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serqeantbucky:

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"Shine my shoes"?! "Take out the trash"?!

Steve, seriously, punch him in the face. Punch him in the face *right now*.

And when you see him under the bridge, don’t look startled and say “Bucky?”, *punch him in the face again*!

i’m not sure if you’re serious about this but the shine my shoes take out the trash thing bucky says here is sarcasm and maybe an attempt to alleviate the mood and make steve smile after his mom’s funeral

and the last part of your comment i??????don’t understand????? why that would be necessary??????

Okay, maybe not punch him in the face during the course of Winter Soldier. Why kick him when he’s down?

But during the course of the first movie, I got a very strong sense that Bucky was quite a selfish, self-centred character. Sure, he loves Steve, but at the same time I get the feeling he doesn’t see Steve as his equal. He can’t believe a girl would look at Steve and not glance at him. He wasn’t malicious, he was just really full of himself. And for *that* he deserved a punch in the face.

Maybe he thought he was joking when he said ‘shine my shoes…’, but I think there’s an aspect there of him feeling deep down of Steve being a bit lower down the food chain than him. Steve may have dropped his shield and let Buck punch him, but would Buck even expect a reversal of those roles to be possible? No, I don’t think he would.

that is sort of how ca:tfa portrayed bucky, but the thing is, i’m just gonna reply with a big resounding no. because bucky isn’t selfish, he isn’t self-centered, in this flashback scene he is literally offering steve a place to stay at after steve’s mom just died. how is that anything even close to selfish or self-centered?

i’d like to know where you got the idea that bucky doesn’t think steve could get a girl to even pay attention to him. i mean, hello, the double date? the dialogue “what did you tell them about me” “only the good stuff”? that is bucky believing in steve, bucky thinking that steve is his ~equal, and bucky knowing deep, deep in his bones that steve is the best damn guy any dame, anyone can have and whoever pays him enough attention and get to know steve will be so wrong to let him go.

when you said he can’t believe a girl would look at steve and not glance at him, you’re taking a scene out of its context and very deeply misunderstanding it. i’m assuming you’re talking about the bar scene, with steve and peggy and bucky all in the same place, yeah? it’s not that he can’t believe a girl wouldn’t even glance at him, it’s because hE’S LITERALLY JUST BEEN BROUGHT BACK FROM BEING TORTURED AND PLAYED WITH BY EFFING HYDRA and his whole life has gone topsy-turvy and he absolutely needs his best friend, needs a solid grounding anchor point in the fucked up mess his life had become, but steve right then is flirting with a lady, someone who’s flirting back and someone who looks like she likes steve for steve, and bucky has the right to be a bit mean, a bit bitter, because wouldn’t you be? in that situation?

(also: “he was just really full of himself” PLEAS E IF YOU LOOKED LIKE THAT WOULDN’T YOU BE FULL OF YOURSELF TOO? what’s wrong with being confident??? NOBODY DESERVES A PUNCH IN THE FACE FOR BEING CONFIDENT, BUCKY KNOW’S HE’S HANDSOME, BUCKY KNOWS PEOPLE LIKE HIM, BUCKY KNOWS HOW TO PLAY HIS CARDS, WHY WOULD YOU EVEN SUGGEST PUNCHING HIM FOR THAT)

so anyway, yes, bucky was joking with the “shine my shoes” line; NO he doesn’t think steve is “lower down the food chain than him,” please stop casting bucky barnes as a bad person with a holier-than-thou attitude (i mean, yes, bucky has flaws, bucky sure as hell ain’t perfect, but he. is not. bad.); and yES BUCKY WOULD HAVE DROPPED THE SHIELD IF THEIR ROLES WERE REVERSED idk man did we watch the same movie or

and i know it’s your opinion, it’s how you headcanon bucky and how he thinks or how he is as a person, but then again, the above paragraphs are my opinions, and i’d have to say i disagree

I agree with you: Bucky isn’t a bad person. I don’t think I said he is. He does come across as a bit selfish though. This is just how I’ve interpreted the scenes/dialogue. I am looking forward to seeing how his character grows over the course of the next film.

I think I know what headcanon is - like backstory that you as a viewer make up? I don’t have any, I let the film makers give me that. I’ve just interpreted what I’ve seen on the screen.

I do like Bucky. I like that (as far as I can see) he started out arrogant and selfish, took a hit, became part of a team, was lost and is now (it appears, from the end of TWS) finding his way back to a possibly more selfless, self-aware place. He’s going through more of a transition than Steve did. The place he ends up could be, emotionally, very exciting and satisfying (but I just love redemption).

sorry, my last reply got a little out of hand. thanks for not taking the unintentionally flung out bait and exploding at me in turn, like i think i did. oops. everyone has their own interpretations of the movies and their characters, and it’s the differences between opinions that make fandom life a bit spicier. i won’t touch anymore on how you think bucky came across as selfish while i don’t. we’ll probably never see eye-to-eye on that, and it’s a agree-to-disagree situation here now. anyway, let’s all of us just get that much more excited over cap3, and hope to any supernaturally divine force out there that marvel gives us the best movie yet, in terms of charcterization. 

also: yes, that’s what a headcanon is. :))

Cap 3 Cap 3 Cap 3!! ::falls to the ground and twitches:: Yes.

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serqeantbucky:

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serqeantbucky:

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"Shine my shoes"?! "Take out the trash"?!

Steve, seriously, punch him in the face. Punch him in the face *right now*.

