laugh just because

you know some people needs to think before trying to create drama just for the sake of it because then they wont fix how utterly ridiculous they looked when trying to do so

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“Keeping up with the Blacks”

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Another possibility for Bakugou’s hero name I enjoy a lot, tbh

I’m taking this “planning a D&D world for a campaign” thing really seriously

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Ahhh the Captain America movies give me life, Fran. Like I could watch them around the clock and never get over how great they are. They aren't even just good superhero movies. 1 is a great war movie (so grateful the creators of Wonder Woman seemed to learn from that). 2 is a spy thriller. And Civil War is just everything the Avengers movies should have been. I could yell about it all day. And BUCKY. Cap and Bucky... I cry. So. Much. Have you ever considered a KiriBaku Stucky AU? I have.

Have you ever considered a KiriBaku Stucky AU”  BOI have I, that’s like the most fitting and most heartwrenching AU I’ve ever thought about anon you got no clue you know what here have some shitty doodles to go with it too

Kirishima’s backstory makes him a great Steve - he used to be weak but couldn’t stand back and mind his business anyway, picked fights left and right even though he always lost them, wanted to be a hero even though his body didn’t let him - Steve’s a definitely more extreme case, but Kiri fits amazingly in the role. 

As far as their past goes, Bakugou’s a bit of a loose fit for Bucky (even though you could shorten Bakugou into Bucky if you really wanted to… lmao), but moving up in the story their shared history is… weirdly fitting??

Getting kidnapped to be turned into a villain? Kirishima going against orders to go save him? That’s catfa’s plot in a nutshell, it’s amazing - and later on with Bucky being a hero seen by the whole world as a villain, that’s very Bakugou too. I can see Bakugou fit in the plotline of Bucky struggling with what he’s done as the Winter Soldier a lot too, and Kiri following him around the world and doing anything to save him and always, always, always being on his side? Refusing to fight him at the end of catws? Boi I die, if it didn’t include so much angst this AU would be my favorite thing, I’m not even gonna lie - ah, the Winter Soldier being into fire arms and Steve’s weapon of choice being a shield work amazingly for Bakugou and Kirishima too, don’t they? The bakushima make a perfect team in the same way the stucky do, too!!

Are we ever gonna talk about the fact that Simon thinks Baz forged Agatha’s handwriting in sixth year and made him wait for her out under the yew tree all night in the cold, but in actuality we know from Baz’s narration that he stopped fucking with Simon after the incident fifth year, meaning that Agatha straight up just stood Simon up?

Hey anti sitting in my inbox! Nice to meet you! I don’t want to publish your ask ‘cause I’m not up to indulging in your hate while we’re here dancing and cheering over Cas’ return.

lbr I can’t explain why Dean is grieving this extremely without mentioning Cas at all. Cas was written ALL OVER DEAN’S GRIEF the moment he was stabbed in 12x23. Every single abrupt decision, every single barbed retort, every single instance where Dean’s festering grief peeks through the cracks of his broken mind and takes itself out on Sam and especially Jack—Cas is the reason Dean’s off the rails.

This is Dean’s ROCK BOTTOM, NO NORMAL. I mean, why else do you see these significant narrative markers that continue to highlight Dean vs Sam?

The stark contrast is there. Sam’s ABLE to move past Cas’ death. Dean CAN’T.

This scene reveals—in one breathless explosive stroke—the mentally taxing burden Dean’s been carrying around on his shoulders: Cas’ death. He blames Jack, the mirror of Dean’s self-loathing, powerful (MoC, Demon!Dean), putrid, undeserving soul.

Dean ultimately blames himself; his love for Cas is what killed him in the end.

It’s impossible to put Sam in Dean’s place. It’s impossible to picture him reacting so violently, so bitterly, because he doesn’t fit into Dean’s grief narrative.

An angst-studded grief narrative that yells “Cas comes first! Cas this! Cas that! WHAT ABOUT CAS? Let’s kill the freak! Cas died ‘cause of him!”

Sam isn’t the one who wants to kill Jack. Dean is.

Sam isn’t the one who lost faith in everything. Dean is.

Sam isn’t spilling the mere existence of the supernatural—the true nature of their job—to normal civilians. Dean is.

Sam isn’t telling victims right-off-the-bat that their loved ones are dead. Dean is.

Sam isn’t in love with Cas. Dean is.

And that same fierce love—alongside listless grief—induced Jack to bring Cas back, both for Dean and for himself.