Summary: You’re a fresh university graduate, set on finding the world’s best cup of tea to enjoy in your most favourite season of all: Autumn. On a day off from your internship, you venture down to the next coffee shop on your list with laptop in hand, hoping to be able to work on the ending of the novel you’re writing. That’s what you meet the charming Bucky Barnes, a barista with an eye for you from the moment he sees you walk through the door who just so happens to want to hear about your book.
Warnings: This is the fluffiest of all fluffy fluffs. Bad editing, I’ll go back later I promise.
A/N: Autumn is the prettiest season and Bucky is the prettiest metal armed super soldier. Coincidence? I think not.
Tea was probably your most favourite substance on the planet. English breakfast, earl grey, orange pekoe, chai, you name it. You’d discovered that fall was by far the best time to engage in tea drinking, and you’d scour the coffee shops of your town in search of the best cup the moment you started to see the leaves change from luscious greens to crisp reds.
When you stepped out of your home a cool wind hit your face, blowing your thick scarf back behind your shoulder as the blissful scent of fall leaves and cinnamon from your neighbor next door, who’d ever so kindly left their kitchen window wide open to let the inviting smell of their baking echo into the streets.
A smile decorated your lips as you began the walk to the next coffee house on your list, ‘Howling Commandos Coffee’, your leather boots picking up stray fallen leaves as you ever so happily marched down the sidewalk, a skip in your step all the while.
You reached into your purse, pulling out the pair of headphones that had be subject to a horrendous tangle while remaining stagnant in your bag for god knows how long. You were so prepared for fall, that you even had a fall playlist in your music.
and Spring passed quickly below the rotten elm tree
You weren’t kissed there you were pissed in the lavatory
And shaving is something that you grew out of
and it would take a heat wave to get you to take your jacket off.
kind of a disgrace that this album flopped. it’s a series of extremely eloquent, very ‘English’(yes I know they’re from Scotland, but it’s a what they call it) indie pop songs. they lyrics are really 'withnail and i’, and the guitars are super pretty and creative.
i tell you not to love me but i still kiss you when i want to ❤ listen ❤
// 001 bathtub [ waxahatchee ] // 002 my best friend’s hot! [ the dollyriots ] // 003 when my boy walks down the street [ the magnetic fields ] // 004 closer [ the tiny ] // 005 i’m not in love [ 10cc ] // 006 roll to me [ del amitri ] // 007 strawbear [ keaton henson ] // 008 watsky [ sloppy seconds ] // 009 accidentally in love [ counting crows ] // 010 from eden [ hozier ] // 011 tongue tied [ grouplove ] // 012 twin sized mattress [ the front bottoms ] // 013 serial killer [ lana del rey ] // 014 basic space [ the xx’s ] // 015 boom clap [ charli xcx ] // 016 cold is the night [ the oh hello’s ] // 017 one week [ barenaked ladies ] // 018 losing my religion [ rem ] // 019 a world alone [ lorde ] // 020 fuckabout [ drenge ] // 021 love lust [ king charles ] // 022 who’d have known [ lily allen ] // 023 pretty little head [ eliza rickman ] // 024 daylight [ matt and kim ] // 025 stubborn love [ the lumineers ] // 026 charmer [ tiger’s jaw ] // 027 you won’t [ television ] // 028 i think i love you [ waxahatchee ]
“You’re pretty hot, you know that? We should hook up, go out.”
Kate Bishop is proof that Tommy Shepherd’s schtick about not doing feelings or holding hands is all talk.
Ain’t it Fun- Paramore|I Never Planned on You/Don’t Come a Knocking- Newsies OBC|Water’s Gettin’ Too Hot- Talkfine|Uptown Girl- Billy Joel|The Moment- Jim and the Povolos|Lying in the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off- Panic! At the Disco|Roll to Me- Del Amitri|Animal Love I- Charlene Kaye|Don’t You Want Me- The Human Leaugue|Committed- Jim and the Povolos|It Gets Better- Fun.|Get Lucky- Daft Punk