Has anyone seen The O.C? Season four first episode where Ryan goes to that fight club because he’s so broken up over Marissa. If you haven’t, you should have because The O.C’s class.
Anyway my point was that gave me inspiration for this.
Blaine boxes obviously so I was thinking imagine if while Kurt was furious and heartbroken because of Mr Lighthouse boy, Blaine started going to this club where he always asks for huge opponents to fight because he knows he’ll lose and he feels like getting beaten up is the punishment he deserves for hurting Kurt.
It’s just a very angst drabble I guess, feat. Tina.
This hurts so bad right here because you know Blaine was ready to talk to someone. And honestly, who better than Finn? Finn has been cheated on—horribly. He was not only cheated by his girlfriend, but he was told he was the father of the baby, that any dreams of a future he might have were over, led to believe it for months, and then found out the baby was not only not his but also that the cheating had occurred with his best friend. Ouch. He got past it, though. Rebuilt his friendship with Puck, and even dated Quinn again.
So yeah, Blaine could have talked to Finn, I think. Ask him what he needed to do, if he thought Kurt would ever be able to forgive him. What did he have to do to make this right. But then, he’s interrupted and the moment is over and you see Blaine’s resignation in that third gif, like he realizes he’s just not allowed to talk. Not allowed to have someone give him the time to listen to what he needs to say.
And that fourth gif is just heartbreaking. It’s like he’s giving up. I find it interesting that he sits up in the corner of the back, and you never see him in the shot of the group after Finn takes a seat. The camera angle includes Finn, and all the rest of ND, but Blaine is not in the shot whatsoever throughout the discussion of Grease. I just have far too many feelings about that.
Inspired by the post going round that says “Blaine was never told he matters.”
This is Burt and Blaine bonding/arguing post The Break Up. It’s really angsty and references bullying and cheating.
this scene kills me
he’s so sad and he’s about to start crying
and Kurt has this new life in NY and he thinks he doesn’t fit in it
Five steps to winning back Kurt Hummel.
2,600 words approx.
I had to write something after last night didn’t I.
Just a little teenage dream (acoustic version) speculation. It’s quite sad. Blangsty. Enjoy.
Blaine spent all week learning how to play it. He was already a fairly accomplished piano player (like most kids, his parents had shoe horned him into piano lessons aged seven, unlike most kids, he actually enjoyed it and practiced regularly) but he’d always had to try hard at it, it had never come naturally like other things in his life.
However, after a lot of practicing, and a little help from Brad, who had picked it up in an embarrassing two minutes before kindly and without judgement helping Blaine, he had it down to almost perfection.
I added Cooper in because I wanted to. :)
So I always had this idea that Kurt would want to make sure Blaine would be ok without him, hence Kurt’s surprise. In which Kurt creates a little “don’t miss me too much” parcel for Blaine.
((Sorry if I got ages slightly wrong the American schooling system never fails to confuse the fuck out of me)). I hope you enjoy my attempt to fill this here prompt.
I may have taken this as a prompt…you basically inspired something in me with this, so thank you.
Blaine taking a stand against bullying as his stance during the senior class president debate.
I believe I can fly
TITLE: The Break Up
SUMMARY: Do I need to explain? What I think could/might maybe happen in some way shape or form in the story arc starting with the break up episode. What can I say, I turn my pain into writing. Angst. Lots of angst. And some fluff.
WORD COUNT: Nearer 4000 than I wanted. I originally wrote this as a script for an episode because RIB frustrate me that much but I turned it in to a story for here. So if it flows weirdly, that’s why.
RATING: T (sorry kids).