do you ever remember season 4 and like
I don’t know if this is intended as such, but reblogging this as a compliment. Tina’s Glee, as we’ve seen twice now, is wonderful.
"i’m not bitter" i say, bitterly, with a bitter expression
prompt: Blaine and his magic hands give Kurt a massage after work.
NC-17 for fingering and a happy ending~ ((and a brief cameo from Bruce))
"What’s this?" Kurt asks when he gets home from a long shift at the diner, eyebrows furrowing at the cushioned mat spread out on his bed. For a second he mistakes it for a body pillow and thinks that maybe Blaine has his own Bruce, but then he spots the basket of oils and lotions next to the bed.
"I know how much you love my backrubs," Blaine starts to say, and Kurt hums at the pleasant memories, the way Blaine’s hands always press so firm that Kurt just turns to putty under the touch, "so I thought I’d give you the full treatment this time. I know you must be sore from work and after… after the way you took care of me when I was insecure a couple of weeks ago, I figured I could return the favor."
Blaine shrugs like it’s nothing but Kurt’s eyes soften, hand reaching out to link their fingers together, squeezing. “Sex with you and your gorgeous body is never just a favor,” Kurt says slowly, surely, “but god, Blaine, a massage sounds amazing. Let me shower first?”
"Of course," Blaine replies, eyes sparkling when he leans in and gives Kurt a slow kiss before Kurt disappears to wash all traces of work away.
klaine au: based off this adorable marriage proposal. (it’s the second photo on the page)
Kurt and Blaine meet when Blaine moves into the city to go to NYADA for his freshman year. Their friendship is instant and they start dating only a few weeks after that. In Kurt’s senior year at NYADA and Blaine’s junior year, they decide that it’s time to get an apartment together.
"We’ve been together for nearly three years," says Blaine. "I think that step has come."
"And if it gets me out of Rachel’s space, I’m good," says Kurt.
So they look all summer and find the perfect place. It’s small, of course, but suits them just fine.
As soon as they move in, school really gets busy and so decorating (to Kurt’s dismay) falls to the wayside. They had already figured out what color they wanted to paint the walls in their living room, kitchen and bedroom. They even bought the paint, but every weekend seemed too busy to actually get to the act of painting.
This continues for a good month before Kurt has had it.