THEME BY PISTACHI-O

sayheyagentcarter:

pggys:

Infinite list of favorite characters: Peggy Carter

"Gentlemen, I’m agent Carter. I supervise all operations for this division."

piragon:

When someone expects me to blindly stride into a childish trap and, electrocute myself.

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anightvaleintern:

caityjay13:

"It’s one of those unmistakable things, y’know? It sneaks up on you and hits like lightning—BAM! And you know it! You just… know!"

[The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal, E.K. Weaver]

EK put so much thought and heart into this story I can’t believe it’s almost over.

ecunderbase:

thinking of your OTP like

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mrsasimov:

manicurs:

Janelle Monae at 2014 MET Gala

Queen.

myrtlewilson:

quicksilver’s costume in x-men: days of future past more like

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ofelrond:

10 years have passed. i am still desperately in love with mark ruffalo in 13 going on 30

batreaux:

*puts all spices in the cupboard into one cup with water*
"mom i made a potion"
"you’re nearly 21 years old"
"mom drink the potion"

chujo-hime:

partytimexelent:

homoacethaliagrace:

during world war 2, “punk” was slang for an effeminate gay man, or the younger partner in a homosexual relationship

bucky affectionately calls steve the 40s equivalent of “twink”

could we have a source for this because this is just too damn good. 

Punk generally denoted a physically slighter youth who let himself be used sexually by an older and more powerful man, the wolf, in exchange for money, protection, or other forms of support.

From George Chauncey’s Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture, and the Making of the Gay Male World, 1890-1940, page 88