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Prompt Post 1

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At least one of the characters in your prompt must have been in Captain America: The First Avenger or Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

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Steve&Bucky (gen or slash) - projected memories

(Anonymous) 2014-09-02 01:02 am (UTC)(link)
Villain of the week develops a weapon/power meant to trap someone in their own mind. It taps into their memories, all the ones that bring them happiness and love and/or all the ones that bring them pain, and it entraps them between the extremes. Worse yet, it projects those memories for everyone around them to see, just to add that extra dose of humiliation on top of having their most private thoughts invaded.

Steve ends up its victim.

And of course, given he spent about 90% of his life with him by his side, the majority of the memories in Steve's head are ones with Bucky. In particular, all those memories of love or pain are ones of Bucky.

[Basically, I just really want others being shown exactly how important Bucky was and is to Steve, and how close they were.]

Re: Steve&Bucky (gen or slash) - projected memories

(Anonymous) 2014-09-02 09:57 am (UTC)(link)
Oh god yes this, so much!!

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Bucky Barnes = charmer

(Anonymous) 2014-09-02 02:10 am (UTC)(link)
You know how adorable and goofy and charming Sebastian Stan is in his interviews? (If you don't, I recommend these lil vids here ( and here (

Well, after so long, Bucky's healing up and gaining back his memories and personality, and may or may not be fighting with the Avengers. Either way, the public is going to want to know about him, so some news interviews and magazine articles are lined up.

And Tony Stark is promptly up-staged.

Bucky likes making faces on camera, he tells wild stories (that usually end up embarrassing Steve) and cracks jokes with his interviewers and charms the reporters, and he goofs around and dances during photo shoots, and has no problem posing with random fans on the street.

He hasn't quite figured out the internet yet, but give him time and he'll be lovingly trolling the forums soon enough.

Re: Bucky Barnes = charmer

(Anonymous) 2014-09-02 04:42 am (UTC)(link)
Those videos made me smile and the prompt makes me smile and thinking about a happy and healthy Bucky mugging for the cameras makes me smile and EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS MAKES ME FUCKING SMILE!

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Steve & Bucky shaving

(Anonymous) 2014-09-02 04:50 am (UTC)(link)
As movie!Steve's father died when he was too young, Bucky is the one who teaches him how to shave. (gen/slash/ you chose, just fifhteen-ish boys learning stuff).

Jensen and Bucky, The Losers crossover

(Anonymous) 2014-09-02 07:31 am (UTC)(link)
The Losers happen to stumble across the newly freed Winter Soldier. Thankfully, before any blood shed comes about, Bucky catches sight of Jensen. His mind and memories still in tatters, Bucky only knows that Jensen looks vaguely familiar and that's more than can be said for anything else, and ends up clinging to that familiarity...and Jensen.

Jensen's reaction is essentially "fucking adorable badass puppy oh god Clay can I keep him?!!"

(Of course, later when they find out who Bucky is and what happened to him, that joke becomes not funny, but still...)

Re: Jensen and Bucky, The Losers crossover

(Anonymous) 2014-09-02 12:34 pm (UTC)(link)
this prompt is a good prompt

he'd totally rig Bucky up with a badass arm and Bucky would adopt his horrible fashion

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Steve/Bucky, trigger, multiple personalities

(Anonymous) 2014-09-02 03:17 pm (UTC)(link)
Bucky loves Steve. But the Winter Soldier never stops trying to complete his mission. A.k.a, Bucky is triggered every time he sees Steve in uniform.

How do they manage?

Re: Steve/Bucky, trigger, multiple personalities

[personal profile] celiaequus 2014-09-07 05:16 am (UTC)(link)
Get Coulson to design a new uniform? I mean, have some design input?

Bucky/Steve, or, EvanStan

(Anonymous) 2014-09-02 06:34 pm (UTC)(link)
It's a quote from the TV show Merlin: "No man is worth your tears."

Tears [fill; wintersoldier!Bucky/Steve]

(Anonymous) 2014-09-03 05:16 am (UTC)(link)
He doesn't know who he is completely, slipping in and out of memories that he's unsure if they're imagined or not is something of a constant for him.

