hawkeye what are we going to do with you

“How long do you think?” Kate jerks her chin towards Bucky and Steve who are running or as Kate likes to call it we can’t do anything without flirting including exercise.

“How long til what?” Sharon leans against Kate. They have been doing civilized morning things, like outdoor yoga and walking shelter dogs because Sharon’s landlord is a monster who doesn’t allow pets.

Kate responds with an eye roll before offering an actual answer. “Before Bucky proposes. Duh.”

“You think Bucky is going to propose? Well, that’s wrong. It’s going to be Steve.”

“You call yourself a secret agent? That’s terrible. That’s so wrong. I feel much worse about our national security now–gah!” Kate ends on a shriek as Sharon’s cold fingers sneak under the hem of her shirt.

This leads to Sharon chasing Kate for a bit, until Kate climbs a tree.
“You know I can just wait for you to come down,” Sharon pants.

“I’m a bird,” Kate informs her, perched on a branch. “I’ll call my Falcon friend and have him help me fly away. Or there’s a kite up here…I could just glide away, flying squirrel style. Doreen would like that,” she muses, and Sharon knows well enough when Kate is actually thinking about doing the stupid thing. Time to distract.

“You really think Barnes is going to propose first?”

“Uh, yeah.”

“Enough to bet on it?”

Kate tears her gaze from the sun-faded kite to regard Sharon with narrowed eyes.

“If Steve proposes, you come to book club–”

“Uuugh, what? No, I hate–”

“And if Bucky proposes, I’ll have Mom teach you how to make her cannoli.”

Kate’s lips thin into a hard line before she drops down a few branches, landing in front of Sharon. “You strike a hard bargain, Carter.” She thrusts her hand out, and Sharon shakes it.
“What do you think?” Barnes tosses a box at Sharon’s head that she catches out of instinct.

She opens it, staring uncomprehendingly at the circle nestled in velveteen. “It’s not really my style.”

“For Steve.”

“Oh! Right. Yeah, that’s really nice, Bucky.”

“Good.” His breath exits him in a whoosh. “I mean, Kate thought it was good, too, but she’s a Hawkeye, and I didn’t know if I should trust someone who loves purple that much.”

“On one hand, yes, true, but on the other…” Sharon shrugs. “Manhattan socialite. She’s good with jewelry.”

“I thought the ring she picked out was pretty good, but I told her she picked it out too big.” Bucky tilts his head towards Sharon like this is supposed to mean something. “So you and Kate set a date yet?”


“Yeah, you know. Going to the chapel and we’re gonna get married,” he trails off. “She…hasn’t….asked you…yet?” He says it like a man slowly realizing that he really fucked up. “Oh, goddamnit.”

Stupidly, the only thing Sharon can think is Kate knew she would win the bet, how do I always lose bets to her?

Oh my god,” Kate’s voice descends from the ceiling. “Barnes, you are the worst goddamn spy ever.”

“I’m not a spy, I’m an assassin!” He shouts up in Kate’s general direction.

“Don’t yell at my fiancée!” Sharon yells before actually processing what she’s saying.

There’s a sharp gasp from the ceiling, followed by a dull crack followed by, “Aww, futz,” followed by Kate falling through the ceiling tiles.

“Hi,” Sharon leans over Kate. “Did you have something you wanted to ask me, Hawkeye?”

Avengers Preferences: What they do when you go missing.

Anon: The reader wants to get out of ‘the life’ and disappears the team goes crazy finding you. Tony hacks everyone, Natasha pulls in all her contacts, Steve is being Steve, Wanda was the reader’s best friend as was Natasha thanks :)

Notes: We don’t usually accept requests for preferences but I tried to write this as a fan fiction but couldn’t do it. So have a preference instead :)

Steve - He’s ordered by Fury to not get involved because his emotions might get in the way. So instead of sitting around thinking about the things that could have happened to you, he tried to take his frustration out on other things.

Originally posted by steviepinkiepierogers

Clint - Clint goes straight into the field, even though everyone told him to stay at the Tower until they got a lead. He couldn’t just sit around and wait for you to get hurt. 

Originally posted by pennyroyalorange

Thor - Thor immediatly drags everyone out to go and find you. He makes the team split up into teams of two as they search for you and he orders them all to tell him straight away if they find even a small lead.

