the biggest lie i’ve ever told myself is that i’m going to shower in 5 minutes
but damn this ysl perfume i sprayed lasts so long? like much longer than the adg i bought
also after coming back from the great north today (ie canada) i got a bottle of Armani’s Acqua di Gioia eau de toilette
i’m so ready to smell delicious
how am i supposed to make creative funny text posts when nothing happens in my life at all
you just use a story from sims and pretend it really happened to you
one time i was swimming but the pool ladders disappeared so i couldn’t get out of the pool and i swam for 10 hours then died
AND TONY DOESN’T BLUSH WHEN OTHER PEOPLE COMMENT ABOUT HOW “HOT” HE IS OR WHATEVER (HE’S BEEN IN THE SPOTLIGHT ALL HIS LIFE IT DOESN’T PHASE HIM IN THE SLIGHTEST)
BUT STEVE KEEPS TALKING ABOUT HOW HANDSOME TONY IS AND HOW CUTE HIS SMILE IS AND HOW MUCH HE LOVES TONY’S LAUGH AND JUST ALL OF THESE LITTLE THINGS THAT NO ONE’S EVER TOLD HIM BEFORE AND TONY HONESTLY DOESN’T KNOW HOW TO REACT BECAUSE STEVE’S JUST SO GODDAMN EARNEST AND NOW THAT HE’S MADE TONY BLUSH TONY JUST CAN’T STOP
AND THEN THE AVENGERS BE LIL BITCHES AND TEASE HIM ABOUT IT THE DAY AFTER. THEN STEVE ENTERS THE KITCHEN AND CUE AWKWARD SILENCE BECAUSE STEVE WAS THE ONLY ONE WHO HAD THE MEAD AND HE DRANK A LOT, THEY DONT KNOW IF ASGARD ALCHOL COMES WITH A HANGOVER AND MEMORY LOSS PLUS THOR’S STILL SLEEPING SO THEY CAN’T ASK. SO STEVE SAYS GOOD MORNING THEN LEANS INTO TONY’S PERSONAL SPACE AND SAYS “YOUR BLUSHY FACE IS INSANELY CUTE YOU SHOULD DO IT MORE OFTEN”
AND THEN STEVE STARTS LEAVING HIM LITTLE NOTES IN RANDOM PLACES
HE FINDS A NOTE TUCKED INTO HIS BRIEFCASE DURING A BOARD MEETING AND AFTER READING IT, HIS FACE GETS SO RED THAT THEY ALL NOTICE AND PEPPER JUST GETS REALLY MAD BECAUSE SHE THINKS HE’S SEXTING OR DOING SOMETHING ELSE REALLY INAPPROPRIATE OR WHATEVER SO AFTER THE MEETING SHE CORNERS HIM AND TAKES THE NOTE OUT OF HIS HANDS AND ALL IT SAYS IS: your eyes are really pretty
PEPPER’S LIKE “dude what the fuck” AND TONY EXPLAINS AS THE WALK TO THE ELEVATOR. HE IS UNAWARE THAT THE ELEVATOR IS GOING TO THE COMMON FLOOR AS HE POURS HIS HEART OUT TO PEPPER ABOUT HIS CRUSH ON STEVE. STEVE IS CURSING AT THOR WHO FUCKING BLUE SHELLED HIM WHEN HE HEARS A ‘ding!’ AND SEES PEPPER SHOVE TONY OUT AND SAYS TO HIM ’ TONY THINKS YOUR EYES ARE PRETTY TOO” WITH AN EVIL GRIN AND TONY JUST SQUEAKS
STEVE WALKS UP TO HIM AND ASKS “YOU REALLY THINK MY EYES ARE PRETTY?” AND AS THE ELEVATOR DOORS CLOSE, PEPPER CALLS OUT: “HE THINKS ALL OF YOU IS PRETTY” AND TONY’S FACE GETS EVEN REDDER“WELL YOU HAVEN’T SEENALL OF ME… YET” SAYS STEVE WINKING AT TONY WHO LOOKS LIKE HES ABOUT TO FAINT. THORS JUST DYING FROM LAUGHTER IN THE BACKGROUND
STEVE MAKES SURE TO SWAY HIS HIPS AS HE WALKS AWAY AND TONY’S JUST MAKING THESE PAINED NOISES AND THOR FRANTICALLY TEXTS THE REST OF THE TEAM AND NATASHA’S IMPRESSED THAT STEVE WAS ABLE TO MAKE A SUGGESTIVE COMMENT LIKE THAT (EVEN IF IT IS KIND OF LAME) SO SHE SHOOTS TWO TEXTS: ONE TO STEVE THAT SAYS “PROUD OF YOU! :)” AND ONE TO TONY THAT SAYS “WTF ARE YOU DOING GO AFTER HIM YOU DUMBASS”
so this happened
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steve “led a one man mission behind heavily guarded enemy lines in another fucking country just to save someone who might be alive if the stars are aligned correctly, fights guys who talk to loud in a movie” rogers is not steve “we have to follow orders, theres only one god ma’am” rogers
So I just hallucinated the part where he broke into a restricted lab to collect evidence proving Fury actually was keeping secrets, then?
