general allen

Send me an Old Hollywood actor
  • Jean Harlow: Do you have a garden? If so, what kind of plants do you have?
  • Humphrey Bogart: Do you travel a lot? Where have you been?
  • Myrna Loy: Do you like going to parties?
  • Spencer Tracy: What time do you wake up?
  • Grace Kelly: What do you do when you're bored?
  • Jimmy Stewart: Do you have a good sense of humor?
  • Veronica Lake: List some random facts about your physical appearance.
  • Gary Cooper: Do you talk a lot?
  • Jean Arthur: Do you have any siblings?
  • Clark Gable: Are you an introvert or an extrovert? A bit of both? Something else entirely?
  • Barbara Stanwyck: What are your hobbies?
  • Cary Grant: Do you have any pets? Have you ever had any?
  • Gene Tierney: What are three things you like about yourself?
  • Bing Crosby: Can you sing or play a musical instrument? Would you like to?
  • Katharine Hepburn: Who do you admire? Why?
  • Fred Astaire: What are your favorite sports?
  • Ginger Rogers: Is there anything you've said that you'd like to take back?
  • Gregory Peck: What is your dream job?
  • Audrey Hepburn: What are your favorite quotes?
  • Donald O'Connor: What is your favorite ice cream/sorbet flavor?
  • Carole Lombard: What makes you laugh?
  • William Powell: Describe your hairstyle.
  • Bette Davis: Do you hold grudges?
  • Frank Sinatra: What countries would you like to visit?
  • Lauren Bacall: Do you like to read? If so, what are your favorite books?
  • James Cagney: What would you call your autobiography?
  • Rita Hayworth: What is your middle name?
  • Peter Lorre: How many languages do you speak?
  • Irene Dunne: What does your neutral face look like?
  • Henry Fonda: If you could do anything for anyone, what would you do?
  • Lucille Ball: What are some of your favorite jokes?
  • Jack Lemmon: What is/was your favorite subject in school?
  • Marilyn Monroe: Do you like your name? Why or why not?
  • Gene Kelly: What color are your eyes?
  • Greta Garbo: Do you get sick easily or a lot?
  • Joel McCrea: Describe your laugh.
  • Debbie Reynolds: What are you afraid of?
  • Dick Powell: Are you a night owl or a morning person?
  • Elizabeth Taylor: What is your religion?
  • S.Z. "Cuddles" Sakall: What was the best year of your life so far?
  • Joan Bennett: Do you worry much about your appearance?
  • Robert Taylor: Describe your family.
  • Eleanor Powell: Describe your bedroom and post a picture if you want.
  • George Burns: List some random facts about yourself in general.
  • Gracie Allen: What is your shoe size?
  • Montgomery Clift: How tall are you?
  • Lana Turner: What are you allergic to anything?
  • Paul Henreid: Are you a coffee person or a tea person?
  • Hedy Lamarr: As a child, did you have one article of clothing that you absolutely loved (like wouldn't take it off type of thing)? What was it?
  • Claude Rains: Do you wear makeup on a daily basis?
  • Cyd Charisse: If you had to describe yourself in only a few lines, what would you say?
  • Peter Lawford: What are your pet peeves?
  • Vera-Ellen: Who are you jealous of?
  • Buster Keaton: Are you easily offended?
  • Paulette Goddard: Give a sample of your handwriting.
  • Bob Hope: Do you have any dietary restrictions (vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, Kosher, etc.)?
  • Dorothy Lamour: Say what are you live in, but be broad (e.g.: American Southwest, Maritimes, Central Europe, North America…)
  • Charlie Chaplin: What kind of people get on your nerves?
  • Ruby Keeler: What are your gender and preferred set of pronouns?
  • Tyrone Power: Do you have any stuffed animals? What kind of animals are they? What are their names?
  • Joan Blondell: Are you at all nostalgic or sentimental?
  • Ronald Colman: Do you know any songs/poems/passages from novels or stories by heart? What are they?
  • Ingrid Bergman: Are you good at doing impressions of people?
  • Mickey Rooney: What book are you reading at the moment?
  • Judy Garland: Do you believe in an Afterlife?
  • Groucho Marx: Do you tend to be sarcastic/ironic?
  • Jeanette MacDonald: Do you prefer warm or cold weather?
  • Harpo Marx: Do you talk a lot? Too much?
  • Joan Crawford: Write a poem describing one or many of these three things: your eyebrows, a baked potato, a yellow tie-dye sock.
  • Chico Marx: Can you change your voice/fake accents?
  • Mary Martin: Can you cook/bake at all?
  • Zeppo Marx: Do you think you're funny?
  • Mary Tyler Moore: What are your parents' first names?
  • Edward G. Robinson: Draw a self portrait.
  • Doris Day: Who do you miss?
  • Dick Van Dyke: Can you sew/knit/crochet/etc.?
  • Janet Leigh: What are some things that you feel guilty being happy about?
  • Basil Rathbone: What is one belief/conviction you'll never give up?

