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freewillisanillusion:

i guess howard couldn’t have predicted how hard the 2008 economic crysis would hit hydra

I’ll reblog anything with that damn knife flip in it, really, but this is actually funny, too.

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bluandorange:

man idk what to say past I almost forgot how fantastic Bucky’s thighs are and that would’ve just been a crime

bluandorange:

man idk what to say past I almost forgot how fantastic Bucky’s thighs are and that would’ve just been a crime

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kannibal:

"…that don’t look like me, punk."
”!? ‘Course it don’t, as if I’d ever draw you!”
"Well, he’s a looker, I’ll give ‘im that. Smart chin. Who’s he?"
"Shut up.”  

Just… stop trying, Steve. Ssshh. Get kissed. Sit down. 

(Stucky ☆★ Palette #2 for memoryrecovery

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theheirsofdurin:

Are you kidding me?

requested by Anon

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stereowire:

i did it i did the thing
"metal hand going places it shouldn’t" life 2014

stereowire:

i did it i did the thing

"metal hand going places it shouldn’t" life 2014

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sweaterkittensahoy:

"So, the reason you didn’t ask out any of the people I suggested is because you’re into men?"

"No, I like girls—ladies, uh, women—women?"

"Women is fine," Natasha says and were she a weaker woman, she would facepalm because they have had this conversation four times.

"I like women just fine," Steve says. "It’s just that Sam, he sort of…he understands better. You know, stuff."

They have reached Clint Barton levels of emotional explanation, Natasha thinks, and that is entirely far enough. “I’m glad you have each other,” Natasha says, and Steve goes all happy puppy relaxed, and she wants to pat his cheeks. “But don’t forget he flirted with me first.”

"He did not," Steve says.

"Oh, I totally did so," Sam says as he walks into the room. He and Nat nod at one another, and he slings an arm around Steve’s waist. "But I wanted to be flirting with you."

"What? When? When did this happen? When did you have time to flirt?"

"When I picked you up to go to the ship," Natasha says.

"He just said hi!"

"There’s hi, and there’s hi," Natasha says, and she finally laughs at the way Steve gets that wrinkle in his forehead and looks to Sam for help.

"I’ll explain over dinner," Sam says.

"How you doing?" Natasha asks him because she can’t help but poke at this just a little.

"Just fine," Sam says, and his grin says the same.

Steve looks between them, puts his hands on his hips, and shakes his head. “No, that’s not flirting. That’s hello.”

This time, it’s Sam who laughs. “Oh, no, Captain Oblivious, that is definitely flirting.”

"I hate this century," Steve mutters as Sam and Natasha lead him out of the apartment so they can go to dinner. "I’m gonna get a time machine and go back to the days when hello was just hello."

"Hello has never just been hello," Sam says. "Not if you do it right."

Steve has a sudden memory of Bucky saying hello to Lucy McKennon down the street and Mrs. McKennon pulling Lucy inside with a stern look at Bucky like he’d really done something inappropriate. It makes him smile, and he reaches for Sam’s hand, squeezing and shrugging when Sam gives him a questioning look. “Okay, maybe,” he says. “But I flirted with you first.”

"You did not," Sam says.

"On your left," Steve replies, and Natasha gives them both a confused look as Sam cracks up laughing. "I’ll explain over dinner," Steve promises, and Natasha looks completely unimpressed as she leads the way to the Thai place down the street.

verysharpteeth:

waldorph:

actualmenacebuckybarnes:

it gets me here how well bucky does know steve, sees right through him, in fact.

steve might be this little ball of idealism and pure spirit, but his stubbornness was born from years of being disregarded and underestimated, losing every fight he’d ever started. 

steve doesn’t even respond because it’s true. his virtue might be his morality but his sin is stubborn, defiant pride, and both are larger than his sense of self-preservation

and bucky sees this and he’s afraid

Let’s also talk about how this is Bucky’s last night before shipping out. And what he wanted was to take his best friend out, have a double date, and have a good time. It’s unclear at this point whether they’re living together, and unclear whether Bucky intended to go home with his date, but regardless of that, it’s his last night. And he wanted to spend it with Steve. 

