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❤︎Ship Post: Clintasha❤︎

Hey hey hey! I’m starting a new category of posts, called Ship Posts! This idea was inspired by this blog: https://themarvelpost.wordpress.com (Which I don’t follow, but I borrowed this idea.) So, I’ll be posting my opinions on different ships. I made a new category for these posts, fyi. Also, this won’t be a daily thing, or a weekly thing, I’ll just do it when I feel like it. So, today on Ship Post we’ll be talking about my OTP, Clintasha.
Clint and Natasha



To start, Clintasha is the one name of the pairing of Clint Barton and Natasha Romanoff. Other ship names include: BlackHawk, Blackeye, Bartonoff, etc. Okay, they are basically canon. I mean, not technically, but it’s so implied. First of all, Natasha argues about going in on the mission, but when she hears that “Barton’s been compromised”, she’s all in. Later, she mentions Clint a few times, and checks his profile/stats thing on a SHIELD computer. Later she fights him, and they talk in a SHIELD recovery room. During their talk, you can tell that they love each other. If you don’t see love, I’m sure you can at least see that they care about each other, a lot. And later when they talk about Budapest, that implies that they’ve known each other pretty long, and they have had memorable missions and memories. What happened in Budapest? It is a question that has messed up fangirls(and fanboys). Although, I heard someone say that it wasn’t anything romantic. But it is still pretty interesting(because it may be romantic in the movie-verse), and there are a lot of fan fictions written about it. If you want to read Budapest fan fictions, check these links out. (Note: I have not read the works, and they may contain risky/questionable content. Or they may not be centered Budapest, but I tried to find ones that looked like they might be.)










Here is a link, the page tells you why Clintasha is a thing, and why you should ship it:


Here is another link by the same author:


To conclude, they are my OTP and I ship them so much!

I hope you enjoyed this post!