miss it now :: Steve/Tonymiss it nowmiss it now :: Steve/Tony3 years ago in Romance More Like This
It was hard to ignore all of the eyes on them when they went out. No matter where they went, there was always someone who stared at the two of them blatantly because that was Tony Stark and Captain America. The kids Steve didn't mind so much and he actually liked it when they nervously came over, asking questions or for an autograph or for a picture. That he didn't mind.
Nor did he mind the people who came up to them with tears in their eyes and wanting to thank them for something. The veterans were particularly nice too, Steve liked them.
The ones that bothered him were the ones that just stared at them with the same look in their eyes. It got worse when they were out together. They would just sit and stare, usually at Tony, with a look of greed in their eyes. More often than not, they wouldn't do anything, but some of them were braver than others and would make a pass.
But he'd grit his teeth and, very pleasantly, remind them that he was there too. Us
BravadoWith a large bravado sweep of his arm, Tony cleared the table's surface of scattered biochemistry equipment and scabby papers, sending them flying and clattering onto the lab's steel flooring and giving himself the space to lever himself up. He perched on the edge of the lab table, feet dangling aimlessly and now at Bruce's eye level, or perhaps several centimetres taller. The luminescent contraption in Tony's chest penetrated the cloth of his top: a navy opaque blue, easily mistaken for black. Bruce stood, head tilted to one side in a gesture of intrigue.Bravado3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Take a look," Tony urged, taking his shirt between his index finger and thumb.
Bruce squinted, the lights in the lab dull and radiating a confined cyan-white glow.
"But I can already see it," he said.
"No, I mean take a proper look," Tony reinforced, and began to tease his shirt up to his collar bone with fluid gracefulness, as though he had rehearsed before a mirror previously in preparation. "I know you want to, Banner. Come on!"