He wanders the United States' capitol, watching as they clean up the aftermath of Hydra's (and his, no matter how many headaches and heartaches that realization has caused) failed mission.

His wanderings bring him always to the Captain's building, though he makes sure he is in the covers of the shadows. There is always a guard, until the man on the bridge (Steve the name is sweet tasting as he rolls the letters in his mouth, wanting to speak the man's name to his face) asks them to stop mothering him.

He doesn't know who he is fully when he effortlessly climbs up to the Captain's bedroom window (he has told himself he has not earned the right to call the man by his name).

The Captain is sitting with his back to the window, papers spread over top of the bed; his broad shoulders are slumped, his posture imperfect. He watches as the man shifts through the papers, realizing that they are photographs yellowed at the edges; there are numerous sketches as well, the graphite nearly worn away but still stubbornly clinging to the old paper.

He squints in order to make out the figures splattered over the photos and sketches, swallowing a gasp of surprise (he forgets for a moment he's not supposed to feel surprise at all).

It is his face, mouth curled in a cocksure grin, arm wrapped around a nameless woman. Another photo is him working on a vehicle, squinting at the camera, mouth open as he spoke to the photographer; him in a pressed uniform, him as a young boy, he and the man on the bridge as sunburnt teenagers wearing matching grins and sharing a sno cone.

The sketches show similar settings among doodles of the New York skyline; these are privet, showing him in various states of undress.

His eyes flicker away from the photos and sketches, head pounding wih too many memories. He sees the Captain's shoulders shaking, and notices drips of water landing on some if the older looking papers.

He bites the inside of his cheek till he tastes blood; guilt flows through him as he watches the man cry silently. He weighs his options, and then opens the window a crack, watching as the man's shoulders suddenly stop shaking.

"No man is worth your tears." He says quietly, almost breathing out the words.

The Captian turns, eyes wide and wet, but he's already climbing down like a coward.

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Winter Soldier, gaslighting

(Anonymous) 2014-09-03 02:07 am (UTC)(link)
The reason the Winter Soldier was willing to just let Hydra/Pierce fry his brain was because they've convinced him that he's mentally unstable and that the electroshock is therapeutic. That any pre-fall memories he uncovers are actually delusions ("how could you have fought in WWII, it was 50 years ago", etc), maybe a side-effect of the serum, and need to be reported to his handler so they can monitor his mental state.

TW: gaslighting, obv.

Fill: "Let This Candle Guide You" Winter Soldier, gaslighting [1/3]

[personal profile] lauralot 2014-09-14 04:59 am (UTC)(link)

"Just look at the mess you made."

The Soldier bares his teeth in a wordless snarl. His knife is pressed against the Secretary's throat. Had he heard the Secretary come in, had he not been preoccupied with remembering, then the man would have been dead before he could sit down, another addition to the pile of corpses reeking of blood and waste in the doorway. The pile of corpses that had been sent to bring him in. But the Soldier did not hear him and now the Secretary is seated and the Soldier's knife is at his throat.

The facts are these: They are in a flophouse in Brooklyn, the Soldier has been off of the grid for three months, and he can remember.

He remembers a man with a shield, remembers watching that man through the scope of his rifle, defending. A frail blond boy, too brave and too stupid to know when to shut up. Dance halls. The beads of a rosary. The hiss of a radiator. He remembers a mother. A girlfriend. A man with his face all red. A man inside a machine. Mission reports and the Dodgers and blood on ice and Coney Island and and and

He remembers and there is a trickle of blood down the Secretary's throat, blooming from under the blade.

The Secretary's gaze is still and calm and makes the Soldier feel like a thing under glass. But it wasn't glass, it was ice and it will be ice again but it won't, because he isn't going back.

"Look at yourself," the Secretary says, and the Soldier understands then that the mess is not the bodies at the threshold. It's him. His skin is streaked with grime and blood and his hair is matted. There's a flush of heat to his face even though he does not care what the Secretary thinks. He doesn't. "When was the last time you ate?"

"Shut up." Maybe his voice shakes but that's okay. It's okay because he has the knife and he can remember being human, being free, being able to talk back. And he's going back to that; the Secretary can't stop him. The Secretary isn't the one with the knife.

