I SHOULD BE WRITING A 5 PAGE PAPER THAT IS DUE TOMORROW BUT HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA
Bucky was always there for Steve. He taught him to fight, looked out for him, set him up on dates… and in ‘38 when Steve’s mom died, Bucky Barnes was always there to pick up the pieces. Now it’s 2014– and when Bucky comes home, shell-shocked and broken, Steve finally has a chance to return the favour. (A sort of continuation/explanation of this! )
do you ever just think about how stunned and delighted steve rogers would be by supermarkets
like, obviously he’d pretty quickly calm down and start learning about food deserts and immigrant labor and environmentally safe practices and he’d have Feelings, but, like, the boy grew up during the great depression, just imagine the very first time he steps into a grocery store
"natasha they have sixteen kinds of peanut butter here"
"natasha look they have a display of oranges LOOK MORE ORANGES OVER THERE HOW MANY ORANGES CAN YOU EVEN HAVE, IT’S FEBRUARY"
"natasha there’s ice cream in TWENTY-TWO DIFFERENT FLAVORS"
"natasha they have so much food. natasha they have SO MUCH FOOD, NATASHA, CAN WE BUY ALL THE FOOD"
Steve was born about three years after my grandmother, so I always think of the ways living through the Depression shaped her when I think of how Steve would react to a lot of modern things.
Like, our conspicuous consumerism would just make his head explode. He’d recycle like crazy, and make disappointed faces at anyone who didn’t. He’d probably keep things that most of us would throw away: bags from loaves of bread or from produce in the supermarket (or better yet, he’d use those re-usable mesh bags for his produce); bag clips and twist-ties; wrappers from sticks of butter (which work great in place of parchment paper when you’re baking, FYI); etc.
friendly reminder that there’s a cut scene in Thor that while the Destroyer is blowing shit up, Darcy runs into the pet store to save all the animals and give them to people leaving the town
as things are being set on fire around her, she talks to the dog, telling him I won’t let the big scary monster step on you, and names it Baker
Why was this cut? I need that scene in the film!