27 Oct 2018
There is a 6ft tall, super built, super hot blond in Bucky’s American History class, and he’s out to ruin Bucky’s life. Every single time something goes wrong for Bucky—like losing a parking spot he was obviously waiting for—it can always be traced right back to Steven fucking Rogers. Alarm clock not go off? Steve’s fault. Gravel in his shoe? Steve’s fault. There’s a guy sitting in his seat in class. Guess who it is! That’s right: Steve Rogers.
Bucky didn’t think he’d be so attracted to his enemy if he ever got one, but here he is. Steve just looks so good bending over to tie his shoe right where Bucky is walking. Bucky’s become an expert at schooling his face into a glare when Steve catches him looking.
Bucky doesn’t know why Steve’s so set on ruining his days. But he’s not gonna let it get to him. That would be letting Steve win.
Worth Fighting For by charlesdk for ElStark
19 Oct 2017
It's a terribly slow and long trip back to base, it almost feels like torture. Usually, Steve would spend post-mission trips dozing off like Sam is doing now or straight up sleeping like Clint is, although he likes to think he snores a lot less than Clint. Mostly he just spends post-mission trips spacing out, brain shutting down.
Not this time, though. No, because he can't with Bucky furiously glaring at him the whole fucking way and not sitting right next to him, a hand in his in a comforting and reassuring way, like they usually do.
There's none of that, this time.
OR; in which Steve is a reckless idiot (yet again) and it finally gets too much for Bucky to handle.
27 Jul 2017
Or how Bucky develops a love/hate relationship with the thing that has taken up residence on his husband's face.
16 Nov 2014
Steve stops looking for Bucky and Bucky starts looking for Steve instead. It's when they meet in the middle that things get more complicated.
OR: How to put back the pieces when nothing else makes sense.
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain America - All Media Types, The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types
05 Jul 2017
When Bucky Barnes makes the fatal mistake of suggesting that Nat's dance class isn't worthy of the name 'exercise', Nat decides that he needs to be proven wrong. Bucky just as adamantly decides that he needs to prove he's right.
What starts off as a simple joke between friends, however, soon turn into so much more as Bucky begins to discover traits about himself that he never knew he possessed. Or maybe, he just forgot about them...?
Bookmarked by mlmlouis
21 Sep 2019