Joker trying to convince her that she doesn’t need to go out on a date with some guy, he’s all she needs.
♦“Princess why would you go out with some punk who doesn’t care about you” ♦“Princess he only wants one thing you’re not leaving with him” ♦Joker sitting on her bed watching her get ready in complete sorrow ♦“Is it something I did?” ♦Joker yelling at Harley asking if he did something ♦“He will never treat you as well as I do” ♦Her ignoring him and putting on makeup ♦“Princess you don’t need him” ♦“He’s a fool if he thinks he’s good enough for you” ♦“I’m not even good enough for you” ♦Harley urging Joker to resort to reserve psychology ♦“Fine go with him, what do I care” ♦Joker faking rolling his eyes blabbering on to get your attention
♦Her beginning to walk out the door and him lunging at her ♦“I didnt mean any of that it was your mothers idea” ♦Harley screaming ‘hey!’ in the background ♦Her saying he never lets her have any freedom and if he doesn’t let her go she’ll hate him ♦Joker giving in like a bitch ♦Then later crashing the date and taking her home ♦“You said if I don’t let you go youll hate me but technically I let ya go”
Aaand because Zelda and Shadow look too different to be confused with any of the others (unless Shadow used his shape shifting powers, but that would be cheating), but I didn’t want to leave them out of the costume-swapping shenanigans, here’s a bonus drawing:
First of all, I’m so sorry for answering this late. I’ve been sick and without any will to do anything apart from being miserable ;u;. Second, thank you so much for your sweet words, I don’t usually receive them and I’m actually very thankful.
Clyde and Kenny, oh dear. These are two of the characters I can actually ship with almost everyone (But I do have main ships for both), they’re just so likable and idk.. And here anon, hope you enjoy this <3
get to know me: three/fifteen movies ❤ The Princess Bride ‘’You fool! You fell victim to one of the classic blunders - The most famous of which is ‘never get involved in a land war in Asia’ - but only slightly less well-known is this: ‘Never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line!’’’
I wasn’t a Star Wars fan. I still don’t consider myself a Star Wars fan. But only a fool would underestimate what Princess Leia meant and still means to the empowerment of women in popular culture and how well Carrie Fisher embraced her role to perpetuate this fight for female role models. Rest in peace, Carrie.