And Steve vanishes in the middle of that good time, caught up in his own pursuits, in his own determination to prove himself, to join up. I’m all for Steve Rogers. I will fight you that Steve is a good guy who means well, who means it when he says he doesn’t like bullies. He’s probably even a little desperate, at this point. Bucky is shipping out, Steve is being left behind, and that has to suck. He wants to prove himself, but he also doesn’t want to be the one at home, waiting for Bucky’s closest relation to tell him that Bucky died in combat.

So when I watch this scene, I can see that yeah, Bucky might be scared here of the consequences of what Steve’s doing. Scared that this time Steve might get caught, or maybe the next time, and Bucky’s going to go overseas and won’t be able to rescue Steve, to finish the fights Steve starts. More than that, though, he just seems frustrated that Steve can’t put his own shit aside for one night. Bucky might never come back, and Steve can’t give Bucky one last night to be stupid and young and have a good time. So Bucky’s bitterness here seems beyond justified. He knows absolutely that this moment is about Steve. 

It makes Steve human. Steve Rogers is flawed, has a chip on his shoulder, is selfish. I love this scene so much, because it humanizes Steve. It makes their relationship real, it makes them both fully realized characters, and it makes the sheer desperation Steve has to get Bucky back later in the movie an added layer of nuance. 

I remember first watching this movie and thinking through this point that Bucky came across as a roadblock for Steve, like how dare he tell little Steve he can’t do stuff. But then I realized Bucky is frustrated because this is the norm for him. Steve addresses it when he says Bucky is always the one who has to wade in and save Steve from himself. Bucky is a pragmatist and has to be VERY aware that he’s going off to do something where he’s got a GOOD possibility of dying. He’s trying to have an evening where he forgets that just for a moment and bad date aside, Steve won’t even freakin’ give it up for one night to humor Bucky.

I’ve seen people pick at Bucky for his “I’m turning into you” comments later on and yeah, they were a bit harsh. But let’s not forget these two are brothers for all intents and purposes and ACT like it. Sometimes they’re not nice to each other. Sometimes they get frustrated with each other. Sometimes they don’t consider the other party first. Yes, Bucky is rather sharp tongued with Steve later on, but Steve makes Bucky’s send off all about himself.

And you know what, to their credit, each one of them take the others flaws in stride. Bucky gets frustrated, but he doesn’t tell off Steve other than things that are protecting Steve when Bucky can’t any more. And when Bucky gets rather hurtful with Steve later on, Steve doesn’t even acknowledge it. Because hey, these are GOOD guys. The best. But they’re human and each of them REALIZE the other is human.

(Source: katiekatebishops, via buckysexual)

non-binary-bucky:


People often approach Steve for his signature on books, casts, baseball caps, and so on.
One time, it was a red, white and blue dildo.
Out of sheer admiration of the guts it took to present the item, he signed it and added a smiley face.

Imagine
"Do you want this addressed to someone or should I just sign my name?"
(Sound of fan dying)

non-binary-bucky:

People often approach Steve for his signature on books, casts, baseball caps, and so on.

One time, it was a red, white and blue dildo.

Out of sheer admiration of the guts it took to present the item, he signed it and added a smiley face.

Imagine

"Do you want this addressed to someone or should I just sign my name?"

(Sound of fan dying)

(Source: blandmarvelheadcanons, via buckysexual)

notch-memo:

All that we have, all that we had.

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everybodyilovedies:

allthewonderfulstony:

Seriously? Seriously guys? God I love this ship =)

BEAUTIFUL FUCKING DORKS

everybodyilovedies:

allthewonderfulstony:

Seriously? Seriously guys? God I love this ship =)

BEAUTIFUL FUCKING DORKS

(Source: fuckyeah-avengers)

hill-hill-hill:

  XD

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