60. #60: THE FIRST TIME HE TAKES YOUR BREATH AWAY
#60: THE FIRST TIME HE TAKES YOUR BREATH AWAY.
Louis: It was the time when he came to your house for dinner. He met the parents, and the younger sibling. In no way at all did it really dawn on you that he would be good with children other than his own siblings, but he was amazing with your little sister. He lifted her up, twirled her around, treated her like a princess. You saw how happy it made her to be around him. It made you happy, too, and you stopped breathing.
Niall: It was the first time he picked you up for a date. In no way at all was it a formal or fancy date, so he didn't have to dress up and be the type of 'squeaky clean' guy he never felt like being. Either way, no matter what he was wearing or looking like, his blue eyes seemed to sparkle with excitement and pleasing, specks of green swirling round and round. You felt like the luckiest girl alive, just for making him happy.
Liam: It was that one time when he couldn't stop talking. His mouth was moving in such a pretty way that it stuck you in your place. He was breathing raggedly, his chest rising and falling with every fear and thought he let out of his cluttered mine. He was so passionate about things -- so serious about what he did and so loving towards everything that didn't even love him. He was beautiful, so beautiful, and it froze you.
Zayn: It seemed to be love at first sight. Though you didn't believe in fate, it dawned on you that if you hadn't felt some attraction for him in the beginning, you two would never be together, where you are now. He literally took your breath away when your eyes met. You thought that the slow motion feeling didn't exist. But it did, and you felt it, and it rattled your bones and you could not look away. You could not breathe.
Harry: It happened to be the time he told you he loved you. Straight off the bat, no hesitation whatsoever. Though it was nerve-racking for you, he was calm as a clam, staring right into your eyes and letting everything out without having to second guess himself and his words. Your breath was taken away because he was the first man to ever be so serious about love. He did not pause, he did not stutter. He was serious.