Watch Harry Styles give dating advice to a fan during a concert
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Well, here comes Harry Styles, casually continuing to be the king of my dreams. On Wednesday night, the “Watermelon Sugar” frontman took his Love on Tour concert in Saint Paul, MN, off to offer a lucky fan some dating advice, and that’s exactly what I needed to hear about it. moment as handcuff season is fast approaching. It all started when Harry swept through the crowd and spotted a poster that read “Should I text him?” in handwriting in all caps. Despite the thunderous boos from the audience in response to the question, Harry seemed instantly invested and asked an interesting question: “Is he nice to you?” He asked. A pretty apt response from the songwriter of “Treat People With Kindness”, isn’t it?
“If there is games, garbage, garbage, garbage, not for you.”
Harry didn’t stop there, however; he then declared his sage and did not filter two cents on the matter. “In my opinion, if you were to [text him], it’s not even a question, âhe began. “If we’re like, ‘Should I text him? Shouldn’t I text him? I can’t text him too soon. Now we’re thinking of double texting, and that’s a whole different risky business. Now he’s rejected it, so technically he’s the last one to do something about it. . . . That’s a whole. “A little crazy how my future husband already knows my anxious inner dialogue so well, even though he has never met before! But then came the real zinger. While adorably walking the stage, Harry concludes: if there is games, garbage, garbage, garbage, not for you.
“Should I text him?” Â»BIN BIN BIN BIN !!@Harry Styles pic.twitter.com/B2cvfzzAKW
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If the quote sounds familiar to you, it’s because it’s a phrase spoken by Allie’s mother in Notebook in reference to Noah – so yes, that means Harry watched the movie at least a few times to remember it by heart. Double fainting. I can stubbornly ignore my friends when they try to convince me that my Hinge game match is actually “trash,” but now that Harry has publicly proclaimed the sentiment, there’s a chance it’ll stick this time around. Alexa, play Harry Styles’ Adore You all the way, please and thank you.