Dif-tor heh smusma

Touch each other in a celebratory way!

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eccentricbillionaires:

constantlyeasilyobsessed:

steve-capsicle-rogers:

youareall-ofyou-beneathme:

Can we all take a minute to hyperventilate over the fact that they put this signature move in the movie?

Yes we can.

This really gets my feels going. I just— Tony shoots at Steve without really talking about it first. They haven’t even known each other long. He shoots at him and Steve reflects it. Tony trusts Steve to do that, and to reflect it away from Tony, to use the blast to hit the enemies, to actually make this team thing work. Tony says he’s not a team player, but he is. He so totally is. He can’t even pretend he isn’t, especially when he does things like this.

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eccentricbillionaires:

constantlyeasilyobsessed:

steve-capsicle-rogers:

youareall-ofyou-beneathme:

Can we all take a minute to hyperventilate over the fact that they put this signature move in the movie?

Yes we can.

This really gets my feels going. I just— Tony shoots at Steve without really talking about it first. They haven’t even known each other long. He shoots at him and Steve reflects it. Tony trusts Steve to do that, and to reflect it away from Tony, to use the blast to hit the enemies, to actually make this team thing work. Tony says he’s not a team player, but he is. He so totally is. He can’t even pretend he isn’t, especially when he does things like this.

Reblogging for the comment above ^

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capsarmy:

“It’s a commonly expressed and rather nice, romantic notion that we are all “sisters” and “brothers.” Let’s be real. Fact is, we might be better served to accept that we are all siblings. Siblings fight, pull each other’s hair, steal stuff, and accuse each other indiscriminately. But siblings also know the undeniable fact that they are the same blood, share the same origins, and are family. Even when they hate each other. And that tends to put all things in perspective.”

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doctorhooper:

Sherlock- Season 1, Episode 1
A Study in Pink

Dr. John Watson returns to London and is in need of a place to stay. A friend introduces him to Sherlock Holmes, a consulting detective. The two find themselves teaming up to solve a series of murders that are made to look like suicides

doctorhooper:

Sherlock- Season 1, Episode 1

A Study in Pink

Dr. John Watson returns to London and is in need of a place to stay. A friend introduces him to Sherlock Holmes, a consulting detective. The two find themselves teaming up to solve a series of murders that are made to look like suicides

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