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Fandoms: Sherlock (TV)
28 Jun 2012
John isn't gay...right? The things we discover during college.
Fandoms: Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types
03 Jul 2017
A collection of non-AU drabbles for the imaginetonyandbucky.tumblr.com ♥
Chapter 1: Mama Stark
Chapter 2: The Winter Duckling (The Winter Soldier imprints on a young Tony)
Chapter 3: Temporary Bunny-Vengers
Chapter 4: Tony with magical wolf ears
Chapter 5: One arm is not enough
Chapter 6: Stress-Knitter Tony
Chapter 7: Bucky's love letter
Chapter 8: Protection 5 + 1
Chapter 9: The arm pillow
Chapter 10: Team Tony
Chapter 11: Demisexual Tony
Chapter 12: kiss-happy Tony
Chapter 13: Stress-knitter Tony Part 2
Chapter 14: Scared of horror movies
Jim sees something that proves unexpectedly hot, and the resulting obsession won't let him go.
Dean isn't sure what kind of club hands out wristbands. But he's not going to admit he's confused. He'll keep his head down, try to have a good time and hope it doesn't have anything to do as the night wears on.
And it doesn't... so he thinks. But when the truth of the wristband is revealed, he freaks. Did he make a mistake in which color he chose? Or will he discover it was the right choice after all?
It all depends on how he feels after one dance.
Steve may have heightened senses, but he doesn't always exercise good sense. Especially when he stumbles upon Tony and Pepper in an intimate moment.
and there are some like us,
just walking, making our feet move ahead of us,
a little bored, a little lost, a little angry,
walking as though we were really going somewhere,
walking as if there was something to see at Adelaide or maybe on King,
something that will give a fair return for this use of shoe-leather,
something that will make us smile with a strange new
happiness, a lost but recovered joy.
- Raymond Souster, “Yonge Street Saturday Night”