actually so relevant right now


Plenty more to come.

A/n: A little bit of fluff for y'all! This is just one of the many weird (this one’s not that weird) fantasies I have, so I wrote it for Bucky. I think it may be a little too fluffy, but oh well. (And if your significant other doesn’t treat you exactly this way then what is the point…) I’ve actually been exhausted all week so this is very relevant right now!

Proof read by way of a text-speech device.

Also, at the end I wrote ‘you and me’, and I think ‘you and I’ might be correct, but it sounds stupid so even it is wrong I’m not changing it, but just to say I am aware! Any language experts let me know which is right!

Summary: One year of marriage needs to be celebrated, but life gets in the way sometimes, and that’s okay.

Could be seen as a part two to this one, but that’s 18+ only please, and just a warning the reader is female there whereas here I kept it gender neutral. But Bucky and Y/N have the same sort relationship in both.

Pairing: Bucky Barnes/Reader (gender neutral)

Word count: 592 (short and sweet hopefully!)

Warnings: Mentions of/illusions to smut, but very mild. Apart from that just fluff :)


Keys rattling in the bowl by the front door drag you out of your accidental nap. Once you’ve woken up enough to remember where you are and why, you struggle against the tiredness in your limbs to lift yourself of the sofa and go welcome your husband home. Bucky’s peeling off his jacket when you enter the hallway, and you lean on the wall, watching. 

As he quietly undoes his shoes and carefully puts them away, you realise he must think you’re already in bed and is trying not to disturb you, and you fall in love all over again. When he finally notices you, the soft smile on his face is worth the wait. Dropping his bag to the ground without a care now he knows you’re awake, it doesn’t take him long to cross the hall and sweep you into his arms, holding you close as he kisses you. 

He lets you down and your grin mirrors his.

“Hey Bucky.”

“Happy first anniversary, doll.”

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anonymous asked:

So, first Toby tells us that he felt Flint had a very satisfying end and then he says it was an open ending. I guess he chose the happy one. What do you think?

yeah he chose the happy one as the ‘true’ one as did everyone that truly understands this show

at the end of the day anyone that is invested in this story and loves these characters and understands the relationship between flint and silver chose to believe the happy one. purely because its the one that feels right and its the only one that makes sense. after all they’ve been through together, after seeing that relationship develop on screen.. to think that john would kill the man he loved makes no fucking sense whatsoever. he has always chosen life over death, since the beggining. he could have killed billy but he didn’t, he couldn’t. he couldn’t even kill the man that tried to take away the two people closest to him. he simply didn’t have it in him. and that was just because billy used to be his friend. so you can imagine why im completely bewildered by how some people can believe this same man killed flint. john loved him. he loved him so much. the only reason he chose madi over flint was because his romantic feelings were repressed. he didn’t realise that these feelings were there. he hadn’t realised ‘that’ about himself yet. and the writers literally confirmed this. toby confirmed it too about flint, that his romantic feelings for silver were ‘buried deep’. that he was the ‘love of his life’ but never accepted it as romantic because the pain after thomas was too much. but the feelings were there. they were real.

toby said that silver was ‘the one he needed most of all’. how could that make any sense if silver killed him on that island. flint needed him most of all because silver gave him peace, he gave him thomas. he allowed him to let go of flint and bring mcgraw back. if you can truly see that, there should be no doubt in your mind that he actually killed him. honestly ‘can’t you see it?’ has never been so relevant right now. if you’ve been watching two points in space at the same time, if you’ve been paying attention to everything thats happened and everything the writers and toby have said you should be able to see clearly how silver truly ended flint.

Jem Carstairs character aesthetic

“Every heart has it’s own melody. You know mine.”