One Direction Boys Shares Their Dreams & Fears

July 12, 2012 By:
One Direction Boys Shares Their Dreams & Fears

So what do the international boyband superstar members of One Direction dream about? Apparently, their nightmare factories turn out thoughts of mediocrity, education, and indecent exposure -- naturally.

Harry Styles and Liam Payne dished some of their most intimate subconscious secrets yesterday in The Sun.

In a state of REM, Styles worries about never having had the opportunity to take the world by storm (which we can assume includes fears of never keeping company with a slew of hot older women), and having to go back to school:

“I had a dream that I woke up in math like that. I’ve never had a dream where I felt famous.”

He assuages his fears of normalcy by touching every famous person that he crosses paths with…. Cause that’s not kind of creepy or anything.

Liam is worried about baring it all in very public places: “I dream of being back at school a lot and have been naked a few times. And I have been in the park naked on a climbing frame.”

Not that most of the world's female (and partially male) populace under the age of 25 wouldn’t love to see the camera phone pics of that indiscretion.

After the dream analysis, the boys had a busy day yesterday at their first photo shoot following their whirlwind tour of our solar system.

And judging from Harry’s tweets, he might have a whole new fear to add to his catalog of nightmare material: choking.

Between takes, the boybander threw back the ever-threatening fruit of the blueberry, and it got stuck in his throat. In two parts he talks about how all his dreams nearly came crashing down:

Good shoot today!! Long day but some great shots, hope you guys like them .x

But I did throw a blueberry to the back of my mouth an choked..

Someone intervened, possible administering the Heimlich Maneuver, we guess?

Anyway, heed the warning, everyone. Life is even more fragile than stardom, and pebble sized squishy fruits.

Oh, and don't be afraid of school, it matters.

So now you know.