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02 May 2022
28 Oct 2018
Steve Rogers: I couldn’t say no to this little guy, so I guess he’s coming home with me!
The picture below it is an overexcited looking dog, barely older than six months, shoving its nose through the bars of a shelter gate. The tweet already has twenty thousand retweets, a few thousand more likes, and nearly three thousand comments. Bucky can’t help himself, leads in hand, and he leans a shoulder against the doorjamb and taps the comment field.
bbarnes: if you’re ever in need of a walker I’d be happy to take the lil guy on, nyc based and rescues are my thing!
Steve Rogers is a bonafide superhero, followed by nearly a million people on Twitter, not that he’s all too active considering saving the world usually comes first. When he takes on a rescue dog, dog walker Bucky can’t help but leave a message in Steve’s twitter thread, never expecting the DM that comes his way.
With that one tweet, Steve and his new fuzzball Duke tip Bucky’s life upside down, but Bucky’s not sure he’d have it any other way - especially if he can do something about the shadows lurking behind Steve’s smile.
After Steve gets outed by a grainy cell phone picture, it takes the media less than 24 hours to discover Captain America’s secret relationship with James Barnes: classical musician, teen heartthrob, and son of a former president.
The only problem? Steve has never met James Barnes in his life.
- Part 1 of I just met you (and extras)
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Captain America (Movies)
13 Jan 2019
Steve Rogers just wants to get through Christmas without being browbeaten to death by Tony and his other so-called friends for not having a love life to speak of. Then he meets Bucky Barnes, the sexiest school teacher he's ever seen, and manages to get himself involved in a fake boyfriend scheme, all in the same day. Bucky assures him it's the perfect ploy to help them both avoid unwanted criticism (and set-ups) during the stressful holiday season...only problem is, this is one set-up Steve wants.
Sam sighs, “Man, why can’t you be a normal young adult and just lie to your mother. It would really make this easier.”
“Believe me, I know,” Steve grins. “Who else do we know who’d consider spending a week in Brooklyn with me pretending to be my significant other?”
“I’ll do it,” a deep voice interrupts the two of them and Steve starts slightly. He hadn’t realized the actual object of his affections had walked into the kitchen for his morning cup of coffee looking absolutely devastating (as usual) in a dark gray suit.
In which Steve needs a date to his mother's wedding and Bucky is all too happy to accompany him.
- Part 1 of The Wedding Date