*gotg

maxifuckoff  asked:

How would the boys react to a bae that used to or is currently stripping (for money not that they randomly decided to take their clothes off).

Faraday: There’s like a 900% chance he met you because he was at a burlesque show on a night you were performing. He literally gives no fucks at first because you’re just a fuck buddy, but the more involved you get, the more you find that he’s sitting front row at every single show, glaring at any man who looks at you the wrong way. 

Andy: He absorbs it in stages. First he’s all shocked and does lots of nervous, immature giggling. This leads him into making a comment that comes off the wrong way. Then, he gets jealous af. Then he gets sort of sad because he wants you to only get naked for him. Finally, after a come to Jesus talk with Ron, he approaches you with an armful of newspaper clippings of jobs he has found for you that involve not taking off your clothes (specifically the one circled in red to help him shine shoes). 

Owen: HAHA NOPE ALPHA’S EYES ONLY SO YOU GET OVER HERE AND PUT YOUR CLOTHES BACK ON RIGHT NOW DONT WORRY YOU CAN TAKE THEM OFF AGAIN WHEN WE ARE ALONE IN MY BUNGALOW 

Quill: Tries to pretend like he’s chill with it, but likes to drop lots of casual, passive aggressive comments about how you’re really good at what you do, but the galaxy has enough strippers, and he’d rather you just do it for him. You finally agree, but only if he promises to give you a show, too. 

You know, I will give Doctor Strange credit for one thing: it seems like it’s being marketed correctly. 

Most Marvel films (main exception being GOTG) are marketed as films that take the plots and characters serious and have a lot of drama, then the movie comes and you realize you were duped. But Doctor Strange, they’re already putting their terrible jokes right there in the trailer. Dr Strange isn’t tricking me into thinking it’s important, it’s letting me know up front that it isn’t.