But the Secretary's eyes are bored and that's cutting. He looks at the Soldier like a parent who can't be bothered to raise a hand to a disobedient child and the Soldier has to look away although he doesn't want to. There's a soft exhalation from the Secretary; it's wordless but it is also a repetition of the previous question.

"I don't remember," the Soldier says. He hadn't intended to speak and he presses the knife a little harder, starting another rivulet of blood.

This time the Secretary sighs. He makes a face at the Soldier's words as if they're something mildly vulgar, as if "remember" is a phrase the Soldier has no business saying.

Maybe it isn't, he can't help but think, and shakes his head to brush the idea away.

"And what do you remember?" The Secretary does not move but he does not need to in order to glance at his watch.

He remembers waking to find his arm all in metal. Waking to feel ice crystals splintering and melting in his lungs. He remembers trenches and blue lights and air heavy with the smell of burning flesh. A shield and a flag. "The war."

"In Grenada?"

The Soldier's eyes drop down because he does not know what that is. He thinks of a skull with tentacles, squeezing, suffocating. "With HYDRA."

"In World War II?" There's a laugh in the Secretary's voice, but it's so sad at the same time. "That was over forty years ago. Don't you know how old you are?"

He feels ancient. He doesn't know a number, only the weariness that goes down into his bones.

"You're twenty-seven." The Secretary says it slowly, clearly, like it isn't the first time he's had to explain this. Like he's speaking to a stupid child. "You didn't fight in World War II. You weren't born then."

"I did." He isn't twenty-seven. Maybe he could have been three months ago, fresh from the ice, when his mind was empty. Now it is full to bursting and the pressure is mounting by the minute. He remembers too much to be just twenty-seven. He hurts too much.

"You should have been brought in long before you got to this state," the Secretary says. He doesn't sound bored now; he sounds angry, but the anger doesn't seem directed at the Soldier. There is a flood of warm feeling in his chest, though when the Soldier recognizes it as relief—or maybe gratitude—it goes so cold it winds him. He does not want the Secretary's approval or even his lack of ire.

The facts are these: They are in Brooklyn, the Soldier has been off of the grid for three months, he remembers, and he wants retribution.

"I won't entertain this delusion." The anger has slipped from the Secretary's voice. His words are soft like a blanket. The Soldier finds himself exhausted. "It isn't healthy. It isn't fair to you. Try to think about it logically. Can't you understand that you're too young?"

"I went into the ice." The plates of his arm shift, rearranging to form a tight and solid surface. It's involuntary, the same movement his body makes when responding to blows. The action does not drive the blade forward. There will be a lie now: the Secretary will try and tell him that there is no ice. But there is and the Secretary has been there to greet the Soldier while the slush still drips from his hair. He will not be fooled.

"That technology didn't exist in the second World War." The Secretary's eyes are unblinking and so very blue and suddenly they're someone else's eyes altogether and the Soldier has to look away a third time. "You think a person could be frozen alive before we built word processors? Do you think the technology for your arm could possibly outdate a fax machine?"

The Soldier doesn't know what a fax machine is. His arm has been called one of a kind. He isn't sure what makes it special. What he is sure of is they held him down and cut at the flesh that had been where the metal is now fused. He is sure that it hurt. "There were flying cars."

"We don't even have those today."

That's true. All the cars he's encountered in the past three months have touched the ground. But no, he saw them. He did. Maybe they can only be found in certain places. Maybe they're just for soldiers.

Though, in that case, wouldn't he have seen them?

"I remember. And I remember the war," he says and though it's a struggle, his voice is steady. "I remember him."


The Soldier's mouth does not open. He can bring to mind a shield, a uniform. The colors red, white, and blue. A gun tossed to him. A hand on his shoulder, sometimes big and sometimes small, sometimes reaching up and sometimes not. A roller coaster. A familiar face at a school desk beside his. He can see so many pictures. He cannot bring to mind a name.

"Whom?" the Secretary repeats, patient.

"He was…a captain?" The Soldier doesn't intend the question in his voice. He doesn't understand how he feels so small when he is the one with in control.

