↳Round 3, prompt → the moon
*sees there’s a queer relationship on a show* *starts watching that show*
“I canna wear this. I’m not a MacKenzie. Do ye know my motto, lass? My clan’s, I mean.”
“No. I don’t even know what clan you’re from.”
“Je suis prest.”
Je suis prest. I am ready. But ready for what?
as far as Dean/Cas goes the only verse swap fic that’s completed i know is The Mirror (cloudyjenn also started writing another one on her tumblr a year or so ago but it remains unfinished since)
but if you’re into inception fic there’s this GREAT Arthur/Eames fic!!!!
the only thing i love more than the “seeing our alternate selves making out” trope is the “swap universes with alternate self” trope
like Dean as we know him now gets sent to an au where Cas and him have been together for years, and that Dean gets sent back here to a Cas who has no idea wtf is going on
and there’s PINING and ANGST and REVELATIONS and it’s all a very juicy two for one otp extravaganza
adds “we just caught our alternate universe selves making out and now everything is super awkward” to list of shipping tropes that need to be implemented everywhere
Cas + Caffeine + Cuteness = A good start for any day~
(this is one of my soon-to-be-made phonecharm-designs >u<)
Headcanons about how Natasha Romanoff is a massive dork
- A lot of Natasha’s mysterious reputation around SHIELD stems from the fact that she sometimes doesn’t know how to end a conversation so she’ll dive away Batman style when the other person’s back is turned.
- Whenever Natasha walks into a room, she immediately ranks everyone in it from most to least threatening, then favorite to least favorite. For the second list, no one can match Tony’s ability to go from a respectable placing to dead last in the span of one sentence.
- She’ll watch any movie with “shark” in the title, provided the movie is also objectively terrible.
- Natasha loves emojis.
- Natasha genuinely enjoyed spending time with Pepper while investigating Tony, but once her mission was over, Natasha immediately disappeared to avoid the awkwardness of the “so hey, I was undercover and everything I told you about myself was a lie” conversation. Then Maria starts working at Stark Industries and arranges power lunches that seem a lot like the three women getting mimosas and complaining about their day, and now Natasha and Pepper have a standing dinner date every time they’re in the same city.
- She changes her hair so often for the novel joy of being able to choose what she looks like. Natasha has liked all her hairstyles, except that one perm which we don’t talk about or acknowledge existed, Clint, don’t you dare show those pictures to Steve.
- She knows it’s childish, but Natasha identifies to an uncomfortable degree with any robot character who seems to be programmed to experience emotion, especially if the humans around them doubt the robot really feels anything. (It’s not like she’s written anything down about it, she’s not that sad, but for the past decade Natasha has been working on this version of Blade Runner where it’s this replicant who’s the hero, and she ends up escaping Earth and heads off to explore alien planets with a mech-shark she stole from the Tyrell Corporation, it sounds dumb but it’s actually very exciting and oh god, Natasha is that sad.)
- Once Natasha left her phone on Sam’s kitchen table. When she came back two minutes later, Sam and Steve had managed to take eighty-two selfies. She kept them all. It’s embarrassing how happy they make her.
- But it’s more embarrassing to Sam and Steve when Natasha shows the selfies to Maria and Pepper at lunch, and that makes Natasha pretty happy too.