whoever wrote this scene gets it

Privacy; Interrupted

Summary: Request from Anon -The boys get bored and insisted on joining you while you grocery shop. [and it turned into whatever this is, sorry.]**

Characters: Steve Rogers, Bucky Barnes

Word Count: 1300+

Warnings: Language, implied smut, terrible writing, PWP, Ash having a computer, smut,  idfk reader beware.

A/N: This is a rewrite from a SPN fic I wrote from an anon request. The bolded italics are the reader’s thoughts. I wasn’t going to tell you that but I figured I save myself the time of answering asks about it.

Originally posted by skylerlockerbie


Day 11 without a hint of action and the boys are officially driving me nuts. With the Accords in place, Bucky in recovery, and Tony Stark nowhere to be found, life was pretty dull around your safe house.

I, on the other hand, have buried myself  into my writing. Finally putting some much needed thought into my  novel, adding bit and pieces to my screenplay, and dabbling in some prose that was a little ‘less dignified’. I spend way more time thinking of synonyms of penis, than I’d like to admit.

The guys weren’t prepared for the sudden onslaught of nothingness and since I’d taken up permanent residence with them, I was now their sole form of entertainment.

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rigitwolf  asked:

Ok, I know everyone praises P2 for having a canon gay relationship, But can we talk about how it isn't apex of represantation. I mean, while Jun's great, writers avoided giving him a Shadow. Also his relationship with Tatsuya has pretty much all yaoi cliches of that time (like game can't stop reminding us how feminine Jun is). I think Naoto and Kanji's (and Chie's, in the original) are much realistic and meaningful represantations of gender perspective in Japan.

I agree with some things you have said Anon, but I also think you got a lot of things wrong too, so I’m going to try to adress those things down below in this big post.

Just have in mind that this could be just my own opinion in the matter and I could have made some mistakes or forgotten to mention something, but I really respect your opinion and I will be careful to say anything about the matter.

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Since a lot of people don’t seem to know about this, I thought I’d introduce you to this masterpiece here.

Marvel’s Captain America: The First Avenger: The Screenplay

Released in 2014 this book contains the final shooting draft for the 1st Captain America movie. If you loved TFA, you absolutely need to get this because not only does it have the complete script so you can re-visit favourite scenes again, it also has alternative lines and omitted/altered scenes.

There are quite some goodies in there, some of which I wish they hadn’t changed for the movie. One of those would be the scene with Steve and Bucky on the train. In the original version you see, that scene went down a bit differently. Here, Steve actually manages to grab Bucky’s hand and starts pulling him back into the wagon. Since he had rushed for Bucky first though, the Hydra soldier was still on his feet, waiting to charge the gun and when it finally had, shot the beam at Bucky and vaporised his arm and he fell into the ravine. 

So yeah folks, get this thing, it’s absolutely worth it! :)

(Where to get it? Amazon should definitely still have it.)

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Out of Boredom Comes Pleasure

Summary: Request from Anon -The boys were bored at the bunker and insisted on joining you while you grocery shop. [and it turned into whatever this is, sorry.]

Characters: Dean, Sam

Word Count: 1300+

Warnings: Language, implied smut, terrible writing, PWP, Ash having a computer, smut,  idfk reader beware.

A/N: I’m posting a fic, guys. Don’t hold your breath for the next one. Thank you for the proofread @aprofoundbondwithdean and for yelling at me until I posted it. ;)

The bolded italics are the reader’s thoughts. I wasn’t going to tell you that but I figured I save myself the time of answering asks about it. 

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Parenting, Symmetry And Yang Xiao Long

Its easy to write off Yang’s issues on Raven and pretend that her issues start and stop there, however if there’s one thing Chapter 4 of Volume 4(intentionally or unintentionally) made clear is that the way Yang is being raised or the way she handles her issues due to that, might as well lead her the same path as her mother.

Now, you might be wondering how a girl who cares about others more than about herself could end up the same as the woman who abandoned her after birth?

