thismakesmetearbend

stupidswampwitch:

masooood:

safeidgul:

Why can’t there be a male hooter’s equivalent where male servers are shirtless and highly sexualized for their bodies and looks

Male Strip clubs. You’re thinking of male strip clubs.

No. Not a male strip club. A strip club is a strip…

steverogersorbust

singelisilverslippers asked:

Natasha and Sam take it upon themselves to help Bucky and Steve adjust to twenty-first century semi-civilian life.

ifeelbetterer answered:

Natasha walks into Steve’s kitchen—through the window of course—and hears the tail end of a conversation about KFC.

"—I don’t think it had much to do with Kentucky," Steve was saying. "Though maybe it does? Maybe Kentucky means something different in the future?"

Bucky grunted in agreement.

"Steve, Steve, Steve," Natasha said, shaking her head. "If you need a tour of modern cuisine, all you had to do was ask. I could take you out."

"I don’t—Bucky asked—” Steve said.

Both of you,” she clarified. “Come on, let’s see how the fast food industry holds out against supersoldier stomachs.”

She was thrilled later when between them they finished that particular KFC’s daily supply of chicken.

***

"Natasha took you to a KFC?" Sam asked, appalled. "Man, you haven’t even tried sushi yet. Don’t go straight to the lowest common denominator, you hear what I’m saying?"

"Actually, I noticed that the prices at the KFC made a pretty large meal affordable even for—" said Steve.

"Yes, man, believe me, I know,” said Sam. “But this is your introduction to the future. We can do better than K fucking FC.”

"Yeah?" asked Bucky, leaning back in his chair, all challenge. "Can you do better?"

"Can I do better, he says," scoffed Sam. "Can I do—get your super asses up, we’re going for sushi."

***

Later, Bucky opened Steve’s fridge and there was still nothing.

"Where do you think we can convince them to take us next?" he called over his shoulder. "I’m hungry again."

"Let’s tell them we don’t know what a cheeseburger is," suggested Steve.

Exactly why I love my school. I won’t be who I am today if it wasn’t for my school. It’s sad that deaf schools are struggling nowadays due to more deaf students being mainstreamed in public schools. I know schools are pushing for inclusion in classrooms, but maybe it’s not the best option for everyone—especially us who are in a linguistic and cultural minority. How inclusive will schools be with us when we require different forms of communication? Something to think about.