How would each guy handle accidentally breaking something that was special to their crush? For example like joking around with a ring that was given to them by a family member?
HOOOO MY POOR GUILTY TURTLE BOYS
The guilt is INSTANT. He drops that vase and it’s like slow motion. It crashes into the floor and he looks at you with wide eyes, mouth slightly ajar.
He looks absolutely like a child who just broke their mothers prized possession. Which is EXACTLY what he did, only it wasnt his mother, it was you and that was even worse. He starts to rapid fire with apologies, fumbling to pick up the pieces with shaky hands.
He still feels bad after you reassure him it’s fine and you have another vase. But he still feels the need to apologize and gets you a handmade, blue glass vase to replace the one he broke.
Raph is incredibly honest, and that trickles in when he loses that ring you liked so much.
He comes to you, head low, eyes solemn and his posture slack.
He’ll admit to losing it, and you catch on to his lip quivering slightly.
You smile and grab his hand with both of yours, telling him it’s okay. What was lost can be found.
He sighs in heavy relief, admitting also that he thought he had lost your trust completely.
You two later find it under the couch, and he puts it on you, murmuring about; “don’t ever take it off because I don’t want it lost again.”
At first when he breaks the doll you had gotten from your grandfather, he blinks at the cracked surface and proceeds to start whisper-yelling. You are in the other room.
He can’t let you know he broke it! He shoves it under the bed and almost shrieks when you come in to check on him.
You instantly know somethings up. He’s shaking, grinning a bit too nervously, and is twiddling with his thumbs.
Then you notice the dolls leg stuffed under the bed and understand the situation.
Once you pull it out, he starts wailing about how sorry he is, and please don’t yell at him he didn’t mean to!
You laugh, and pat his head. “You’re okay, I kinda found this doll creepy yknow…”
Well, you found telling Mikester you didn’t like something would lead to some form of over compensation. Like, for example, a literal pile of G-I Joes with a note: ‘hey, since you like dolls but not like creepy ones, i got you some rad ass gi joes instead!!’
He would come clean. No reason to beat around the bush and show himself as dishonest, now is there?
When he breaks a teacup from one of your prized china sets, he holds up the shards with somber eyes and vows to fix it.
“It’ll be hard, but I promise you I can do it.”
You smile at this, and tell him to throw away the shards. As he does so, he hears shattering and rushes in to see you, breaking the matching tea plate to the broken teacup.
After seeing his rather baffled expression, you simply wipe your hands, clean up the mess, and state;
“Now there’s no evidence that a teacup is missing!”
I WAS HAVING REAL FUN UP UNTIL RIVER HAD THAT SLOW MOTION MOMENT WHILE CRASHING THEN RIGHT THERE I KNEW SHE WAS GOING TO MENTION DARILLIUM.
AND THE EASTER EGGS!!!! THE DOORSTEP, HAIRCUT AND SUIT LINE!!!!!!!!!! THE SCREWDRIVER!!!!!
Then I rewatched River back in season 4 and I realized that ELEVEN WAS NOT HER DOCTOR. SHE SPENT 24 EARTH YEARS WITH TWELVE!!!!! THAT’S WHY SHE SAID THAT TEN LOOKED SO YOUNG!!!!!!!!!! OH MY GOD MOFFAT. YOU OUT-MOFFATTED YOURSELF.
arent we falling apart
inches from the floor
crying out one last time
in slow motion
we fight the crash
you can pick up the pieces
but you can’t put them back
we cast ourselves into darkness
under the mushroom cloud
of our own detonation
we were an unsplitable atom
now there’s nothing left but
the line of dust at the edge of the pan
refusing to be swept away
It’s the end of the registration battle. Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes have been arrested. They are being lead out of the courtroom in handcuffs.
On a rooftop across the street, a sniper sets up his rifle. He slides the scope across the crowd. It pauses on Steve. He looks up into the scope, eyes widening in fear - and the scope turns on Tony. Steve doesn’t even think. He throws himself in front of Tony, who still bears the bruises from their previous battle, and takes the bullet right in the chest. Tony is stunned, unsure of what just happened - one of his bodyguards pulls him back, yelling, and Tony struggles against him futilely. We watch in slow motion as Steve crashes to the ground, and Bucky throws off his guards, snapping his handcuffs apart as he runs to him, catching him just before he hits the ground.
“Steve,” he gasps, pressing a hand to the red stain spreading across his chest. “No.”
Steve looks up at him, eyes unfocused. “It’s the end of the line, Buck.”
“No,” Bucky says. “No. You’re gonna be fine, Stevie, you hear me?”
Steve can’t say anything in response. His breathing has become shallow and ragged. There is blood around his lips. “Buck,” he manages to gasp out, and his body goes limp. Bucky can’t accept it for a moment. He pulls his body close, a sob rising from him. We pan out to see the other avengers, staring in horror. Vision is holding Wanda back, tears pouring down her face. Clint takes Natasha and pulls her into his arms. Sam is simply standing there, stone faced, in total shock. We pull back into Bucky holding Steve’s body and slowly fade to black.
“We are gathered here today to honor a true hero,” we hear Sam say. We see Tony standing in his apartment, staring down over the city, a glass in one hand. On the table we see a letter. The last line is “It wasn’t worth it.”
“Steve Rogers was an inspiration to all who knew him, and his legacy as Captain America will live on for generations. But his legacy as Steve Rogers is, for those of us lucky enough to know him, something I think we’ll treasure even more.” Sam is standing at a podium in DC. He wears a black suit. The camera pans over the crowd. Among the faces we see Wanda wearing a black veil next to the Vision, tears streaming down her face. Further back, Bruce Banner stands with his head bowed. “We have been left with the memory of a kind smile-”
We see the Barton family farm, Laura standing in the doorway. She looks out at Clint approaching the front porch with a desperate question in her eyes - is it true? He nods sadly. She reaches out and pulls him into her arms, tears sparkling in her eyes, as behind her we see one of their children sadly holding a Captain America shield.
“A dry wit-”
James Rhodes leans against a doorway, arm in a sling, as he watches General Ross marched past him in handcuffs. There is no joy in his face, only tiredness.
“And a relentless commitment to what he felt were the true ideals on which this country was founded. Steve Rogers inspired me to be a better person every day I knew him, just like he inspired everyone. He was a loving friend. He was a good man.”
The funeral is over. One man stands alone above a tombstone. We see the sun glint off his metal arm. He stares down at the grave for a few moments, and crumples to the ground. One hand is pressed against the stone. The sun is setting behind him.
“How was the funeral?” Natasha Romanov says.
She is sitting in a bar at a table across from Sam Wilson.
“It was good,” he says. “You know he would have wanted you to be there.”
“Yeah,” she says hoarsely. “That’s why I couldn’t go.”
“Listen,” Sam says. “I know you don’t want to hear this -”
“Sam, I just can’t.”
“I know they asked you too.”
She says nothing.
“He would have wanted that, you know,” Sam says. “He wouldn’t want it to end with him. He’d want you to carry it on.”
He stands, throws a few bills on the table.
“Think about it,” he says, and leaves her alone to consider.
At the grave, Bucky Barnes rises slowly and walks away down the hill. We see the tombstone for the first time. It is simple. It reads STEVEN GRANT ROGERS. A GOOD MAN.
Miles away, Natasha Romanov stares down at Captain America’s shield. Sam stands at her right side, Bucky at her left. The camera turns so that we just see her profile as she slowly reaches out and lifts the shield into the air before clipping it onto her back. Blackout.
CAPTAIN AMERICA, the screen reads, WILL RETURN IN INFINITY WARS.