Waiting and Waiting

(c) One Direction Philippines

Yes, what you’re looking at right now is indeed correct, One Direction in Manila on March 21st, 2015. I know what you’re thinking; OMDYGSJMSNDJFCNSMSNJ SJNEJSNJXMS,.2,,3,.3.,..;;””/..L;;.LL’/;;;;12/2//.;;;]

Virtual spasms are enough ladies, THEY’RE COMING. THEY’RE FINALLY COMING. I know it’s a lot to take in, but it’s worth it! We’ve been waiting so long for this and it’s finally happening, and I’d like to thank (“not only God but Jesus”) One Direction Philippines for doing their best to get them here, and for everything they’ve done for us! You ladies have done so much for us and we truly do appreciate all your hard work.

First things first (“I’m the realest”), wow. That is all I can say at the moment. To be ecstatic about this is an understatement (even though it may seem like I’m bored because of all the periods, sorry BUT I REALLY AM SO HAPPY AHHHH). I’ve been waiting years and years for this to happen, and I finally got what I’ve always wanted and dreamed of. I knew they would come sooner or later, but I didn’t expect it to be this soon! I’m the happiest person (and tons of other fans are too, don’t hate me) on earth at the moment, and I would like to thank One Direction for being that source of happiness.

The first time I ever heard of them was back in 2011 and I found them on Total Girl, a Filipino teen magazine, and the first thing I said was, “hey who’s that, they’re really cute”, and I was not wrong with that statement at all. Once I looked them up on Google, I became obsessed with knowing every single teeny-tiny thing about each one of them. I found out that Liam only had one kidney, Niall was Irish, Harry had four nipples, Louis was the eldest, that Zayn was Muslim, and lots and lots of “1D facts” Google tabs on the computer. Next thing I know, I’ve dedicated almost my whole life to them. I may be exaggerating that, and I may be obsessed, but their one of my sources of happiness, and that’s all that matters.

I’m just very proud of everything that they’ve done and what they’ve achieved, and it’s such a great feeling to know that you’re idols and inspirations will actually be going to your country and that you’ll actually get to see them perform live! I’m over the moon about everything happening right now, and am itching to watch them. It’s been my dream to have them perform here, let alone visit the country, and I don’t have the words to describe what I’m feeling at the moment. Everything is just too much for me to even register it all in my head. Everything has been absolutely incredible.

Now, I’ve seen a lot of people on Twitter complaining on and on and on about how ‘rich’ people and/or celebrities don’t deserve to watch them, and I’d just like to say that IF SOMEONE LIKES AN ARTIST AND WANTS TO WATCH THEM, THEN LET THEM. Imagine getting told that you don’t deserve to see your idols perform, sucks right? Just because they don’t show their support for them often, doesn’t mean they aren’t allowed to watch them. Perhaps they’re huge fans of their music! Not many of you considered that, have you? I’m not saying that the fans don’t deserve to watch them, not at all, I’m just trying to get my point across that if someone wants to support an artist they like, they may do as they’d like. You aren’t supposed to bring others down just to support your idol/s, it’s not very polite. You don’t have a say in what they can and can’t like. Just trying to get you all back down to Planet Earth.

Anyway, are any of you guys planning to go to the Ticket Launch on May 23rd at the Mall of Asia Arena? If so, tell me below! You never know, you might find me…

For more details, click here!

P.S. Kisses from my sunshine (◕‿-)


-C .x

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