Summary: Tiny reaction ficlet to Blaine’s insecurities in tonight’s episode, Tested. Kind of a post-conversation conversation? Really just taking what Blaine and Kurt talked about at the end of the episode and continuing it to get a better resolution.
It isn’t until later that it really hits Kurt.
It’s after they’ve had their conversation, and after Kurt let Blaine cry on his shoulder, and after Kurt led them both back to the bedroom, and after Kurt peeled off Blaine’s clothes layer by layer, kissing his whole body and showing him just how much he’s loved, and after Kurt has made sure that Blaine is taken care of before he takes care of himself.
I don’t like the way I feel about myself, Kurt, okay?
I feel insecure around you.
I’m just scared that one day you’re going to wake up and say “I don’t love him anymore.”
And it’s that, combined with Blaine’s face when Kurt had brought up Eli earlier that week, that makes Kurt finally realize what’s going on with his fiancé.
I suddenly want Elliott to meet Cooper. Mostly because he’d just be like “if I thought Rachel and Kurt and Santana and Blaine were dramatic I was so wrong Cooper is the most dramatic person in the universe I’m so done with all of these people”
I couldn’t agree with you more, happy tourist family! I love New York! The culture! The diversity! Oh, the food! Lima’s idea of international cuisine is a Taco Bell and Breadstix, but in NYC, it’s a United Nations of restaurants! From Mexican to Mongolian, Hungarian to Honduran, Vietnamese to Viennese! And there’s always room in the tumtum for my newest obsession, cronuts! If a croissant and a donut made sweet, sweet love, their baby would be a cronut.
One is not like the other.
favourite friends episodes
• the one with the embryos
brooke_lipton: Love Is A Battlefield with these two sexy boys!!!! @hrhchriscolfer @darrencriss #glee #tested
Then one day you’re gonna wake up and realize that ‘I don’t love him anymore.’