“My little boy David loves watching the Fantastic Four films, he especially loves Chris Evans and spends a lot of time playing at being Johnny Storm. (…) He’s got his walls covered with Johnny Storm pictures too and he knows all the lines. We were recently staying with my best friend Tom who lives in Manchester, England and found out that Chris Evans was coming to town. David was disappointed to find that we’d have already left before the film crew arrived so he sat down and made a card with some pictures for Chris Evans and wrote him a little note. (…) I wish I’d scanned it but I never thought. On the front he did a little picture of Johnny Storm flying across the sky and inside another picture of a scene from the first movie with some speech bubbles and he wrote a little note to Chris saying he was his favourite actor. His ‘uncle’ Tom promised he’d try to get it to Chris Evans for him.

Tom took the card to the film site but security was so tight that he couldn’t get near anyone so he left the card with a note saying who it was from and that he was sorry not to get to take a photo for David’s birthday which was soon. The security guy told him to write down his address and he’d try to find someone to pass it to but made no promises as everything was crazy. That was on Friday 24th Sept. The following morning Tom received a special ‘next day delivery’ from Chris Evans! In it was a brilliant photo of Chris holding up David’s little card, a birthday card with a message from Chris Evans, he’d also signed two BluRay DVD covers with a little message on each for David. On one it said ‘FLAME ON!’ and was signed and on the other it said ‘DREAM BIG, BUDDY’ and was also signed.” 

Bucky/Steve AU: It’s not the first time someone as high profile as the CEO of Cap, INC. has been robbed, and as Steve looks down at the jimmied open door, he’s not surprised. When Steve finds the intruder ransacking his apartment, part of him just wants to let the poor guy go with whatever he can carry. The burglar—Bucky is his name—is gaunt and pale and looks like he hasn’t seen daylight in months. “I work nights,” is what Bucky admits when Steve finally gets him talking. It’s when Bucky comes onto him that Steve realizes that he’s in over his head. “Come on, let me pay you back,” he murmurs into Steve’s ear. “I’m good. It’s what I do.” And, fuck: Steve’s human. Bucky’s mouth is warm and his hands are nimble. Steve allows a few moments of weakness before pushing Bucky away. “No. Not like this.” Bucky smirks. “Then like what?

Come at me. Every inch of me will resist you!