Kurt works in a coffee shop that Blaine, a poetry student from NYU, frequents.
When the bell above the door dings Kurt looks at the clock, his heart fluttering. It’s just a little after noon, which means that he’s back. Blaine. Kurt doesn’t know his last name, just knows that he’s a poetry student at NYU, that he looks adorable in bowties and even better in cardigans, and that he’s just barely a year older than Kurt. Kurt also knows that Blaine holds amazing conversations and has made him laugh more than his coworkers ever have.
Kurt fiddles with the machines, finishing up an order and calling out the name. The coffee shop is surprisingly empty for a Tuesday afternoon, just a few stragglers here and there, but Kurt won’t complain. With finals just around the corner the place gets hectic most days, full of harried college students taking a break from the Starbucks around the corner. As a NYADA student Kurt’s exams are more physical than mental, but he still knows exactly what the crunch feels like.
brookelipton: Love Is A Battlefield with these two sexy boys!!!!! @chriscolfer @DarrenCriss kickin ass!!!!
they were watching glee i’m laughing so hard
God fucking dammit glee
watch the hair wiggle
I swear to god, Kurt has this tiny little smile which says
“oh you silly, silly boy, I love you so much.”
glee 5.16 Tested
"I mean, sex isn’t the be-all, end-all."