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im-themoonofyourlife  asked:

Imagine living where I live (seriously, it's summer, 11:06 am, 86 F degrees (30C degrees), with a lot of humidity, so you are not just sweaty but sticky also. (I am feeling gross right not). Bucky wants to cuddle, you don't because you are grossed by the heat. So bucky sticks his metal arm on the freezer to make you feel fresh and to get his cuddles. (I hate summer, winter please come back 😭)

It’s okay I don’t have to imagine I live in satan’s arsecrack, aka Australia

Fluffy Friday™

Four generations and over 70 years of U.S. Army Air Corps / U.S. Air Force air superiority, and the technological leaps that maintained it, are represented by a single formation of an F-22 “Raptor”, F-86 “Sabre”, F-16 “Fighting Falcon” and a P-51D “Mustang” during the Heritage Flight Training Course at Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, Ariz., Mar 5, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo by J.M. Eddins Jr.)

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After the Korean crisis, over 100 F-86Fs were given to Japanese Self Defence Force by the United States. After a while, Mitsubishi Heavy Industry started manufacturing F-86F under license, and finally three hundred Sabres were completed in Japan. At  its peak, all the Japanese Islands were covered with seven F-86F fighter groupes. The Blue Impulse have been flying on F-86F from 1960 to 1980.

Scars- Mitch Marner

Originally posted by ohmymarner

Ok so I know I said Mo was next, but this one called to me and I love you guys for sticking with me and my ADD brain. I’m so sorry!! I really hope you guys like this one and enjoy it! When I wrote it I forgot the prompt a minute but we got back to it! It’s a fun one, not too depressing until the end. If you guys EVER need anyone to talk to (about anything) I am here for you. Ok? I cut too previously but this is year…. 7? I think since I stopped. So I do understand.

Warning: cutting

Anon Requests: Would you do one where Mitch sees your self harm scars? Totally understand if you don’t want to😘

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              You tugged on the sleeves of your shirt, making sure they covered your wrists.

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