What do you guys think Natasha whispered to Clint when they were waiting for Thor and Loki to leave?
I just want like a short story or movie of Steve trying to find these idiots in the woods. Because he jumped out after Tony and then Thor and Loki talked for like 5-10 minutes, and then Thor and Tony fought, and Steve’s just on foot.
Does anyone else want Coulson to address the fact that Fury got blood on his Captain America cards?
A part of me wants him to receive an ‘anonymous’ gift of a new set in the mail, signed.
I should go to bed.
Who wants to do me a favor?
I’m looking for the post, it’s Avengers, but Fury is talking about Flying monkeys, and Thor’s like, “I don’t understand that referance” and Steve pretty much pops a boner because he does, and Tony makes that FACE
And that FACE is screen capped in the comments
Can someone just point me in the direction or it, or reblog it, or give give me the picture of that face
because I think it’s buried somewhere in my favorites but I don’t have time to dig (packing) and I thought I reblogged it but I guess I didn’t? (idk, it didn’t show up when I went to my blog and I went all the way back to when I saw The Avengers)
But find it for me please
Tony had a moment of weakness and bought Thor a kitten. Thor had a name in mind for the scrawny, black furred kitten, but he wasn’t entirely convinced until it started chasing the Robots around Stark Tower, scratching the expensive leather sofas, and constantly attacking Natasha’s toes. He named it Loki.
Submitted by potterwholocked
It takes him a while. There are so many other important things to learn. But the first thing Steve Rogers does when he finally figures out how to use Photoshop is make a set of Agent Phil Coulson trading cards.
Submitted by nympheline
Phil Coulson is invited to the all the Stark-funded events. Pepper makes sure of that. He doesn’t always go, but when the Philharmonic Orchestra is involved, as a music lover he’s there.
At the reception, Pepper introduces him to the new cellist. Instead of simply shaking his hand and moving her attention to Tony, like everybody else, she stays and the discussion flows easily. She’s pretty, funny and quite charming. He likes her already.
It’s when she mentions being a secret comic book fan, of Captain America in particular, that he knows he’s done for.
Submission by spookybibi
Six months after the battle for New York, a cellist in Portland gives birth to a little boy with serious, blue-grey eyes and a dimpled chin. She names him “Philip.”
When she gets home from the hospital, she goes through her movie collection and methodically removes all the James Bond films, as well as Mission Impossible, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, The Bourne Identity, True Lies, and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. She puts them in a plastic bag and donates them to Goodwill.
When Philip turns five, she enrolls him in art classes, gets him weekly piano lessons, and starts teaching him about the merits of gun control.
When Philip turns ten, he enters Stark Industries’ International Science and Engineering Fair. He doesn’t win. The cellist comforts him with hot cocoa and successfully hides her relief.
Two days after the winner is announced, Tony Stark shows up on their doorstep, and she knows that none of it was enough to keep her son safe.
Submission by nympheline