I remember when I thought people in their 20’s were adults. Now all of my friends are in their 20’s and everybody is just kind of fumbling around bumping into each other, trying to figure out where the free food is
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Steve makes a sound so orgasmic-sounding that even he blushes in surprise when it leaves his mouth. “Sam,” he says, sounding like he’s going to weep. “These omelets are amazing.”
Natasha, meanwhile, has already hoovered what’s on her plate and is stealthily reaching her fork towards what’s on Steve’s. He intercepts her with his butter knife and a glare.
"Thanks," Sam says, "It’s my mom’s recip-" he turns around from the stove to find Natasha and Steve doing all-out combat with cutlery over his dining room table. “Guys, I can make more.”
"Yes," Natasha says immediately. She flips her fork between her fingers and sets it down beside her plate. "Please." She adds, awkwardly.
"I think you missed your calling, Sam." Steve says, shoveling a large, cheesy bite into his mouth, arm snaked around his plate to keep it from Natasha. "You could’ve been a hell of a chef."
"What, and miss out on saving your asses every day?" Sam grins, cracking an egg into a bowl. "Nah, I’m just happy cooking for the people I love. Hey, maybe it’ll even land me a Mr. or Mrs. Wilson one day."
He turns around in time to catch the heated look exchanged between Steve and Natasha.
"Hey, hey, no more dinging up my silverware," Sam says.
"Oh," Natasha smirks, resting her fork against her bottom lip. "I think Steve and I just agreed to share."
please forgive me, sam
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Do you ever finish reading a fanfic and are just so fucking disappointed that the author chose to throw away 200k+ words of character development in the last fucking chapter by having the main character act OOC? “No, no, never mind this slightly-hopeful future we’ve been building towards, let’s go the doomed lovers route!”
Do you ever sit there with your laptop at 4am and see one of your favorite fics slowly turn into something you wish you’d never read? Like, what was the fucking point, man, if you were going to go down that road from the beginning. Why even bother dropping hints that you were going somewhere else with this? No, no, far better to head down to the crapsack ending you could have so easily avoided!
I. I just. I know reviewers have no say in how a story turns out, I know there’s no use throwing my disappointment at the author in question. That would just be mean. And obviously she saw it going down this route for far longer than I did— I just wish she’d been better at getting me to come along for the ride, instead of needlessly getting my hopes up and then dashing them to pieces quite so spectacularly. It is absolutely ridiculous to feel betrayed by a fanfic and yet that’s what I’m feeling.