Steve/Bucky, fuck or die after past noncon

(Anonymous) 2014-09-03 02:30 am (UTC)(link)
Bucky was repeatedly violated in every horrible way during his time as the Winter Soldier. It's not something he kept a secret, but he and Steve still haven't been able to have sex again yet; they've gotten only as far as cuddling and some light makeouts, everything kept above the waist. It's been slow but steady progress; they're both being very careful and checking in often. Steve has learned to get better at not saying "are you sure?" when Bucky says he's okay with something, and just take him at his word.

Enter some sort of drug or sex pollen or whatever - it doesn't matter so long as it's just the two of them, no one with guns to their heads or anything. But Bucky will die unless they have penetrative sex, Bucky on bottom. Steve's been all about respecting boundaries, and he's torn up horribly, because either letting Bucky die or losing his trust are the worst possible choices. But it's Bucky who insists on going through with it, if Steve will help him, and Steve - well, he will always do his best to respect Bucky's choices.

Maybe the setting is in a lab or something, or maybe it's in the safety of their own bedroom, but either way Steve is constantly drawing Bucky's attention to him or his own body, assuring them there's no scientists standing around waiting their turn or just WATCHING and not helping him, it's just him and Steve there, and everything goes at his pace. The last thing either of them want is for Bucky to dissociate/get triggered. All my love for Bucky having to stop Steve a few times and get his bearings, chase away a bad memory or feeling before they go on. Mostly I'm looking for trust. Steve trusts Bucky to tell him when he is and isn't OK, and Bucky trusts Steve not to do anything he doesn't want and not to hurt him.

Re: Steve/Bucky, fuck or die after past noncon

(Anonymous) 2014-09-03 03:15 am (UTC)(link)
This is a beautiful prompt. Someone PLEASE write this.

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Steve/Bucky, minor role reversal

(Anonymous) 2014-09-03 06:24 am (UTC)(link)
POSSIBLE backstory: Ever since Steve woke up in the present, he's been off. He got through almost all of WW2 as mentally healthy as possible (safe from PTSD, etc), but the plane crash was something else. The thing is, he mostly wanted to die. He wanted to follow Bucky down into the cold. He was frightened as hell, yes, you can hear it in his voice when he asks Peggy to see him through those final moments. But he expected it would be quick and then it would be over. He was very wrong: for whatever reason, his freezing to death took hours at minimum, though if you can find a way to logic it up to days or even weeks that'd be wonderful. It was pitch dark, and it was cold, and he was utterly, utterly alone, terrified of dying but perhaps more terrified of not dying and staying in that Purgatory for, well...nearly a century. :D

No one really notices prior to TWS because Steve is a master at hiding it and really, really doesn't want anyone to find out. He comes from an era when eugenics was a thing, when PTSD was seen as a moral failing. (Even though he knows better now, I personally headcanon Steve as having a lot of internalized ableism.) No one, not a soul, not even Peggy, knows how long it took Steve to "die."

He eventually tells Bucky after they find him, while he's recovering, as a way of connecting: hey, I have ugly stuff too. After Bucky's in a relatively good and stable place again, he starts learning Steve's odd habits: he won't turn the lights off when he sleeps, he avoids cold air or water whenever he can, he will make any excuse not to get into a small space, etc. To him it's no different than making sure he was downwind of Steve when he smoked and stuff, and it actually helps him to know Steve goes through this shit too.

Anyway, the actual prompt: Steve gets triggered something awful. It's, like, a really bad one, but Bucky knows all the right things to do, just like when Steve had an asthma attack. It makes him feel good to be able to care for Steve again.

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(Anonymous) 2014-09-03 07:52 am (UTC)(link)
Oh wow yes please!

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Steve/Bucky, Bucky likes Tiny!Twinks and Steve is not one of them.

[identity profile] 2014-09-03 09:33 am (UTC)(link)
Pre CA:TFA and Post CA:TWS, Established relationship.

Bucky really loved his tiny!Steve. The way Steve's waist fits in his hands, the way he is fits perfectly under his arm. He is the perfect size and Bucky can easily carry him about and hold him up while he fucks into him.

When he meets Cap!Steve, he starts physically shying away from contact which Steve chocks up to his imprisonment and no privacy during the war.
After, the events of CA:TWS, Bucky comes to live with Steve, but is still physically distant, which Steve assumes is because of the trauma/guilt as Winter Soldier, even after Bucky slowly starts settling in the modern world.

