It’s a last ditch effort to retain his sanity. That’s all it is - that and nothing more. It’s not like it means anything. It’s not like it matters. He just - it’s just - Darren doesn’t stop, he doesn’t stop talking. He’ll hop from subject to subject so fast Chris’s head spins and he’ll be on his phone but that’s not really a respite because he just talks over whoever called him and as soon as he hangs up his focus is back on Chris and Chris just -
He likes silence. Especially when he’s stressed and an elevator caught between floors thirty seven and thirty eight with no signs of moving is the epitome of a stressful situation to him. It’s not that he’s afraid of small spaces or heights - it’s just that whole slamming down from a great height while in a tiny enclosed metal box…
It’s stressful. Yeah.
It’s probably better that Darren’s there and he’s not alone. That’s what he tells himself as he watches his phone display change from 6:46 to 6:47. They’ve been in here for an hour now and there’s no way he’ll make his dinner meeting.
Oh well; it’s not like his stomach would tolerate food now anyway, all wrapped up in knots like it is. He’ll just hit the bar straight away.
Assuming they even make it out.
His chest goes tight and Darren is talking about guitar strings or something like that and Chris just can’t anymore. He understands that talking is probably Darren’s anxious tic when he’s feeling nervous but he can’t step outside of himself enough for that to even make a difference.
He hits his breaking point.
Moments after that, he turns and pushes Darren’s shoulders and he probably means to yell at him but Darren’s eyes go wet-wide and surprised and his words stop abruptly, leaving Chris staring at pink bitten lips with something that suddenly isn’t irritation at all.
"Shut up," Chris says, even though Darren isn’t saying anything at all anymore, and then he kisses Darren on the mouth.
Half an hour later, they step out of the elevator safely on the ground floor. Ashley’s waiting on him, giving him a big hug. Then she looks at Darren. “Dude, how are you even still alive?”
Darren shrugs and smirks a little. “We found a way to keep each other calm.”
accidentally picked the wrong seats in an airplane/theater au?
hugged the wrong person from behind au?
wrong person waved back au???
TOOK THE WRONG COFFEE ORDER AU
THE MAILMAN DELIVERED A WEIRD PACKAGE (sEX TOYSSS) TO THE WRON GHOUSE AU
WALKING INTO THE WRONG DORM ROOM AU
SAT DOWN IN THE WRONG CLASS AU
CALLED THE WRONG NUMBER AU
GOT INTO/WAVED AT THE WRONG CAR AU
TOOK THE WRONG LUGGAGE AU
How about all in one?
Summary: Kurt doesn’t really think he has a type until suddenly he meets the very embodiment of it, dressed in cheap polyester and with way too much gel in his hair.
A/N: Written for the klainebingo prompt “pining.” Yes, I finally remembered I have a bingo card!
College/waiters Klaine, ~3,200 words
He’s wiping down the counter at the mostly empty diner an hour into his night shift, when the boss emerges from the back, chattering away with someone Kurt has never seen before. Someone short, in a waiter’s uniform and a ridiculous amount of gel in his hair. Someone who apparently works here now.
Yesterday I was shopping and saw a mattress store next to a erotic store. One building, two stores, two doors.
The two stores belong to the same owner. The stores share the same stuff rooms.
Kurt works in the erotic store and Blaine in the mattress store. Both work there too earn some money during college.
Kurt acts all cookie and sexy to sell the things an erotic sells. But in reality he is single and had no luck with guys, he also a virgin. The gay store visitors always hits on him but he repulsed from their behavior and language.
Blaine starts several month after Kurt with his work. He finds Kurt very attractive and tries to hit on Kurt first. Kurt from then on is cold to Blaine.
Kurt actually finds Blaine very cute with his bowties and curls and how he tries to find the perfect comfy mattress for older people. How Blaine jumps with kids on the mattresses and our how he goes from goofy to perfect salesmen depending on the customer. Yes Kurt spies on Blaine through the door that lends to the backrooms.
Yadda yadda somehow they find together. (I don’t know how but they do)
And maybe someday they can role play at home about kinky sex in the mattress store.
i’m reading the spoilers for season six of glee and i’m just like..
Sue forced the rest of the Glee club newbies to transfer out of McKinley, Blaine is dating Dave, so much for Kitty’s character development.
The problem is
Character is a 3 syllable…
Character development is a foreign phrase from an ancient language in the Glee atmosphere.
amossussigan: 1st day back at Paramount and just bumped into Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, and Matthew Morrison at lunch. LA random things.
