Just Plain Feels... You Are Welcome. (3/3)
A few of the Avengers were on vacation seeing that Christmas was in a week, and they decided to have a movie marathon to enjoy their time off. Their main objective was to catch up some of the members with current movies, and with every movie marathon, there is a Disney movie- or in this case, a Pixar movie. The Avengers decided to watch ‘The Incredibles’ which was even more entertaining, with them being superheroes.
Let’s just say Thor and Vision did not agree with Edna’s ‘No Capes’ policy. But that wasn’t the height of the movie. The best reaction was Bucky’s at the beginning of the movie.
They all had their eyes on the screen, some with popcorn in hand. The opening scene was very captivating to them with the debate of the superhero’s accountability on the public’s damage. But that’s not what jump-started Bucky. No, it was the scene where Bob was trying to convince Lucius to help an armed robbery.
“Oh my god,” Bucky uttered. He leaned over closer to the screen, catching the attention of the other Avengers.
“What?” Sam asked.
Bucky bursted into laughter, which was a rare sight to see. “I’m convinced in 30 years Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson will basically be Mr. Incredible and Frozone,” Bucky sputtered through his laughter.
Many joined in on the laughter, but Steve and Sam didn’t find it as amusing.
“Anyone else find it weird how Frozone sounds so similar to Fury?” Clint wondered.
“You’re right!” Tony exclaimed. “We should invite the voice actor over, just to pull a few pranks.” Tony tapped on his phone. A few seconds later, Tony informed, “Samuel L. Jackson.”
At that moment, Natasha walked through the common room, passing by the others. She was sporting Thor’s red cape, probably to keep her warm from the cold weather. All eyes followed her. When she was out of sight, Clint stated, “She keeps stealing all our clothes. Just yesterday she was wearing my sweatpants.”
“Last week, I caught her wearing my favorite ‘Black Sabbath’ tee,” Tony added, throwing his hands in the air. “Didn’t even try denying it.”
“Why does she do that?” Scott asked, rubbing his chin. He was wondering if he locked up his room before he left.
“She’s trying to establish dominance,” Tony remarked.
“She’s succeeding,” Bruce muttered. The others looked at Bruce but nodded in agreement simultaneously.
Clint glanced at Steve, his face scrunched up in concentration. Steve saw it and his eyes furrowed together, suspicious of what he was up to. But he shook it off and continued watching the movie. Turns out, the others started betting money on who can get Steve to do the most ridiculous thing.
A few days ago, Clint realized that literally all it takes to get Steve to do the thing is to get Bucky to tell him not to do the thing. “Hey, Cap,” Clint said. He’s going win five hundred dollars off of Stark for this one. "You ever think about jumping off the roof?“
“Can’t say that I have,” said Steve. Tony and Bucky’s attention shifted to their conversation.
“Really?” Clint asked. "Because I bet you could make it to the next building over.“
“Probably could,” said Steve. "But I know what you’re doing. I’m not going to try.“
“Damn right you’re not,” Bucky muttered.
Steve slapped his hands on his thighs. ”You know what?” he stated, standing up. “There is only one way to know for sure. Guys, I’m going to jump off the roof.” With that, Steve left the room. Not even realizing what was happening.
Bucky jolted upright and followed Steve, hot on his tail. “Steve, oh my God, if you jump off that roof, I will END YOU,” he reprimanded.
“Huh,” Scott said. “And here, I assumed that Bucky was the one who used to get Steve into trouble.”
“Whenever Bucky’s around, Steve is 1000x more reckless,” Sam explained. “Probably because it is way more fun to do dangerous shit, when you have someone trailing around after you and telling you that it is a terrible idea.”
“Yep,” Clint said, popping the ‘p’. “Pay up.” Clint extended his hand in Tony’s direction. Tony muttered a string of curse words, while trying to get his wallet out of his pocket.