You thought it would be funny to swap the Avenger's bodies. That was the kind of prankster you were. A genius scientist who really wants to win a prank war against Clint. That's who you are. "Guys I am so sorry. Who is who?" You frown, looking each avenger (and Coulson) up and down. "Oh my... I'm Captain America! Thank you! Ahh!" The person inside Cap's body said (that sounds dirty). "That's Coulson then. Tony..? Stop that right now!" You shout, looking at Nat. You could tell it was Tony because he was strutting his stuff in her suit. "Stark?! How do you fly this thing?!" Someone screamed from above you. Someone who could clearly not fly the Iron Man suit. "Steve?" Nat asked (well, Tony asked but Natsha said it). "No! I'm Steve. That's Bruce." Bruce's body sighed, pointing at the flying tin can above us. "Where's Clint and Nat?" You asked, looking around. "I. Can't. Hear. Anything." Nat whispered under her breath. She looked like Clint, but it was obviously her inside. "Oh yeah. I turned of the hearing aid cuz you guys wouldn't shut up earlier." Coulson (Clint) laughed, walking over to himself (this is confusing). He fiddled with the aid a little. "All done. Can you fix this, Y/N? I want my hair back. I didn't even get powers, like seriously... Nat and I should have swapped with Steve and Tony." Clint (looking like Coulson) moaned, pointing at the thin layer of hair on his head. "Yeah and I really want Tony to stop f*cking doing that." Nat complained, punching him in the shoulder. "Yeah sure, I will... After I get a video for Youtube."
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