I'm what Jeff Hammond might call laxadasial.

Ask me anything   Unemployed writer and graduate student

barneswinter:

You ever wonder how often Bucky told Steve he surrounded them with a team of insane people? Cause I do. 

(via protectbuckybarnesatallcosts)

— 2 days ago with 10123 notes

mylovelylittlestyles:

I wonder if bucky is ever just going about his day and minding his own business when suddenly

he feels it

steve did something stupid again

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— 3 days ago with 5966 notes
startariott:

“just because drunk people drop shit” 

startariott:

“just because drunk people drop shit” 

(Source: versacetron, via in-truder-window)

— 1 week ago with 234256 notes

tardiscrash:

Let’s be real, in a time before the internet people didn’t have more adventures and make more meaningful connections. They watched TV and listened to CDs. Before that they listened to records and read magazines. Before that they listened to the radio and read bad dime novels. Before that they embroidered or some shit.

People have been staying inside and ignoring other people for as long as there have been buildings. 

(via ohawkguy)

— 1 week ago with 157518 notes
christmashippo asked: Imagine Bucky constantly wearing large hoodies, because hiding himself in clothes makes him feel safer and he can use the hoods to cover his face. Imagine him meeting Darcy (who sort of intimidates him because she's a bit like Tony in the whole 'doesn't frighten easily'-way), who assumes he gets cold a lot and knits him the biggest scarf he has ever seen.


Answer:

imaginebucky:

she picks a soft grey-blue yarn that she thinks will bring out his eyes and knits in secret for weeks because she wants it to be a surprise. darcy likes making things for people, always has, and she doesn’t know bucky that well yet but she can’t quell the urge to fuss over him a little by making him something nice. she even makes up her own cabling pattern for it, one of the first patterns she’s written herself. it’s tricky, but the end result is extremely satisfying.

she gives it to him unceremoniously on a tuesday morning, when they’re the only ones drinking coffee in the main kitchen. it’s after steve and sam have gone for their run, and before tony has blearily stumbled into the kitchen in search of food. she doesn’t wrap it, just folds it neatly and hands it to him.

"what’s this?" he asks, confused. he’s holding it and petting it gently - it doesn’t escape darcy’s notice, and she’s glad she picked the softest yarn she could find.

"a scarf," she says brightly. "you seem cold a lot, and i don’t blame you, new york winters fucking suck - but i thought you could use one. although," she realizes belatedly, "you might already have one."

"no, this is nice," says bucky. he’s still turning it over in his hands appreciatively. "thank you. uh, you always tie yours, can you show me -"

"of course!" darcy grins at him. "there are a million ways to tie a scarf -“

from then on, darcy’s scarf makes a regular appearance in bucky’s rotation of comfy-safe clothes. it’s one of the nicest things he’s ever owned, including all the fancy stuff that’s part of the stark tower package, because it was made just for him.

— 1 week ago with 678 notes

It’s literally until you don’t have dialogue when you get to that point of realising how much communicating we do with speaking and talking. I didn’t have that. I was super-aware of having just eyes to work with, but it made the job more interesting. Sebastian Stan on the Winter Soldier’s physicality

(Source: lmccoys, via gracelessangels)

— 1 week ago with 3884 notes
writing tip #729:

gr8writingtips:

if at first you don’t succeed it’s only ‘cause your haters can’t read

(via englishmajorhumor)

— 1 week ago with 252 notes

midhedera:

what if steve needs help with something so he’s like “hey buck can you give me a hand” and before he realizes his mistake bucky detaches his arm and throws it at steve and accidentally knocks him unconscious

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— 2 weeks ago with 3011 notes