A Party of Lovers

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




i fucking love whenever people are like “how would steve rogers react to the fact that people now curse and talk about sex?


he grew up as a poor orphan in Brooklyn and joined the fucking army i think he’s got that shit covered

Dude, you guys, he grew up…


the year is 2014 AD. the human race has existed for over 200,000 years. men still think women pee out of the vagina.

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Now what we’re gonna do, is try and fix the way you young agents relate to each other.

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If you wanna be my lover, please do not get with my friends.

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can you use the term, “i shit you not” in an english essay or is that unprofessional?

nonononono, never use “I” statements in formal essays.

One shits you not

Also acceptable: This author shits you not

It’s best to avoid the “general you.”
“One would not be considered shitted,” is probably the best way I could think to word it formally. 

(Source: tacoposey, via nerdycommunity)


Steve crying after Bucky fell…

Beautifully played by Chris. Crying in a quiet Steve Rogers way.

(Source: thorlokid, via pierogi-jarskie)






I thought you were more than just a shield.
Let’s see.

gabe and jacques teaching the other commandos, and possibly falsworth although the other two make fun of him a little for his English-public-school French that’s immaculately grammatically correct but conversationally stilted.

Steve probably can swear in at least five languages, and thanks to the serum enhancing his memory he probably is pretty fluent in at least French and German (and likely can yell, “Throw down your rifle, you son of a bitch” in Japanese).

That’s not even taking into account what he was exposed to as a child because I’m sure he can swear in Gaelic and probably (southern) Italian and Yiddish too. 

Yiddish, not a surprise - he was born on the Lower East Side and almost certainly had Jewish neighbors and friends (and is probably a complete New York snob about deli food).  Italian, possible if there were some red sauce restaurants in his area.  

Gaelic, though…wouldn’t his parents have come over around the time when the English were actively trying to suppress Irish language and culture?  And wouldn’t they have wanted their little boy to sound like an American, not a Mick fresh off the boat?  He might have picked up a few words or phrases, but I wonder if Steve is one of those first generation kids whose parents did their best to assimilate and refused to teach him the old ways, forcing him to reclaim some of it as an adult?

I mean, is there anything more American than exploring one’s roots?

(Source: hiddlesy)


additionally, I CANNOT GET OVER Steve’s fucking Sadness Errands that he keeps running around DC, like, his schedule literally goes

6 AM: jogging

7:15: unburden soul to total stranger, lacking better options

3 PM: visit own museum exhibit to stare at the Dead Best Friend Wall

4:30: attempt meaningful human connection with sole surviving contemporary; fail due to Alzheimer’s

6 PM: dinner for one

7 PM: contemplate own loneliness, probably

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"It’s Been a Long, Long Time" Harry James and his Orchestra, sung by Kitty Kallen

So, anyone who watched Captain America: The Winter Soldier may or may not have heard this song playing in Steve’s apartment. This song and this specific version has been in my top ten favorite Big Band songs for as long as I can remember. So to hear it in a Marvel movie made me geek out more than any SFX or Easter Eggs.

I had no one to share it with who would care, so here I am on Tumblr to vent out my nerdness for my favorite Avenger, Steve Rogers, and one of my favorite songs.

Listening to this song though….


by sam wilson (and sometimes natasha)

listen | download (contains two additional tracks)
eras: 1950s | 1960s | 1970s | 1980s | 1990s | 2000-2010 | 2010 - current

♪ at last | etta james
♪ runaway | del shannon
♪ stand by me | ben e king
♪ green onions | booker t and the mg’s
♪ come see about me | the supremes
♪ shake sugaree | elizabeth cotton
♪ a change is gonna come | sam cooke
♪ i’m waiting for the man | the velvet underground
♪ eleanor rigby | the beatles
♪ do you love me | the contours
♪ i hear a symphony | the supremes
♪ in my life | the beatles
♪ feeling good | nina simone
♪ papa’s got a brand new bag | james brown
♪ get ready | the temptations
♪ i heard it through the grapevine | marvin gaye
♪ hey jude | the beatles
♪ hold on i’m comin’ | sam and dave
♪ louie louie | the kingsmen
♪ love man | otis redding
♪ my girl | the temptations
♪ people get ready | the impressions
♪ ramble on | led zeppelin
♪ gimme shelter | the rolling stones
♪ respect | aretha franklin
♪ save the last dance for me | the drifters
♪ sittin’ on the dock of the bay | otis redding
♪ someday we’ll be together | the supremes
♪ space oddity | david bowie
♪ the monster mash | bobby pickett the
♪ thrill is gone | bb king
♪ then he kissed me | the crystals
♪ these boots are made for walkin’ | nancy sinatra
♪ tighten up | archie bell and the drells
♪ be my baby | the ronettes
♪ unchained melody | the righteous brothers
♪ waterloo sunset | the kinks
♪ river deep, mountain high | tina turner
♪ what is and should never be | led zeppelin
♪ will you still love me tomorrow | the shirelles
♪ abraham, martin and john | dion
♪ are you experienced | the jimi hendrix experience
♪ the weight | the band
♪ chain gang | sam cooke
♪ chain of fools | aretha franklin
♪ i want you back | the jackson 5
♪ cry to me | soloman burke
♪ somebody to love | jefferson airplane
♪ dance to the music | sly and the family stone
♪ fortunate son | creedence clearwater revival
♪ crosstown traffic | the jimi hendrix experience
♪ blowin’ in the wind | bob dylan
♪ what a wonderful world | louis armstrong

This may be the greatest thing I have seen out of this fandom.

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I love old science fiction because it’s all like “IT’S THE DISTANT YEAR TWO THOUSAND AND THREE AND MAN IS EXPLORING THE DEEP CORNERS OF THE UNIVERSE” like god bless you old sci-fi you had such high hopes for us

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