Originally posted by thorvalkyrie

Tony - He hacks everyone. Literally everyone. Including the Avengers themselves and his own phones just in case you left a hint that didn’t get. The minute he finds even the slightest of things, he puts on his suits and goes to fight to get you back.

Bucky - Steve had to physically hold him back when he was told you were missing. He nearly had a breakdown at the thought of what could be happening to you and was very close to entering Winter Soldier mode. But Steve promised to help him search as long as he swears to stay calm.

Bruce - No one told him in case of making him angry. But after a few days he managed to figure it out and went crazy that no one told him but forced himself not to let the other guy out so he can focus on finding you, 

Natasha - Natasha tries to keep her cool and simply focus on trying to find you but on the inside she was panicking.

Loki - He manages to find the person who took you fairly quickly and makes sure they pay for putting you through that the moment who got you to safety.


a compilation of avengers getting political

@arukou-arukou​ take these with a grain of salt, i have not read most of them

MAKE AMERICA GAY AGAIN by imafriendlydalek

The Morning After by shethinksshesabard

Little Bummer Boy (Fuck Trump) by WillowPerpetua

Protest by Meilan_Firaga

Plant Yourself Like a Tree by Darth_Claire

United We Stand, Divided We Fall by buckyjerkbarnes

you’ve got the world planned in your mind by stars_inthe_sky

American Values (podfic) by  cassandraoftroy, Liara_Shadowsong

Make Our Voices Heard by stuckyfeelings

Soapbox Steve by Perpetual Motion (perpetfic)* 

Average Avengers Local Chapter 7 of New York City by hetrez*

Captain America is not a Republican by shadowen

Oncoming Storms by inkykeys

family will follow you anywhere and back by pastelfalcon

but I still haven’t found what I’m looking for by verity

Known Associates by thingswithwings

Stephen Colbert is the Avengers’ Favorite Interviewer by TheoMiller

The Spaces Between My Fingers are Right Where Yours Fit Perfectly by holliswrites, sidium 

We Gonna Be Alright by mikeymagee

Veterans against the Black Snake by HadschiHalefOmar

The Hawkeye Initiative by Ysabetwordsmith

Tony Stark Has Had Worse Ideas by TheoMiller

Do Not Go Gentle by Gryffindancer

I’m your national anthem by 100indecisions

Steve Rogers Takes Offense and the World Gets Schooled by RurouniHime

Tony Stark Takes a Liberty and the Universe Thanks Him by RurouniHime

#StandWithWendy by shell

Green Chaos by Ikol

Election Day by pineapplesquid

History Doesn’t Punish Enough by asimplewalk

Tell Me Why… (AKA Black Superhero Support Group) by SimpleSisypheanTask

He’s Allowed to be Mad This Time by crookedcig

Phil Coulson is Not the Avengers’ Public Relations Manager by scifigrl47

*I have read these two and they are AMAZING

please let me know if any of these are gross and need to be removed 


Hey, look at me. It’s your fault, it’s everyone’s fault, who cares. Are you up for this? Are you? Look, I just need to know cause the city is flying. Ok, look, the city is flying, we’re fighting an army of robots, and I have a bow and arrow. None of this makes sense. But I’m going back out there cause it’s my job. Ok, and I can’t do my job and babysit. Doesn’t matter what you did, or what you were. If you go out there, you fight and you fight to kill. Stay in here, you’re good. I’ll send your brother to come find you. But if you step out that door, you are an Avenger. - Clint Barton/Hawkeye 

My mom just watched Civil War, and I’m crying.


“WTF is wrong with Steve?!”

“The other two movies were better.”

“Hawkeye and Ant-Man are fucking morons. Not only did they ditch their kids, their families probably don’t even know where they are.”



“How much property damage did they cause?”

“’Steve, don’t do this, you’re going to make things worse.’ aaaaand there he goes, doing it anyway, and, what do you know, everything is worse.”

“Tony and the others aren’t even being mean about it, and Steve and everyone are being such assholes.”

“Except Sam. I still like Sam.”

“Why didn’t they just… they should have let us write this movie.” (After we talk for a few minutes on various scenarios)

“Steve kissing Sharon was weird. Just… no.”

