We need to have a talk about this. This is unacceptable. How, I ask you, am I supposed to continue being a productive and functional human being when this gifset exists? I’d like to see someone about returning these emotions, I believe they are defective.
A dissatisfied customer.
… are those the same hat and jacket? I’m assuming they aren’t meant to be, but I’m being hard-pressed to find differences in them.
i’m certainly alright with the idea of out-of-it bucky going to steve’s bullet ridden apartment and stealing some of his clothes, aren’t you?
Bucky squatting at Steve’s place C:
Bucky being overwhelmed by scent memory, huddling under the jacket the first night, not because of the cold but because of the scent. Bucky pawing through Steve’s things, not sure if he’s looking for information on where his target might be or for information on Steve. Bucky eating food in the fridge when he gets hungry, first out of necessity and then he finds the cupboard where Steve keeps the snacks from the 30s/40s that are still around. Ritz, oreos, twinkies, and he doesn’t really get it, but he wants to open all the packages and eat a handful. It doesn’t strike his as something he should remember until he’s accidentally matched the frozen stew he found in the freezer (reheated) with graham crackers and the taste makes him think of laughter.
Bucky getting this sense of home, feeling like Steve’s things are his things. And there’s a pamphlet on the fridge of the Smithsonian exhibit, and he ignores it until the moment he’s flipping through Steve’s sketchbook (for the 5th time) and realizes that he knows that the two drawings on back to back pages are actually from different towns, and that he knows what was happening just out of sight. So he puts on his
Steve’s jacket, and his Steve’s hat and steps out the door for the first time in weeks.
SO YES I’M OK WITH THE IDEA