it’s okay to hate a ship, even to hate a ship with a burning passion because that ship really fucking sucks, but making a hate blog for that ship or tagging your hate for that ship in the tag of that specific ship will make me hate you more than you hate that certain ship (◕‿◕)
anything you can ship, I can ship harder
I can ship anything harder than you
no you can’t
yes I can
no you can’t
yes I can
NO YOU CANT YOU FUCKING ASSHOLE
i ship them
I ship them harder.
The general consensus among the heroes, when it was found out, was what the hell. At first it was confusion, especially with Steve and Thor (because why would their fans have ships and canons that did not exist? Weren’t canons weapons?), they wondered if their fans were pirates. It led to some awkwardness, but like everything else that awkwardness led into stories brought up when they were all drinking so they could all laugh at it.
Like the time that Clint sat on Hulk’s shoulders while playing with/ braiding his hair, good thing that Bruce/Hulk were getting along with the archer.
Or the time when Tony, for the hell of it, decided to out of nowhere hug Steve. (Despite the protests - for five solid minutes before letting go - which at that point Steve had gone from being red in the face to hugging back)
And there was that one time where Natasha dipped Clint and proceeded to kiss his face off, in the middle of times square. Tony cat called until she threw a knife at him.
Oh, and the incident that shall not be named? That was when Thor was talked into dressing up in a wedding dress, veil and all, and meet Coulson (who was in suit and tie) at a social event, also known as the SHIELD company ball. In a twist of events, Loki showed up decided to take Coulson’s place as the groom. One of the weirder events.
The fans loved it and despite the fact that Fury tried to tell the to quit it and get back to work, these incidents still happened. Tony and Clint played it up, while Bruce and Steve just blushed and laughed later. Some consider it a team building exercise gone right.
Submitted by midnightmoonwarrior
reasons why people multiship
- they like a character and want to see how they act around certain other characters
- they like to explore different relationship dynamics
- they like to have different pairings to suit their mood
- it’s fun
- it’s a good character study
- more story/RP possibilities
not reasons why people multiship
- because they can’t make up their mind
- because they want to make the character a whore
- because they want to ruin your pairing
- because they hate you