They get a goldfish and they name him Loki, because they both have a terrible sense of humor (and plus, Chris says, it has Tom’s eyes). “Loki, how could you leave the sink in such disarray? A schedule for world domination can still fit an hour or two for dish washing,” like it was some unruly cat or house guest with unkempt table manners. They sometimes jokingly refer to the the fish as their “dirty little secret,” which leads both Evans and Renner to believe they’re harboring a dangerous wanted criminal, or worse, planning a devious on-set prank.
“Watchin’ you two,” Jeremy says, squinting his eyes and pointing two fingers at the both of them, as Evans bursts into laughter. Then the director yells, “Alright, everybody on set!” and they peel themselves away from the craft services table for another scene.
here is something silly i started writing and not sure whether i’ll continue writing it but was suddenly hit by a burst of inspiration unprecedented for a long time ok bye
(james moriarty is a little more than a man, little less than a ghost.)
“easy traitors”; modern breakup!AU
even with his eyes closed, he can see sasuke so clearly against the landscape of his mind.
it’s a disease, he says, muttering as he gropes for the half-empty bottle of vodka on his bedside, sharp and burning on his tongue to erase the memories. he flinches at the sunlight filtering through the window, squints, rubs his eyes with the back of his arm. it’s a new day, and he wishes from the bottom of his heart it wasn’t.