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I'm a writer in New York City. I'm probably older than you and younger than your mom.

This contains, at current: Avengers, Captain America, Winter Soldier, Les Miserables, geekery and other shiny things.

INFP. Pisces. Writing. Travel. Books. Comics. Cigarettes. Magic. Myths. Musicals. Outer space. Science. Smoke. Spies. Super soldiers.

A Grantaire muddled with Jehan Prouvaire. If I were at Hogwarts I'd be in Hufflepuff. If I had a dragon it would be green. If I were in Westeros I would leave. My captain is Kirk and my coffee is iced.

Life is Bucky Barnes, highness. Anyone who says differently is selling something.

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barricadeur with her magic wand @ reserve's bachelorette party (cc brofisting & myuntreatedstate)

assassinate me with your thighs idc i’d totally be into it

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Three times Steve thought he had lost Bucky.

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neptunain:

"GENTLEMEN, WE ARE AT WAR WITH TROY AND MUST NOT DROP OUR GUARD AT ALL"

"sir, the enemy gave us a giant wooden horse"

"oh rad bring it in"

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lissinator:

Reasons why I love Ichabod

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sapphicdalliances:

et-in-arkadia:

sometimes when i’m sad i remember that george bladgen covered “i will follow you into the dark” and rewrote an entire verse to be from grantaire’s perspective and life is beautiful

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thorilyhammered:

siffy:

I have this headcanon where Steve’s son is born with his original health maladies and wants to grow up to be just like his dad - and Steve is confronted with all these feelings of inadequacy as a father because he realizes his son can’t grow up to be like him. But no kid will probably ever be better protected from bullies, considering who all his uncles are. It’s probably just a matter of time before Uncle Tony builds him some really sweet replacement braces (“Should they have spinning rims? I feel like they should have spinning rims.”)

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m-ty:

lighthouse keeper’s quarters preserved (by dubl*a)

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captivesam:

truckyousasha:

*aggressively grabs you by the shirt collar* 
BUT DO YOU REMEMBER HOW GOOD SEASON ONE WAS 

*breaks down in tears on your chest*

This applies to every show ever

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screamerjolras:

if this has already been done i’m sorry i just felt the need

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That’s how everybody and their grandmother remembers you. B u c k y, Captain America’s teenage sidekick back in World War Two. Kids all around the world dreamed of just meeting Cap — and there you were in your dandy red-and-blues, fighting along-side the living legend. And we remember how you d i e d.

That’s how everybody and their grandmother remembers you. B u c k y, Captain America’s teenage sidekick back in World War Two. Kids all around the world dreamed of just meeting Cap — and there you were in your dandy red-and-blues, fighting along-side the living legend. And we remember how you d i e d.

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teganquinruinedmylife:

teganquinruinedmylife:

I’m giving this to my history teacher

Today is the day

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Writing and reading fanfiction isn’t just something you do; it’s a way of thinking critically about the media you consume, of being aware of all the implicit assumptions that a canonical work carries with it, and of considering the possibility that those assumptions might not be the only way things have to be.

At this late date, fanfiction has become wildly more biodiverse that the canonical works that it springs from. It encompasses male pregnancy, centaurification, body swapping, apocalypses, reincarnation, and every sexual fetish, kink, combination, position, and inversion you can imagine and probably a lot more that you could but would probably prefer not to. It breaks down walls between genders and genres and races and canons and bodies and species and past and future and conscious and unconscious and fiction and reality. Culturally speaking, this work used to be the job of the avant garde, but in many ways fanfiction has stepped in to take that role. If the mainstream has been slow to honor it, well, that’s usually the fate of aesthetic revolutions. Fanfiction is the madwoman in mainstream culture’s attic, but the attic won’t contain it forever.

Anne Jamison. Fic: Why Fanfiction is Taking Over the World. 2013

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