Life Really Isn't This Dramatic
Kurt groaned in frustration, scooting his chair back and frantically searching the surface of his desk. He flung his arm across the table. Papers shifted around, all of Kurt's homework flying into the air and drifting gracefully down to the floor.
"Where is it?" he screamed, the stress of studying sawing at his patience levels. Blaine looked up from the bed, triangular eyebrows furrowed in worry.
"What's wrong?" Kurt whipped his head around, glaring at his boyfriend.
"DID YOU STEAL MY TEXTBOOK?" Blaine flinched, hands flying up defensively. Kurt was cranky.
"Uhh, no. I didn't. Here," he closed his own textbook, rising from the mattress and starting to help Kurt look for the green book. "I'll help you look for it. Where did you leave it last?"
"If I knew where I left it, it wouldn't be lost!" Blaine nodded hesitantly.
"You better be." Kurt mumbled under his breath. The curly haired teen sighed, walking over and wrapping his arms around his boyfriend's waist. He rested his chin on Kurt's shoulder, pecking him on the cheek.
"Calm down, babe, you're not going to get any work done if you're frustrated."
"How dare you!" Kurt screeched, yanking himself out of Blaine's grip. "Telling me to calm down! I've been working for six hours straight on a Saturday and you expect me to be calm?" Blaine's eyes wandered around the room for a split second before his sight landed on the biology textbook on the bed. He read the name on the nametag on the corner of the cover. Shit. "Ms. Morris gave us nineteen pages to read and study, AND I have to finish blocking Act 2 scene four of-"
A set of lips pressed up against his. Kurt melted into the kiss, his eyes closing and his heartbeat immediately settling down. Blaine broke away with a gasp, his eyes opening cautiously.
"You're adorable." Kurt blushed, turning away like he always did. Blaine took the opportunity to grab the textbook and bend down, pushing it under the bed. "Wait a second… What's this?" Kurt spun on his heels, looking down at Blaine as he pulled the book out and handed it to him. The paler boy squealed, tossing the book aside and throwing himself into a hug with Blaine.
"Thank you, thank you, thank you!" he grabbed the sides of Blaine's face, pulling him in for another kiss. "I'm so sorry I got mad at you earlier." Another peck on the cheek. Blaine smirked, both with mock sarcasm and his little secret.
"You better be."
Real Life Shot
Kurt looked up from his homework, glancing around at his desk.
"Hey, Blaine, have you seen my textbook?"
"Uhhhh… I don't think so." He looked under the pillow next to the pile of school books. Glancing down, he looked at his own textbook. "Wait… Is this it?" Kurt looked, smiling.
"Yeah, thanks." Blaine grabbed his backpack, pulling it onto the bed and taking out his own book.
"Sorry. I thought it was mine."
"S'okay. I still love you."
Okay. Just realized how much this story thingy sucks. Tell me if you actually think it's worth reading, and I might post more.
Bless your face. If you sneezed while reading this fanfiction, bless you. Peace off.