A Party of Lovers

petite fast-talking dame. creative connoisseur of lowbrow humour. 26. UK.

embarrassmental:

narcotic:

what if people named their kids when they turn 18 so the kid has a name that fits its personality

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Chronically ill Steve Rogers

non-binary-bucky:

(The images in this should be collapsed to begin with because, well, one of them is a plate of raw meat that Steve is presumably eating for breakfast. The last image is a gif. Contains discussion of illness, treatments, ableism and eugenics. I should point out first that I don’t have any of…

All of the above is valid, but nothing in the physical appearances of the actors (Evans & Leander, the  body double), appear to indicate scoliosis. Though we don’t get a good view of Steve’s back, wouldn’t one shoulder seem typically higher than the other in a scoliosis patient? I’ve noticed a few  discrepancies in Steve’s medical history before and perhaps this inconsistency is just something to chalk up to error on the props department’s part.    

historicallyaccuratesteve:


How to kiss properly - 1942 Life Magazine

I have a sneaking suspicion Steve really took these to heart.

historicallyaccuratesteve:

How to kiss properly - 1942 Life Magazine

I have a sneaking suspicion Steve really took these to heart.

(Source: retrogasm)

Bucky Barnes and dating in the 40's.

buckycamehome:

So, wow. Yeah. Another one of those “I’ve been reading a lot of.. and.. (insert my opinion here).”

So, yes, I keep reading about Bucky as the ladies man: all sexed up and such. It’s a bit baffling to me, as this is a very modern way of thinking. Dating - or courtship - was very different in the…

http://archwrites.tumblr.com/post/93146581639/bluandorange-no-but-seriously-look-at-steves

ellidfics:

bluandorange:

no but seriously

look at Steve’s face after Erskine says “good becomes great, bad becomes worse.”

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THAT IS NOT THE FACE OF A MAN THINKING ABOUT ALL HIS GOOD QUALITIES

That is a man taking stock of every single moral deficiency in his character and immediately…

He’s thinking of every single time he’s failed to do the right thing, every time he’s walked away from a fight or a bully, every single time he’s skived off his homework or been mean or lazy or let someone else take the blame.

For reference: the date on the newspaper is difficult to read, but it’s possibly Monday, March 19, 1945. Therefore, Steve went down sometime in early 1945.  

For reference: the date on the newspaper is difficult to read, but it’s possibly Monday, March 19, 1945. Therefore, Steve went down sometime in early 1945.  

sameoldsshhbutadifferentday:

Best gif set of Prince George

ispeakineloquently:

fudgeflies:

i wonder what’s happening right now over at hogwarts

probably education since harry doesn’t go there anymore

(Source: dissolvorays)

amuseoffyre:

bitchesaloud:

thehufflepuffwholeaptthroughtime:

holmesfan:

tin-pan-ali:

area 51 is just the american wizarding school

aliens is a perfect cover story

hOLY SHIT

 (via thestarlesswanderer)

(via the-red-in-our-ledgers)

aquariantides:

adulthood is just an endless stream of phone calls you don’t want to make but have to

heliolisk:

so many potatoes in the world are waiting for me to eat them

Protestant Steve Rogers v. Catholic Steve Rogers and why that matters

historicallyaccuratesteve:

[I’ve been sitting on this post for about three weeks, trying to decide if I wanted to make it or not. I’ve finally decided it’s time to put it out there, so.]

This essay was originally going to be added to this post about Steve’s dog-tags, but I apparently…

That One Time I Saw Chris Evans’ Back Sweat, and also, Neuroscience

drop-deaddream:

So a week or so ago when I was on the east coast, in a moment of extreme weakness, I went to see the Avengers exhibit at Times Square. It was awesome, I somehow charmed a really sweet employee — ahem, operative — into giving me their rad as hell SHIELD beret, I bought Ellen like sixteen souvenirs (okay, two) — but that is not what I’m here about. (Ask me about the Cap t-shirt I got. Please. Oh my god. Ask me.) 

What I’m here about is, unsurprisingly, the Captain America portion of exhibit.

The experience is immersive, all set up so you feel like you’re in SHIELD archives or the like. The Cap section includes the VitaRay (complete with a cameo by the salt stains from, you guessed it, Chris Evans’ back sweat), the rescuing-Bucky leather jacket, some seriously exclusive trading cards I Coulson’d all over, the Avengers uniform, and, endearingly, a section where you can test your strength against Steve’s. There’s also a little portion by the VitaRay that explains the changes Steve’s brain went through after they administered the serum. Being the massive bag of science trash that I am, this is where I spent most of my time.

The info graphic basically told me what we already know: that the serum enhances everything you had going for you before. So Steve’s brain is smarter and faster, the neurons have a longer life span, the hippocampus — that’s your memory storage — is nice and healthy; whatever. But then they said that the part of Steve’s brain that increased the most in mass and synaptogenesis was the amygdala. And I promptly lost all control over my feelings. 

Cut bc this is about to get really gnarly. It’s science time, kiddos.

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