light a doobie to this one

Favourite spells in Carry On:
- “U can’t touch this” (barrier spell that only works if the one hearing it knows the song. The dragon did not)
- “These are not the droids you’re looking for” (diverts attention)
- “Come out come out wherever you are/Scooby doobie do where are you” (finding spells)
- “easy come easy go little high little low/carry on, carry on” (revival spell)
- “on love’s light wings” (flying spell, only works if you understand the 16c Great Vowel Shift and if ur really in love. Baz u great sap)

A Middle Aged White Dad Playlist: 

Two Tickets To Paradise - Eddie Money // Livin’ Thing - Electric Light Orchestra // The Boys of Summer - Don Henley // Pour Some Sugar on Me - Def Leppard // Breakdown - Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers // Dancing In The Dark - Bruce Springsteen // Somebody’s Baby - Jackson Browne // That’s All - Genesis // One of These Nights - The Eagles // Black Water - The Doobie Brothers // Keep Your Hands To Yourself - Georgia Satellites // More Than A Feeling - Boston // Who’s Crying Now - Journey



This is 1000% inspired by the headcanon that Gajeel writes his own lullabies and sings them to his kids to help them go to sleep and Levy thinks it’s the most adorable thing on the face of the earth. 

And I was feeling the need to write more Gajevy fluff.

You can find it here on

­­­­It’s not the shifting of the mattress that wakes her. Nor is it the padding of his feet across the carpeted bedroom; Mavis knows that for being a hulk of a man, he’s certainly light on his feet. Really it’s the click of the door closing behind him and the incessant need to pee that’s been Levy’s constant best friend and worst enemy for the last seven months that rouses her from a fitful sleep.

She tries to settle back down, adjusting her position in bed to alleviate some of the pain in her hips, her back, her shoulders, her everywhere, from her ever-expanding body. But sleep, well sleep is like her feet, an illusion, just out of reach around the expanse of her belly.

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