polandballcomics:

Best advice: roll over and play dead Source: Source and comments

polandballcomics:

Best advice: roll over and play dead

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ginnymydear:

laryndawn:

senashenta:

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a+ for the last one

kitten-blainers:

I feel like people who really want to understand being british should watch Blackadder.

I mean

people seem to think

we’re this super polite country

who drinks tea and eats crumpets

and spend all our time worshiping the monarch

but really we’re all twats

who speak with so much sarcasm you’ve no idea what we’re saying

Also it’s the best show ever made and has rowan atkinson so it ain’t a bad watch either.

Okay I actually think this little scene is hella important. We all know HYDRA did all kinds of experiments on him before Steve found him. Who’s to say they didn’t experiment with wiping memories as well ? They probably already started all kinds of experiments related to the Winter Soldier on him.

See how Bucky’s rambling at the beginning ? It’s like he’s trying really hard to remember who he is. He keeps repeating numbers and his name like it’s something he remembers but he doesn’t know what it means, he doesn’t know it’s him.

Then when Steve shows up he doesn’t recognise him at first. It actually takes him a good couple of seconds before he remembers who Steve is. And with remembering Steve, he also remembers himself because Steve is part of him. I’m going to curl up under the blankets and cry myself to sleep now.

One additional little thing is that under the Geneva Convention, a prisoner of war only has to provide their captor with three pieces of information: name, rank, and ID number. Given what Bucky is saying here, it seems like he’s just mindlessly repeating those bits of information. No doubt this fits in as it’s him trying to cling to some form of identity, if Hydra was actually wiping his memory.

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