sam sergeant

I need to be on the other side of that camera.

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Summary: Your best friend growing up was Sam Wilson but with his busy life as an Avenger and your life in the Air Force, you two never really got to spend much time together. That was until you applied to become the new War Machine after Col. James Rhodes retired. Now Sam won’t let you be and a new protective streak has started but will it end your friendship or only make things stronger? Bucky X Reader

Again, thank you so much to @imgettingmarriedtobuckybarnes for the header. It’s perfect!

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Summary: Your best friend growing up was Sam Wilson but with his busy life as an Avenger and your life in the Air Force, you two never really got to spend much time together. That was until you applied to become the new War Machine after Col. James Rhodes retired. Now Sam won’t let you be and a new protective streak has started but will it end your friendship or only make things stronger? Bucky X Reader

A/N: This might be my favorite part…

Warnings: Violence/Bleeding/Swearing/Fluff

Part 10

Originally posted by dailyteamcap

Originally posted by ditas-stolen-images

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13.04, The Big Empty

Okay, so bear with me for a minute, and excuse my muddled thoughts because I am still sorting them out, but I think I’m on to something. After watching this scene, I was the first one to ask what in the world Sam was thinking saying the drill sergeant thing worked with Dean, seeing as John’s way with Dean actually caused a massive amount of harm to Dean. And even though I think Sam doesn’t understand Dean entirely, because of the years Dean spent being his parental unit, and not sharing the dark things, I couldn’t help but think that there’s no way Sam is this unaware of the damage John’s parenting did to his brother. 

But while I was talking to @soluscheese, I had a bit of an epiphany while we talked this scene over. What if that’s not what Sam meant? What if Sam saying John’s drill sergeant method ‘worked’ with Dean doesn’t have anything to do with Dean’s mental health, but instead Sam is actually talking about ‘working’ in the context of his own belief that he went down the dark path because of the darkness placed into him by the demon blood? That he, Sam, went down that path, in part, because John drove him away with his drill sergeant ways? 

As in, Sam is saying that John’s drill sergeant ways didn’t put Dean on the wrong path because, as we know, Sam believes in the inherent goodness of his brother so the drill seargent thing, in that context, was okay for Dean (it couldn’t put him down the wrong path because Dean is inherently good and nothing can change that). We also know Sam doesn’t believe the same about himself–that he’s inherently good. And we know Sam is seeing himself in Jack, and harbors some of those same fears that Jack will go bad without the proper guidance (hence, the that’s not how we’re gonna get through to Jack comment). So maybe what Sam is actually saying is that John’s parenting (his drill sergeant ways) is what set Sam, himself, down the path of darkness. Not that John’s parenting was good for Dean, or benefited him in any way. The more I think about it, the more I think Sam’s comment doesn’t have anything to do with Dean, really, and it’s actually a comment about how John’s parenting messed Sam up. 

23. Dirty Talk
Word Count: 222
Written by: @unpredictable-firecracker

Originally posted by gliceria

You were jogging down the hallway to get to the jet. For once, the mission hadn’t gone to hell which meant a little more chatter from everyone on the team. There was one person however, who was especially talkative.

“That was sexy as hell, baby” Bucky huffed through the comm.

You had just taken down a man in a thigh chokehold that you’d been practicing. You grinned and continued down the hall, now knowing that bucky could see everything you were doing from his sniper position.

“I am going to have to see that up close and personal after this” He murmured. You heard what you thought was sam groan.

“Well, Sergeant, you are gonna have to earn it” You smirked as you jumped out the window.

“Oh, believe me baby, I will. And you will just be dripping before I even do a thing. It’s a good thing we have our own floor because I am going to make you scream my name when we get back. God, not going to stop all night. Take you on the floor, the wall, the bed, the counter.” You felt your stomach flip, he was feeling very talkative today

“Hello? You guys know we are all on here too, right?” Definitely Sam.

“Oh I know.” And you swore you could hear Bucky’s cocky grin.


Darcy has assigned songs for whenever the Avengers phone her.

