it's so funny and stuff

so in golion their names were metals and I kinda wish they would’ve kept them


probably the best and most important video edit out there - credit


ok but i imagine hunk going to shiro whenever he stresses about lance!



all the boys // panic! at the disco


(GMM #228)


1x08 // 3x09


Josh playing with Liza’s skirt. (✿◠‿◠)

Newtina Headcanon | Dragon-Pox

One day, four-year-old Leo contracts dragon-pox. He’s admitted to St. Mungo’s immediately, but with the war heating up it’s difficult to import medicine or ingredients - the hospitals are already full with sick or injured people.

Tina panics, naturally, having lost both her parents to dragon-pox - in fact, she’s inconsolable. She cannot lose one of her children, especially not her youngest who is so sweet and innocent, who looks like his daddy, who is quiet and kind. She sits in the bedroom and writes to Queenie frantically - she needs to talk to her sister, to distract herself if nothing else. Unsurprisingly, it doesn’t work.

Newt, of course, has two responses: though he tries not to worry usually, it’s hard when his son is gravely-sick - worry is the first response. He worries for Leo, he worries for Phoenix and Linnet (only eight and six), he worries for the beasts - but most of all he worries for Tina. His second response is to try and take care of his family as best as he can; he spends hours in the case with his eldest children and beasts, hours visiting the hospital, nights comforting his crying wife. It’s one of those rare instances where she absolutely breaks down, and it’s not difficult to see why.

Phoenix is the oldest - he’s meant to protect his younger siblings, but he can’t protect his brother from this. He lets Linnet hug him, tries to make her smile, does anything to make her happy. Sometimes he hugs his mother or father, letting them know he’s there.

Linnet just wants her brother back so that they can all be happy again. She doesn’t play pranks during this time. She doesn’t laugh or play hide-and-seek with Dougal.

Leo recovers within a month, thankfully: he’s truly a lion-hearted fighter. Gradually he becomes well-enough to come home, and then enough to help look after the creatures in the case again. Slowly the family recovers and they go back to an almost normal existence.

But Newt remembers. He remembers the petrified look on his wife’s face when they saw the green-and-purple rash, the bumps on the skin. He remembers how she locked herself in their room and wrote to Queenie frantically. He remembers her quiet sobbing in the night when she thought he wasn’t listening.

Newt doesn’t need to be able to read minds to know what she was thinking about the entire time.