Things I love about RDJ:His perfect smile.
Things I love about Tony Stark: His perfect smile.
Bruce doesn’t exactly hate the colour green, he just disprefers it. He currently has a rather reduced wardrobe (5 shirts, 3 pairs of slacks, 1 pair of jeans, 1 pair of pj pants, & various underthings). His green clothes are as follows: 1 pair of boxers & one of the slacks are a greenish tinted grey.
Bruce is ethically aware. I think we can all agree this is true what with him controlling the Hulk as he does. Well, Bruce extends this awareness to other areas of his life. It’s why he’s at Stark Industries working on clean energy in the first place. So what does this have to do with chicken and why only chicken? Why is he okay with the presumably beef tacos Loki’s gonna make?
Bruce did some research into animal farming because he is, as demonstrated, ethically aware and worried eating animals might actually be detrimental. He was fine with the conditions cows and pigs and fish were kept in, however. It was just the chickens. They weren’t being raised humanely, so Bruce stopped eating chicken meat. He also avoids chicken eggs as much as he possibly can.
There is an exception to this. Often Bruce buys eggs (and much more rarely, chicken) from local farms which he knows treat their animals humanely.
He watched the way Bruce had been so engulfed in his work. The way his eyes lit up with so much passion and dedication put a smile on Stark’s face. He watched from a short distance quietly, snacking on some fresh blueberries he’d gotten not too long ago. Stark’s eyes gave every inch of Bruce’s body a wanting stare but made sure he didn’t look too hard. The last time he stared at Bruce for a period of time caused his shirt to go up in flames after doing maintenance on one of his repulsor blasters. He’d hate to have another accident by the same problem as before. Or in this case, person.
While he wasn’t a master chef, Stark tried his hardest to please Bruce. Hopefully, the sandwiches he made would curb the man’s appetite as he worked. Once the first suit was finished, Stark approached Bruce from behind, holding out the small tray of sandwiches for him to take. “Didn’t know what you’d like, so I got you veggie sandwiches. I hope they’re okay?”
Bruce could feel Tony’s eyes on him as he worked. It brought a small smile to his face. He liked it when Tony watched as he worked. Well, unless he set him on fire. That had been a very close call with the Hulk. His eyes and skin had turned green before Bruce had calmed himself enough to get to the emergency shower. The care and cuddles afterward had been nice, but Bruce wasn’t really interested in repeating the experience.
Bruce finally finished off the first suit and stood back, admiring his work a moment. He was proud of how well he had worked. He turned to Tony, right as he came back with a plate. He grinned. “Veggie is fine.” He washes his hands before picking up a sandwich half, intending to eat it slowly, but scarfing it down. He looks embarrassed. “Thanks. I guess I didn’t realise how hungry I was. Am.” He takes another half before heading to the second suit.
The art of Iron Man — keyframe art by Ryan Meinerding
That makes me really hot, Robert Downey Jr.
Stop being so hot.
I can’t concentrate on any work this way.
Tony Stark. Visionary. Genius. American patriot. Even from an early age, the son of legendary weapons developer Howard Stark quickly stole the spotlight with his brilliant and unique mind. At age four, he built his first circuit board. At age six, his first engine. And at 17, he graduated summa cum laude from MIT.