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    One Direction Fangirls May Be The Most Bizzarre People On The Internet

    The mind of a teenage girl is a wacky place. Add boy-band-fueled hormones and the internet, and things quickly gets wackier.

    Intense boyband worship is nothing new.

    But Britain's own One Direction has been the target of some pretty intense fangirling lately.

    Directioners do the typical fangirl things like crying at the thought of their favorite band,

    dedicating their bedrooms to their favorite band,

    and doing whatever this is for their favorite band.

    But thanks to the internet, they're also doing stuff like this:

    Which can quickly escalate to this:

    Sometimes they pretend 1D members have identical twins.

    But then it goes kinda far...

    Like, it seriously crosses a line...

    Okay two lines.

    They also occasionally imagine the pretty boys of 1D have a darker side by photoshopping excessive tattoos and piercings into their pictures.

    Because fishing is so alt.

    And when they get really carried away, they add eyeliner and a skateboard--the essential accessories of bad boys everywhere.

    I mean, there are entire tumblrs dedicated to doing nothing more than changing the boys' eye color.

    There are also entire tumblrs dedicated to closely monitoring fictitious romantic relationships between members of the band.

    Which means fangirls say things like this:

    One Direction shipping obviously gets carried away to obscene (sometimes vaguely pornographic) levels, so instead of showing you an example, here's a platypus:

    Sometimes, they play with dolls that look like the band and post the photos for other Directioners to enjoy.

    Oh, wait, no. It is exactly what you were thinking...

    And the things Directioners tweet will make your dialing finger itchy for those three magic numbers.

    Their behavior on the internet makes it easier to understand why things like this happen when Directioners are confronted with their idols in real life:

    So congratulations, Directioners!