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prompt: Blaine and his magic hands give Kurt a massage after work.
NC-17 for fingering and a happy ending~ ((and a brief cameo from Bruce))

"What’s this?" Kurt asks when he gets home from a long shift at the diner, eyebrows furrowing at the cushioned mat spread out on his bed. For a second he mistakes it for a body pillow and thinks that maybe Blaine has his own Bruce, but then he spots the basket of oils and lotions next to the bed.

"I know how much you love my backrubs," Blaine starts to say, and Kurt hums at the pleasant memories, the way Blaine’s hands always press so firm that Kurt just turns to putty under the touch, "so I thought I’d give you the full treatment this time. I know you must be sore from work and after… after the way you took care of me when I was insecure a couple of weeks ago, I figured I could return the favor."

Blaine shrugs like it’s nothing but Kurt’s eyes soften, hand reaching out to link their fingers together, squeezing. “Sex with you and your gorgeous body is never just a favor,” Kurt says slowly, surely, “but god, Blaine, a massage sounds amazing. Let me shower first?”

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lotoflivingtodo:

typac:

no thank you

GOOD FUCKING BYE TO THAT

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THIS IS WHAT EVIL LOOKS LIKE

And since apparently I’m not the only one talking about the end of Glee tonight, I just wanted to add that while this is hardly my first fandom, it’s the first one where I’ve been still active in the fandom for the series end. In fact, SGA is the only TV fandom I’ve been in where I actually finished the show, but I was mostly distracted by other fandoms by the time that ended. 

It’s perhaps too early for this kind of looking back over the past few years of Glee, seeing as we still have another year to go, but I’m already missing Glee in a physical kind of way. Before Glee, fandom was something I did on a computer. It was virtual and distant. Friendships were shallow and short-lived, usually not lasting past my interest in the show. I participated somewhat—occasionally joined discussions in forum threads or in the LJ communities, made a few fanvids, a few LJ icons—but mostly I was a lurker (a term I haven’t seen used in fandom in quite some time actually).

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Original Cast: Our Craziest Moments | GLEE

I love New York. There’s no where on earth quite like it. There’s no place so alive with endless worlds of possibility. Every time you step outside, you find yourself on an adventure you never could have predicted. Sure, you might get hit by a bus or stop for perogies and end up being human trafficked by a Russian mob, but you just might also find love.

*writes passive aggressive post*

*saves post to drafts*

*still feels passive aggressive so makes post about saving a passive aggressive post to her drafts*

(Just looked it up and the episode I couldn’t remember was Sweet Dreams. Also the episode order was: Feud, Guilty Pleasures, Shooting Star, Sweet Dreams, and Lights Out.)

The weird things my brain does when it’s bored. This morning I ended up challenging myself to name every episode of Glee, in order, without looking anything up. This is basically the results (and I still haven’t looked anything up yet).

Season 1 was a total failure. I got most of the back half, but it was too long ago and I wasn’t really in the fandom back then so everything just kind of runs together. I remember the titles of my favorite episodes and generally where they fell in the season lineup, but can’t remember a good half of the episode titles. I could probably tell you what happened in an episode if you told me it’s title, but I just wasn’t paying attention back then.

Season 2 was a piece of cake. I had a brief moment where I couldn’t remember if Comeback was before or after BIOTA, but other than that, I nailed it!

Season 3 was a little more challenging, but I still got it. Mostly struggled with episode order, but the titles were easy.

Season 4 was…yeah. I had to work around the episodes I definitely knew, constantly asking myself “What the hell happened between this big Kurt/Klaine moment and that one?” I got through Boys (and Girls) on Film and yeah…giant blank between that and the last two episodes. What the hell happened between Boys (and Girls) on Film and Wonder-ful? Like I remember Guilty Pleasures and what happened in it, but was that the next episode after Boy (and Girls) on Film? And then I know Shooting Star and Lights Out (or was it Lights Off?) were episode titles but I don’t remember which episodes they were. I think Lights Out was 4.20 but I’m not positive? And just complete blanks with the other two titles, and my attempts to remember what happened to figure them out pretty much just end with “there was that catfishing storyline and Brody was a prostitute and Rachel broke up with him.”

Like did anything really happen in that five episode stretch or was it really that much a waste of my time?

Wait! Just remembered Cheerio!Blaine. (How could I forget that?) So Guilty Pleasures, Feud, Shooting Star, Lights Out, and one more episode in there somewhere? Basically most of the last quarter of season 4 was such a waste of time and entirely forgettable to me. (Other than Blaine in the Cheerio uniform and that workout number; I want to remember those parts.)

Then Season 5 was just a matter of working backwards through this season. So that was easy.

And I don’t really have a point to this, mostly just wanted to express my continued annoyance with season 4, I guess. And also I wasted an hour of my day on this today, so I might was well share. Though I should just title this “D’s Bored, Ignore Her.”



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