the silver sandwich

anonymous asked:

Hey! I love your Voltron headcanons. May I ask (if it hasn't been done already) for either Pidge-Allura friendship or Allura-Shiro friendship? I just love Allura and your hc for her!

at last someone has requested these beautiful disasters 

  • team “look like they’ve slept eight hours, are lying to you”
  • they have two very different internal reactions when others look to them for guidance
    • shiro’s like “yikes” while allura’s like “haha yes children flock to me, follow me into the pits of adrenaline and danger”
    • they balance each other out
  • neither of them can cook to save their damn lives
  • *allura picks shiro up* “…do i even weigh anything to you” “no it’s like holding a couple of grapes”
  • one time shiro had a nightmare where allura went on a mission with keith and pidge and they blew up a whole planet and anyway whenever the three of them are in a room together he feels the need to supervise
  • shiro’s uncle iroh, allura’s zuko
    • shiro: *gives heartfelt advice about being your best self and achieving your goals*
    • allura: “you gotta. just. take a bite of the silver sandwich”
  • together they make one (1) fully functioning adult
  • “allura stall that soldier for a little bit” allura, leaning up against the doorframe and blocking shiro from view: “so uh you come here often”

Keith: Ugh, what would Shiro say? Sometimes clouds have two sides, a dark and light, and a silver lining in between. It’s like a silver sandwich! So when life seems hard, just take a bite out of the silver sandwich.

Hunk: Maybe we haven’t failed after all!

Keith: That’s the spirit. I can’t believe that worked. I didn’t know what I was saying.

Hunk: No, what you said didn’t make sense at all. But look! It’s the way out!

  • Grover: Ugh, what would Annabeth say?... Sometimes clouds have two sides, a dark and light, and a silver lining in between. It's like a silver sandwich! So when life seems hard, just take a bite out of the silver sandwich.
  • Percy: Maybe we haven't failed after all!
  • Grover: That's the spirit. I can't believe that worked. I didn't know what I was saying.
  • Percy: No, what you said didn't make sense at all. But look! It's the way out!
  • Clarke: Ugh, what would Bellamy say?... Sometimes clouds have two sides, a dark and light, and a silver lining in between. It's like a silver sandwich! So when life seems hard, just take a bite out of the silver sandwich.
  • Jasper: Maybe we haven't failed after all!
  • Clarke: That's the spirit. I can't believe that worked. I didn't know what I was saying.
  • Jasper: No, what you said didn't make sense at all. But look! It's Bellamy!
the signs as out of context avatar: the last airbender quotes:
  • Aries: "she's crazy and she needs to go down."
  • Taurus: "take a bite out of the silver sandwich!"
  • Gemini: "hello, Zuko here..."
  • Cancer: "BOOMERANG! you DO always come back!"
  • Leo: "it's ok, you can laugh. it's funny."
  • Virgo: "you're so cute. it's a pity you're made of meat."
  • Libra: "you're beautiful when you hate the world."
  • Scorpio: "I AM COMPLETELY CALM!"
  • Sagittarius: "I asked if you were cold, I didn't ask for your life story."
  • Capricorn: "oh, look! it's your honour!"
  • Aquarius: "it's just hot leaf juice."
  • Pisces: "....and DIE."

dude I forgot just how good the Boiling Rock episodes are. not only are they freaking funny (“that’s rough buddy”, “the only thing we’re hatching is…. an egg?”, “HEY. RIOT.”, “just take a bite out of the silver sandwich!”) and not only is the action really good (suki capturing the warden, zuko and sokka vs. azula) but those episodes are so important for mai and ty lee. mai and ty lee get 0.5 minutes of character depth in The Beach but their individual decisions to betray azula show more of their characters than any other moment in the show. this episode is supposed to be sokka and zuko’s episode, but it’s mai, ty lee, and azula who really star. this is the episode that made me love mai.