“Is Paltrow going to be in any more movies?”

“I don’t know how I feel about Spiderman. I like him as Spiderman, but I didn’t care for the stuff with him as a kid.”

“I’m so angry.”

“Ant-Man was weird and dumb and out of place. Why did they even invite him?”

“You’d think Steve would have listened to Natasha, at least. And everyone is trying to be friendly when they convince him to sign the thing. Until the airport. Which he started.”

“What else has Black Panther been in?”

“Steve carjacked a police car. And beat a bunch of them up.”

“Did they leave Tony in the snow to die?!”


“You know, I bet Bucky would have been fine if they had left him alone.”

“Seriously why Sharon and Steve? He dated her aunt, that’s nasty.”

“When’s the next Avengers movie? Who’s going to be in it?”

“I really miss Thor.” (Me too, mom. Me, too.)


“Clint what are you doing.” You groaned, your dressing gown hardly putting up any protection to the cold outside. Clint proudly stood with two pumpkins in his hands and one immature grin slapped onto his face.

“(Y/N) we can’t waste anytime, we need to stock up on sweets too. We should be that extra cool house that gives out big bars of chocolate!” He squealed pushing past you and into your kitchen. You slammed your front door shut and turned around.

“You don’t even live here.”

“Well I do now.”


Some highlights:

  • Seb and Mackie try to come up with a “Love Team” name for themselves
  • Mackie: “Never have dinner on a first date.”
  • Apparently it takes about 30 minutes to get into costume for them but it’s “a long strange process” and Seb has 3 helpers whereas Mackie has 15 helpers
  • They would trade Hawkeye for Black Widow, because as Seb says “We can do okay without him, but we NEED Black Widow.”
  • If Seb could use a superpower to win over a girl, he’d read her mind.
  • What would you say to your love interest? Seb: “What are you doing later on, are you around? You wanna hang out? You wanna go to the pool? I’m down.” To which Mackie burst out laughing.

Feel free to request more HS!Avengers

Natasha: “It’s bad enough I have to train with you guys but now we’re all going to school together.”
Steve: “Does it suck that everyone can see what a nerd you are out of training?”
Thor: “I don’t know, this could be a bonding experience for us… Or not.. I’ll stop talking.”
Clint: “Hey Thor’s right man. We get to go to high school together. Do you how sick our parties are going to be?”


“Please don’t leave again.” You begged your husband as you packed. “We need you here. Me, the kids. We hate you leaving us!” You looked at him as you sat down on your bed. You noticed that his face was strong but his eyes were sad. 

“I need to go, Y/N.” Clint sighed, sitting next to you. “They need me.” 

“No, they don’t. We do. They don’t need you at all.” You spoke quickly and desperatly and didn’t realise what you were saying until it was said. You watched as Clint face dropped and he stood up quickly. “No, Clint you know what I meant.”

“So that’s it. My own wife thinks I’m pointless.” He said angrily. You shook your head and stood up. 

“Please don’t yell.” You pleaded since you didn’t want your children to hear you arguing. “I only meant that we need you in our lives-”

“Do you? Do you really need me?” Clint walked up to you. “Because I think the people out there who are being killed by Ultron need me more.” He was really yelling now *gif* and you could feel his hot breath on your face he was so close. You didn’t judge him for it though and didn’t feel angry since it was understandable why he was angry. He was so stressed out lately. “Stop being selfish, Y/N. The Avengers may do fine without me, I know that, but the people who are dying right this second need everything they can get. Including me.” 

And with that, Clint stormed out of your room. You rubbed your eyes tiredly and sat back down on your bed. You would give him a few hours to calm down before you go and apologise. 


anonymous asked:

Loving your thoughts on Civil War but I just wondered if you had any more to say about Clint. I really felt with this movie that even though the Russos did a fantastic job depicting him, they are totally constrained now because of Whedon's stupid Little House on the Prairie fuck up. Like there is nowhere left for his character to go and the wasted potential really bugs me. (Also we got half a minute of Clint/Nat scenes, which was also disappointing.) What do think? Thanks!

