i can't deal with you two idiots

This was the best panel of this week’s chapter of FT, tbh.

Gray is so done with Natsu’s shit here. 

He’s at his limit. 

“Are you shitting me, dude? We’re on the same side. Why THE FUCK would I want to get in your way?”

I seriously need to get paid for dealing with this idiot.

anonymous asked:

I remember the first time i watched the AA in deep episode and thinking "why the fuck do crossbones and the reaper guy have so much chemistry and sexual tension." Then it was revealed that is was steve and tony. Jfc These two literally can't even spend two seconds without the chemistry thickening. I sometimes sit and wonder how the rest of the team deal with the fact these two are obviously married af.

CASE AND POINT: even when they’re dead on their feet after saving the world again from peril and destruction, they still gotta sit so they’re pointing their Ding Dongs™ at each other whilst praising one another for a job well done

as you can see, the team has learned to give these two idiots plenty of space while they engage in their ridiculous courting behavior

anonymous asked:

Hi! Do you have any fics where Sam just can't deal with Stucky's shit anymore? Poor Sam Wilson deserves better than having to deal with two lovesick idiots all the time doesn't he?

My dear Sam goes through so much white boy bullshit with these two and this fandom I stg. Heres my faves where Sam is Done™ with James Barnes and Steve Rogers.

Ain’t No Grave (Can Keep My Body Down) by spitandvinegar

It’s six in the morning, and Steve is heading out on a run when he nearly trips over a bouquet of sunflowers on the front steps of his brownstone.

For a second paranoia takes over, and he kicks the flowers a little, waiting for them to explode. They don’t. They also came with a card, which he picks up. The front of the card has a tasteful picture of the Brooklyn bridge at sunset. It’s very nice and sedate, like the kind of card you would buy to give to your boss. On the inside someone has written a short message in big, shaky block letters.

I AM SORRY FOR SHOOTING YOU.

Steve sits down hard on the steps.

Let Your Backbone Flip by hansbekhart

He’d been back from Afghanistan about two months when the Battle of New York happened. He had heard about Captain America getting pulled out of the ice a week or so before, of course - it had been all over the internet, in all the papers. Sam hadn’t really cared, at the time. Too wrapped up in trying to sleep through the night, surrounded by people who loved him but didn’t get it. Those were angry days where every hour was a challenge not to scream at his own family for all their petty, safe, day to day living, and Sam had felt pretty much the same about Captain America’s revival as he did hearing about the Chitauri invasion, which was basically that he could give a fuck.

sam deserves better than these assholes-series  by lazulisong 

IM SORRY BUT SAM WILSON STARING IN BAFFLED WONDER AT STEVE AND BUCKY AND HOW WEIRD THEY ARE ABOUT EACH OTHER

Sing Me the Alphabet by thesardine

When SHIELD finally releases Bucky from custody, he is not the man anyone expects him to be. The ruthlessness of the Winter Soldier is gone, replaced with a child-like wariness as he struggles to communicate his warped understanding of who he is and what was done to him. But with Hydra scrambling to regroup, SHIELD takes dangerous measures to secure Zola’s algorithm to use against them, and Steve is dragged back into battle, forced to weigh what’s best for Bucky against what’s best for the fate of the free world.

Then Bucky is abducted.

Steve races to recover his friend before the man who was Bucky is gone forever. When the rescue stalls, he starts to crumble under the weight of everything he has lost and everything the war has taken from him.

Meanwhile, Bucky confronts a terrible piece of ex-SHIELD tech that was in development long before Project Insight, but in order to survive, he must decide who he is going to be: the vulnerable Bucky Barnes or the indomitable Winter Soldier? It turns out there might not be as big a difference as everyone seems to think.