A/N: Wrote this to get out of my writer’s block. I hope you like it!
“Fuck!” Nat yanked the strings tighter and you gasped for air. “I know I wanted to wear a corset for Halloween but-”
“Authentication is the key.” She helped you straighten. “And look at how great your breasts look.”
“They do look pretty great.” You admired yourself in the mirror, running your hands down your torso and enjoying the feeling of the leather under your fingertips. “So…are you finally going to tell me who’s going to be at this party?”
“Nope, it’s a secret.” Nat chuckled as she adjusted her hair and makeup. “Don’t worry, you’re going to have fun.”
“You’re in for some serious hell if you’re lying to me.” You pointed at her and slipped into your leggings. “Why do I have to be a sexy cat? Why can’t I be like Victorian royalty?”
“Because last time you were drunk you let it slip that you’ve always wanted to dress up as one.” Wanda slipped into the room grinning. “I told Nat and she helped me get the costume, now let’s go.”
Bucky adjusting to the modern world would include... (Headcanon)
Request: NOT REQUESTED.
Summary: You help Bucky Barnes adjust to the modern world and it’s adorable.
Word count: 463
A/N: Bucky Barnes will be the death of me.
Visiting numerous museums where he could read about himself and the good life he lived Little kids gazing in awe at Bucky as they innocently touch his metal arm and bombard him with questions about his life Kid: “Mr Bucky, Sir, what was the war like?” Kid: “How did you survive the fall?” Kid: “Why did you kill lots of people?” Bucky becoming anxious because he isn’t able to handle and/or answer all their questions Having to take over and steer Bucky away from the growing crowd as he starts to break down Bucky constantly feeling bad that you have to go home early because of his anxiety. You: “Buck, let’s get home. I only wanted to see the parts about you anyway.” Spending hours in department stores as Bucky marvels at all of the new technology Bucky walking around the shop with an abundance of VERY expensive items in his arms so he can show them to you Worker: “Sir, if you wouldn’t mind putting those items down.” Bucky constantly receiving dirty looks from shop assistants as he touches everything a little too roughly Worker: “Sir, please put that down! Oh lord…. Security!?!” Bucky managing to rip security wires tied to expensive products wayyyyy too many times Having to desperately explain to the police he didn’t try and steal the £10,000 product, he was just looking You: “Officer, look it’s not that big of a deal, I’m sure it happens all the time” Policeman: “Not. Once.” Setting up Snapchat for Bucky Walking into the kitchen every day and finding Bucky and Steve going through all of the filters Bucky whipping out the dog filter at every inappropriate moment Bucky arguing with Tony about how he’s still masculine despite wanting to look like an adorable puppy 99.9% of the time Bucky: “At least I don’t hide in a tin can!” Tony: “At least magnets don’t attach themselves to my arm when I open the fridge because there’s certainly nothing ‘manly’ about that either!” Bucky loving to go to aquariums Bucky: “Y/N! Y/N!!! Look at the colourful fish! Y/N you’re not looking at the pretty fish!” Bucky freaking out when you tell him you’ve organised a trip to an aquarium where he can feed the sharks You: “Bucky! Don’t lean in so far! Sharks still bite in the 21st century!” Buck freaking out, even more, when you organise an outing at the zoo where he’ll be able to feed the penguins Bucky: “You’re joking, right? Penguins! OMP.” You: “It’s 'OMG’, Bucky.” Bucky: “Oh no, I meant Oh My Penguins, I’m hoping it’ll catch on!” Bucky wanting to constantly to go back and see the penguins Bucky: “Can we buy one?” You: “No, Bucky they live in zoos.” Bucky: “Can we buy a zoo then?”
A/N: REQUESTS ARE OPEN and constructive criticism is appreciated!
You have to pay attention to the moments when you’ve felt on top of the
world. I remember the first time I was on stage; I was doing ‘West Side
Story’. I was 17, and this woman was crying because she liked what I was
doing so much.