Wife to Tom Buchanan, mother of Pamela Buchanan. Cousin to Nick Carraway, best friend to Jordan Baker, and long lost love to Jay Gatsby. Considered the 'sweetheart' of Louisville, Chicago, and New York. Careless. Warm. Selfish. Flower. Daisy.
Warning: Daisy Buchanan is a racist, homophobic, and rather sexist individual in every verse, with some minor variations depending(ex. Not sexist in her 'dark' verse). She will rarely be up front about these biases, but they're there. If this bothers you, I suggest we talk about it and try to reach a solution; otherwise, we don't interact.
That being said, she's typically not super hard to get along with, mostly because it's in her personality to want to please people. She might be a little distant at first, but really, she's not too hard to please, and you'll be getting along just fine in no time. (Unless your muse is a black, flamboyant gay man, who rallies for chicks to be in the army or something. Then there might be a problem. But I don't know.)
We’re two of the lucky ones | via Tumblr on We Heart It.
「ɪɴᴅᴇᴘᴇɴᴅᴇɴᴛ ᴀɴᴅ sᴇᴍɪ﹣
sᴇʟᴇᴄᴛɪᴠᴇ ᴊᴀʏ ɢᴀᴛsʙʏ 」
For the Dancing and the Dreaming (HTTYD2) - Erutan
Just listen to this fantastically amazing cover! *O*
Tbh this was, at one point, for Sebastian’s birthday but —- I was just looking through my graphics folder and decided this was too pretty not to just upload on it’s own. someday I’ll do something similar for a theme bg maybe.
⚜ Retreating back pauses, though he turns no more than
his head, which tips just barely to the side as if in
consideration. Words rush to his lips, accusations in
turn, harsh lashes of fury… all almost unrestrainable.
” And do you enjoy making a scene? And in truth,
would you claim a status and treatment different
than all others for being a ‘woman smaller than
myself’? I put no store in such things, miss. My
behaviour was no different than any man here
would receive in the same situation. “
✿ ♕ ❀ —
Daisy stares, frustrated, at this rude
stranger’s back. Unfortunately, he’s
not going to get through to her with
claims of ‘making a scene.’ She’s in
no way afraid to do it; especially, as
she knows she’s not in the wrong in
this particular situation. She’s already
got eyes turned in this direction, and
the heiress doesn’t miss a single beat.
❝I am not a man. I will not be treated as
rudely or as poorly or as roughly as one,
either. I claim a status that is deserving of
respect, and I will not be stripped of that by
a bitter stranger. I will not be treated as if I
was a man, and certainly not by you.❞