Harry Styles got two new tattoos in Dublin yesterday.
The One Direction star - who already has several pieces of body art including a star, the letter A, and a clothes hanger - has revealed he got the words 'Things I Can' inked on the inside of one arm, and 'Things I Can't' on the other.
The 18-year-old Live While We're Young singer told Irish chat show The Late Late Show last night: "I've got one on my arms here [pointing to inside of arms]; I got it today."
Harry declined to show off his markings saying they were still bandaged up and did not explain what the new tattoos mean.
But his bandmate Niall Horan dryly said: "It's a London thing."
Harry wasn't the only member of the boyband to get tattoos in the city.
Louis Tomlinson told fans on twitter that he and Liam Payne both got matching tattoos of screws yesterday, to match existing ones already inked on their bandmates Harry and Zayn Malik.
"So Me and Liam joined the crew yesterday and got two screw tattoo's on our ankles, now we all have it except Niall! Come on @NiallOfficial," he tweeted.
Niall is said to have a fear of needles and refused to join the other boys as they got inked.
During their appearance Harry revealed he is not looking for a girlfriend but wouldn't hesitate if he found the right girl.
"It's not like I'm looking for someone, I just think that if I met someone who I liked, then yeah," he said.
"I've never lied about having a girlfriend. I think if you lie, people just want to prove you wrong, so you might as well tell the truth."
Meanwhile, bandmate Niall has admitted his ideal first date would be to take a girl to a theme park.
The One Direction star - rumoured to be dating US X Factor judge Demi Lovato - would like to take a girl on a "crazy" date, as he would not enjoy a simple meal in a restaurant.
"I can be quite cheesy," he said. "My ideal first date would be to do something fun and a bit crazy, like go to a theme park.
"I'd give her lots of cuddles. I wouldn't want to go somewhere to eat - that would be way too awkward."
Any girl who is interested in Niall would have to make their way through throngs of screaming girls, but he admits he and his bandmates have got used to their fans behaviour now.
"We have hundreds of girls screaming at us but we don't know any different," he added to Top of the Pops magazine.
"That sounds like rubbish, but it's not. Even yesterday, there were about 600 girls who congregated from 6am to see us. It's crazy."