Zarry serenading each other (✿◠‿◠)

You’re invited to join Harry, Liam, Louis, Niall, and Zayn for their celebration dinner. Would you like to attend?
— (via daysundercover)
zainmulik:

dudski:

FUN FACTS ABOUT THIS LIST: 
Every other artist on this list has been active longer than anyone in One Direction has been alive, and all but two of them had a #1 album to their name before anyone in One Direction was born.
The $230m figure for WWA is actually only a mid-tour (through St. Louis) number from this article, which expected WWA to place higher by end of tour - the gross on WWA’s Wikipedia page, which is updated through Charlotte, suggests the tour will end up as the thirteenth highest-grossing of all time.
WWA took place over 69 shows and 164 days, making it the fastest tour to reach the top 20 by either measure. The average number of shows for the top twenty is 154, more than twice as many as WWA.
Despite the fact that it made the top twenty with so few shows, WWA was cheaper per ticket than most of the tours on the list.
So if it was cheaper and shorter, how did WWA make the list? The sheer number of fans who showed up - One Direction’s average attendance is the second-highest on the list, behind only U2’s 360 Tour.
(THE FINE PRINT: Wikipedia, Wikipedia, Wikipedia, inflation, Wikipedia, the attendance numbers for some of the other tours on the list are either unavailable or obviously estimates, something is up with Wikipedia’s cumulative attendance numbers for WWA and fuck if I know what it is, when final tour numbers are in WWA’s average attendance will be lower if you don’t exclude the much-smaller Tulsa and Charlotte shows, I’m just a bored person with nothing better to do at work, Wikipedia. Also: WIKIPEDIA.)

i was never soo proud in my life

zainmulik:

dudski:

FUN FACTS ABOUT THIS LIST

  • Every other artist on this list has been active longer than anyone in One Direction has been alive, and all but two of them had a #1 album to their name before anyone in One Direction was born.
  • The $230m figure for WWA is actually only a mid-tour (through St. Louis) number from this article, which expected WWA to place higher by end of tour - the gross on WWA’s Wikipedia page, which is updated through Charlotte, suggests the tour will end up as the thirteenth highest-grossing of all time.
  • WWA took place over 69 shows and 164 days, making it the fastest tour to reach the top 20 by either measure. The average number of shows for the top twenty is 154, more than twice as many as WWA.
  • Despite the fact that it made the top twenty with so few shows, WWA was cheaper per ticket than most of the tours on the list.
  • So if it was cheaper and shorter, how did WWA make the list? The sheer number of fans who showed up - One Direction’s average attendance is the second-highest on the list, behind only U2’s 360 Tour.

(THE FINE PRINT: Wikipedia, Wikipedia, Wikipedia, inflation, Wikipedia, the attendance numbers for some of the other tours on the list are either unavailable or obviously estimates, something is up with Wikipedia’s cumulative attendance numbers for WWA and fuck if I know what it is, when final tour numbers are in WWA’s average attendance will be lower if you don’t exclude the much-smaller Tulsa and Charlotte shows, I’m just a bored person with nothing better to do at work, Wikipedia. Also: WIKIPEDIA.)

i was never soo proud in my life