Sometimes stuckies just make me laugh
I just saw a gal on a TikTok comment saying that bucky only liked Sam in his captain america suit because it's a captain America suit and bucky had a crush on Steve who was captain America
And I'm just...
Like do you think bucky gets horny looking at the flag ?
Never ask Sargent Barnes to sing the national anthem people he might try to fuck the flag.
Bucky is not allowed outside his apartment on the 4th of July because he gets so horny for the red white and blue he might pass out
The worst part is that this stupid comment also implies that bucky was holding himself to not fuck John Walker
I mean if he closes his eyes a little and walker keep his mouth shut he could be a make believe Steve
This is so insulting to both sambucky and stucky
You are basically calling bucky a shallow dude who would look with love to anyone who just remind him of Steve without consider you know everything else
Like their friendship his friendship with Sam every memory and all
Nope just put in the uniform and Bucky is in love because he can't get over Steve Rogers
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Of all the parallels we've seen so far, I think this one best demonstrates the difference between John Walker and Steve Rogers.
Steve easily could have killed Tony at the end of Civil War. In fact, Tony seemed to expect it; he raised his hands to protect his head from what he probably thought was the inevitable.
But Steve wasn't like that. Even in the midst of pure rage, he could never kill someone unnecessarily- good moral standards were at the core of every decision he made, regardless of his own emotional state.
John Walker is different. When he gets angry, morality is not his priority because ultimately he isn't a man of the people, he's a man who centres his own desires, no matter the cost. He doesn't stop to question himself because his ego won't let him.
Where Steve Rogers was measured, John Walker is impulsive. Where Steve Rogers looked out for everyone's best interests, John Walker looks out for his own.
Where Steve Rogers showed self-restraint, John Walker takes the kill strike.
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