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It came one day as a surprise.
He woke up, all his limbs tangled with Peter’s on his narrow cot, his neck was hurting from the position, and he thought, I want to wake up like that forever.
It was stupid. There was no such thing. Certainly not for him.
But the thought stayed, treacherous, and returned when Tony expected it least.
Peter smiled at him on an alien planet, and Tony wanted to see him smiling forever. Peter grabbed his hand as they went through the streets of Knowhere, and Tony never wanted to let go. Peter gave him a cup of coffee after they got up, and Tony found himself smiling at the man and not the beverage.
This was when he knew it was serious.
He’d lost everything. There was nothing else he could risk.
“I love you,” he said one day.
Peter smiled at him, and said the words back.
They kissed, and then Peter grinned, mischievous. “And I knew it, dumbass.”
This too he wanted forever.
Ages ago, shaliara sent me a prompt. It had to do with drinking.
Steve and Tony were dancing when Tony leant in and kissed him, slowly.
Steve – Steve really wished they weren’t in public right now.
Except, moment later Tony pushed him away, wild look in his eyes, and started backing off, looking absolutely lost.
Carol was a bit surprised when Tony offered to her a place with the Guardians. Not by the act, no, this was very him, but by the way he spoke about Peter.
Soft, full of wonder, warm.
The way he spoke of Steve, only without the guilt that always was there in Tony’s eyes these days. Carol didn’t know where it came from, but it was undeniable. With Peter, there was just warm smiles and clearly pleasant memories.
I hate everyone that has seen/is seeing/ will see gotg
Tony walked in the living room. He held himself very straight and his face was a carefully emotionless mask, but Steve could see he was fuming.
"What happened?" Steve asked.
Tony stopped, turned to look at him and took in a steadying breath. “I told you someone wanted to make an Avengers movie.”
He had. It was weird, to think of people wanting to make their lives into entertainment — but the cartoon, Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, was harmless enough, and Tony made sure that the majority of income from all such projects went to charity, so Steve thought it was all right.
Bruce, sitting in the corner, raised his head. “Another one?”
"Why, it is only normal people want to hear stories of the adventures," Thor said.
Tony looked at Bruce and something flickered on his face. Steve raised his eyebrows. “Tony?”
"I broke the negotiations," he said, very calmly.
It happened. It didn’t explain how furious he was. Steve wanted to ask, but then Tony continued, “They wanted to make it without Jan.”
There was a moment of silence, and then Steve punched the coffee table so hard it broke, a thunderstorm started outside out of nowhere and the Hulk broke loose.
There was no Avengers without Jan.
Where’s that post about “we are not influenced by the MCU when we take decisions for marvel NOW” when you need it