As always long walls of text after the cut.

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TLC and the Avengers

I’ve been mulling this over for a long time, so here’s the TLC crew and their corresponding Avengers. 

Cinder: Captain America/Steve Rogers. I had a hard time choosing for Cinder, I considered Scarlet Witch for a bit but Steve is in the running with Tony for leader of the pack, and I think their personalities fit better. Cinder is a scrawny, constantly beaten-down kid who just wants out, and while Steve chose the army Cinder didn’t really have an option since she’s a cyborg. They both owe their success at least in part to a slightly crazy old scientist who later dies, and they both spend a lot of time in absolute awe of their abilities because over night they’re not powerless anymore. Neither of them is comfortable with being the face of a movement, but they definitely don’t want to just be a figurehead for someone else to use. And they’re both such sarcastic little shits, I swear to god. 

Kai: I have no fucking clue someone help me. 

Scarlet: Hawkeye/Clint Barton. Now before you get mad that she’s not Black Widow, let me explain. Scar (in the beginning anyway) is probably the least damaged member of the team, she lives on a farm and had an actual family (we’re going to ignore the bullshit out of nowhere wife/kids that Whedon tossed in so he could do Bruce/Natasha with absolutely 0 development), she also has a serious affinity for long-range weapons and will sympathize with people everyone assumes is the enemy (to quote Clint during Thor, “Better call it Coulson, I’m starting to root for this guy”). Other than Thorne, who has actual military training, she is the normal one who, at first glance, has no noticeable abilities. Also has a somewhat confusing relationship with the bad ass super spy who can kill people quite easily with his bare hands. 

Wolf: Black Widow/Natasha Romanov. HEAR ME OUT OKAY. Who was raised from a young age to be an assassin/murderer and turned only after doing things they aren’t proud of? Who apparently has experience with actual weapons but often turns to hand-to-hand combat? Who spends about half of their first appearance pretending to be someone they’re not? Who had to literally murder their fellow soldiers? Who went through horrible, invasive surgical procedures, brainwashing and mind control only to finally turn and join the “right side”? That’s right, Ze’ev Kesley. I’d say he could be Banner, but Banner doesn’t have the same history with brainwashing/abuse as a kid (as far as we know in the MCU). I’m also tempted to say the Winter Soldier just because of the sexy murder walk. 

Cress: Hulk/Bruce Banner. Okay, this has very little to do with actual abilities and more to do with personality. Cress is definitely the smartest of the group, but she’s also the most reserved and really not good at social interaction. Bruce spends most of his time in the movies just trying not to freak out and doing complex math/science, and while he hasn’t really played an especially critical role in the series I think their personalities are very similar. Cress is clearly a more developed and interesting character, but I really don’t see anyone else she would be.   

Thorne: Iron Man/Tony Stark. He’d probably be pissed that I didn’t choose him for Cap, but let’s be real. Thorne is the annoying, smart, and rich playboy who seems to have it all that you like because he’s kind of funny but otherwise doesn’t have a whole lot of depth at first. He’s reckless and has some serious daddy issues but underneath it all is actually a pretty intelligent, somewhat decent guy. Regularly claims to be the leader (he isn’t), actually has absolutely no idea what’s going on because he is way out of his element but goddammit he will walk out the other side with that stupid grin on his face having somehow talked himself out of getting murdered. Manages to hide his pain pretty well. Also lacks any sort of supernatural/super science ability. 