Oh man. I don’t really know how to answer this except by maybe posting gifs of all of Clint’s moments. The filmmakers are definitely constrained now post-Farmgate, but I love that Clint is given both some ‘lol wut’ canon!Clinty moments (’I knew I shoulda stretched’) and also a powerful confrontation scene with Tony, which together gives him more three-dimensionality than ever before in the MCU.

Also, ‘You were pulling your punches.’ I WILL SHIP CLINTASHA IN HELL

“Steve, I think it’s time we talk about you and Tasha.”

“What about me and Nat?”

“Well, you two have been together for a while now…”

“Here we go.”

“I really don’t think we should be talking about this…”

“We were simply wondering when- what?”

“You were stealing my turn. We just wanted to know if there was anything coming up soon. Like, I dunno… a proposal?”

“Well, actually-”

“What are you guys doing?”

“Nothing. You said you wanted to teach me to dance, right? Let’s go.”

“Yeah, you need all the help you can get.”

  • Roy Mustang: I can't help but think of the last time we were here, Lieutenant. As I recall, you were crying over me. It's a shame I don't get to see that softer side of you.
  • Riza Hawkeye: Well the last thing I'm going to do is start crying over you now. Water makes you useless.
It’s your fault. It’s everyone’s fault. Who cares? Are you up for this? Are you? Look, I just need to know cause, the the city is, is flying. Okay look, the city is flying, we’re fighting an army of robots, and I have a bow and arrow. None of this makes sense. But I’m going back out there cause it’s my job, okay? And I can’t do my job and babysit. Doesn’t matter what you did, or what you were. If you go out there, you fight, and you fight to kill. Stay in here, you’re good. I’ll send your brother to come find you. But if you step out that door….you are an Avenger.
—  Clint Barton is the Team Dad we all deserve. 

According to the Russos, speaking with Empire, the ending of Civil War will be Marvel’s most controversial yet.

Joe Russo stated, “The consequences of Civil War will have an even more significant impact [than The Winter Soldier]. In Civil War, we’re going to change the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Psychology, and it’s an extreme shift.”

It sounds like this could have more lasting effects than Age of Ultron. What do you think?

Hey, look at me. It’s your fault, it’s everyone’s fault. Who cares? Are you up for this? Are you? Look, I just need to know because the city is flying. Okay, the city is flying. We’re fighting an army of robots. And I have a bow and arrow. None of this makes sense. But I’m going back out there because it’s my job. Okay and I can’t do my job and babysit. Doesn’t matter what you did or where you were. If you go out there, you fight. And you fight to kill. Stay in here, you’re good. I’ll send your brother to come find you. But if you step out that door, you are an Avenger.
—  Clint Barton
The city is flying and we’re fighting an army of robots.  And I have a bow and arrow.  None of this makes any sense.  But I’m going back out there because it’s my job.  And I can’t do my job and babysit.  Doesn’t matter what you did, or what you were.  If you go out there, you fight.  And you fight to kill.  Staying here, you’re good.  I’ll send your brother to come find you.  But if you step out that door, you’re an Avenger.

Clint Barton to Wanda Maximoff.

What the hell did he say to Natasha to get her to join SHIELD?

Captain America: Civil War

Natasha: Okay, before we do this big brawl, we need to set a ground rule. No one beat up Clint too much.

Clint: What? I don’t have super power but I can handle myself.

Natasha: You have a family to take care of.

Steve: Good point, sit this one out Clint.

Clint: No way.

Tony: What about me? I have a wife.

Natasha: Pepper is a strong and independent woman. She takes better care of you than yourself.

Peter: How about going easy on me too? I have a lonely elderly woman to take care of.

Scott: I have a daughter. I got out of jail just to be with her.

T'Challa: I have nation to run.

Steve: Okay, lets just sit down and talk about how we’re going to fight.


Steve: We manage to solve the problem we were about to fight about.


Okay, the city is flying, we’re fighting an army of robots and I have a bow and arrow. None of this makes sense. But I’m going back out there because it’s my job okay, and I can’t do my job and babysit. Doesn’t matter what you did, or what you were, if you go out there and fight and you fight to kill. Stay in here, you’re good, I’ll send your brother to come find you but if you step out that door you are an Avenger!
—  Clint Barton (Hawkeye)