I found my original Lightning and Sally toys and man *Lightning voice* If These Toys Could Talk

I got Sally at McDonalds, when I was desperate for a Lightning toy. And I got Lightning from like. Possibly a Walgreens? I’m not sure, my dad got him for me when I was sick.
But damn these toys went EVERYWHERE with me. I had a Doc and a Mater too, but these two were my faves (of course). Sally was always in one pocket, Lightning in the other. I took them to the beach with me, the movies, restaurants, when I stayed the night at my cousin’s house. Literally everywhere.

Sally came with one of those old McDonald’s happy meal boxes (do they still make those?) and I made that into her house, and after I got Lightning, he moved in with her.

These toys were so damn important to me as a kid and I’m so glad I have them again.

anonymous asked:

Orlando Bloom or Kit Harington

I would say this is a struggle… but my sister asks me this at least three times a year, whenever she catches me watching either PotC or GoT (again!). They’re two of my male faves playing my two male faves, (and they’ve both got their suns in Capricorn and moons in Scorpio as do I so…) It’s almost a tie… But because I’ve spent a solid eleven years fascinated by Orlando’s face, I’m gonna have to choose him. Ask me again in five years. I may change my mind ;


hello everyone, today I’m bringing you: a Fantastic Beats AU where everything is the same except everyone has a dæmon

disclaimer: this AU is very self-indulgent and I haven’t thought out all details and impracticalities of it, so please don’t nitpick. anyway,

- only witches and wizards are born with dæmons, muggles don’t have them

- a lot of dæmons settle as birds seeing as it’s more convenient form that can follow its human when they travel via flying objects like broomsticks

- both Grindelwald and Graves have large birds of prey as their dæmons; the birds are different, but look similar enough to be mixed up by anyone who doesn’t pay too much attention (this is another reason for Graves to be extremely salty once they find him after the whole Grindelwand infiltration incident; “I can’t believe you fools couldn’t tell one bird from another,” he keeps saying. “Maybe I should summon that Scamander guy back in America and ask him to give you all a few zoology lessons.”)

- Tina’s dæmon is an english setter, Queenie’s is a dove

- Credence’s dæmon is a black cat, for two reasons, one of them being me finding it aesthetically pleasing, and the second is that it’d probably piss Mary Lou off even more because there’s a lot of superstitions around black cats plus all that stuff about them being familiars of witches

- when Credence was a child, and his dæmon could still change its form, it took shape of small animals/birds/insects so that Credence was able to hide it from Mary Lou in his pockets; then it settled as a black cat and Credence started having a really hard time keeping it from Mary Lou’s eyes

- I wasn’t sure about Newt’s dæmon, only knowing that I wanted it to be an animal he can carry around on his shoulder so it’d constantly pick fights with Pickett much to Newt’s agitation; then someone I was discussing this AU with suggested an occamy and I ran with it. maybe it doesn’t exactly fit him personality-wise, but it’s my favourite magical creature so I just kind of. put two of my faves together. personal bias much? why yes, absolutely

- (or, you know, Pickett himself could be Newt’s dæmon instead, now that I think of it; those drawings can be read as either of these two options)

- yes, magical creatures can also be dæmons, because why the hell not; I guess it’s just not that common, and if your dæmon settles as one it’s a sign that you’re most likely an eccentric and unpredictable person (and isn’t that what annoys other people)

okay I’m done and please for the love of god don’t delete this long ass comment


Daisy Ridley and Dev Patel backstage at the 2016 Oscars