We're *pretty* sure it's that beardy man from yesterday...
As if we weren't suffering from innapppropriate thoughts enough already, Cosmopolitan magazine have gone and put One Direction on the cover under the word ORGASM, which has given us a pretty flustery start to the day if we're honest.
After picking up their award for Ultimate Men Of The Year at the Cosmo Ultimate Women Awards earlier this month, the mag cornered the boys to quiz them about their women, and they didn't hold back.
Harry Styles admitted being called a ladies' man doesn't annoy him; "I feel so lucky to be in this position, I’m not entitled to get annoyed. I’m not half as busy as they make me out to be! A lot of the time, the way it’s portrayed is that I only see women in a sexual way. But I grew up with just my mum and sister, so I respect women a lot.”
He went on to say that he's even got his charming eyes on someone at the moment - but he's keeping it a secret. Dag nammit.
"“There's someone I like... but this girl... isn't my 'type’. It’s more about the person. How they act, their body language, if they can laugh at themselves. I find ambition really attractive too – if someone’s good at something they love doing. I want someone who is driven.”
Niall Horan's also seemingly surrounded by women, but says he's "not really a flirt."
"I just try to be myself," he went on.
"I’ve got loads of good female friends, like Tulisa, but every time I’m pictured with her, people say we’re going out. I don’t really have a type, but for banter she’s brilliant. She loves playing PlayStation. Tulisa is cool as f**k. [With women, I don't get] why everything is always a game.”
AGH. The full interview appears in the December issue of British Cosmopolitan (on sale 8th November). Watch the behind the scenes footage at www.cosmopolitan.co.uk/onedirection
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