for mai, the decision to betray azula, ty lee, her uncle, and her country for the sake of one person - zuko - speaks volumes. this is the girl who doesn’t care about anything. she had nothing to gain from letting zuko and the others go free. but she loved zuko so much despite the wrongs he had done her that she had the courage to defy azula.
and ty lee, who wants everyone to get along, who fawns on azula for her ruthlessness, beauty, and power, neutralizes her “friend” when her true friend’s life is threatened. ty lee finally takes action against azula’s abuse, something I think she has been building up the courage to do. she shows her true colors and risks azula’s wrath to save mai. mai and ty lee’s betrayal triggers the beginning of azula’s madness, and eventually her downfall.

and the zuko/sokka parallels and contrasts give me life. zuko is totally a P-type person who carries out plans by the seat of his pants. he’s trying to get the better of that habit, but sokka, the J-type, denies his always-plan-ahead nature in favor of a different, more zuko-esque strategy. I love to see these two boys of seemingly opposite temperaments find out they have a lot more in common.

Other great things:
- “I think you mean watch WHOM I’m shoving!”
- “I’m never happy.”
- Hakoda in general
- “you can’t quit just because you’re afraid you might fail.”
- “we’ve already met.” “we have?” “yeah, you kinda burned down my village.” “oh. sorry about that. *beat* nice to see you again.”

Ninjago as Avatar:TLA quotes

Zane: That’s a sharp outfit Chan, be careful you could puncture the hull of an empire class fire nation battle ship, leaving thousands to drown at sea….. because its so sharp.


Cole: *burps* It tastes like onions and bananas but strangely something else….pickles?


Lloyd: No, I don’t need sleep, what I need to practice. Quick hit me!

Nya: I’m not going to hit you.


Jay: Goodnight Cole, Goodnight Lloyd, Goodnight Kai, Goodnight Zane, Goodnight Nya, Goodnight sensei Wu. And Nya and Zane and-



Jay: So I was thinking we can do an activity together?

Nya: An activity?

Kai: Very smooth.


Mailman: MY CABBAGES! 


Kai: How come every time you play with magic water I get soaked?

Nya: It’s not magic, It’s water bending.


Ronin: I’m just a guy with a boomerang , I didn’t ask for all this flying and magic.


Nya to Kai: You’re calling me wired? I’m not the one who makes muscles at myself every time I see my refection in the water!


Lloyd: It’s Just Tea!

Wu: How could a member of my own family say such a thing !


Lloyd: Urg, what would uncle say?… Sometimes clouds have two sides, a dark and a light, and a silver lining in between. It’s like a silver sandwich! so when life seems hard, just take a bite of the silver sandwich.

Leonardo DiCaprio: 'wealth and success don't make you happy'

For his latest role DiCaprio was buried in snow, went naked in -5C weather and ate a raw bison liver Credit: John Russo

By: Chloe Fox  •  9 January 2016 • 6:00am

Hollywood’s most bankable actor on his debt to his parents, Alejandro Iñárritu’s perfectionism, and how climate change affected The Revenant

Fame’, writes the American author Erica Jong, ‘simply means millions of people have the wrong idea of who you are.’

It is the day of the Bafta screening of Alejandro González Iñárritu’s The Revenant – a brutally beautiful tale of survival and revenge set in the wilds of the 19th-century American frontier – and several rooms in Claridge’s hotel are filled with print and television journalists, each with their own notion of who Leonardo DiCaprio is.

Many have flown in from all over the world to be here; most haven’t touched the immaculate sandwiches on silver platters that have been laid on to ease the hushed anxiety of their wait.

There are a handful of certainties about 'Leo’ – as the world, like his friends, tends to call him. He is 41 years old, a Scorpio and the most bankable male movie star in Hollywood. Nobody can touch him: neither Tom Hanks nor Tom Cruise, not Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp or Matt Damon.