Tony: Iron Man - Black Sabbath 
Bruce: Radioactive - Imagine Dragons
Steve: Star Spangled Banner
Bucky:  Seven Nation Army - The White Stripes
Tasha: One Woman Army - Porcelain Black
Clint:  The Phoenix - Fall Out Boy 
Thor: The Hammer’s Coming Down - Nickelback
Wanda: Control - Halsey
Pietro: Titanium - David Guetta 
Vision: Robot Rock - Daft Punk
Sam: Blackbird - The Beatles 

Pepper: Girl On Fire - Alicia Keys
Jane: Somewhere Over The Rainbow -  Eva Cassidy
Maria: Fight Song - Rachel Platten 


Once the Avengers and friends took a road trip, doing the whole route 66 thing.
While passing through towns Darcy brings up Man vs Food, the competition begins, while going through Texas they hit up the Big Texan.
Thor eats three 72oz steaks while Bucky and Steve manage 2 apiece.
Bruce, Natasha, Clint, Pietro, Wanda, and Sam manage 1 while the rest eat like normal people. Except Tony, he makes fun of everyone doing the challenge. In retaliation Pepper puts a jalapeno in his food.

Submitted By: serinsykes

and speaking of Detritus’ character development:

throughout the books Detritus is shown as more and more smart, I mean compare the one in Guards! Guards! with the one from Thud!
the difference is staggering.

now, this can be attributed to two things:

1) Cuddy’s helmet, which isn’t mentioned after Jingo, i think, but this can just be taken to mean that it just became normal, like the Librarian being an ape, no one notices it any more, but given the fact that the narrative mentions how bothered Detritus is by heat, and makes no mention of the helmet, i don’t think that’s it*, or

2) shockingly, when you take a member of a vilified, exploited social group (’you were chained to a wall like a guard dog when i first met you’, said Vimes, and ‘I had the stables cleaned out for your trolls’, said Bonnie or Bobbie or whatever her name was) and put them in an encouraging, supportive, hell, i’d even say loving environment, and than proceed to treat them respect, openly, actively condemn discrimination against them, and trust them with authority, they actually raise to the task at hand and start showing what they’re actually capable of.

After all, Detritus, Mended Drum splatter, doesn’t really need to think much, and even if he did, what’s the point? Who cares what/if a troll thinks?

but Sergeant Detritus of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch? Head of the anti-drug unit? Leader of the troll youth programme? Most senior troll officer in the Watch? Well, there are so many people counting on him, people who value his opinion, he just needs to be smart, doesn’t he?

Also, when you take that into consideration, like, is it any wonder that he is so invested in that youth programme? That he is such a mother hen? After all, look what an opportunity did for him, and he’s hardly the sharpest knife in the drawer.**

*but like, it would have been nice if they remembered Cuddy existed at least once in a while, I mean Cheery is amazing, but you can have more than one of a species with a significant role in a book, also, i do think that Cuddy left a mark on Detritus that is absolutely never mentioned again, and that’s not right.

**another parallel Thud! makes between Vimes and him.

Outsider Pt. 3

Pairing: Step Dad Tony Stark x Teen Reader

Word Count: 1.8k

Summary: You and Sam take on the infamous James Barnes. Another bomb is dropped. Dean is a sweetheart.

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Tony, Clint, and your mother were in the kitchen when you came home from school. You dropped your bag by the door and made a beeline for the couch, collapsing face down on it. Sam looked up from the game briefly to chuckle, “Bad day, Scrappy?” He patted the back of your head at your muffled groan.

You stood and grabbed the second controller by the tv. “I’m joining your game.”

“Oh, good. Think you can help me take down Barnes?” Sam asked. “He keeps cheating!” he shouted into the headset. “Yes, you are!”

“Sure, which one is he?”

“Sweetheart?” your mom joined you on the couch. “What happened? How were your finals?”

“I didn’t finish the first one,” you grumbled. “Second one was fine, I think.”

“Which didn’t you finish?”


“If you need help in math, I can tutor you,” Tony offered.

You grit your teeth, “I do fine in math. My mind was just elsewhere.”

Your mom sighed, “Y/N, I’m sorry about this morning, but this is something you’re going to have to accept.”

“I know that. I just didn’t think I’d only be given a few hours to come to terms with it,” you snapped. “Which one’s Barnes?” you changed the subject. Crestfallen, your mom rejoined Tony back in the kitchen.

“Winter Sergeant,” Sam replied, fixing the audio so Bucky would come through the speakers. The headset was placed between you so you could both speak into it. It didn’t take you long to find him.

“The kid not taking it well?” Bucky’s voice sounded over gunfire.

“‘The kid’ can hear you. And she’s right behind you,” you taunted, pulling the trigger as his character turned around. There was a string of swears coming from the tv that you couldn’t hear over Sam’s cackling.

Clint decided to make some popcorn to watch you kill Bucky over and over again, laughing loud enough for the mic to pick up.

“Is that Barton? That’s it, I’m getting backup. STEVE! Get your ass over here!”

“Is he any good?” you asked Sam, who only laughed harder.

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