That is, until, one day, Bucky shows up with a tiny!twink who could have passed for pre-serum!Steve.

Basically, I want something where Bucky is NOT completely okay with Steve's serumized!body for whatever reason and deals with it by shagging every tiny thing he can lay his hands on.

Happy Ending, where Bucky learns to love Steve as he is now, is preferred, but you could also go for Bucky/tiny!OMC sort-of-happy ending for max angst factor.

Re: Steve/Bucky, Bucky likes Tiny!Twinks and Steve is not one of them.

(Anonymous) 2014-09-03 10:51 am (UTC)(link)
Gosh, that's a headcanon of mine I try to keep secret even from myself because it's so damn heartbreaking. <3

Bucky hates something nice because Hydra

(Anonymous) 2014-09-03 05:30 pm (UTC)(link)
There's something pleasant that Bucky hates/is triggered by because Hydra used it as a reward for a good mission. Chocolate, alcohol, a certain song he used like, having his back rubbed, something like that. Your choice.

Re: Bucky hates something nice because Hydra

(Anonymous) 2014-09-06 02:42 pm (UTC)(link)
Ouch, but ouch yes!

Steve/Bucky, Undercover cops arrest each other

(Anonymous) 2014-09-03 09:56 pm (UTC)(link)
Officer Barnes, fresh out of the academy, outfitted as a slutty twink, comes across officer Rogers from the 107th precinct who’s been demoted for reckless behavior in an attempt to save another officer, forced into routine undercover work as a john.

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Steve/Bucky 50 Shades of Grey!AU (sort of)

(Anonymous) 2014-09-04 07:18 pm (UTC)(link)
So I just saw and even though I have never read 50 Shades of Grey nor do I want to, this video is seriously hot and I need fic like right now. I'm not gonna put any restrictions, just give me something hot based sort of off the video. It can be a scene or it can be a whole AU, whatever I don't care. It doesn't even have to be based off that book. I just want hot kinky Stucky fic (with possible d/s and/or dark undertones). cross posted from avengerkink

Fem!Steve/Any Fem!Steve as the Winter Soldier

(Anonymous) 2014-09-04 07:20 pm (UTC)(link)
Because my two biggest kinks when it comes to Avengers is fem!Steve and Winter Soldier!Steve and I've only seen one or two fics with both of them. Can be Fem!Steve/any character of any gender, or multiple characters, though I prefer Steve/Bucky. Since Fem!Steve is the WS, Bucky (or someone else from WWII *coughpeggycough*) should be Captain America in modern day with the Avengers. I would prefer a happy ending eventually, but I'm fine with as angsty as the filler wants to get in the mean time. Cross posted to Avengerkink and stevebucky-fest.

All about that bass

(Anonymous) 2014-09-04 07:21 pm (UTC)(link)
Since I have All about that bass by Meghan Trainor stuck in my head and there are like a million covers of it on youtube, I want to see the ladies of the Avengers (Natasha, Jane, Darcy, Pepper, Maria, Sharon, Sif, etc.) showing their pride in their bodies and making their own cover/video. Its probably Darcy's idea, but the rest of them have fun.

Bonus: Steve and/or Bucky and/or Bruce also end up in the video because they know what its like to have body image issues (Steve went from tiny, skinny, and sickly to muscles galore overnight. No one who loves their body signs up to be a test subject for a secret government project. Bucky had to get used to having a metal arm instead of a flesh one post-WS. And what part of the Other Guy doesn't scream body issues) and want to show their fans that its okay to be who they are. The rest of the male Avengers attempt to sneak in to the video with varying success rates.

Steve/Any Dark!Steve

(Anonymous) 2014-09-04 07:22 pm (UTC)(link)
I just want a CA:TWS AU where Steve is the head of hydra and has been for a while. Because there's not enough dark!steve out there. Idk how that changes things, I just want to see this. The only times I've seen similar, it's Steve leading Hydra against SHIELD. I want the whole Hydra-in-SHIELD plotline from TWS movie, along with other movie elements. I will accept any pairing, though my preferred pairing is Stucky.

