why havent i seen any aus where bucky has a prosthetic limb. why havent i seen any art of it. you’re all missing out on the opportunity to have and au with pre serum Steve and Buck as angry disabled kids who fight ableism and Bucky gets in a lot less trouble because of course the kid with one arm couldn’t of punched anyone and Steve and Clint talk in ASL together
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That’s my secret, Cap.
I’m always kawaii.
i like girls who look like they kill people for a living
Who is this and why does she look like the child of Hawkeye and Black Widow
That’s Natalie Dormer, and oh mY GOsH you’re right she does look their child!!!
that’s what happened in budapest.
I might be meeting her this year and every time I think about it I feel like crying with happiness
bucky and steve getting super into instagram becuase wOW TAKING PICTURES INSTANTLY WHENEVER THEY WANT THIS IS REALLY GREAT GOD BLESS TECHNOLOGY
they use it all the time and mostly take dumb selfies of themselves around DC, “at a nationals game #teddylostagain”, a picture of steve’s ass bucky tagged #captainassmerica, going thorugh the FDR and MLK memorials, or a picture of them kissing in the national mall (most of their pictures have their heads touching and smiling)
then one day they make a video of them running past sam on a morning run yelling ON YOUR LEFT and it goes viral and everyone is making vidoes scaring people by yelling ON YOUR LEFT and one day sam is in their apartment for dinner and sneaks up on steve and yells ON YOUR LEFT and steve jumps four feet and nearly decks him and bucky is laughing so hard recording it
bucky gropes steve while he’s washing dishes and mumbles to him on your left
thor is standing next to tony and realizes he is to tony’s left! so he announces, “friend i am on your left!” thor loves midgardian jokes!
natasha droPS FROM THE CEILING OF THEIR APARTMENT YELLING ON YOUR LEFT AND STEVE AND BUCKY JUMP SO HIGH NO ONE KNOWS HOW SHE DID IT NO ONE CAN BEAT HER IN PRANKS
reblogged for the last two.
Steve Rogers as a guest on Sesame Street. With Super Grover.
"Hi, I’m Captain Steve Rogers - "
"And I am SUUPER GROVEEER! *CRASH* … I meant to do that.”
" …and we’re here to talk to you about the word ‘responsibility.’"
And after Tony and Clint tease Steve, asking him for Kermit’s autograph
Until two autographed pics show up
I want to take a moment to imagine all of the Avengers making an appearance on Sesame Street. This is very important to me.
It doesn’t take much for Steve to get on board with this. He’s THRILLED with easy public access television for children, especially when he learns that the original concept for Sesame Street came from creators wanting to target urban kids who might not have access to early learning because of their money status. Steve, in fact, makes multiple appearances on Sesame Street. He finds ways to help support them, and increasing support for international versions of Sesame Street. (he’s also made an appearance or two on the PBS funding drive circuit)
Once he finds out how popular his episodes are, he talks the others into going on.
Thor is also really easy to get on board, though at first the creative team isn’t so sure what to do with him. Then Thor opens up about Loki, so they do a special with Baby Bear and Curly Bear about the importance of always being open and honest with your siblings. Thor also inspires the creative team to come up with Muppet characters who are adopted or foster children, as they’ve been lacking in that area.
Bruce is hesitant at first, especially since his experiences aren’t always relatable to children. Steve brings him to the creative team, and he’s presented with a special with Big Bird. Big Bird breaks Susan Robinson’s new flower pots, and Bruce tells him about how sometimes big mistakes happen, but you have to be honest with the people around you, and they’ll still love you in the end. Bruce doesn’t find out that Natasha is the one who suggested the theme.
Clint is a little wary at first, but then decides to just go for it. He tells the creative team that he’ll be up for anything, and so his episode is also the introductory episode for a new deaf Muppet, a little girl named Francis who loves books.
Tony and Natasha are both adamant about not appearing on the show; neither one of them are good enough for it. Tony makes as many excuses as he can; he even throws multiple fundraisers to put enough funds into the Sesame Workshop’s accounts to help them through the next decade or so. But Steve is relentless, showing him pictures of kids in homemade Iron Man suits, telling him how important it is for kids to see their heroes be relatable. Finally, Tony agrees, and he teaches Elmo what the word “science” means.
And then there’s Natasha. Steve has to work on her for almost two years, following his first appearance on the show, and she keeps putting it down. She’s not a role model for kids, she’s got a terrible past, no one should be like her; Steve hears every excuse in the books, but all he hears is more reasons for her to go on. Natasha tells him that little girls who might be in her old shoes aren’t watching public access TV. Steve tells her it doesn’t matter, girls of all ages need to hear her talk. Finally, mostly to shut him up, Natasha agrees, and she’s given a special with Abby Cadabby, Zoe, and Rosita; they talk about how no matter what happens to you in life, you can always change what happens to you as long as you’re brave enough.
After Natasha’s episode airs, the team is called down to the studio, and they get a group picture with all of the cast and the Muppets. Each one of the team keeps that photo somewhere secret.
A+ excellent addition would reblog again. (“Mr Tony! Mr Mr Mr Tony!” “Yeah?” “What is the difference between doing science and making a mess?” “Well, Elmo, there is one important difference. With science, you write down what happened, and do it again.”)
it’s all Thor’s fault, actually, because he’s trying to learn about Midgard customs and rituals. and then the prom thing comes up, and Jane mentions she didn’t go to hers, and Thor’s like, i will ask her to the prom. and then he’s like, i need to make a prom so i can ask her to the prom.
he goes to Tony, because he’s pretty sure Tony can throw the best party. Tony says very loudly that the idea is stupid, and he starts whipping up designs to turn Dummy into a DJ.
long story short, it is the most kickass prom ever.
oh, and Thor invites Lady Sif and the Warriors Three and they bring ASGARDIAN ALCOHOL. everyone rejoices.
I’ve got red in my ledger (I’d like to wipe it out)
(That’s my secret, Captain) I’m always angry.