Welcome to my hell (also known as attempting to pretend like every Harry Styles song isn't my favorite.) Today, I'll be ranking all of Harry's solo songs in an attempt to summon HS2 because, well, I need it. Enjoy.
In order to survive this much-longer-than-18-months hiatus, I find myself replaying every song One Direction has ever recorded about twelve times a day. Now, before you say it, it’s not a problem, it’s a choice. A choice that I continue to make against my better judgment every single day. Below is a list of my absolute favorite songs recorded by my five favorite idiots. They are in no particular order because these songs are like my children, and it just wouldn’t be right to rank them in such a way.
I’m a busy college student balancing a writing side hustle and a full-time job. That doesn’t leave a lot of time to the imagination, yet still, an overflowing bookcase greets me each morning. On it are hundreds of books I wish I had the time to curl up and get lost in. However, lately, these books have seen more time on my “to-read” list than actually in my hands.
“I can’t just sit by and do nothing when you’re suffering so much.”
Shawn Michaels is a mere wrestling superstar to most, but to me, he was the catalyst for change that I so desperately needed. Something about him spoke to me so deeply. I watched him, studied him, and after a while, I felt like I knew him. Something about him was so raw, so real, and so easy to get lost in. It wasn’t just a character, it was a piece of him that drew so many in.
Batman has been a major figure in comic book history for over 80 years, yet still, his full origin, his villains, and even those closest to him remain somewhat of a mystery to the audience. It is human nature that we will often create explanations for ourselves when none are available. Sometimes, we do it just to keep things interesting.