Steve/Bucky, D/s, Bucky as dominant post-WS

(Anonymous) 2014-09-05 04:28 pm (UTC)(link)
Bucky has had to relearn how to have autonomy and control over his own life as part of his recovery from being the Winter Soldier, since he didn't have it for so long. He has to relearn how to understand and express what he wants, to do things for himself of his own initiative, etc.

As part of that process, he and Steve experiment with Bucky being in control during sex.

+10 for lots of talking during sex (Bucky verbalizing his desires)
+20 for orgasm control and/or manhandling with the metal arm

Please, no D/s AU - I want a more realistic and thoroughly consensual approach to D/s.

Re: Steve/Bucky, D/s, Bucky as dominant post-WS

(Anonymous) 2014-09-06 02:40 pm (UTC)(link)
Did someone say dirty talk...?
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Tesseract is the Space Gem, and nobody really died.

[personal profile] kesomon 2014-09-06 03:19 am (UTC)(link)
So the prevailing theory is that the Tesseract in the MCU is the Space Infinity Gem. Well if that's so, what if the power derived from it for Hydra's energy weapons means that anyone hit with it didn't disintegrate as thought, but instead were transported across time/space? Somewhere out there, there's a planet full of Hydra and Allied soldiers from WW2, not to mention the Red Skull.

I'd like to see this theory incorporated into a fic or two, whadya say?

Re: Tesseract is the Space Gem, and nobody really died.

(Anonymous) 2014-09-06 04:34 am (UTC)(link)
I'm like 50% sure that's actually going to be part of the plot for Cap 3.
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Highlander crossover, Immortal!Steve, first death: the Vita-Ray chamber

[personal profile] kesomon 2014-09-06 03:28 am (UTC)(link)
I'd like a Highlander crossover where Steve has always been a preimmortal. He dies his first death in the Vita-Ray chamber, before his quickening combines with the serum to revive him almost immediately. Lots of options to explore with this plot, if you ask me!
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Steve and the USO Girls - he's their adorable little brother

[personal profile] kesomon 2014-09-06 03:37 am (UTC)(link)
We've seen USO Orgy plot ideas but I'd like a bunch of fluff about Steve during his USO days fumbling over his lines and on stage and dealing with his social awkwardness, and how all the USO girls basically dote on and adopt him as a not-so-little brother. And maybe one day post-rescue Steve, Bucky and the Commandos meet up with the USO tour again and all the humor, disbelief, etc.

Steve is gay and Natasha likes messing with him

(Anonymous) 2014-09-06 11:24 pm (UTC)(link)
Natasha figured out Steve was gay after the first few times she tried to set him up with a woman. She keeps doing it because she finds his excuses funny and likes messing with him. He doesn't know she figured it out until he comes out to her, post-TWS.

(I wasn't the only one that laughed at him saying he was too busy to date, when he'd just said he didn't do anything over the weekend, right?)

Natasha & Steve friendship, preferably with a side of Steve/Bucky or Steve/Sam.

[FILL] Matchmaker | pre-Sam/Steve

(Anonymous) 2014-10-18 02:53 am (UTC)(link)
post-CA:tWS, one-sided Sam/Steve, mentions of Clint/Natasha

* * *

“What about Elizabeth?” Natasha asks. Her legs swing idly over the edge of the pier, but she isn’t the least bit concerned about falling in or losing her corndog.

“I’ve never been to England,” Steve replies, “but I hear she’s a great Queen.” He’s comfortable at her side, watching the sunset on the ocean. He’s missed Coney Island, but he wishes Bucky was feeling up to coming as well. As it is, he's holed up in the hotel watching bad sitcoms with Sam, more than likely.

Natasha smiles, punching Steve in the shoulder. “You know what I mean.”

Steve has to rake his brain, but none of the girls he knows come to mind. There’s a Lizzy, but she’s probably on the Hydra side and Steve’s not sure Natasha thinks he’s that desperate. Because he’s not. “I really don’t.”

“The girl who gave us our hotel keys?” Natasha says. She clears her throat and sits up straighter, pushing her chest out and twirling her red hair between her fingers. “Enjoy your stay. I can take you to a great coffee place and give you a hand job under the table.”