Also the way you’re using Steve’s religion to make a point is really gross.
A thousand people already commented on this, but I just wanted to add that Steve’s line in the Avengers about “there’s only one God, ma’am, and I’m pretty sure he doesn’t dress like that” was brilliant because 1) it’s funny, 2) it’s in character, especially for someone who’s literally two weeks out of 1945, and 3) it’s reaffirming to people with religious beliefs (not just Christians) that a major movie character asks for his religion to be taken seriously.
See, as a Scandinavian out of Norse tradition, I always had a tiny, microscopic issue with the description of Marvel Asgardians as “gods”—they’re not, they’re just very advanced aliens (Clarke’s third law: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic—or divine intervention). Saying Marvel’s versions of Thor and Loki are gods is basically saying there are no god(s), which is obviously hurtful to religious people.
So I don’t see how Steve’s “hey, you wanna show some respect?” in CA:FA is any different from “there’s only one God, ma’am, and I’m pretty sure he doesn’t dress like that” in The Avengers—in both situations, he’s reacting to what he perceives as a lack of respect towards some deeply-held personal values.
Also, I don’t get the “we have to follow orders,” because Steve commandeered a Quinjet and when the pilot protested that “you guys aren’t authorised to be in here,” Steve told him, “son, just don’t.” Which is actually the opposite of following orders. So.
I don’t think you all are understanding the fact that OP is not disrespecting Steve’s religion by any means. Yall denying the fact that the line “There’s only one god m’am” is fucking gross within itself and disrespectful to other religious beliefs as well. So the fuck what if he’s from the 40s.
There was so much shit wrong with the 40s but you don’t see Steve being a racist or a sexist, so that bs excuse is out of the window. That line was bad writing point blank, and defending it is not okay.
The major religions in the forties were basically the big monotheistic ones, and to believe something else was basically to be shunned (in fact i think catholics were not looked upon too fondly at this time either) so I don’t think at this point in time Steve had much experience with religious diversity?
Like, fine, he isn’t written as sexist or racist despite the fact that he totally would be if he had just emerged from the forties but where do we draw that line at what is “appropriate” for him to be modern about despite just coming out of the past? I think a Steve who is a product of his time, who says things that are Not Okay and needs to be corrected (and actually accepts it and grows as a person!) is much more interesting than pre-frozen 21st century liberal. Because we are also products of our time, and we also had to evolve and correct ourselves to get to where we are today, especially to Tumblr-appropriate sensitivity levels, despite actually being born relatively close to the present. So yes, there is bad writing here, but if anything, I would say it’s the fact that he isn’t written as an actual open-minded forties man waking up in the politically correct future. In fact, I think this website in particular would benefit from that portrayal. It’s okay to be wrong, as long as you acknowledge and grow from it, and who better to show that than someone genetically engineered to be adaptable and narratively engineered to be a good person?
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