Winter: Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff. Gorgeous, has incredible hair (in the comics anyway), and is absolutely terrified of her abilities. She’s far more powerful than she seems but has a hard time coping with her strength, as well as a hard time interacting with people she hasn’t known for very long. In a word, she’s weird and no one really knows what to do with her. The first member of the team to make any real connection with her is the somewhat normal one that really just wants to go home, 

Jacin: Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff. I’m kind of iffy with this, mostly because Wanda and Pietro are siblings  (although clearly whoever wrote their interactions in the movie is an only child and has never seen a sibling relationship, please for the love of god stop letting straight white men do this), but if you remove the romantic aspect to Jacin and Winter’s relationship it definitely fits pretty well. Makes sacrifices constantly for the person he cares the most about, very sarcastic and has a tendency to get on everyone else’s nerves and literally couldn’t care less. Would probably respond to getting shot with an annoyed look (you know, that scene when Pietro gets shot by one of the Sokovian soldiers and BARELY REACTS), is loyal to no one but the person wants to protect. Of all the guys I always thought Jacin was the most self-sacrificing, with Wolf as a close second only because that man appears to be nearly invincible. 

BONUS

Torin: Coulson. He ridiculously overworked, please give him a raise. 

If anyone wants to add anything, feel free! 

PLL 710 The DArkest Knight - Impressions

NOTE: I have LITERALLY just pressed stop on the episode for the first time. I have not seen the overall impressions of the episode by everyone yet. I haven’t even opened my inbox of messages! So some of the stuff I say here have most likely already been said 3 days ago! Anyway, here are my first impressions and notes of the last summer finale ever. They are not in order, I did not take these notes whilst watching. I like to watch with no distractions!

- Definitely in my top 5 episodes of the series: they finally hit the intensity that I knew they are capable of hitting!

- Perfect perfect perfect balance between romance and mystery - this is coming from someone who watches PLL for the mystery and not the romance. I still got on board and loved every second.

- I’ve already said this today, but I don’t like it when people say that half the episode was filler. People can’t die in every scene. The ships need a bit of action, too. The fans who have been here since the beginning probably really appreciated this episode.

- Kind of disappointed in Sydney’s return being very minimal. Like, the reason they brought her back was actually very clever; to distract Caleb and Mona. But still, I wanted more. I wanted to know who Sydney, Jenna and Mona were meeting at the park in 5A.

- I feel like it’s a no brainer that Alison is pregnant with Emily’s eggs. They need to be very careful when they go down this storyline in 7B. Yes, it’s a great way to reunite Emison and make them endgame (I can imagine the Emison fans would’ve gone crazy!), but again, they need to be careful because they’re going down the touchy topic of rape/consent etc, in the sense that AD impregnated Alison at Welby (now the ending scene of 702 makes sense!) without her consent. Also, it finally makes use of Emily’s eggs storyline of 6B. I always thought that was so pointless, other than to just show what a kind heart Emily has.

- I’m very confused by that ending. Was that not Jenna who had the gun? Was that AD in a mask? It can’t have been AD in a mask because Jenna was speaking and obviously no one has the same voice as Jenna, and also, this person literally walked right past the liars; something AD wouldn’t do because they aren’t blind. So what’s with the ending!? “Did you shoot Spencer?” (she said something like that).

- I expected them to reveal who killed Sara, actually. I guess we’ll just have to wait for that.

- The Spoby scene was utterly brilliant. Whoever wrote that… *clap clap*. The “can I kiss you just to say goodbye” was so juicy.

- Speaking of Spoby… did Toby die!? Surely not!? I guess all the leaks were true that there is a car crash. I have a feeling, that to get a big audience reaction in the 7B premiere, they may reveal Toby actually did die. I’m not ready for that! But then again… how? Was that AD who crashed into them? Toby isn’t a bad driver…

- Oh what, Nicole is alive!? Didn’t see that coming. I truly thought she was dead. Oh well, I’m still 100% confident Ezria will get married. This will just ramp up in the intensity, as Ezra needs to make a decision. There’s not a bone inside me that thinks he won’t choose Aria.

- Well duh Noel isn’t Mary’s second child. The second she gave his blood asking for results, I kept telling myself “you’re wasting your time Hanna”. But then again, if I were in her position, 100% confirmation is necessary.