If DiCaprio says he wants to be in a film, it not only gets made, but it also gets seen; in the past four years, the films in which he has starred (Django Unchained, The Great Gatsby, The Wolf of Wall Street) have made collectively $1.2 billion at the box office. He has been nominated for an Oscar five times (four acting nominations and one for best film, as a producer on The Wolf of Wall Street).

But for every certainty there is also a rumour, a supposition where the void of celebrity leaves a blank. He’s an environmentalist whose jet-set lifestyle leaves a huge carbon footprint. He’s a party boy, a playboy, a commitment-phobe modeliser who might, or might not, have proposed recently to his Sports Illustrated model girlfriend, Kelly Rohrbach, over dinner.

With the run-up to the release of The Revenant, this sort of conjecture has reached whole new levels. Never mind the gripping subject matter – the true story of fur trapper Hugh Glass’s refusal to succumb to death after being mauled by a bear and abandoned by his hunting team – or the truly astonishing cinematography; what most of the coverage thus far has focused on is as follows. Did Leo have fleas in his enormous beard? Did his character get raped by a bear (twice)? And is this finally the performance that will win him that elusive Oscar?

The man who prowls, some 45 minutes late, into our interview gives off a very powerful message that he doesn’t want to talk about any of the above. He does this without saying a word. He doesn’t go in for small talk or niceties. He is serious, imposing even, sinking into the sofa, sighing heavily and puffing ominously on an e-cigarette as he awaits my questions.

It makes perfect sense that the tiger is DiCaprio’s favourite animal (in 2013 his charitable foundation donated $3 million to the WWF to help counter the dwindling numbers in Nepal). It’s all there: the heavy-set beauty, the clear-eyed glare, the powerful, predatory silence.

Based on the performances that have made DiCaprio’s name, one could be forgiven for expecting an entirely different creature: the frivolous charm of Romeo (Romeo + Juliet), Jack Dawson (Titanic) or Jay Gatsby (The Great Gatsby); the verbose shape-shifting of Frank Abagnale Jr (Catch Me If You Can), Howard Hughes (The Aviator) or Jordan Belfort (The Wolf of Wall Street); or the complex vulnerability of Arnie Grape (What’s Eating Gilbert Grape), Danny Archer (Blood Diamond) or Frank Wheeler (Revolutionary Road).

In truth, DiCaprio is all of these things and none of them. And that, of course, is his secret. 'Leo is an enigma,’ says his Revenant co-star Tom Hardy. 'There’s something kind of magic about him.’

That’s what it was like. Every day. Like a master painter painting a landscapeLeonardo DiCaprio

All those who worked with DiCaprio on The Revenant are unanimous in their praise, not only for his performance but for his commitment to a project that, during the nine months of arduous filming, pushed all of those involved to their physical, spiritual and emotional limits. 'Every day was like a bear attack,’ says Iñárritu (whose last film, Birdman, triumphed at the 2015 Oscars last year, winning best picture, best director, best original screenplay and best cinematography).

Shot in chronological order in some extreme weather conditions (at one point temperatures on the Canadian location unexpectedly dropped to -25C), using only natural light, The Revenant’s filming process was described by one crew member to The Hollywood Reporter as 'a living hell’.

DiCaprio, who spends the majority of the film in a state of tortured silence, did many of his own stunts; he was buried in snow, went naked in -5C weather, ate a raw bison liver, slept in an animal carcass and jumped into a frigid river.

When I remind him of something he once said, 'Pain is temporary, film is forever’, a slow smile creeps across his face. 'Uh huh,’ he drawls, taking another puff on his trusty e-cigarette. 'I would say that this film was the epitome of that.’

From the warmth of a luxury hotel room, DiCaprio admits that the filming experience has taken on a dream-like quality, 'like a big, beautiful blur’. And yet he is adamant that any suffering that he and his fellow cast and crew members went through was undertaken willingly in pursuit of a higher cause.

'We all knew that we were a part of something pretty revolutionary. From the outset, Alejandro had an extraordinary vision: to create a film the likes of which audiences had never seen before. You don’t get those sort of results without going above and beyond the call of duty.’