I finally saw Justice League and here are a few highlights

- Barry Allen in general. He was a complete cinnamon roll.

- Everything about Aquaman

- “I’m a believer.”

- The kids asking Superman questions

- Alfred shipping Bruce and Diana

- Zeus fought in the war

- “Stop right there. I’m in.”

- “I am a black hole of snacks.”

- Aquaman drinking the whiskey THAT SCENE


- “Your adrenaline is spiking.” “Because he is not okay!”

- Lois Lane being the big guns

- “Do you bleed?” *later* “I am definitely bleeding.”

- “You do know if she kills you, we will cover for her.”

- Barry’s & Arthur’s faces before he said that above

- Aquaman sitting on the lasso of truth

- “I heard nothing after we’re all gonna die!”

- Batman fanboying & crying when Superman showed up to fight Steppenwolf

- “How did you get the house from the bank?” “I bought the bank.”


These are just a few highlights but I freaking loved this movie! Even my sister who prefers Marvel loved this one. I am still fangirling

HC requests are open!

Hey guys! Sorry for being gone for so long, I’ve been at a really low point in life. I’ve been feeling more up, and have decided to open up HC requests! Here is the list of people I’m taking requests on!


Wanda Maximoff

Pietro Maximoff

Tony Stark

Peter Parker

Sam Wilson

Liz Allen


Nick Fury

Scott Lang

Bruce Banner

Clint Barton

Natasha Romanoff

Ned Leeds


Pepper Potts

Thor Odinson

Loki Laufeyson

Bucky Barnes

Steve Rogers

Justice league/DC

Harley Quinn


Captain Boomerang


Dead shot

El Diablo

Rick Flag

Barry Allen

Arthur Curry

Diana Prince

Bruce Wayne

Victor Stone


The Maze Runner Series









Fantastic Beasts






Star Wars

Kylo Ren




Han Solo









If you have any requests please ask! Have a great day/night and I love y’all!

highlights of tonight’s episode (3x21)

- the nonstop bart allen references

- wally saying that him and barry are brothers

- then barry looking at his skin to see if its color somehow magically changed

- barry being shocked that him and iris are getting married, because damn he did good

- barry being happy and carefree without his past dragging him down

- julian with the tech glasses and making barry say he’s the best

- barry accidentally reading a smiley face out loud

- cisco scolding julian for the emojis

- cisco and julian’s friendship in this episode period (10/10)

- killer frost wanting to help them

- cisco trying to get caitlin to remember by saying soppy memories of them and ronnie

- and caitlin finishing the story for him 

- just memory loss!barry in general

Masterlist (Not complete)

Star Wars:

Kylo Ren: 

Baby Kicks

General Hux:

Didn’t know you had a soul General

Night To Remember

In Love With the Enemy (general hux soulmate au part 1):

Miss Me (In Love With the Enemy part 2):



The force is definitely strong with them

Justice League (2017):

Barry Allen/The Flash: 

Nice Pajamas (Slight smut)

The Girl Who Can Control Fire

Night Bitches (With Diana)

You’re Beautiful Just The Way You Are

Best Holiday Ever

Diana Prince/ Wonder Woman:

you shouldn’t care what people think

Night Bitches (With Barry)

Stranger Things:

Jonathan Byers:

Head Over Heels


Dean Winchester:

archangels and soulmates 


don’t piss off a girl on her period


Dear happy, bring me Lucifer

Night view looking northeast of Grand Central District, from 500 Fifth Avenue tower, in early 1969. The 51-story 245 Park Avenue (Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, 1967) and the New York General (Warren & Wetmore, 1929) buildings are at left. The 59-story Pan Am Building (Walter Gropius-Emery Roth & Sons-Pietro Belluschi, 1963) are at center, and the 77-story Chrysler Building (William Van Allen, 1930) are at right.

Foto: Alfred Mainzer, Inc.