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    Someone talks shit about Tony, and, well, Peter isn’t about to let that happen. He doesn’t mean for things to escalate, but in his defense, he’s not the one who threw the first punch. That dubious honor goes to the shaggy-haired kid who apparently takes insults to Mr Stark as well as Peter does, and – well, Peter could hardly let the other boy take on five guys by himself, could he?

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    11 Aug 2019

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    “You left me,” he said. “You both left me, for him. And I can’t even blame you, because I’d have left me for him too.”

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    10 Aug 2019

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    “You left me,” he said. “You both left me, for him. And I can’t even blame you, because I’d have left me for him too.”

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    10 Aug 2019

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    Heaven dispatches a Grigori to monitor any "suspicious activity" between Aziraphale and a certain agent of Hell.

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    08 Aug 2019

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    In the South Downs sits a cottage. It’s the type of cottage one would expect to find in East Sussex: small and homely and possessing a well-kept, if somewhat scruffy, garden. And while it always gives a pleasant, well lived-in feeling to passersby, an observant individual would note that it is only ever occupied on weekends and certain bank holidays. It would take a truly occult observer, however, to realize that it was, in fact, the home of an angel and a demon.

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    08 Aug 2019