Flinx Christmas story! These will be little chapters, each about a Christmas time event.

DISCLAIMER: I do not own Teen Titans. I wish I did. I don't own the image for this either.


"Hey Jinxy…" Wally trailed, bouncing back and forth on the balls of his feet.

"What is it now?" Jinx asked, curled up on the sofa with a blanket as some doctor show played on television.

"Want to come with me to get a Christmas tree?" he asked tentatively.

"No thanks," she responded, not moving her gaze from the television.

Kid Flash smiled. "That was more rhetorical, Lucky. Get dressed. We'll leave in ten."

"But it takes me fifteen minutes just to do my hair!" Jinx protested.

"Twenty minutes then," Kid beamed. She had technically just agreed to go with him, whether she knew it or not.

"Fine," she sighed, throwing the blanket onto the floor and trudging into the bathroom.

Wally stared at his girlfriend as she walked by. She wasn't really dressed, just in one of his T-shirts and a pair of sweats. Her loose pink hair tumbled down her shoulders, almost pin straight. He didn't get why she had to get ready.

"Hey Jinx."

"What now?" she asked, turning to face him.

"You look beautiful."

She still wore that same expression, but something in her eyes softened. "Thanks," she said, turning back towards the hallway. "But I'm still changing."


"What about this one?"

Jinx shook her head. "Too big. How do you even expect to get this back to the apartment?"

"That's why I borrowed Uncle B's car, remember Lucky? We drove here."

"Whatever," she shook her head, pink horns perfectly styled. How did she manage to forget that?

"What about this one then?" he asked, speeding next to a nearby pine.

Jinx walked up to him, and it, studying the branches. She stared up the length of the tree. "How much?"

"Don't worry about that Jinxy, I've got it covered."

"But I feel like I'm robbing you, just living in your apartment and taking all your stuff for free." There was a second's pause before she realized what she just said.

"Jinx," Kid Flash said softly.

"Forget it," she snapped. "This one's fine. Can we go now?"

"No. Jinx, look at me," he commanded.

She turned to face him, but refused to meet his eyes.

"Jinx." He pulled her chin up with two fingers. "You're not taking anything from me. You're not a criminal anymore. You're helping saving the city, fighting the bad guys with me on a regular basis. There's nothing to worry about. We're a team. Got that?"

She nodded, still trying to avoid his eyes.

He stared at her for what felt like an eternity, before bending down and capturing her lips in his own. His hand still held up her chin, the other gently resting on her shoulder. She wrapped her arms around his neck and kissed back, two super-powered teenagers embracing under a Christmas tree.

He pulled away first, smiling like a mad man. "Alright?"

She nodded, pulling him into a hug. He wrapped his arms around her waist, pulling her tight against him. "I love you Wally."

"I love you too, Jinxy. And our new tree," he smiled into her hair.


And thus was the first day of Jinxmas. Let me know what you think! Too 'heavy'?