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Things to know about me: Pride and Prejudice is my favorite book, The Wizard of Oz has always been my favorite movie, Les Miserables is my favorite Broadway show, and I don't remember life before Harry Potter. My main ships are: Kurt/Blaine (Glee); Will/Sonny (Days of Our Lives); Luke/Reid (As the World Turns); Ron/Hermione (Harry Potter); and basically every ship from Buffy and Angel.
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The Klaine Advent Drabble Challenge: Day 11
Kurt stays inside Blaine for a short while after he comes, coming down from his orgasm and waiting until Blaine’s too sensitive to have Kurt in him anymore and pushes Kurt gently away. Blaine does so and Kurt obliges, kissing his fiancé’s neck while pulling out, before going to get a damp washcloth and some clothes. Blaine loves to be still handcuffed to the bed whilst Kurt wipes the cloth over him, watching in awe at the lazy dribble of his cum out of Blaine’s hole.
'Get me out,' Blaine finally says, as Kurt puts the washcloth away.
Kurt smiles and kisses him again, before going to their bed and rummaging around in the covers where he had thrown the key. He frowns slightly when he can’t find it, shaking the duvet out and looking under the bed.
'Kurt?' Blaine asks, starting to feel a panic wash over him. 'Where's the key?'
'It must be here somewhere…somewhere in here,' Kurt mumbles, still turning the room upside down as he searches for it.
'Kurt?' Blaine asks, getting his fiancés attention. 'Did you leave the window open?'
Kurt looks at the window next to their bed, wide open. Having the small apartment they had, the bed had gone next to the wall and they had decided the window at least gave them some direct fresh air.
Kurt doesn’t answer but mumbles ‘oh my god,’ blushing bright red with Blaine.
Somewhere, on the new york streets below, is the key to Blaine’s handcuffs.
5x07 episode reaction (Kurt/Blaine, 1k-ish)
"So I have a suggestion," Blaine says as soon as Kurt answers the phone, not even pausing for an actual greeting. It’s morning, that space of a few minutes in which they’re able to grab each other for conversation as Kurt gets ready for the day and Blaine drives to school. "A proposition, if you will."
“… I’m listening.” Kurt’s voice is terse, but it’s only the lingering remnants of disappointment and a reaction to being reminded of it. That’s really what it was to begin with - maybe a little anger, but only over Blaine’s timing. Finding out that he wasn’t coming at all literally as Kurt had been looking toward the door for him was a letdown at a time he didn’t need that kind of distraction.
"Plant Life" - Owl City
prompted by roblaine
I’ve been longing for
Daisies to push through the floor
And I wish plant life
Would grow all around me
So I won’t feel dead anymore
In retrospect, their story doesn’t start with anything amazing.
A group of kids standing outside of Blaine’s house as he watches from the window. One of them will come in, he knows, because one always does. They’ll come in, they’ll get scared, and they’ll leave. And it will just be Blaine and his house again, just like it’s always been.
So he watches, like he always does, as the crowd grows loud and rallies until someone is pinched off the group and urged forward. It’s a boy, a beautiful boy, and he’s shaking as he walks closer.
Blaine knows he’ll run, just like all of the others.
Maybe that’s where their story gets amazing. Because Blaine is a ghost, and when the boy, Kurt, looks straight at him, he doesn’t run away.
what to do when you are dead: a comprehensive guide to your afterlife—after his car careens over a bridge Kurt finds himself stuck on earth as he watches Blaine slowly fall apart without him. based around this (and I strongly suggest listening while reading or listening before).
The piece of paper is frayed and worn thin in places where fingerprints have smeared the ink into blue-black bruises. Fold lines cross like rivers and roads on the page like a map, cutting words into half and crinkling some illegibly in others. Unsure hands shake as the note is pulled from a back pocket for the thousandth time—for the last time. There has been careful work put into this small piece of paper; careful, attentive consideration put into every word. This has to mean everything, the universe, all of the words failed to be said over the past few years.
