At the moment I'm mostly shipping ClintCoulson with some generic Marvel feels in there. Sometimes some of my old fandoms still get a look in as you never really leave a fandom, you just become less active in it but it's mostly Marvel.
Some undercover gigs are easier than others. Phil going undercover as Clint Barton’s husband is surprisingly one of the easiest gigs he’s ever had.
They fall into easy touches and finishing each others sentences like it’s their natural state of being, and it’s just as natural to sleep next to each other and wake up curled together… maybe they forget about this being an undercover gig and start believing the set up, and what’s more natural than a married couple to whisper each others names in the dark and kiss when there’s no one else to see it?
But the mission ends and home they go, to lives that don’t involve casual touches and kissing cheeks in passing.
there’s another undercover mission using the same cover identities, and as soon as they get into their hotel room the only logical thing to do is finish what got started last mission. They’re barely out of their clothes before they’re fucking, being so loud it sounds like they’re pretending.
it ought to be awkward but it’s not. it’s as easy as last time. Easier, even.
the mission ends and they go home again.
the thing is, phil’s fine with this, cause it’s a bad idea for an agent to be in a relationship, it would be too distracting and compromising. he’s fine with the weird set up he and Clint are in. he doesn’t think about the fact that fucking each other during an active mission doesn’t seem to affect their success rate. he doesn’t let himself think about how they’re both actually better when they’re attuned to one another’s bodies.
Clint asks if there are any more undercover missions coming up, and Phil privately wishes there were.
the notebook problem: you see a notebook. you want to buy the notebook. but you know you have like TEN OTHER NOTEBOOKS. most which are STILL EMPTY. you don’t need to notebook. you’re probably not gonna use the notebook anyway. what’s the point? DONT BUY THE NOTEBOOK. you buy the notebook.