“Oh,” Steve says, making a face. “That’s rude,” he tells her, even if it’s not an entirely inaccurate description. He was too busy worrying about Bucky’s reaction to the stimuli of the day to give her much thought at the time.

If Steve was entirely honest, he very rarely notices any of the girls Natasha wants to hook him up with outside of what’s polite. He’s not sure if hasn’t noticed, or if she’s playing dumb. It’s hard to tell with Natasha.

“When will you stop trying to set me up?” Steve asks. He takes the last bite of his corndog and looks away from her, trying to avoid the coy smile on her face.

“Probably never,” she replies honestly. “Sam thinks you’re waiting for marriage and that no woman is ever going to compare to Agent Carter.”

“Why does everyone always assume I’m a virgin?” Steve asks with a frown.

“So you did have sex with Carter?” Natasha asks. Her face doesn’t exactly light up, but Steve’s known her long enough that she’s trying to lead him into a corner that he can’t back out of. He can see it in her eyes and he can feel the hairs prickle up on his arm.

“What about you and Clint?” Steve challenges.

Natasha just shrugs, and peels the cornbread off her corndog. She flicks it into the water and says, “That’s complicated. He’s an idiot.” She smiles softly. “But if anyone fucks with him, I’ll kill them.”

The way she says it – so matter of factly, with such a sweet smile on her face – makes Steve uncomfortable. He’s simultaneously terrified, and jealous of the fact he’s never felt that way about anyone, really. No one he was allowed to feel that way about.

No one besides Bucky and that's different. They're all each other had for as long as Steve can remember.

“I have a problem where I only fall in love with people who will never love me back,” Steve says. He doesn’t know why, because it sounds petty and spiteful, and he slumps his shoulders and stares out at the water.

“I think the Serum gave you everything but confidence,” Natasha says softly. “Or balls. Whichever.” She offers the last of her corndog to Steve, and when he declines it, she throws it into the ocean. Let the fishes feed on god knows what instead. “You’re an idiot.”

Sometimes Steve wonders why he opted to spend time with her today, instead of Bucky and Sam. Bucky might say shit to rile him up, but he can’t always control it. And Sam… Steve smiles when he thinks about Sam, because it’s the best he can do.

“I bet if you asked, whoever you wanted would bend over in a heartbeat,” Natasha says after a while.

“I don’t want mindless sex,” Steve says. “I’m not Tony.” He doesn’t mean it as a bad thing, but it’s true. He’s old fashioned, he gets it, but he’s not the virgin waiting for marriage everyone thinks he is. He’s just waiting for the right person.

It’s not Steve’s fault that person is Sam.

“Would you sleep with me, if I asked?” Steve asks. It’s the only thing he can think of to derail the train of thought, and he honestly wants to know. He knows she’s slept with Clint, and he’s heard the rumors about Coulson and Fury.

“Probably,” Natasha replies honestly. “But I wouldn’t be there when you woke up and I’m kind of hard to please. They call me the Black Widow for a reason.” She says it playfully, but a part of Steve is a little scared at the prospect. “Why, you interested in finally popping your cherry, Captain?”

“I’m not,” Steve starts, but gives up halfway through. People are going to think he’s a virgin until he’s either married or someone fakes a sex tape. He’s heard some of Peggy’s celebrity gossip. “I just don’t have any interest in women.”

Natasha makes a thoughtful noise, before leaning in and bumping Steve’s shoulder with her own. “Then it’s a pretty good thing Sam doesn’t either, wouldn’t you say?” She asks conspiringly.

Steve has no idea how to respond. He didn’t want his confession to be a big deal, but he certainly wasn’t expecting her answer. Bucky hadn’t been surprised when Steve told him, but that was a lifetime ago. Bucky loved Steve enough to want to keep him safe, to drag him on dates he didn’t want to go on so no one else would know his secret. Natasha – Steve doesn’t know what Natasha’s game is.

“Sam – “ Steve starts.

“Has a type,” Natasha says with a shrug. “And you definitely fit it.” She means Riley, Steve thinks, but he’s never really asked. He has a picture of Bucky in his duffel bag, Sam has every right to have a picture of his fallen brother in his own.

