04 Mar 2018
Essentially, none of the Avengers honestly believe Peter when he tells them that no, he really isn’t anorexic and to trust him-he’s just very busy and doesn’t have the spare time or money to eat enough, it’s most certainly not on purpose and they most definitely do not need to kick him off the team because of it.
“How could you not tell us!” Steve repeats brokenly.
They’re mad at him. This is closer to what Peter was expecting. He hangs his head in shame, letting their words wash over him. He deserves this. He kept something that could potentially affect the entire team from them knowingly.
“I’m sorry,” Peter whispers to the carpet, “I’m so sorry.”
The second thing Tony notices about Clint Barton is that he’s shy.
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Amazing Spider-Man (Movies - Webb), Spider-Man - All Media Types, Marvel Cinematic Universe
10 Mar 2014
Peter Parker was a responsible sixteen year old with superpowers who did not need a babysitter, goddamn it. Now if only Clint would believe him.
Prompt: Peter always thought his father was a normal guy, but was he really? (In which Clint adopted Peter years ago. He never actively compromised his cover, but he didn't try too hard to hide. Then a certain Tony Stark started coming by.)
That One Time Clint Lived in the Vents at Stark Tower for Three Months and No One Knew by Era_Penn for Hyouden
24 Oct 2015
Tony was pretty sure there was a ghost living out its afterlife in his kitchen. He thought it must have moved in approximately two Thursdays ago, and it seemed to really enjoying cooking - especially Italian - and crappy Chinese takeout. It also seemed to be very friendly, as it always left a note that said something along the lines of ‘for my generous host’ or ‘leftovers are Tony’s, NO ONE EAT’ on top of the food.
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21 May 2018
Fandoms: The Avengers (2012), Marvel Cinematic Universe
28 Jan 2013
Everyone is born with a number visible on a random body part, a number that only exists twice—on yourself and on your soul mate.
Tony, famous from birth, was brought up to always hide his number from everyone around him in order to protect both himself and his soul mate from kidnapping and extortion. Clint, meanwhile, had his number obliterated by an accident when he was young and now only has only his own memory to rely on, having no records of his number from before.
Then, one day, Clint accidentally sees Tony's number.
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19 May 2018