- NOEL. Creepy af! What an awesome death, too. I never thought PLL would do something like that; have a head literally roll down the stairs. How epic. Just adds to the intensity.

- Jenna with the gun was so good! I loved it! Again, that’s the type of creepiness I knew PLL is capable of reaching, and they finally did after all these years of not-so-fun finales. 

- I knew Spencer would be shot… the promo was fking stupid. Utterly stupid. They literally told us Spencer got shot in the promo. Oh well. Actually no, not “oh well”. Because the whole time Jenna had the gun, I kept telling myself “is this the part Jenna shoots Spencer?” so I was not shocked at all. My jaw would’ve hit the floor if I saw that for the first time! Anyway. Yes, I wasn’t shocked at all, but I always prioritise logic and quality over shock factor. She’ll obviously need surgery to get the bullet out, which is a really bloody process, and blood DNA will just confirm once again that she is actually Mary’s daughter.

- Next point: SPENCER IS MARY’S DAUGHTER! I finally got a theory right!!!! Well, half the fandom was thinking this, but still, it counts, right!? I finally got one right!!! I wasn’t expecting them to reveal this now in 7A; the writers had said in interviews that it’s coming in 7B. They tricked us! Good one. Soooooo happy about that reveal! That really topped it off. I kind of knew it was coming the second Mary started signing to Spencer. I could tell she cared way too much that she got shot. Then she said the words we were all thinking, and I literally did a fist pump in the air. I wish I filmed that reaction!

- AD in the hoodie!! Finally gave me a bit of nostalgia that this is an A game after all. Loved the ending scene. 

My 2 biggest questions after this finale:
- WHAT DOES JENNA WANT?
I get why Noel was pissed at the girls. They had the files that can prove Noel helped Charlotte torture the girls. And, Hanna just kidnapped him. She played him. I get what Noel’s problem is. But why did Jenna care about the clips of Noel??? “Put it on the table”.. bitch why are you even here? Are you STILL seeking revenge for them blinding you!? I get that it’s such a horrible thing but in terms of a television show, that’s boring and she needs another motive.
- So Noel was angry because the girls had proof he helped Charlotte… WHY did he help Charlotte? Similarly, why did Sara help Charlotte?

and of course, who killed Charlotte?

- Overall, 9/10. It’s not perfect, because I wanted to know who killed Sara and I didn’t think that was too much to ask - here we are one whole season after she was revealed as Red Coat/Black Widow, and we still don’t know why she was helping Charlotte! Marlene literally said on the night of the 6A finale that the answer is coming in 6B… now we are entering 7B!? So I really thought that was coming. Anyway, it was great overall. Again, they finally hit the level of creepiness they’ve long been overdue to hit. Imagine where the next finale is going to go.. wow! Well, that’s a movie, so even better!

- Now we have to wait until April 2017. That is TOTALLY okay with me. Usually we premiere in January and end in March… this time, we premiere AFTER we’ve usually had the finale!! So a MASSIVE gap. But that’s totally okay. We have PLL in our lives for a little bit longer before we all say goodbye, and of course, that means we get to spend more time together here on Tumblr. Yay. So, lets get comfortable together because we have 8 months to chat!

Whoever wrote/designed/executed/scored/edited that Chemical Wedding scene… I fucking love you because… just… wow…

I don’t know why I still can’t get over that scene… it’s either the performances of Jared and Margot, the cinematography, that fucking swan dive, or Kehlani’s Gangsta (geez… that song, darlings…) or just a mix of all of these elements. It was incredible.