“I don’t think I want to have this conversation anymore,” Steve says. He doesn’t think he likes where it’s going. He doesn’t want her to tease him about Sam the same way she teases him about every female with a name that they’ve ever come across. He looks at his watch and clears his throat awkwardly. “We should get back to the hotel. Sam’s had Bucky for a few hours. He probably needs a break.”

“Good idea,” Natasha says. She pushes herself up gracefully, and brushes the dirt from her backside effortlessly. “I’ll take Bucky for pizza and you take Sam to bed.”

“Tasha!” Steve says, face flushing. “We’re not going to joke about this.”

Natasha leans in close enough to place a quick kiss on Steve’s forehead. “Then it’s a good thing I wasn’t joking.”

Steve isn’t sure what the hell he just got himself into, but he’s a hundred percent sure that he does not like it.

Re: [FILL] Matchmaker | pre-Sam/Steve

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Protective Bucky

(Anonymous) 2014-09-07 04:43 pm (UTC)(link)
(crossposted from stevebucky_fest)

Everyone remembers Tony's infamous "Everything special about you came from a bottle" line right?

How do you think Bucky would react if he ever heard something similar said to Steve while he is in the near vicinity?

+Bonus if you can involved Natasha and/or Sam in one way or another.
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Re: Protective Bucky

[personal profile] umiazuma89 2014-09-09 04:23 am (UTC)(link)
"Yo, Stark, heard you were talking shit!"
I want this xD

Steve, not-so-permanent injuries, medical stuff

(Anonymous) 2014-09-07 07:54 pm (UTC)(link)
Steve is injured and loses a (/or loses function in) a body part(s); it can be from relatively minor things as lost teeth or a finger up to more severe things like missing limbs or organ damage. (Pick any and all you fancy.) Point is, it's done, it's things that are obviously permanent, and those that might not have been show no sign of recovery even with the serum.
Whatever it is, the others set him up with the best they can do: artificial replacements, advanced prosthesises, transplants, nerve bypasses, etc as needed. Everything works fine as can be hoped, for a while.

Them Steve gets progressively worse discomfort and pain with the replacements, organ/nerve hyperfunction, etc. Oh shit, goes everyone, assuming the worst.

Turns out the symptoms were not indicators of rejection, failure, mechanical/medical error or miscalculation, or any other imagined scenarios. Steve's body simply is healing the damage despite the impossibility, working its way back to pre-injury state, and the regrowth is pushing up against the replacements, while overfunction or misfires stems from organs/nerves resuming to work in parallel with them. They just have to take the replacements out and leave it, or (e.g. with the bigger things that will take some time but can't or won't be missed in the meantime) switch them for something that doesn't obstruct his body's growth and then do so regularly to accomodate his recovery.

tl;dr: Steve receives permanent injuries, then according replacements for those. Only after a while they get problematic, and thus it turns out that Steve is actually regrowing new limbs, teeth, organs, etc. and overall healing back to factory settings.

Re: Steve, not-so-permanent injuries, medical stuff

(Anonymous) 2014-09-08 01:19 am (UTC)(link)
I read a fic a while back where Bucky grew back his arm (I think they'd been cutting it off again every time they unfroze him), which had a scene like that. If I find it I'll post a link.

Natasha/Clint, some Clint/Steve - Clint get revenge from the kiss in CATWS

(Anonymous) 2014-09-08 01:33 am (UTC)(link)
Clint hears about the kiss between Natasha and Steve during CATWS from Nat and he's super jealous ... of Nat.
Natasha -that asshole- keeps teasing him about how great it was kissing Captain America.
So Clint decides to get revenge, and decide to surprise-kiss Steve.
Of course he had to do this in public, where everyone within a ten-mile radius took pictures.

Steve/Bucky, body worship and emotional h/c, pre-serum, post-TWS

(Anonymous) 2014-09-09 05:23 am (UTC)(link)
One of the guys is feeling down on himself, and the other one shows him how gorgeous and loved every blessed inch of him is - times two.

Part one, pre-serum Steve is the one having issues and getting loved on. Decades later, Steve gets to return the favor with post-Winter Soldier Bucky.

Re: Steve/Bucky, body worship and emotional h/c, pre-serum, post-TWS

(Anonymous) 2014-09-09 06:00 am (UTC)(link)