From one day to the next, cast and crew of The Revenant could not predict what they might be up against. Quite apart from environmental factors beyond their control – frozen sets or, conversely, days and days of waiting for snow that never came – there were also logistical challenges to contend with.

Because of Iñárritu and his cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki’s absolute insistence on working with natural light, filming was restricted to an hour and a half a day, while the rest of the time was spent rehearsing and prepping shots that the director would then refuse to put on film if they weren’t absolutely perfect.

'He’d be like, “No, no, we’re not going to shoot until the raindrops on that section of the bear fur match that section.’’’ DiCaprio laughs. '“No, no, there’s a patch of ground there that doesn’t look quite right.” That’s what it was like. Every day. Like a master painter painting a landscape.’

'I was not the only one!’ jokes the surprisingly light-hearted Iñárritu, creator of such savage masterpieces as Amores Perros, 21 Grams and Babel. 'Leo, like me, is absolutely obsessed with total perfection and doing whatever it takes to get to the next level. I think we both suffer from the same disease, which is called chronic dissatisfaction.’

'I get unhappy doing things that I’m not passionate about,’ admits DiCaprio. 'Because I feel like I’m squandering this incredible gift I’ve been given to finance films. As soon as my name alone was enough to make this happen, I vowed to myself that I was going to work with directors who were changing cinema, doing something important, you know? This goes back to when I was a teenager, feverishly watching movies like Taxi Driver and Apocalypse Now and saying to myself, someday, I’m going to be a part of films like this.’

I play fictitious characters often solving fictitious problems. I believe mankind has looked at climate change in the same way, as if it were a fictionLeonardo DiCaprio

A pretty, precocious only child – 'essentially a dwarf with the biggest mouth in the world’ –the young Leonardo (so-called because his German mother, Irmelin, had first felt him kick while admiring a Da Vinci painting in Florence) had always had, he says, a 'strange, almost sickening desire to perform’. In fact, his earliest memory, aged three, is of going to a hippie concert with his Italian-American father, George, and leaping on to the stage to tap-dance for the restless audience who were chanting for the band to come on.

Unable to focus in the schoolroom, DiCaprio flourished in front of an audience. Plus, acting seemed like a golden ticket. 'Money was always on my mind when I was growing up,’ he has said of his childhood spent in a rough neighbourhood in East Hollywood. His parents, respectively a legal secretary and a distributor of underground comic books (who separated amicably when he was one), didn’t earn much money. 'So I was always wondering how we were going to afford this and that,’ he tells me. 'Acting seemed to be a shortcut out of the mess.’

From the outset, DiCaprio’s parents did everything they could to facilitate their child’s ambitions. 'I’m completely indebted to them in every single way,’ he says, his guard dropping totally, and touchingly, when the subject of his mother and father arises.

'They listened to me, you see. They listened to their kid saying, “This is what I want to do,” and they supported me unconditionally; they made me feel that all my dreams were within reach. Now I know a lot of people who have grown up in much better-off families, with much more solid family structures, who haven’t in any way had that level of love in their lives.’

'Leo’s humanity in all the characters he has played,’ says Steven Spielberg, who directed him in Catch Me If You Can, 'can be traced directly back to how close he is to his family.’ One, or both, of his parents often accompany DiCaprio when he travels; two days previous to our meeting, he and his father ('the wisest, most well-read man I’ve ever met’) were photographed attending the COP21 United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris (DiCaprio is a UN Messenger of Peace).

He and his mother ('honest, practical, real, no-nonsense’), with whom he continued to live for several years after Titanic made him the most famous young actor in the world, speak at least once a day. So obsessively does she photograph him when she is with him that he has apparently nicknamed her 'Mamarazzi’.