Okay, I’ll shut up now XD

What’s this rolling down my face? Tears of disappointment? No, it’s -why it’s urine from where I’ve just dunked my whole head in the nearest toilet in an angry rage.
This is my message, and it’s for you, Supernatural writers.
I started being interested in Supernatural in May 2014, when I stumbled across a picture of Dean Winchester on a mainly Sherlock Instagram account I was following. Shortly afterwards, I watched a few episodes on E4, where they show episodes a season or so behind the ones coming out in the States. That’s the curse of being an English person watching American tv shows. At the time, they were showing season 9. I seem to remember the first one I saw was the one with those strange fat-sucking monsters, and Donna, ie. one of the two best sheriffs ever. Soon after that, I followed a number of Supernatural Instagram’s and Twitter’s, and I discovered this amazing thing, something I’d already half thought myself. Destiel.
The greatest love story never told.
Wanting to keep up with Season 10, I found a (not entirely legal) way of watching the new episodes as they aired. I developed a hatred for monster of the week episodes (good god, aren’t they awful?) and discovered more about these three amazing characters.
Sam, Dean, and Castiel. I don’t have a favourite out of Dean and Cas (sorry Sam, you’re in third-ish place, pal) and the dynamic between them fascinated me. At that point I was watching the show from an ‘outsider’ position; I followed a few fan accounts but not more than 3 or 4, I didn’t read or write fanfiction, I had no idea who played any of the characters (in the UK, if you say 'Misha Collins’ people just look at you blankly). I realised several things.
One: the eight seasons I’d missed clearly contained a LOT of either queer baiting or intentional romantic (sexual?) build up for the angel in the trenchcoat and the tough, domineering hunter.
Two: the whole show was like nothing I’d ever seen before. It had a truly 'American’ feel that I liked, despite being told as a child that McDonalds came from the States and therefore they were all EVIL.
Three: there were some very talented actors.
Four: there were some very talented writers. Certain episodes are gold, take, for example, the only episode not from in season 9, 10, or 11 that I’ve watched; The French Mistake.
After a while, I got more into the Supernatural fan base. Being a new fan in the black hole that is the Supernatural 'fandom’ is a bit like buying a horse; they hide all the bad bits, like bog spavins and partial blindness, until you get it vetted and you realise that the 'sound, good to box, show, and hack’ horse that you were going to buy is actually a 25 year old ex-riding school pony with cushings disease. What I mean, for those of you with no knowledge of horses, is that I didn’t see the bad bits at first. In an attempt to integrate, I made an anonymous fan account, not linked to my personal.
On the inside, I could see it all; the vicious fights about ships, the insults towards fans and cast that frankly bordered on abuse and harassment, and the way in which some people were just so rude and appallingly ignorant of how far their words could travel in the great expanse of the Internet. #SPNfamily. Yeah, right.
But I also discovered the other side of it; the brilliant weirdness that is Misha Collins, the kindness and incredible acting of Jensen Ackles, the caring and sharing nature of Jared Padalecki, and the rest of the cast, leads, regulars and all, from Kathryn Newton to Kim Rhodes to Mark Pellegrino. Also the creativity of the fans, I saw, was novel.
Season 11 took too long to arrive. One long summer of sweating (I dislike the heat) and then, it finally arrived with a couple of episodes which I enjoyed, not because of any good writing, but simply because I was so pleased to see the cast back on the screen. The Darkness (not the band) was an idea I didn’t like. The first episode saw Cas under Rowena’s spell, and Dean meeting the overtly sexualised Amara. It was then we all felt that this wasn’t going to go well. The next few episodes were all right; the zombie things and all that stuff at the hospital was great, and I actually thought it was going somewhere. Silly me. Then Sam cured himself with a burning marshmallow and it all seemed to get forgotten. The best episode came next, my favourite episode I ever watched; 11x4, The Bad Seed. Directed by Jensen, with Dean and Sam working together to save Cas, I thought it was all fixed and they’d spend the rest of the season together. It was a Destiel heaven, that ep, and directed by Jensen himself. I was insanely excited.
