do you ever feel like you love a character more than their own writers do
- Do you see me as a father figure, Peralta?
- No. If anything, I see you as a “bother” figure, because you’re always bothering me.
I miss Kurt Hummel a really, really, lot. I just need him back on my TV screen, okay?
Q. How are you and your character in Glee similar? How are you different?
He’s superior, I’m sarcastic. He’s chic, I’m a geek. He’s fierce, I’m farce. He’s fashionable, I’m flammable. (*)
(Intense music playing in the background)
Jimmy took some time during the show to write his thank you notes!
Badboy!Blaine had never really paid much attention to Cheerio!Kurt. That is until his car breaks down and the cheerleader is the only one around to help.
"Shit. Shit, shit, shit."
The car had just stopped. That was the only way Blaine could explain it. He had the hood of the car up and he was staring at the engine but nothing seemed out of place to him. Mostly because he had no idea where anything was supposed to be.
Maybe he should have paid more attention when his dad had tried to explain these things to him. Too bad he had been too busy trying to make a point of not giving a shit.
"Do you need help?"
Blaine looked up from the engine to see that a car had pulled up behind him. He recognized the boy that was standing next to it to be Kurt Hummel, the Cheerio he had noticed because he was ridiculously hot but even though Blaine was out and proud, he had decided not to pursue the other boy as he was practically untouchable.
Written for Kelsey who is lovely and asked for “a bit of conflict with a sweet ending”.
I was feeling like college!Klaine, so here we go. :)
~2,100 words | [AO3]
“–and Anderson and Hummel. Alright, partner up, people!”
Blaine’s head snaps up from where he’s been staring at his notes without actually seeing anything. The professor has already turned her back on the class, and people around him are scrambling away from their seats to find their assigned partners, scripts in hand.