Tony Stark shook his head as he made his way into the Local jail trying to withhold an eye roll.
"What can I do for you, Mr. Stark?" The receptionist asked.
"Yes, I'm here to collect my children." Tony sarcastically says, sometimes he felt like the two were his kids and sometimes this infuriated him to no end. Who knew The Winter Soldier and The Black Widow would cause so much trouble? A few moments later Natasha Romanoff and Bucky Barnes were uncuffed and released to Tony.
"How could you two possibly get into this much trouble in one day?" Tony looked at them.
"It didn't take us the whole day." Natasha objects, with an embarrassed frown.
"Yeah probably like...ten minutes." Bucky agreed, looking rather proud of himself.
"We're supposed to protect the public, not be them. I don't even want to know what you did." Tony mutters.
"It was James's idea! I was just along for the ride." Natasha says with a shrug.
"She really just threw me under the bus like that." The Winter Soldier scowled at his girlfriend.
"I don't care who did what." Tony announced as the three walked into the main room of The Avengers Tower.
"What'd you two do?" Wanda smirked, rising from the couch.
"Just a little race. I guess things got out of hand when Tasha claimed she won, we started fighting on the sidewalk and got arrested for disorderly conduct. Complete bullshit if you ask me." Bucky crossed his arms.
"Play fighting or you guys playing Russian Assassins?" Steve Rogers rose one blonde brow.
"A little bit of both." The couple admitted.
"Why don't you two lovebirds stay here for a bit? Stay out of trouble." Tony rolled his eyes.
"Where are you going?" Natasha wonderded.
"Hey badasses." Clint Barton greets both with a smirk.
"Yeah, a thousand times more badass than you." Natasha smirked back at her best friend.
"Hey, I'm the most badass out of everyone here!" Clint argued.
"While everyone figures that out i'm going home. Let's try to get along and actually behave tomorrow. Can I get one day?" Tony mutters.
"We're superheroes , we don't get days off." Steve reminded him.
"You're the one talking about behaving? Tony, please." Steve looked at him.
"Everybody's a critic."