Bucky Barnes is a national hero. As iconic in his own way as Captain America, his name is synonymous with loyalty and sacrifice. Mourned nationwide, Sergeant James Barnes was first recipient of the Barnes Cross, a medal awarded posthumously to those who have lost their lives during acts of exceptional valor. First awarded in 1946, the Barnes Cross has had 48 recipients in its history, most recently to 2nd Lieutenant Jack Riley of the 58th Pararescue Squadron.
imagine bucky and steve adopting a kid (maybe a little girl who'd look up to natasha and have piggy back rides on the hulk and fly with uncle sam and braid daddy bucky's hair)
it’s like… ten years later when steve hesitantly asks if bucky ever wanted kids.
one thing leads to another and they come home one day with this five year old girl in tow who was placed into the foster system after an Incident that they don’t talk about. (the social worker told bucky who almost FLIPPED HIS SHIT, so let’s just leave that alone for now.)
her name is grace and she’s the biggest fucking sweetheart ever, and she charms everyone on sight. thor teaches her how to braid asgardian style and she practices on “papa” (that’s bucky) when thor’s not around. and the first time bruce hulks out they expect her to be terrified but she just yells “UNCLE BRUCE” and flies at him, and the hulk just lets her climb all over him with this little blissed out smile on his face.
and grace follows beast around and finds all her favorite hiding places and retrieves stuff that she hears tony complaining that he’s lost and tony just kind of goes “finally, an ally against that hoarding cat!” (bucky proceeds to throw a dodgeball at his head, which makes grace laugh.)
they don’t let her fly with sam until she’s older, but it doesn’t take them long to figure out that she’s damn good at the wings, and the day that she picks up a bow steve and bucky know that any attempt at keeping her out of combat is fruitless- but anyway.
if you were to ask grace, she’d probably say that the days she spends with papa and dad watching disney movies and throwing popcorn at the screen every time something bad happens were her favorite days, but then again, she’d also tell clint that her favorite days were the ones she spent with him pranking the others, and she’d tell natasha that her favorite days were the days they spent out on the streets of new york together, and she’d tell tony that her favorite days were the ones where he let her play with the bots or help him fix the armor. (she may not be biologically related to bucky, but she is every inch his kid, through and through.)
best response to a sexist boyfriend
this movie had so many good points in it and it blew away the female stereotypes and I love this movie so much
True happiness exists and it is a piglet eating ice cream at a mini picnic table under a mini umbrella.
Imagine Muggleborns having patronuses that represent something from Muggle culture that they feel protected by. A shy Hufflepuff with a Pikachu patronus. A Slytherin who’s really nervous because of all the stuff in the past and they’re Muggleborn but they cast a patronus and it’s one of the Game of Thrones dragons. A Gryffindor being the talk of the common room because of their Jaeger patronus. A Ravenclaw with a comic obsession finding out their patronus is the Hulk.
have a shitty comic filled with all my emotion
Things my heart used to know, things it yearns to remember.
the pacific rim au of legally blonde though:
elle woods trying to get into jaeger academy to win back warner.
"you got into jaeger academy?" "what, like it’s hard?"
elle woods being drift compatible with vivian.
elle falling for LOCCENT officer emmett.
elle and vivian piloting a jaeger called delta nu.
THE BEND AND SNAP AS A FIGHTING TECHNIQUE