Avengers React: Period (Avengers x Reader)

Imagine: Being on your period and all of the avengers having different reactions. 

(f/n)-First Name

Originally posted by skullsanddeath

Not even two minutes after you woke up the unbearable cramps started. That let you know that it was the star of hell week. You groaned irritably before sitting up and heading over to your attached bathroom. You looked in the mirror and glared at yourself.

Now was as good a time as any to mention that you got incredibly grumpy during your period. You tended to try and hide out in your room during these few days. Even Fury knew not to give you missions during this time unless they were absolutely mandatory.

When you opened the medicine cabinet, you searched frantically for the Aleve. When you saw that the tiny bottle wasn’t there, you had the urge to scream. Those blue pills were what made you a functional human being during these times. Now that you didn’t have them…no one in your vicinity would be having a good time.

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a-drays-mind  asked:

☃ for everyone or anyone ya please! ovo

Here are all their favorite seasons!

As for their most disliked seasons:

Tide: n/a, just happens to like spring the most
Radiance: Fall, her leaves kinda change into a brown color that she dislikes
Eoin: Winter, he hates the cold. Like a lot.
Gemini: Summer, Doesn’t really enjoy the heat
Sephtis: Winter. He’s a worm, winter is his natural enemy
Sunny: Spring, he has allergies and thats when flowers n stuff start blooming
Priscilla: Spring, dislikes all the rain, her soccer games get cancelled
Benji: Fall, doesn’t like seeing plants wither and die as it gets colder
Carrot: n/a, just likes spring the most

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“Just don’t curse”

I’m honestly curious.
On posts that claim cursing is alright and cursing is ok why do people feel like they need to add their opposing demands?

“Don’t curse!” they cry out.


Why can’t we curse?

“The Threefold Law!”


The Three Fold Law was originally published in a fictional work titled High Magic’s Aid by Gerald Gardner.

The story is about two brother’s who set out to reclaim their land. In an interview in 1991 Valiente states, “I think old Gerald cooked it up in one of his rituals, and people took it terribly literally.”

(Valiente was an early initiate and high priestess of Gardner, being initiated by him in 1953. She is sometimes referred to as the “Mother of Witchcraft” because of her extensive collaboration with Gardner in reworking his notes into a more formal book of shadows. One of her more most well-know contributions is the poetic form of the Charge of the Goddess.)

Belief in the simple law of cause and effect is a popular one among witches of all traditions; however, this particular way of expressing it [the three-fold law] seems to have originated with the Gardnerians and is peculiar to their English tradition.

Gardnerians who did not work with Lady Owen or Raymond Buckland did not have this emphasis on a three-fold return. Unlike the Crowthers, however, Valiente, along with several other coven members split from Gardner around 1960 due to his habit of presenting his personal opinions as law.[x]

Through my research on the topic, though it not completely thorough, many Wiccans and witches agree that the words of one person are not law. Many also agree that witches should not be held to a special set of law and rules simply because they practice witchcraft. 

“The Wiccan Rede!”


The Wiccan Rede is not the same thing, though it too was created by a single person. Those who practice NeoWicca do NOT have to follow any rules or laws put forth by specific traditions.

 I would also like to emphasize that Gardnerian Wicca is based on initiation and is therefore a closed practice. It is not a title one should claim unless initiated. That being said plenty of Wiccans do not follow the Three Fold Law or The Rede. Those aspects of Wicca apply to very specific traditions in specific practices. If you are at all interested in Wicca I urge you to research “rules” and “laws” before simply accepting them as such.

“Bad Karma!”


That isn’t how karma works. [x] [x]

“Cursing is only ok when….”


You don’t get to judge what is “ok” for other people. 
You weren’t elected, selected or asked.
Your own moral values are not the same as other, stop forcing them onto other people.

Stop telling people cursing is “bad” or “isn’t ok”.

What goes around comes around.” 


This isn’t a good reason. That is a belief you are personally invested in.
That doesn’t mean anyone else has to follow it.

I don’t believe in it. I’ve seen people lie, cheat, steal and physically abuse others and nothing ill has ever come of it. I’ve seen people help those in need, go above and beyond, and honestly want to just help others lose everything. Newborns dying of horrible, painful diseases. Animals being tortured. People dying in wars they want no part of.

I don’t believe in “what goes around comes around”.

If you personally don’t curse thats fine.
Stop policing pro-cursing posts because you feel like people aren’t paying you enough attention.

I have never once seen a good reason to not curse.
At the core, at it’s origin, witchcraft was born of cursing, of hexes, of spoiling milk and killing livestock….

These are the roots of witchcraft. To say anything otherwise is pretty talk and a complete ignorance to the true history of the craft itself.

School Implements 'No Cursing' Rule But Only for Girls
Female students at a Catholic high school in northern New Jersey have taken a “no-cursing” pledge at the request of school administrators, though some question why no such demand was made of male students.

Could they be more obvious with this double standard?

Lori Flynn, a teacher who organized the campaign at Queen of Peace High School in North Arlington, told The Record of Woodland Park there is no double-standard. She says that while males weren’t asked to take the vow, they have been asked not to swear when girls are near.

Flynn says school officials want “ladies to act like ladies.” And Brother Larry Lavallee, the school’s principal, says girls have the foulest language.

Many girls said they would try to follow the pledge they took Friday morning, even though they believe it should apply to all students.

This is my favorite part of the article:

“It’s unattractive when girls have potty mouths,” said Nicholas Recarte, 16.

A pitcher on the school’s baseball team, Recarte said he can’t help shouting obscenities from the mound after mishaps, and he didn’t expect that to change.

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So a Catholic and her boyfriend walk into a movie theater...

…and the movie is Deadpool. 

When my boyfriend found out Deadpool was coming out as a movie he was really excited, but kept telling me that I shouldn’t see it, please don’t see it, you wouldn’t like it.  At first I passed it off as nothing.  But when he kept bringing it up, I got frustrated.  Why is it okay for you to indulge in crude humor while knowing that it is beneath my moral standards?  It’s okay for me to have high standards, but you just can’t be bothered?  
Yeah, I wasn’t happy.  But he defended himself to the point that I actually ended up going to see the movie with him as a sort of Valentine’s Day gift.  
I kind of wish I hadn’t.  I mean, he really appreciated that gift, but dang, I can’t unsee some of that raunchy stuff.  
And then I stumbled across some verses today, that made me realize that I wasn’t being a bad girlfriend or prudish person for being upset about my boyfriend delighting in such crude, raunchy humor.  
Let there be no filthiness nor foolish talk nor crude joking, which are out of place, but instead let there be thanksgiving.
(Ephesians 5:4) 
Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear. (Ephesians 4:29)
Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.
(Philippians 4:8)

I can’t believe I let him lower my standards.  How am I supposed to become a saint by condoning this kind of behavior (especially since I used to find it so easy to avoid) in someone with whom I supposedly want to spend the rest of my life?  I love him dearly, but wow, this has opened my eyes tonight.  

It’s so annoying that every time I talk about a cute baby in front of one of my relatives they’re like “oh your biological clock is ticking.” That’s bullshit. Babies are adorable and the fact that I don’t want one doesn’t stop me from noticing that. I think rats are adorable too but no one ever says “oh her rat alarm is going off.”