The reaction from some 'Wincest’ (If there’s one thing I can’t stomach it’s incest.) fans was to abuse Jensen’s Twitter, and complain they wanted 'more bros’. The only way you could get more bros in that show would be to have 49 minutes of them sitting in the Bunker doing case research. What show have they been watching? I felt hopeful though, as that scene where Cas was cured was brilliant (that face touch. Give me a shoulder to cry gently onto). Baby was another episode that I really liked. It was funny and inclusive. Whoever wrote that deserves a medal. The comments from certain people about that episode made me want to ban anyone from using the words 'brothers’ and 'supernatural that we know and love’ in the same sentence, though.
Then we get to Plush. Despite it being a monster of the week episode, I really enjoyed the idea that was 'toyed’ with there. I love clowns. I’m not going to lie; the creepier the better. It was a filler episode that wasn’t a pointless one to fill up the season.
Just My Imagination was good too. Funny, cute, and interesting for Sam’s storyline, which has been one of the only things worth watching this season.
Now though we have this train-wreak, this atrocity, this disgusting piece of badly written and created television.
I have several issues with it. Firstly, the title. Oh Brother Where Are Thou? Are you kidding me? Make it You, to start with, if you’re not going to use Art instead of Are. It sounds wrong. Also, which brother are they referring to? No time was spent where one was looking for the other, except about 20 seconds of Sam ringing Dean and him not answering because he was too busy off snogging Gods bloody sister, the Darkness who’s probably killed roughly 100 people by now.
That’s the bit that made me really angry. We saw Amara grow from a tiny baby, become steadily more sexualised, and now, when she’s fully grown, she makes out with Dean. It’s disgusting. I’ve got nothing against Emily Swallow, in fact I think she’s a good actor, but this? It shows a lack of consent and, worse, proves what I’ve been trying to ignore ever since I started watching Supernatural; Dean is a shallow character, driven by a need for both control and acceptance, and governed only by his massive sexual appetite.
You can forget about it in his tender moments, like when he saves innocent people, sacrifices his life for his brother and the world, when he says “Cas!”, his voice cracking slightly with fear and a submerged need. But I can see it painfully clearly now. The writers have written him to destruction.
It ties back to the 200th episode. It seemed good at first, a shoutout to the large and passionate fan base, but then, when you look into it you realise it’s almost mocking. “You can have your version of things, but we won’t listen or put it in the show. Hell no. We’ll humour you with this episode, and then we’ll be back to ignoring you.” Now, we see that, although they all know what a majority of the 'online’ fan base wants, and must be aware of how they’ve written and acted the last 8 seasons, they continue to write Cas-less episodes and do nothing with the build up they’ve spent years either intentionally or accidentally creating. And this with Amara. It’s like they’re trying to cover their ears, sing lalalalala very loudly and feast their eyes on that hetero kiss they’ve shoved down our throats. Because Destiel will never be canon, and this is something I know almost for certain. The truth is sad, and yet it exists. I wish it didn’t, but it does. It’s not because of homophobia. I don’t think any of the the writers are homophobic, but it’s just something they’ll never do, because they’ll risk upsetting their 'floating viewers’, the ones that make all the difference to the ratings and viewings. Also, they’ll upset the minority. Remember the way in which the photographs of Jensen and Misha play fighting and the paragraphs about them on the convention website were taken down when some fans complained? They were replaced by a photo of Jensen and Jared, with a separate one of Misha.

I’d just like to credit the outstanding acting of Mark Pellegrino for Lucifer. He really saved the ep, and I think he may have been channeling the 'spirit’ of a certain joker. (Obviously you can’t channel spirits. They don’t exist. I know that.) Also I’d like to commend the excellent acting of Mark Sheppard and Ruthie Connell. And, although they are in very few eps, Kim Rhodes and Briana Buckmaster (is that spelt right?) on their great characters.

It’s time, writers. Do something, something big, something new. Surprise me. It’s a challenge, you know. You’ve spat on my last remaining hope for the show. Now you need to hand me the sanitiser to wipe it off.
And now, as this took me over two hours and a lot of neck clicking to write, I’d appreciate a read and a reblog. Cheers.

Supernatural writers: Make Destiel canon. I dare 'ya.