Isnt_it_pretty_to_think_so



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    It’s Peter who patents the sobriquet, but it’s Tony who has the nameplate—and matching business cards—made up. It hangs on the door of her office on the 56th floor of Avengers Tower:

     

    Natasha Romanoff (Nat)

     

    Business hours: Tuesday and Thursday 2 – 4, or when needed. You bastards have my number.

     

    Professional Problem Solver

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    Ever since a civil war tore the Avengers apart, tensions have been brewing. Everyone has their own way of coping. Tony seems to take pleasure in stressing Rhodey out, Natasha avoids talking about anything real, Clint ignores all of Neil the Therapist's advice, and Steve continues to choose his unstable friend over his other, equally unstable friend.

    Enter, Peter Parker.

    (Who would've thought miscommunications about a kid could bring the team back together?)

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    Clint leans over to her, his eyes wide.

    “I thought I was the only Avenger with kids,” he whispers.

    “I think Scott has a daughter,” Natasha says, pouring herself coffee. “Katy, right? No, Cassie.”

    Clint gives her a dirty look. “You could’ve told me. They’re so similar, Tasha. I mean, Jesus.”

    “Wait,” says Natasha. “You actually think that—,”

    “Hey, Nat,” says Peter, looking up from the waffle iron for the first time. “Do you want a waffle? I think Mr. Stark has some whipped cream, and I have skittles and gummy bears to add flavor and texture.”

     

    OR: The Avengers meet Spiderman via the online world, and then meet Peter Parker in Stark's living room. It takes them longer than it should to put two-and-two together.

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