And when you see him under the bridge, don’t look startled and say “Bucky?”, *punch him in the face again*!

i’m not sure if you’re serious about this but the shine my shoes take out the trash thing bucky says here is sarcasm and maybe an attempt to alleviate the mood and make steve smile after his mom’s funeral

and the last part of your comment i??????don’t understand????? why that would be necessary??????

Okay, maybe not punch him in the face during the course of Winter Soldier. Why kick him when he’s down?

But during the course of the first movie, I got a very strong sense that Bucky was quite a selfish, self-centred character. Sure, he loves Steve, but at the same time I get the feeling he doesn’t see Steve as his equal. He can’t believe a girl would look at Steve and not glance at him. He wasn’t malicious, he was just really full of himself. And for *that* he deserved a punch in the face.

Maybe he thought he was joking when he said ‘shine my shoes…’, but I think there’s an aspect there of him feeling deep down of Steve being a bit lower down the food chain than him. Steve may have dropped his shield and let Buck punch him, but would Buck even expect a reversal of those roles to be possible? No, I don’t think he would.

that is sort of how ca:tfa portrayed bucky, but the thing is, i’m just gonna reply with a big resounding no. because bucky isn’t selfish, he isn’t self-centered, in this flashback scene he is literally offering steve a place to stay at after steve’s mom just died. how is that anything even close to selfish or self-centered?

i’d like to know where you got the idea that bucky doesn’t think steve could get a girl to even pay attention to him. i mean, hello, the double date? the dialogue “what did you tell them about me” “only the good stuff”? that is bucky believing in steve, bucky thinking that steve is his ~equal, and bucky knowing deep, deep in his bones that steve is the best damn guy any dame, anyone can have and whoever pays him enough attention and get to know steve will be so wrong to let him go.

when you said he can’t believe a girl would look at steve and not glance at him, you’re taking a scene out of its context and very deeply misunderstanding it. i’m assuming you’re talking about the bar scene, with steve and peggy and bucky all in the same place, yeah? it’s not that he can’t believe a girl wouldn’t even glance at him, it’s because hE’S LITERALLY JUST BEEN BROUGHT BACK FROM BEING TORTURED AND PLAYED WITH BY EFFING HYDRA and his whole life has gone topsy-turvy and he absolutely needs his best friend, needs a solid grounding anchor point in the fucked up mess his life had become, but steve right then is flirting with a lady, someone who’s flirting back and someone who looks like she likes steve for steve, and bucky has the right to be a bit mean, a bit bitter, because wouldn’t you be? in that situation?

(also: “he was just really full of himself” PLEAS E IF YOU LOOKED LIKE THAT WOULDN’T YOU BE FULL OF YOURSELF TOO? what’s wrong with being confident??? NOBODY DESERVES A PUNCH IN THE FACE FOR BEING CONFIDENT, BUCKY KNOW’S HE’S HANDSOME, BUCKY KNOWS PEOPLE LIKE HIM, BUCKY KNOWS HOW TO PLAY HIS CARDS, WHY WOULD YOU EVEN SUGGEST PUNCHING HIM FOR THAT)

so anyway, yes, bucky was joking with the “shine my shoes” line; NO he doesn’t think steve is “lower down the food chain than him,” please stop casting bucky barnes as a bad person with a holier-than-thou attitude (i mean, yes, bucky has flaws, bucky sure as hell ain’t perfect, but he. is not. bad.); and yES BUCKY WOULD HAVE DROPPED THE SHIELD IF THEIR ROLES WERE REVERSED idk man did we watch the same movie or

and i know it’s your opinion, it’s how you headcanon bucky and how he thinks or how he is as a person, but then again, the above paragraphs are my opinions, and i’d have to say i disagree

I agree with you: Bucky isn’t a bad person. I don’t think I said he is. He does come across as a bit selfish though. This is just how I’ve interpreted the scenes/dialogue. I am looking forward to seeing how his character grows over the course of the next film.

I think I know what headcanon is - like backstory that you as a viewer make up? I don’t have any, I let the film makers give me that. I’ve just interpreted what I’ve seen on the screen.

I do like Bucky. I like that (as far as I can see) he started out arrogant and selfish, took a hit, became part of a team, was lost and is now (it appears, from the end of TWS) finding his way back to a possibly more selfless, self-aware place. He’s going through more of a transition than Steve did. The place he ends up could be, emotionally, very exciting and satisfying (but I just love redemption).

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serqeantbucky:

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"Shine my shoes"?! "Take out the trash"?!

Steve, seriously, punch him in the face. Punch him in the face *right now*.

And when you see him under the bridge, don’t look startled and say “Bucky?”, *punch him in the face again*!

i’m not sure if you’re serious about this but the shine my shoes take out the trash thing bucky says here is sarcasm and maybe an attempt to alleviate the mood and make steve smile after his mom’s funeral

and the last part of your comment i??????don’t understand????? why that would be necessary??????

Okay, maybe not punch him in the face during the course of Winter Soldier. Why kick him when he’s down?

But during the course of the first movie, I got a very strong sense that Bucky was quite a selfish, self-centred character. Sure, he loves Steve, but at the same time I get the feeling he doesn’t see Steve as his equal. He can’t believe a girl would look at Steve and not glance at him. He wasn’t malicious, he was just really full of himself. And for *that* he deserved a punch in the face.

Maybe he thought he was joking when he said ‘shine my shoes…’, but I think there’s an aspect there of him feeling deep down of Steve being a bit lower down the food chain than him. Steve may have dropped his shield and let Buck punch him, but would Buck even expect a reversal of those roles to be possible? No, I don’t think he would.