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katiecrenshaw:

I want to snuggle OVER HERE, Bucky!9X12 watercolor sketch on sketchbook paper
In a post, I mentioned that my little ratlet Toro, has taken  dragging my little ratlet, Bucky, around the cage by Bucky’s scruff. Bucky will be minding his own business and Toro will come up, push at him, and when Bucky refuses to move, nip Bucky’s scruff and haul him to some other part of the cage and then lay on him until they fall asleep.
I re-mention it here to explain this picture. 

katiecrenshaw:

I want to snuggle OVER HERE, Bucky!
9X12 watercolor sketch on sketchbook paper

In a post, I mentioned that my little ratlet Toro, has taken  dragging my little ratlet, Bucky, around the cage by Bucky’s scruff. Bucky will be minding his own business and Toro will come up, push at him, and when Bucky refuses to move, nip Bucky’s scruff and haul him to some other part of the cage and then lay on him until they fall asleep.

I re-mention it here to explain this picture. 

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For the ship Bucky/ Toro of course :)

dreamingangelwolf:

Aw, yay! Didn’t think I’d get asked this one :D (Sticking to my pyrography ‘verse, ‘cause it’s my most solid example of Winterspark.)

Who cooks:  Toro, because he’s home nearly all of the time - unless Bucky’s bought takeaway.

Who does the laundry and other chores:  Again, mainly Toro, but if Bucky has a day off he does his fair share to give him a break.

How many children do they have:  None; they’re pretty much still kids themselves.

Who’s more dominant: Bucky, though he doesn’t flaunt/abuse the fact. He knows what Toro likes and enjoys giving (Toro’ll reciprocate anyway).

Favorite nonsexual activity: Lazing in bed and listening to music (i.e. Frank Sinatra, courtesy of Jim. Bucky won’t admit that he likes the music, always claiming that he’s just indulging Toro).

Their favorite place to be together: Their attic above Jim and Steve’s shop. It’s theirs, and they have all the privacy they want.

Any traditions: Birthdays are always celebrated in the store, whether it’s Jim’s, Steve’s, Peggy’s, or one of theirs (and Namor’s, when they can convince him that yes it does need celebrating, and yes it has to be in the store). If it’s Bucky’s or Toro’s, they retreat upstairs early and celebrate in private.

Their “song”: They never intended to fall in love with Robbie Williams’ version of ‘Mack the Knife’, but after buying the CD for Toro and spectacularly failing to swing dance to it, neither can resist singing or dancing (solo) along to it.

What they do for each other on holidays: In summer, Bucky can be persuaded to pose for Toro’s pyrographs, and in winter, Toro makes sure the bed is always as warm as possible because Bucky hates the cold. 

Where did they go for their honeymoon: They’re not married, but Toro knows how desperate Bucky is to go to the Grand Canyon.

Where did they first meet: Jim and Steve’s art shop. Toro had just taken up residence in the attic, and Jim suggested Bucky share the space after he left school. After a week of Bucky coming to the shop to get to know Jim and Toro, it was clear they were going to be great friends.

Any pets: No. Toro once tried to adopt a stray cat, but it was having none of that.

What do they fight over: Bucky overworking himself. Money may be tight when Toro doesn’t have a commission, but that doesn’t mean Bucky has to work so hard he can barely stand when he comes back.

Do they go on vacations, if so where: To the beach mainly. They’ve never thought about travelling far and wide - day trips are all they can realistically manage.

Thanks!

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Diamonds Not Necessary

dreamingangelwolf:

Every now and again, the town’s tiny little media shop would decide to host an open-air cinema screening at the park to raise a bit of cash. Toro had seen the posters and adverts but never had the urge to go - in fact, it was Jim’s fault that he ended up going to see Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, something Bucky found inexplicably funny until Toro held up the second ticket.

(Jim Hammond’s practically child-like excitement combined with Toro Raymond’s puppy eyes is a powerful force, frequently underestimated, rarely ineffective.)

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