We met right here.
"[People Magazine] asked people to recreate scenes from famous movies in a photo. They asked Andy Samberg and I if we wanted to recreate a scene from a movie like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and we said that sounds great, but we’d rather do a scene from E.T. You might be like, “How could you and Andy do that; one of those is a child and one of those is an alien! Well, I feel like we nailed it.” - Seth Meyers
barry allen + looking so damn good with his mask off
"You’re not here. And neither am I."
Is it a banger? How many beats per minute? How many drops? How dope are the drops? Were any acoustic instruments used? If so, it is not a banger. I once accidentally downloaded a Lumineers song. I had to throw away my whole computer just to be safe.
Summary: Vampire Alternative Meeting AU; Blaine meets an attractive guy at a Halloween party dressed up as a vampire. Things get weirder from there.
They meet on Halloween night at a party.
It’s a party Sam is throwing and Blaine is pretty sure the even he doesn’t know half the people here, though that doesn’t seem to concern him at all. He’s chatting it up with a few pretty model types and Blaine is sort of wandering around the party, holding is glass of way too spiked red punch and trying to find one of their actual friends to talk with.
“That looks yummy.”
Blaine stops walking and turns toward the voice. It’s a guy, sitting in the lip of their window, feet on the fire escape. The black cape he’s wearing sort blows a bit in the nice fall breeze.
“The punch?” asks Blaine, holding his cup up.
The guy’s eyes sort of sparkle. He laughs. “Yeah, sure.”
Footage may only show one, but it was six guys. Look at the tracks: they’re all crossing each other. Six sets of footprints. Six guns stolen. We should be looking for a crew.
Pairings: Kurt/Blaine endgame, some Blaine/Sebastian, past Kurt/Adam,
Word Count: 100,000
Warnings: Major warning for depression, suicidal thoughts, and attempted suicide
Summary: Kurt is a little lost in his suddenly mundane life. The last thing he expects to come across on his walk home is a lone windblown figure perched on the wrong side of the railing on the edge of the bridge, poised and ready to jump.
In a split second, without even thinking about it, Kurt rushes to save him. With his arms wrapped around the waist of this total stranger, failing over and over to talk him down reasonably, he makes a desperate gamble. The man’s 25th birthday approaches, and Kurt bets that before then, he can prove that life is worth living. If he fails, the man will return to the bridge. If he doesn’t… well… neither of them predict what that might lead to.
So against the ticking of the clock, the two strangers embark on wild adventures, trying to find the best parts of being alive. Slowly, Kurt thinks that it might be working, and this man might be falling in love with his life again. But is that all that’s happening?
A/N: This story was inspired by a novel called “How to Fall in Love”. When I first read it, I was drawn to the idea of how perfectly the plot line would work as a Klaine fic. And since there were several aspects to the story that I really didn’t like (including some misogyny and a not entirely healthy relationship) I decided to try my hand at creating a new version of it, all centered around Kurt Hummel. This insanely long story follows along the same plot line, but I’ve rewritten it to become my own thing. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I’ve enjoyed
Links to the art and the story can be found under the cut!
Lea and Becca Tobin leaving Le Pain Quotidien restaurant (October 15, 2014)