Put Your Records On (Punk!Louis and Flower-Child!Harry)

Put Your Records On (Punk!Louis and Flower-Child!Harry)

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Daquiri By LemonGirl11 Completed

Louis Tomlinson has never been the ideal person. With multiple piercings and tattoos covering most of his body, people were constantly shaking their head at him. He owned a small tattoo parlour, known for it's "No questions asked" policy. He would give anyone any kind of piercing or tattoo they want without judgement.

When he does an anti-gay tattoo for a young girl, he makes an enemy in the process. Harry Styles, one of the most popular gay-rights activists in the world. He's known for his ability to charm people of both genders and his openness. Louis thought Harry was just a dreamer with his head in the clouds and unrealistic hopes.

When Harry writes an article bashing Louis for allowing that young girl to get a tattoo, Louis never expected him to actually come into the tattoo shop and confront him. But what happens when Harry asks for a special favor? Will two opposites be able to deal for the better of the world, or will their differences be too much?

  • destiny
  • fate
  • hardcore
  • hippe
  • hipster
  • louis
  • love
  • metal
  • punk
  • rock
  • tattoo
-_- haribo do you like want me to smack you so hard your mermaid tattoo swims back into the ocean
mixharold mixharold Mar 15
WRITE IT ON HER ASS AND WHEN SHES OLDER AND HAS A GIRLFRIEND SHE WILL HAVE A GOOOOOOD LIFE HAHA nigga
Sweetie the bible also  says your body is a temple and that you shouldn't tarnish it stop being a homophobe telling them its a sin when you are commiting a scean too by getting that tatto so...bitch bye gurl read up on your holy scripture
DaughterOfUniverse DaughterOfUniverse Aug 28, 2016
I'm thinking bout Andy Biersack when the narrator describes Louis
deannaLove001 deannaLove001 Sep 16, 2016
Bitch, nigga aint no 13 yr old can get a tattoo at that age.
andreae_310 andreae_310 Jun 09, 2016
You got my son's name wrong. Its Harry Edward Styles not Harold Edward Styles