When the 16-year-old DiCaprio – by now 6ft 1in after a sudden growth spurt – told his parents that he wanted to leave school to focus on his career, they supported him. And when, two years later, he beat off several other young hopefuls (including his friend Tobey Maguire) to land the role of a boy abused by his mum’s volatile boyfriend – as played by his hero, Robert De Niro – in This Boy’s Life, they made sure he knew how lucky he was.

When, in 1994, he earned his first Oscar nomination (best supporting actor) for his portrayal of a child with learning difficulties in Lasse Hallström’s What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, they worked hard to stop his head from being turned.

'My dad’s philosophies, particularly, have had a big influence on my career,’ he says. A passionate counterculturalist, George has always steered his son towards unusual work. As a breathtakingly beautiful 19-year-old with Hollywood at his feet, DiCaprio didn’t take the obvious commercial route, choosing instead to play a drug addict in The Basketball Diaries and the tortured poet Arthur Rimbaud in Total Eclipse.

Who knows whether having this critical weight behind him helped DiCaprio to retain credibility when Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet and, subsequently, James Cameron’s Titanic – one of the highest-grossing films of all time – catapulted him into cover-boy madness, but he certainly came out the other side. That said, 'Leomania’, when it hit, was hard to take. On a trip to Brazil, he was recognised by rainforest Indians, in Paris a teenage girl hung on to his leg and refused to let go, and truckfuls of paparazzi followed him whenever he went out.

After Titanic, DiCaprio consciously didn’t work for two years, turning down commercial projects such as Spider-Man and Star Wars in favour of more left-field, director-lead films like Danny Boyle’s The Beach and Woody Allen’s Celebrity.

'He wanted to prove himself, show that he was worthy of his success,’ says his Titanic and Revolutionary Road co-star, Kate Winslet. 'And I know that, because I felt exactly the same thing. When the bar is set that high, you have to work 10 times harder just to keep it up there.’

Never, for one moment, did DiCaprio take his eyes off his ultimate goal: working with Martin Scorsese. When rumours reached him of his cinematic hero’s development of a 19th-century gangster epic called Gangs of New York in 2001, the then 27-year-old moved agents just to get closer to the project.

When DiCaprio talks about his mentor, he leans forward excitedly. 'Marty is the great director of our time, who has taught me two crucial things,’ he says. 'One, it takes a long time and a lot of patience to make a good movie; and two, film is as valid an art form as painting or sculpture. Ultimately, like any artist, I want to make lasting pieces of art; movies that people will look at and appreciate in 50 years’ time.’

In the 13 years since the release of Gangs of New York, the two men have worked together on four further films, The Aviator, The Departed, Shutter Island and The Wolf of Wall Street (the first and last of which DiCaprio was Oscar-nominated for). 'He’s like a silent-film actor,’ says Scorsese. 'He can flash half a dozen emotions in a matter of seconds, simply by using his eyes.’

During Scorsese’s tutelage, DiCaprio has turned from a beautiful boy into a handsome man. Their sixth collaboration, The Devil In the White City, due to start filming soon, will see DiCaprio taking on the role of HH Holmes, the prolific 19th-century serial killer.

'I’ve been very lucky to have achieved a lot of the things that I dreamt of achieving as a young man,’ he says. 'But, at the end of the day – and I truly believe this – it is not about achieving great wealth or success. Because they don’t bring happiness ultimately. They really don’t. What matters is whether or not you’ve fulfilled the idea of having led an interesting life, whether you’ve contributed in some way to the world around you.’

In the 18 years since its launch, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation has worked on some of the most pressing environmental issues of our day, donating more than $15 million to the protection of key species – sharks in California, tigers in Asia, elephants in Africa – and calling on world leaders to address climate change. For its founder, the global forecast is 'catastrophic unless we transition to a different way of producing energy in the next five years’.

'2015 was the hottest year in global history,’ he explains, 'and we are actually seeing the tipping point happen right now. I witnessed it myself, first hand, on The Revenant, when unprecedentedly warm conditions in Canada meant that we had to move the whole production to Argentina in search of snow.’

