’s not funny. It’s just downright disrespectful and, to be quite frank, CREEPY. Not only to the boys but to their families as well. My Dad has been away for about three months now and I can sure as hell tell you that when I finally get to see him I do not want to be surrounded by random members of society. I just want to spend time with him. I’m sure it would be pretty much the same for the boys, their parents and siblings, etc.
Sorry for the rant but some of you so-called ‘Directioners’ need to grow the fuck up and show your appreciation for the boys by giving them the time they need with their families.