nataliehickey94:

I bet this is what Coulson has in his bathroom

nataliehickey94:

I bet this is what Coulson has in his bathroom





tommyshphrd:

peter parker asking the right questions







hotwhiteguy:

and they say romance is dead

hotwhiteguy:

and they say romance is dead



awkwardnaked:

laurenhooper:

babyitsasweetlife:

Goals

Fucking reblog forever

Goals

awkwardnaked:

laurenhooper:

babyitsasweetlife:

Goals

Fucking reblog forever

Goals



stability:

My mom thought we would need a hammer to get this pole into the ground but I just pushed it in and I almost said “psh, hammer my asshole” but then I realized



verysharpteeth:

shipperwolf1:

airyairyquitecontrary:

sebastianastan:

superrsoldiers:

my favorite thing is when steve hides full body behind the shield

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HOW DOES A BIG FELLA LIKE HIM EVEN DO THAT

I think, if/when Bucky takes the shield, this is one of those things that will separate his style from Steve’s. Because he’s not gonna curl up full-body behind it.

Steve’s default is defensive. Bucky’s is offensive. More likely, we’ll see him using the shield as a weapon, or using it to partially shield his right side while throwing his metal fist into someone’s face.

He’ll incorporate some of Steve’s defense tactics, sure enough, but he’s probably going to focus most of his energy on taking down his enemies before they even get the opportunity to attack him.

Either way, it’ll be interesting to see how their styles differ when using the shield.

I think people don’t grasp how fundamentally they were ALWAYS sort of like that. Steve started fights with provocation, but generally ended up trying to defend himself. Bucky we see just wading in knocking people right and left. It becomes more pronounced when Steve is allowed to become Cap and works all his training and style around his shield. Bucky is turned into the Winter Soldier and while he might not LIKE what they made him into, they honed his natural aggression into a finely tuned skill set. Even their fight against each other, Bucky doesn’t do defensive very often (EXCEPT when he picks up the shield).

There’s also the HUGE difference that Bucky uses guns and Steve doesn’t. Bucky makes it VERY clear when he takes up the shield that that’s not something he’s giving up. They foreshadowed that HUGELY in TFA the first time Bucky handles the shield and he uses it not to hide behind, but walking forward SHOOTING.

Also, if we’re going to get real technical, the shield is just symbolic for Bucky. This is a man who functions as the Winter Soldier after he gives up being Cap with really nothing but guns and whatever he can get his hands on. He throws an arrow through someone’s FACE, for pete’s sake (with his REAL arm, not the cyborg one). He’ll use the shield, but never quite as gracefully as Steve (Bucky ISN’T as graceful as Steve…their styles are like comparing a dancer to a tornado). Bucky Cap was CAP, but he could never be confused for Steve.



If Derek and Argent could sit down and have a glass of Bourbon or a glass of Whiskey, and just talk about Kate… it would be the most epic hate conversation. [x]



ultraviiolett:

Dylan O’Brien talking about zombies.



notanotherteenwolfpodcast:

I…am so insanely jealous right now. (X)




"Gingerly Harry took another step forward. Something shifted in the shadows at the end of the hall, and before any of them could say another word, a figure had risen up out of the carpet, tall, dust-colored, and terrible; Hermione screamed and so did Mrs. Black, her curtains flying open; the gray figure was gliding toward them, faster and faster, its waist-length hair and beard streaming behind it, its face sunken, fleshless, with empty eye sockets: Horribly familiar, dreadfully altered, it raised a wasted arm, pointing at Harry."

"Gingerly Harry took another step forward. Something shifted in the shadows at the end of the hall, and before any of them could say another word, a figure had risen up out of the carpet, tall, dust-colored, and terrible; Hermione screamed and so did Mrs. Black, her curtains flying open; the gray figure was gliding toward them, faster and faster, its waist-length hair and beard streaming behind it, its face sunken, fleshless, with empty eye sockets: Horribly familiar, dreadfully altered, it raised a wasted arm, pointing at Harry."