On his rare breaks from filming, DiCaprio – who lives in an eco-friendly apartment block in New York and drives a hydrogen-powered BMW – was not in nightclubs. He was flying around the world, working on an environmental documentary and giving rousing speeches – with the extra ambassadorial gravitas of an enormous beard – to the UN. 'As an actor, I pretend for a living,’ he declared.

'I play fictitious characters often solving fictitious problems. I believe mankind has looked at climate change in the same way, as if it were a fiction. But I think we know better than that.’

'Leo has the grace of a really great leader,’ says Hardy, who witnessed him leading by example on the set of The Revenant: never complaining, never giving anything but his all, and always thinking of others. 'He aims for the stars to catch the moon,’ continues Hardy, 'and he’s not happy if he doesn’t achieve the highest possible standards in everything he does.’

Which brings us to the question of that elusive Oscar. Surely – surely – this year will be DiCaprio’s year. What more – one can’t help but wonder, watching every skin-peeling moment in The Revenant –can one man do to get the recognition he deserves? 'Seriously, if I were you, I really wouldn’t ask him that question,’ advises Hardy.

'One last question,’ instructs the clipboard-wielder who has been hovering in the doorway for the past five minutes of our interview. DiCaprio takes a long drag on his e-cigarette and fixes me with those eyes, almost daring me to ask. When I don’t, he laughs. A big, relieved laugh, and stands up to warmly shake my hand. Leonardo DiCaprio: you might think you know him, but you almost certainly don’t.


Some of my favorite AtLA Quotes (in no particular order):

  • …and then she cartwheeled away…
  • We died because of your tiny bladder.
  • Just take a bite out of the silver sandwich!
  • That’s rough, buddy.
  • Looks like someone had a good bathroom break.
  • Smellerbee
  • Coldest tea in Ba Sing Se!
  • The newly refurbished chamber.
  • The Bolder’s over his conflicted feelings.
  • Can your science explain how it rains?
  • This is a warrior’s wolf tail.
  • Just blend the slurry, woman!
  • It’s the quenchiest! 
  • Just… bear.

Avatar The Last Airbender Book Three “Fire” Chapter 7-15  Sentence Starters 

(Chapter 1-6 HERE)

“This isn’t something we should make a habit of doing.”

“I am a 400 foot tall purple platypus-bear with pink horns and silver wings.”

“Really? You’re going to take me out? You’re not even wearing pants!”

“Since you’re a full blown traitor and you want me gone, why wait? I’m powerless. You’ve got your swords. Why don’t you just do it now?”

“Hello, *insert name here* here. But I guess you probably already know me, sort of.”

“You mean I’m not good enough for you? You’re hurting my feelings.”

“For so long, all I wanted was you to love me, to accept me. I thought it was my honor that I wanted, but really, I was just trying to please you.”

“Forget about controlling my anger! LET’S RIOT!”

“I guess you just don’t know people as well as you think you do. You miscalculated. I love *insert name here* more than I fear you.”

“You can’t quit because you’re afraid you might fail.”

“Hey, what did you do that for? That hurt my feelings.”

“No! My royal parts are showing!”

“Get over here! I want you to dance with me!”

“You had to pick up the glowing egg, didn’t you?”

“You have to look within yourself to save yourself from your other self. Only then will your true self reveal itself.”

“Sometimes, clouds have two sides- a dark and light, and a silver lining in between. It’s like a silver sandwich! So, when life seems hard… Take a bite out of the silver sandwich.”

“You don’t look so good, are you sure that you can’t lie down and take a little nap?”

“Boy, you are really starting to lose it, kid.”

“Pants are an illusion… And so is death.”

“I think the past is trying to kill me!”


“The Moon Spirit is a gentle, loving lady! She rules the sky with compassion and… Lunar goodness!”

Sneak attacks don’t work if you yell it out loud.”

“You, my friend, are just a few plums short of a fruit pie.”

