I still feel sad about One Direction. Granted they're not those same boys from The X Factor anymore, they really were such a great group. They worked well together, harmonized well, and better than any 90s boyband I could remember. It's just a shame they broke up, even though they're doing well being solo artists now.
Back when they were a group, I remember I met them at the stage door of a late-night talk show. My parents and I were in London for the first time. With the help of a friend of mine who moved there when were still in middle school, we were able to get tickets for the taping of the show, specifically for me to see the boys in person. And as it went on, I loved them even more. they sat on the couch and there was even another guest there, an old actor, but I didn't mind him. I was just there to see One D.
They were funny, charming, and so cute. The other guest, the actor, even admitted he was a fan of them. He had great taste cause just by watching them live, I really saw just how perfect a group of human beings they are. If I could date them all, I would. Heck, if I could date just one, I'd already be happy!
After they finished taping, I rushed my parents to go with me to the stage door so I could get their autograph. I nearly fainted when they finally appeared. I had a bunch of posts with me, some from my friend and some I bought myself, and asked them to sign it. And they did! The best part was they were still so darn charming about it. Harry asked, "How are ya doin' luv?" while Niall told me I was sweet to go all the way from America just to see them. I was in cloud nine at that point!
After giving some to my friend in London, I kept most of the signed copies to myself. It was only when they broke up when I decided to sell them online. Whoever buys these, here's to hoping they'll reunite someday! I'll be wishing and praying with y'all!
Please note: Our inventory is limited as we may have only received a few posters in total. Most of our items are obtained from film premieres, studios, and from autographed hounds such as the one in the story above.