Another tear slips from Kurt’s eye as he stands over the bed. He looks at Blaine’s peaceful, sleeping form, reaches out a hand to stroke back loose hair fallen over his forehead; Blaine sighs, shifts, and his lips move up into something like a ghost of a smile. Kurt knows this is for the best, knows all the pain he’s caused Blaine and knows that it needs to stop before it balloons into something greater and irrevocable.
(Though it could be argued that what he’s about to do is so much worse.)
Anonymous asked: Thank you so much for your wonderful, beautiful ABC verse. It's helping me get through finals <3 For a prompt, I would love something in which Burt meets Blaine first and sets them up! Or just anything involving a lot of Burt!
Hope this counts!
Rebel Rebel (Risky Business) :
Burt Hummel likes to think that he’s a pretty decent dad, at least most of the time. He did what he could without knowing what the hell he was doing and he thinks he did an okay job of it. Parenting is tough: setting boundaries, enforcing bedtimes, making sure your kid eats enough green vegetables. Those first eight years were hard because he and his wife, just like every other first-time parents out there, had no idea how to raise a kid. And the years after that, those were hard because he was going it alone.
But he still thinks he did an okay job of it.
And Kurt, he’s a pretty decent kid, Burt knows that. He’s on the honor roll. He’s a cheerleader. He respects curfew and he’s got a good work ethic. Sure, he acts like an entitled teenager sometimes but what kid doesn’t? Burt’s proud of him and he knows his son is going places.
So when his son starts dating Blaine Anderson, all Burt can think is Where the hell did I go wrong?
The infamous kid that blew up the middle school bathroom — two bathrooms, actually — is dating his son.
Anonymous asked: can i prompt for something for Nerds do IT better?
Anonymous asked you:can you write more for nerds do it better or paging doctor anderson
Nerds Do I.T. Better (Numbers Game) :
On the first day of December, the HR department sends an email about the holiday party in two weeks. Blaine immediately hits reply and cheerfully submits an RSVP for just himself, no Plus One necessary. He’s already got a date, someone sitting in the basement of the building probably reading the very same email.
Two weeks later, though, on the Friday before the party, HR sends a reminder email to everyone with the suggested attire, the menu, seating arrangements and a See You Tomorrow Nite! in bright red 100 point Comic Sans —
Blaine deletes it with narrowed eyes and an angry click of the mouse.
foxp45 asked: Can you write more in the Paging Dr. Anderson lifetime? Maybe something from Kurt's POV? the whole story is *fantastic,* btw. only of my favorites.
Paging Doctor Anderson (Paper & String) :
It’s not like Kurt ever forgets he’s dating a doctor. He’s reminded of it all the time, anytime he gets beautifully arranged bouquets of expensive flowers after an opening night performance or whenever Blaine takes him to a restaurant and buys a bottle of wine that probably costs more than what Kurt makes in a week.
He doesn’t ever forget it per se but sometimes it’s more like he remembers it all over again. When Blaine comes home some nights, quieter than normal and maybe a little sad, Kurt remembers, Oh I’m dating a doctor. One that still takes it a little hard when he loses someone in the ER or has to give bad news to a parent or a child or a wife.
Blaine thinks Kurt loves the perks that come along with dating a rich doctor (and okay, yeah, naturally) but it’s not actually about that for him. Kurt mostly just loves being in love with a doctor.
imawhat asked: would love something for A! Maybe a peek at their life together after the apocalypse. (If that is something you would want to reveal from that story i know that's always something people wanna see when it's left open and it can be a bit ugh and i'm rambling now ohboy.)
I love rambling; rambling’s my favorite.
Apocalypse Now (Apocalypse After) :
So yeah, Blaine’s a waiter.
The government takes care of the zombie thing, the world recovers and rebounds, and people return to normal. Sure, people like Blaine, the heroes that fought bravely, the ones that really made a difference in the lives of the people around them — they’re honored and revered and there’s an international outpouring of gratitude.
For like a month.
But people are fickle creatures and eventually, those brave heroes are forgotten in lieu of Survivor: Season 130. No one needs resistance leaders fighting a zombie army once there’s no zombie army.
But the world needs waiters.