Chillin' Like A Villain
  • Ben: Yeah I got this! Imma be cool and bad! No one will suspect a thing! Let's go get Mal!
  • *gets captured*
  • Me: YOU HAD ONE JOB!!
HARRY HOOK: a list of things

- BOYYYYY 

 - so lowkey my power went out during the movie for ten minutes and my dvr fucked up so I missed some key shit during the film that tumblr let me see but… 

 - I’m sorry but if the directors can look me in the eyes an tell me he wasn’t there for sex appeal…. 

 - His unawareness of PROXIMITY to other characters teaches us what? NOTHING but he’s a flirty Mf! 

 -BOYS AND GIRLS!… BUT HE HAS AN OBSESSION WITH THICC BOYS (BEN AN JAY) 

 - THE PRODUCERS WENT OUT OF THERE WAY TO MAKE THAT CLEAR! 

 -THOSE HIPS MAKE ME WANNA OOF! 

 -GAY ICON 

 - I think his “relationship” with Uma is super insignificant only cuz of the way he behaves with everyone else! “Ooooh the way he looks at her.” IS THE EXACTLY SAME WAY he looks at Carlos tf? 

 -DEM ARMS DEM HIPS SSSSSSSS

Originally posted by im-in-every-fandom-cuz-im-alone

GAHHHHHHHHH! *wet emoji*

Alternate Descendants

Can you imagine what the Descendants would be like if it was retold as a Dystopian Young Adult series? It’s already halfway there honestly. I mean you have one half of the society labeled as the “heroes” who are living a life of luxury and splendor in Auradon while the other half of the society have kids carrying out their parents’ sentences on a floating dumpster island with no chance of ever escaping. And the origins of the kids would probably be a lot different because I mean do you really expect us to believe that ALL of the villains just merrily had families and settled down? Naw, the villainous teens of the Isle of the Lost would definitely have more tragic backstories. 

Part 1

Harry Hook: He was a Lost Boy in the beginning, had been since he was a wee lad whom Peter Pan spirited away from the hills of Glasglow. Life was a never ending adventure in Neverland. Acts of bravado intermingled with childish glee and innocence, he was invincible surrounded by his band of brothers led by their daring leader. Until the day, Peter led them into battle with the pirates. Until the day little boys were made to fight against grown bloodthirsty men and were swiftly cut down with little effort. He remembers  lying there watching Peter Pan fly farther away as he bled out on the filthy deck of Captain Hook’s ship. With the taste of the sea and blood lingering in his mouth, he closes his eyes and prepares to die. Until Captain Hooks spies him in the shadows and for the first time in history, decides to spare a Lost Boy.  From then on he is no longer a Lost Boy with no name, he is now Harry Hook the adopted son of Captain Hook. This boy is as dramatic and showy as his father but with the grace and agility of Peter. He is a swirling cyclone ready to wreak havoc on those who forget the weak. 

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