Kurt and Rachel were sitting at a table at The Lima Bean.
"So you said he comes this way at 3:30?" Rachel asked.
"Like clockwork. For his post rehearsal medium drip." Kurt answered.
"I just can't wait to lay one on him." She said, taking out some lip balm.
"I've got a bad feeling about this, Rachel." Kurt said, watching as she began to apply it.
"I mean, I don't want to be a scold, but I don't want you to get hurt either. There's no victory for me in this, either way."
"Who cares about you, buddy? I might get a new boyfriend out of this, who can keep up with me vocally, and in the future, give me vaguely Euroasian-looking children."
"There he is" Kurt said, and Rachel turned around to look at him.
"Dreamy as ever."
"Okay! Wish me luck!"
Kurt watched as she made her way to Blaine.
"Hey Rachel, what's going on?" Blaine said with a smile.
Rachel went straight for the kiss, and Kurt watched, sipping on his coffee.
She finally broke the kiss and looked at Blaine with hopeful eyes, waiting for his reaction.
He stared blankly ahead for a few seconds before he began to nod. "Huh.."
Rachel stared at him.
"Yup. I'm gay."
Kurt couldn't help but smile hearing this, and seeing Rachel's reaction.
"100% gay. Thank you so much for clearing that up for me, Rachel."
Rachel remained silent, her eyes growing wide,
"Listen, save my space in line will you? I gotta go hit the restroom." He said, before leaving.
Rachel watched him leave with a stunned look on her face.
Kurt walked up to her, dropping his smile before she turned around.
"That was hard, wasn't it?"
Rachel's eyes were wide. "Are you kidding? That was amazing. I am speechless!"
It was Kurt's turn to look shocked, he didn't understand this at all.
"I just had a relationship with a guy who turned out to be gay! That is song writing gold!" she exclaimed.
"Oh!" She said, grabbing Kurt's face and kissing him on the cheek.
"Okay! I have to go compose, but thank you, THANK YOU." She said excitedly, before running out of the coffee shop.
Kurt just stood there for a few moments, letting everything just sink in. He decided he would wait for Blaine, so he sat back down at the table.
He waited 10 minutes and Blaine still hadn't returned, so he decided to go and check on him.
He opened the door and he saw Blaine standing over the sink, splashing water on his face. He didn't really know what to say, they hadn't talked since their argument a few days before.
"Hey.." Kurt said slowly.
Blaine turned around to look at Kurt, his face was red, and it looked like he had been crying.
"Hey.." he answered softly.
Kurt stepped forward. "Blaine.."
Blaine shook his head. "Kurt, don't."
"I'm sorry. For what I said. For everything."
"You were angry, I get it."
"I shouldn't have said what I did."
"We all say things we don't mean Kurt. It's fine."
"Are you really over it?" Kurt pressed.
Blaine remained silent for a few seconds, but then he slowly shook his head.
"I'm so sorry.." he said softly, and Kurt saw the tears.
"Blaine, don't apologize."
"Kurt, listen. I've hurt you so many times. I jump to conclusions. I really don't know what I'm doing. First with Jeremiah, and now with Rachel. You have to stop giving me so much credit. I've messed up so many times, I'm surprised you don't hate me by now."
Kurt took his hand. "Blaine, I could never hate you." He began. "Sure, it wasn't easy seeing you kiss Rachel like that. I've accepted the fact that you don't see me as anything more than a friend."
"That's where you're wrong." Blaine said softly.
"I'm screwed up in the past, but I'm completely sure about this. I've been too stupid the past few months to realize the truth, but I'm in love with you, Kurt. I'm so sorry, and I really hope that you'll-"
"Shut up, Blaine!"
Blaine felt Kurt's soft lips against his own, and it felt so much better than when he kissed Rachel. This felt right. Kurt pulled away slowly, smiling at him.
Blaine licked his lips. "Mmm.. I'm definitely gay."
Kurt elbowed him.
"Let's go grab some coffee."