All Blaine wants is to find a nice, reasonably attractive, twentysomething gay guy who will laugh at most of his jokes and hold his hand sometimes and not make fun of his sweater vests. Is that really so much to ask? AU, PG-13, ~13,500 words. [AO3]

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The End Of All Things" By Panic! at the Disco

"I recorded ‘The End of All Things’ right before I married my now wife," Urie said. "We had no vows publicly, so I wrote her this song and told her, ‘This is how I see our relationship.’…There are three chords on piano and my voice. It’s really simple and really pretty.”



lol my first drabble in months what up

summary: blaine is a regular at the diner kurt works in and for the first time, orders something a little different 

When Kurt sees him walk in the door way, the bell above the door ringing, he jots down his usual order and submits it to the kitchen before he even sits down at the counter. After he submits it he grabs the freshest coffee pot and walks over to Blaine, pouring it into his mug as Blaine opens the menu. 

"How are you doing this morning?" asks Kurt, keeping his voice light. He usually has to fake his happy tone to customers, but never with Blaine.

Blaine looks up and a big smile bursts over his face. “Hi, Kurt,” he says. “I’m doing pretty well. I have the day off today, so I slept in a bit.”

"I was wondering why you weren’t in an hour ago," Kurt teases. Blaine is one of those regulars you is seriously regular. Same time on all the days he comes in and the same order: coffee, a bit of sugar and oatmeal topped with banana and a dollop of nutella. 

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Artist: Muse
Song: Soaked (unreleased)

"I wrote a song called ‘Soaked’ when we were making Black Holes and Revelations, it is just like ‘Nikita’ by Elton John or one of those kind of tunes from the 80s. According to our publisher, it’s an Adam Lambert-esque song, who took second place in American Idol. I want to write various genres of music, classical music, pop music, and anything. I suppose Muse have the clear distinction that we must not go overboard, however, I sometimes cross that threshold as a songwriter. When I’m about to do so, it’s made clear thanks to Chris and Dom.” - Matthew Bellamy