#i swear this pair caused my bi crisis #one half of me wants them to be married #the other half of me wants to marry them #both of them #relationship goals #two disney pirates and me #it’s a pirate life for me
Me in my head:
twenty one pilots, taylor swift, alanis morissette, nirvana, billy joel, panic! at the disco, amy winehouse, the killers, melanie martinez, foo fighters, britney spears, weezer, fleetwood mac, lana del rey, vance joy, cage the elephant, florence and the machine, the offspring, ed sheeran, frank sinatra, imagine dragons, john lennon, ke$ha, spice girls, disney, every broadway soundtrack ever. the list does not stop. there is no coordination.
Misc. Trivia About Donald Duck and Others in the Comics
-Donald is an excellent cook. Yes, really.
-He lived his childhood days on Grandma Duck’s farm, and learned to cook from her.
-Scrooge loves Donald’s cooking, and waits for any dignified opportunity to visit him to stuff his face for free. Daisy loves his cooking as well.
-On an epic adventure, the triplets will usually follow Scrooge’s orders over Donald’s. In daily life and moral aspects, however, they’ll almost always take Donald’s side.
-Donald will swallow his pride and go back to work for his uncle whenever money runs so short he can no longer buy his nephews toys.
-Ironically, Donald loves fishing - a game of patience. And he’s apparently good at it, too.
-Scrooge McDuck knows better than to mess up when the nephews are in his care. Donald’s temper is something else when they’re involved.
-It’s probably because he’s an adult and all, but in several stories Scrooge is implied to be closer to Donald than to the triplets.
-Scrooge lives alone in a shabby house. He also sleeps over at the bin often.
-Even though Scrooge will find any opportunity to make Donald work for next-to-nothing, he trusts his nephew enough to give him an emergency key into the bin, and Donald is allowed to move anything around as deemed necessary without supervision or permission.
-Scrooge has no problems calling women ugly to their faces.
-Scrooge actually loves it when his nephews visit him in the bin, and wishes they ‘understood’ and loved money as much as he does so that they would have something to bond closely over.
-Scrooge has some photos of the triplets as ducklings stashed away, and he’s very fond of those.
-More than once, Scrooge gave in and handed Magica his genuine No. 1 dime when things looked truly grim.
-In some variations of the comics, Scrooge is implied to be the patriarch, and Grandma Duck the matriarch, both making crucial decisions for the Duck/McDuck family wellbeing.
-Scrooge is an excellent actor.
-Donald and Fethry used to work together for some time at Scrooge’s money bin.
-Fethry is an artist, but not a very good one.
-Sometimes Donald tries to soften Scrooge up by sending Daisy to talk to him.
-Gladstone loves Grandma Duck and is very respectful to her.
-Gladstone once considered the possibility of taking in the triplets if Donald died suddenly.
-Gladstone thinks Donald is genuinely funny.