The very best way to end a rough day. <3 (For heyblaine, who penned this little puddle of adorable, oh my goodness.)
Gayweddingsinger!Darren and single!Chris
More and more of Chris friends, acquaintance, business partner get married. Chris is invited to all of them. He is single for several years now and had to watch how his friends fall in love and get married. He gets frustrated but doesn’t do much to change his live. He works constantly and spends his free time with his pets and watching TV shows.
One thing at those weddings remains the same, the wedding singer. Chris finds the guy cute but doesn’t do much more then small talk. Darren sees Chris at all those weddings. Chris is often accompanied by a woman and Darren thinks Chris is straight.
After failed attempts of flirting, lots of pinning and misunderstandings Chris and Darren finally find their way and happy ending with of course a wedding
Blaine takes a dare while tipsy. What could go terribly wrong suddenly goes wonderfully right.
took some silly liberties with “kissed them as a distraction while stealing their wallet au” from this post
Blaine Devon Anderson is a good, upstanding citizen. He pays his bills on time, he holds doors open for people behind him, and he even saved a cat stuck in a tree once. Unfortunately, even after just one drink, his internal decision-maker starts to go slightly haywire.
Usually, it’s not a problem. He doesn’t drink often, and when he does, he’s with friends who keep an eye on him and make sure he doesn’t do anything stupid. Like that one time he saw a guy subtly terrorizing some young women who were obviously not from the city and decided to solve the problem by punching him in the face. Sure, his intentions had been good, but he ended up getting knocked out in retaliation and was lucky not to be charged with anything. At least the girls were able to get out of that bar and, presumably, return to their hotel safely.
"Hey man, are you coming?"
jillypickle prompted: How about single dad Kurt meets single dad Blaine because their teenagers start dating?
“Okay tell me again. You’re going on what with who now?”
Audrey sighs like the weight of the world is draped across her narrow shoulders and pushes her broccoli around on her plate. “On a date. With a boy. I told you like, a million times Dad, god.”
“Okay, first let’s watch the tone,” Kurt says and she huffs, then stabs a broccoli with the tines of her fork. “Second, you are thirteen. Even if you were allowed to date, which you aren’t by the way because you are thirteen, where would you go? How would you get there? Bicycle? Razor Scooter to a romantic picnic under the monkey bars perhaps?”
She scowls and Kurt can’t help the teasing smile on his face. It’s too easy and she’s so cute when she’s pissed off at him. Well, sometimes. The door slamming isn’t his favorite.
“It’s not funny.” She takes a bite of food then looks up, big sad eyes and defeated posture and that does not bode well for his resolve. “He’s really nice and super polite and he said his dad would come and he even asked if I would accompany him to the movies like, who says that? He’s really cute Dad, all the girls in class think so. And Toby.”
“Well if Toby thinks so,” Kurt jokes again, but Audrey still looks put out so Kurt relents. “Okay. Get me his dad’s number and as long as he’s onboard and will be staying with you the entire time I’ll consider it.”
Rating: M for brief description of a blowjob
Word count: 1000~
Summary: Blaine forgets him and skank!Kurt’s three year anniversary, so he buys an apology kitten.
Blaine will admit it, he has fucked up. Kurt isn’t one to show emotions, in general. Ever since Blaine met him, years ago, behind the McKinley bleachers during cheerios practice, Blaine has known that Kurt’s air of nonchalance is his safeguard. Kurt strives to be enigmatic and above the fatuity of human emotions.
Early!Klaine, best friends since childhood AU, ~1,000 words
Kurt lets his head drop down onto his arms with a groan, squeezing his eyes shut. “I hate homework.” He’s on his belly on Blaine’s bed, Blaine on the carpet in front of him, the way they’ve been doing homework since first grade together.
Blaine blinks up at him from the floor, smiling softly. “I know you do.”
“Why am I so bad at this?”
Alone time is the road to happiness.
It pains me that only 14,000 people can honestly reblog this
Anonymous said: Klaine + “I wish you would notice me and maybe develop feelings for me.”
Klaine college roommates AU, ~2,600 words
The first thing Blaine decides he likes about college is his roommate.
Kurt is awesome. He’s smart and funny and kind and so stunningly, breathtakingly beautiful that every time Blaine tries talking to him, all that comes out of his mouth is either a garbled mess of unconnected sounds or something so idiotic he blushes all the way to the roots of his hair. But Kurt always just smiles at him, that cute, gentle smile of his, and walks away.