But just consider the following:
-Clint Barton’s hearing aids giving off feedback. “Aww, hearing aids…”
-Clint Barton forgetting to turn on his hearing aids for like half an hour after putting them in.
-Clint Barton turning his hearing aids on in the middle of a crowded…
This is so important!
I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared.
Don’t be me.
you are the homesickness that swells in my stomach,
no matter where in the world I am.
you are the crests and valleys of sound in my mother tongue,
which I speak well,
which I speak haltingly,
which I speak not at all.
you are every continent between me and
For Steve, when he accused her of fonduing with Howard, it was an off-the-cuff thing to him. He was making a gross generalisation and after finding out it’s just cheese and bread, he thinks nothing more of it.
Peggy, however, has probably been the target of generalisations from the first moment she set foot in an RAF base. Women who travel with the armed forces would no doubt have labels pinned on them of every kind, and ones relating to their gender and promiscuity were probably most common.
Steve was meant to be better than that. He learned before not to call her a dame, back in the days when a raised eyebrow was enough to make him back-pedal and apologise. But this time, he acted as if he was in the right. The look was no longer enough to warn him he was treading on thin ice.
He might have written off what he said, and figured she was okay. That’s why he smiles like everything is back to normal. And that’s why she has to make the point that no, Captain, you buggered things up, and you need to understand it.
That’s why she picks up the gun. That’s why she shoots at him. She gave him the chance to back up, to apologise for pretty much accusing her of sleeping around in front of a load of people, and when he didn’t, that was when she really got angry. It was nothing to do with him kissing another woman. It was all to do with disrespect.
When she lifted that gun and pulled that trigger, it was a warning that she’s not just ‘a dame’ and that he should never think of any woman in those terms.