tbh one of the many good things about being married is having someone that thinks u look cute all the time…even when u first wake up or while you’re sleeping or when u just straight up think u look like a trash can.
Very cute. I just love the idea of Tony gushing over Rhodey and always trying to get Rhodey’s attention. I also love the headcanon that Tony really loves giving and receiving affection, and Rhodey doesn’t mind giving Tony affection in turn, but at the same time he feels he has carry himself in a professional manner so he tends to be a bit more reserved in public. This thus leads to Tony constantly trying to find ways to get Rhodey to touch him in public (
the back rub scene in Star Trek TOS), and of course vice versa.
I also like to imagine that Rhodey is pretty laid back, but the second Tony is in trouble–real honest to god, there is no way he can get out of this on his own trouble–Rhodey just goes into mama bear mode and attacks whoever or whatever is harming Tony.
They are practically the epitome of dorks in love, and it’s just so sweet, I should probably see a dentist.
Oh i wonder what ship i will send, such a mystery, you would of never expected. KanoKido
Who accidentally pushes a door instead of pulling/vice versa: Kido. And Kano is right there behind her so of course he makes fun of her, she glares, he laughs more, she goes in and tries to shut the door without letting him in, just a normal everyday ocurrence in their lives.
Who doodles little hearts all over the desk with their initials inside them: lol no one tbh
Who starts the tickle fights: sometimes it’s Kano, other times it’s Kido. The question is who ends them, Kido mostly, unless Kano cheats and tries to pull her into a kiss. That worked a few times, Kido isn’t falling for your tricks anymore Kano.
Who starts the pillow fights: same as before but the reason they start them is different. Kano, to try to get her attention when she’s ignoring him or something. Kido, when he does or says something stupid she throws a pillow at him that doesn’t really have to end in a pillow fight anyway.
Who falls asleep last, watching the other with a small affectionate smile: Kano does.
Who mistakes salt for sugar: I mean Kido wouldn’t, so if she ever does it’s because someone was feeling in a very pranky mood and will probably get no food that day.
Who lets the microwave play the loud beeping sound at 1am in the morning: Kano, Kido wouldn’t wake up anyway.
Who comes up with cheesy pick up lines: Kano most likely.
Who rearranges the bookshelf in alphabetical order: Hmm Kido probably.
Who licks the spoon when they’re baking brownies: Kano so Kido kicks him out of the kitchen.
Who buys candles for dinners even though there’s no special occasion: I see most likely Kano doing it.
Who draws little tattoos on the other with a pen: Kano does, Kido doesn’t mind because they’re hidden under her infinite layers of clothes anyway.
Who comes home with a new souvenir magnet every time they go on vacation: Kano.
Who convinces the other to fill out those couple surveys in the back of magazines: Kano does, Kido secretly likes them and Kano knows it.
Clarke is the sheriff of Milwaukee. I found this on Twitter on 7/14/16, in the wake of the massacre of five Dallas cops. Of course, leftists hate quotes like this because they think laws are inherently discriminatory, hence they think their side has the green light to commit as much violence as they want.
Note: “Law and order” is a specific type of policing that entails giving more severe prison terms for violent crime & theft in order to physically keep the worst offenders off of the streets. (The TV show is named after that phrase, not vice versa.) This of course benefits the law-abiding residents of low-income inner city areas where these types of crimes flourish.