20th February 2014
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Steve gets street cred because he has a first edition of the Hobbit but Tony does too. But then Steve whips out “Yeah well I actually BOUGHT it when it was released and read it before you were even born”
Steve and Christopher Lee actually hung out briefly during WWII when their paths crossed on the way to different missions. Christopher Lee promised to get Steve a signed copy from Tolkien sometime, since the two ran in some of the same circles.
When Tony sits Steve down to marathon the movies, Steve almost has a heart attack when he recognizes the nice young man with the foreboding stare he met seventy years ago. He makes contact again (before it’s too late), and finds out that Lee set aside a signed copy for him years ago and still has it.
And that’s the story of how Steve Rogers got a signed first-edition of the Hobbit. And The Lord of the Rings. Take that, Tony Stark.
20th January 2014
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HEADCANON: Clint Barton knows how to say, “can I pet your dog?” in 17 languages.
#meanwhile Natasha knows how to say ‘don’t mind my friend he’s just lonely’ in all those languages (via cortue)
Pretty sure Natasha actually just speaks 17 languages.
Every time Clint learns to say “can I pet your dog” in a new language, Natasha goes and learns to properly speak the language. If she didn’t already know it. Usually she did.
It’s pretty easy since inevitably he’s just asking her how to say it.
12th January 2014
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marvel meme | 2/7 relationships | the ot6
3rd January 2014
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Because Disco Avengers were clearly a thing the world needed.
1st January 2014
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never forget the bitchface triumvirate
NOTHING I LOVE MORE
30th December 2013
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Clint, Natasha, Pepper and Tony and christmasy sweaters