It's part of my chemistry pt.1Kurt adjusted his bag on his aching shoulder. They had way too many textbooks at this school, it was like they were trying to permanently impair their students."Hey Kurt!" He turned his head and stopped to wait for Blaine who jogged down the hall after him, narrowly avoiding crashing into three students on the way. He smiled to himself at Blaine's frantic expressions and muttered apologies as he weaved through the sea of people."So," he said, breathing a little heavily as he finally reached Kurt's side. The sight of him made Kurt's stomach flip a little; a feeling he was sure he'd never get used to. "You were right." Kurt smoothed his hair back and the two resumed walking together."I usually am," Kurt teased. "What particular instance are we talking about here?""Me," Blaine answered. "Being gay." Kurt's sarcasm evaporated and he glanced at the floor."Oh, that.""Yeah. That.""Listen Blaine, I'm really sorry. I should have just supported you and-" Blaine held up his hand, silencin
Memoirs of a glee amnesiacMemoirs of a glee amnesiacOf course, the idea of Blaine kissing anyone other than him was anything short of appealing to Kurt, but he wasn't delusional. Eventually that bottle would point at someone, and while Kurt cherished the idea that it might be him, the reality was it was unlikely. So, instead Kurt had decided to hope for something a little more realistic. A girl. Any girl. Not that any of the New Directions guys weren't straight, but they weren't exactly unattractive, and Blaine had had a lot to drink. So, a girl would be ideal, no chance of any kind of spark there. Preferably someone he was close with, like Mercedes, who would give him a quick peck on the cheek and be done with it, but really any girl was better than a guy. It was for this reason that Kurt had been relieved when the bottle's nose and stopped at Rachel. He and Rachel were friends, and he knew she was no where close to being over Finn, despite what she said. What he had not taken into account, however, was the a
It's part of my chemistry pt.4"I swear I'm going to fail math," David said, shoving a bunch of papers aside angrily. Wes laughed."You'll be fine. Want me to tutor you?""No! You're the meanest tutor ever!" Wes shrugged."It's not my fault you don't listen." David scoffed."Forget it. I'll find someone else. I think Blaine's doing well math-wise, maybe I'll ask him." A knock on the door made both boys look up."I'll get it," David said, happily getting up and heading for the door, ignoring Wes's eye roll. He glanced through the peephole."Speak of the devil." He opened the door. "Hey Blaine!" Wes looked over."Hi Blaine, you look like shit." Blaine walked in the room."Come one in," David mumbled sarcastically. Wes tossed a book at him."Ow! What was that for?!""Can't you see there's something wrong with him?!" David looked over at Blaine and realized how bad he actually looked."Whoa. What happened? Wait, let me guess. Something to do with Kurt?" Blaine shot him a look."How did you know?" Wes raised an eyebrow a
It's part of my chemistry pt.3Blaine sank into the couch. The radio in the corner played some song he'd never heard before. He felt kind of bad for avoiding Kurt, but every time he looked at him he got that awful sick feeling and Blaine didn't treasure the thought of throwing up all over him. It didn't help that Blaine would always see Kurt in the hallways with Logan. Just yesterday he'd turned a corner and seen Logan with his arm around Kurt's shoulder. Blaine had practically fled the scene. Kurt probably didn't even miss him too much anyways. He probably didn't even notice that they hadn't talked in seven days, three hours, twenty-one minutes, and thirteen seconds. Not that he was keeping track."Some Barenaked Ladies coming your way," the DJ announced as the familiar guitar opening began. Blaine had always liked this song."I'm so cool, too bad I'm a loser," he sang along unenthusiastically."I'm so smart; too bad I can't get anything figured out.I'm so brave too bad I'm a baby.I'm so fly that's probably why i
It's part of my chemistry pt.2"A new guy," Mercedes said, raising her voice over the chatter of the other coffee shop customers. "As in someone other than Blaine?" Kurt smiled."As in someone named Logan.""So," Mercedes said. "Just so we're clear, not Blaine." Kurt rolled his eyes and nodded."And they said it couldn't be done," Rachel said. "But someone has actually managed to get Kurt's mind of Blaine!" Kurt just sipped his coffee. The truth was, he hadn't stopped thinking about Blaine, not even a little bit. He did like, Logan, but it wasn't even close to being the same. However, he was trying, really really trying."Have you sung together yet," Rachel asked excitedly. Kurt examined the lid of his coffee."Actually, Logan doesn't really sing," he admitted. Mercedes eyes widened and Rachel actually gasped, her hands flying to her mouth."Oh come on," Kurt said. "Not everyone we like has to be in glee club. You guys need to meet some new people." Mercedes was the first to snap out of it."Kurt's absolu
What we got goin pt. 6 "Hey," Kurt greeted happily, meeting Blaine at his locker. "Listen I'm sorry I was lat yesterday. We just lost track of time. I don't blame you for leaving, though you could have at least answered your phone. I called about twenty times. I nearly had a panic attack, thinking you were dead or something." "You seem fine," Blaine said plainly. "Well, yeah. I finally got a hold of your father who said you'd locked yourself in your room. What happened?" "None of your business," Blaine snapped. "What's with you," Kurt shot back. He glared at Blaine before he realized he was actually angry. "Blaine, what's wrong?" Blaine closed his locker forcefully and turned to face Kurt with hard eyes. "Why are you with me?