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sirsquidfish-thefirst:

Do you think that when Steve Rogers sneezes, one of the Avengers goes up to him and whispers, “God Bless America”
Then Steve fucking looks at them like this
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thunderboltsortofapenny:

omg I didn’t realize that, I love this scene 100x more now

#okay but the movie is literal perfection when you realize#95% of the time he still thinks he’s little bitty shit!steve#but yeah no THIS SCENE IN PARTICULAR#also we don’t see the fight because its probably laughable#Steve still trying to stop punches with his goddamn face#only it works this time#aLSO THOSE TWO SECONDS BEFORE HE SEES THE GUARDS#HE’S ALL LIKE#’FUCK YEAH THREE POINT LANDI—oh fuck’ (tags via bluandorange)

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WOOED THE WORD YOU’RE LOOKING FOR IS WOOED

GUESS WHOSE TAGS ARE TOTALLY GETTING REBLOGGED

Star-struck Interviewer: “You must miss the good old days.”

Steve Rogers: “I grew up in a tenement slum. Rats, lice, bedbugs, one shared bathroom per floor with a bucket of water to flush, cast iron coal-burning stove for cooking and heat. Oh, and coal deliveries - and milk deliveries, if you could get it - were by horse-drawn cart. One summer I saw a workhorse collapse in the heat, and the driver started beating it with a stick to make it get up. We threw bricks at the guy until he ran away. Me and Bucky and our friends used to steal potatoes or apples from the shops. We’d stick them in tin cans with some hot ashes, tie the cans to some twine, and then swing ‘em around as long as we could to get the ashes really hot. Then we’d eat the potato. And there were the block fights. You don’t know what a block fight was? That’s when the Irish or German kids who lived on one block and the Jewish or Russian kids who lived on the next block would all get together into one big mob of ethnic violence and beat the crap out of each other. One time I tore a post out of a fence and used it on a Dutch kid who’d called Bucky a Mick. Smacked him in the head with the nails.”

Interviewer: “LET’S TALK ABOUT THE INTERNET.”

Steve Rogers: “I love cat pictures.”

(Many biographical details are taken from Streetwise, either from Jack Kirby’s autobiographical story or Nick Cardy’s contribution: http://twomorrows.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=52&products_id=513 )

it got better

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gingerhaze:

I got you some Buff Girl Cap and Bucky ok

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buckyupbaby:

So you wanna be a hero, kid? Well, whoop-dee-do.

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everybodyilovedies:

Captain America: The Fighting Avenger answers the real questions for you this 4th of July.

this comic was so important

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potofsoup:

Happy Birthday, Steve!

I seriously sat down to draw a cute picture of Steve with some cake and fireworks and maybe a bald eagle wearing a Captain America hat.  But then I started thinking about how selfless Steve is, and that probably he wouldn’t really enjoy a big celebration.  Also that one of the things I appreciate about him as Captain America, is that he doesn’t really buy into the propaganda of America — he cares a lot about America the people, and not necessarily all the blind patriotism and fireworks aspects of July 4th.

So a cute celebratory doodle turned into this monstrosity.

(Sorry about the crappiness of the artwork, though — I just wanted it out of my system, so didn’t look up how to draw anyone properly, and I basically used preset colors.)

At least there’s still a bald eagle.

I’m sorry I keep reblogging piles of Steve Rogers related stuff today, but people keep making amazing things. This wonderful comic is unsurprisingly and delightfully by the talented and thoughtful @potofsoup , and it shows in a nutshell why I, a Black girl and an immigrant, adore the MCU’s Captain America so much.

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imperialmog:

The 4th of July, its the day that people put American flags outside their homes expecting a visit from Captain America who arrives in a sleigh powered by eight bald eagles giving fireworks, who then goes and has his birthday party.

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