Without a doubt, my favourite experience at #hongkongdisneyland was the #ironman expo. The simulator was SO much fun and really entertaining - but don't get me wrong, meeting the big guy himself was just amazing. I even FaceTimed home in front of him as a few of the fam our H U G E fans. Do you love ironman? 😄🚨#didtheysaydisney
Dudes, @hamillhimself is level 66!! 🤝👏🙌🎷🎉 Happy Birthday, Mark!!! He's the best, and I'm starting to not only count the days until Halloween, but for the Last Jedi. So thankful for his work, and his social media. He deserves all the birthday love!!
The lovely miss Cassie (@acuppawithcas) tagged me to do the #starwarsbooktag and I needed a caption for this photo so here we go 🌖🌗🌘🌑🌒🌓🌔
✨Darth Vader (a book that started out okay but totally sucked by the end): Thirteen Reasons Why - the tv show was better than the book for me.
✨Luke (a book that awakened your love for reading): Harry Potter duh ⚡️
✨Leia (a book that broke your heart in two): The Infernal Devices - what happened between Tessa, Will and Gem was utterly devastating but it all worked out in the end 💖
✨Han Solo (a book you didn’t want to read but fell in love with by the end): ACOTAR - I couldn't understand the hype to begin with and I was majorly struggling *cough Tamlin the Tool cough*. It wasn't until Rhys played more of a key role at the end that I was enjoying it.
✨Padme (a book where a character fell in love with the wrong character): eh I always shipped Luna x Neville tbh
✨Rey (strong female character): Aelin, Feyre, Mor, Manon, Lysandra, Elide. Queen Maas writes some kickass female characters 💪🏻
✨Kylo Ren (a dramatic character everyone loves): Drama Queen Aelin & sexy Illyrian warrior Cassian
✨Obi Wan (a hot character): Rhysand (ACOTAR) & Eric Northman (Sookie Stackhouse) & Jace Wayland (TMI) 🔥🔥
✨Finn (a couple you shipped but didn't happen): Mor x Azriel 💖💖
✨Yoda (a book with a different chronological order): Sweep/Wicca by Cate Tiernan 🌙
✨Jar Jar Binx (a book you gave up on and abandoned): Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - my first attempt was in 4th grade and I did well but it was too hard and too intimidating. I've never attempted it again 🙈😅
*I found two versions of this tag online so I merged them - feel free to post this booktag even if I haven't tagged you!*