The “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” Tag

As I wrap-up my second viewing of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, I thought I’d make a tag based on the show. Nothing fancy, just questions based on the characters and other staple aspects of the show. I tried to be as unique as I could, so let’s see what you think.

  1. Mac: A character you headcanon as queer

All the characters. Every single one of them. But, in all seriousness, I’m going to go with Zoya Nazyalensky from the Grisha trilogy by Leigh Bardugo. She is 10,000% a lesbian. There is no debating this. She is gay. The end. Love, Rainey.

  1. Charlie: A character you never know what to expect from

Sam Haversford aka Sam of Wilds from Tales from Verania series by TJ Klune. Honestly, his entire crew is full of people you never know what to expect from. But he’s the most loveable. I love my alive gay son.

  1. Dennis: A book, series, or author that takes itself/themselves too seriously

Victoria Aveyard. She’s always got this holier-than-thou attitude on Twitter and repeatedly attacks teenagers (who didn’t even tag her, by the way) for disagreeing with her. And she’s not even that good a writer. Her books are literally cut-and-paste YA. She needs to chill.

  1. Dee: A character that’s devastatingly underappreciated

Azriel from the A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas. He does all the spying and what does he get in return? Being led on for literal centuries and shoved to the side. The fandom barely mentions him. Sometimes it seems like Sarah herself doesn’t even remember he exists. He’s a main character and we know almost nothing about him! Fix that, bitch!

  1. Frank: A fictional building you would model your home after if you could afford it

It’s predictable as hell, but Hogwarts from Harry Potter by JK Rowling. Because of course.

  1. Rum Ham: A book that is a cut above the rest

Anything by Jodi Picoult. I mean, the woman knows how to write a good book. They really explore gray areas and make you think. Right now I’m reading The Storyteller and it’s so good.

  1. Ocular Pat Down: A book you knew would be good just by looking at it

The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell. That skeletal double ouroboros? Awesome. Easily one of the best covers of the year. And the content really lived up to that promise. Definitely check it out if you haven’t.

  1. Dayman: A book that makes you happy

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The 7 Secrets of Awakening the Highly Effective Four-Hour Giant, Today by The Gang. Yes, this is a “self-help” book written by the main five characters of Sunny. Yes, it’s hilarious. And yes, the very fact that it even exists is one of the things about it that makes me happiest. Can’t wait for part two (just kidding, there is no part two, despite their threats)!

  1. The McPoyles: A ship you find disgusting

Drusilla Blackthorn and Jaime Rosales from The Dark Artifices by Cassandra Clare. First of all, Dru is thirteen and Jaime is eighteen. That’s gross. She’s a child. Secondly, even if you wait until she’s eighteen, he’s still untrustworthy and played on her desire to feel needed in order to get what he wanted. Dru, the heart of the Blackthorn family, deserves better.

  1. The Waitress: Your oldest fandom

Harry Potter. Potterhead since grade three, bitch!


Do you have any answers to any of these questions? Let me know in the comments! Or, feel free to try your own hand at it. I’d love to hear your answers!

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