stormywolves:

“These words. They’re just words. I’m dedicating my life to you and— I’m saying someone else’s words. That’s nuts. I want you to know, I truly believe that together we are so much better than we are apart. And not in that creepy way. Really, I’m inspired by you. I don’t get lost in my own head like I used to. This world is a scary place. You being an Avenger— it’s so… scary. Every day there’s some idiot in our face trying to ruin it. And ever since we got together, I just haven’t cared. And no goon attacked us at our wedding, so I’m going to take that as a good sign. And even if the worst happens… it’s a weird feeling— but I know for a fact we can deal with it. Look at that kid over there. Look at her. We made her. And I love watching you be a father. So much so that I’d wear this big poofed-out dress. I just wanted to let you know in my own words. This is why I said yes to all this crazy. That’s why.” 
New Avengers Annual 01

stormywolves:

“These words. They’re just words. I’m dedicating my life to you and— I’m saying someone else’s words. That’s nuts. I want you to know, I truly believe that together we are so much better than we are apart. And not in that creepy way. Really, I’m inspired by you. I don’t get lost in my own head like I used to. This world is a scary place. You being an Avenger— it’s so… scary. Every day there’s some idiot in our face trying to ruin it. And ever since we got together, I just haven’t cared. And no goon attacked us at our wedding, so I’m going to take that as a good sign. And even if the worst happens… it’s a weird feeling— but I know for a fact we can deal with it. Look at that kid over there. Look at her. We made her. And I love watching you be a father. So much so that I’d wear this big poofed-out dress. I just wanted to let you know in my own words. This is why I said yes to all this crazy. That’s why.” 

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buckysdildo:

HE DID IT AGAIN

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starkesthour:

Marvel asserting Cap’s heterosexuality like

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Chris hates taking superhero photoshoots

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fuckyeahthescarletwitch:

Female-lead action movies just don’t sell.

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sirdef:

januariat:

Extremely belated stonyfest gift for darkadria.tumblr.com! 

wHOA

sirdef:

januariat:

Extremely belated stonyfest gift for darkadria.tumblr.com

wHOA

And Captain America ain’t getting any.

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jjjat3am:

All I’m seeing is Sam Wilson with his newborn daughter and It’s almost too much for me to handle

jjjat3am:

All I’m seeing is Sam Wilson with his newborn daughter and It’s almost too much for me to handle

Anonymous said: is it possible to have some really cute domestic stony please?

osuda:

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Thank you for request   :-)

Is it wrong?…

flatbear:

siddharthasmama:

note-a-bear:

blacknoonajade:

Today was an exceptional day. 

wow…..
just…







White supremacy in action.

Oh my god

flatbear:

siddharthasmama:

note-a-bear:

blacknoonajade:

Today was an exceptional day. 

wow…..

just…

White supremacy in action.

Oh my god

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Snowpiercer may make no sense on a logistical level, but the train’s social structure is basically true to life. However, instead of going for the peasant/monarch society you see in many dystopian stories of this type, I was interested to note that there’s no practical reason for the colossal divide between rich and poor. There’s no evidence that the people in Tail Section are forced into menial labour or ground up into Soylent Green. In fact, the only people with jobs are service workers like the train guards, food production, entertainment for the upper classes, and Tilda Swinton’s politician character. The vast majority of passengers are idle, and the people with visible jobs all appear to be enjoying their work — even the train guards, who are mostly portrayed as thugs and sadists.

The sole exception is the invisible slave labour of the children Wilford kidnaps and hides beneath his floorboards. Timmy’s reappearance in the Engine scene was one of the most unexpected moments of the film, partly because when you hear that a powerful man likes to collect children, the immediate assumption is that it’s for horrifying entertainment purposes. But instead, the reason was something even more shocking, because we don’t expect it. Wilford has dehumanized those children without a shred of remorse, reducing them to a literal cog in the machine.

The fascinating dystopia of SNOWPIERCER.

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humantrampoline85:

commandersass:

There were two cans of coke left in the fridge
Coke, do you think this is a game?

directorshellhead

humantrampoline85:

commandersass:

There were two cans of coke left in the fridge

Coke, do you think this is a game?

directorshellhead

humantrampoline85 replied to your post “onemuseleft replied to your post:I’m sorry for the multiday…”

Where’s that gold star “you tried” sticker.