“Well you’ve seen me… You know when I was attacking you? Uh yeah, I guess I should apologize for that, but anyway I’m good now. I mean, I thought I was good before but now I realize I was bad, but anyway…”

“Baby, you’re my forever girl.”


  • Kaladin: Ugh, what would Dalinar say?... Sometimes clouds have two sides, a dark and light, and a silver lining in between. It's like a silver sandwich! So when life seems hard, just take a bite out of the silver sandwich.
  • Adolin: Maybe we haven't failed after all!
  • Kaladin: That's the spirit. I can't believe that worked. I didn't know what I was saying.
  • Adolin: No, what you said didn't make sense at all. But look! It's Shallan!

(^Get my pun)

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This is Rosalee’s recommendations where I recommend blogs and fictions. 
If you read ANY fictions or one shots, even writing blogs, please let me know so that when I do this next time, they can be added. 

With my excessive amount of followers (almost 10k) decided, I wanted to praise some other writers, who I think are amazing and you should look into. 


Master List

Recommendations of stuff: 
Steve: Your music sucks and you sucks, get over it. | Bubbly One & Two | Miss Me?* NSFW |
Bucky: 3am Sandwich | Silver Blood*, Part Two | Life Isn’t a Fairytale |
Chris Evans: I’ve Always Hated That Lamp Anyway*
Avengers: Valentines Day Headcanons | Being On Your Period 


Master List

Recommendations of stuff:
Mixed Signals* | Surprises | Ferris Wheel* NSFW | Keep It On, Cap NSWF| Saving Water* NSFW
Bucky: Heartbeat* - series | White Roses | Bang For Your Buck NSFW | Disney NSFW series*: A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes + A Whole New World + Under The Sea + Can You Feel The Love Tonight
Steve & Bucky: Decades Dance*
Matt: Blindfolded 


Master List

Recommendations of stuff:
Bucky: Say You Love Me | Choices | Laser Tag | You’re My Mission* - Series |
Steve: For You Will* | Romantic Bath | Better Half
Clint: Do We Have a Cat?* | And We Meet Again |


Master List

Recommendations of stuff:
Bucky: Tequila* | Stab Wound | Secrets | Girl Like Her- Series* |
Steve: Lava* | Dear Diary | Try Again* - series | 
Steve & Bucky: Mall Rats - series*
Sam: The Interrogation


The Bus: The Cruise | The Green Eyed Monster | A series that I think is great, involves Marvel characters, it’s on hiatus at the moment but I think you need to follow. 


Master List

Recommendations of stuff: 
Bucky: The Five Times You See Bucky Barnes Shirtless *| Do Me Favour - series | Sweet Mornings | Toothbrush* |
Steve: Ghost Problems* | Thunder Buddies | Running Into You* One & Two |
Scott Lang: Shake Your Head Yes* 


Master List

Recommendations of stuff:
Steve: House of Gold | A Thousand Years | Work From Home NSFW | Star Spangled Duo |
Chris Evans: A Date Like No Other* -series | Mrs. America
Bucky: Broken Hearted | Thinning My Patience NSFW | Welcome Back |


Master List

Recommendations of stuff: 
Steve: Birthday Present *NSFW | Fluffy Surprise | Kiss The Saviour* | Partners In Crime
Bucky: We Should Play* NSFW | Trapped* | Kiss Me Goodnight | In Trouble* |
T’Challa: Touch*

Writing Blogs Taking Requests- Shout Outs.


A new imagines blog that writes for; Teen Wolf, DC, Marvel and Supernatural. Go over and show some much-needed love for a new writer. 


A blog taking Marvel requests. Go over and request stuff for us to all fawn over and read.

 I don’t really ever have time to read as much as I used to, which is a damn shame, so most of these are recommended by my friends who do read. Unfortunately, spare time is used for writing but I do love these people, love their stuff. - Rosalee (also because I feel bad for my mental breakdown and wanted you guys to have some awesome stuff to read)