Summary: Today was a good day to break out of prison. The title comes from “Maybe This Time” from Cabaret.
Warnings: Mpreg, not-very-graphic sex.
Today, Kurt thought, was a good day to break out of prison.
It wasn’t like the thought had simply come upon him at that moment, as he lay on his hard, regulation mattress in his stiff, regulation prison uniform. He’d been planning this for months and, really, all the signs were pointing towards success. The sun was bright and shining - not that Kurt ever really saw much of it - and he could hear birds chirping outside, nobody had been stabbed or beaten up or poisoned in the past week and a half, and the guard he liked to call Stumpy because of his God-awful limp was finally warming up to him.
He already had everything he needed. He knew where the keys were to the Warden’s office, and where the keys were in that office to the lockers, where they kept the inmates’ clothes and belongings until they got out. He knew a way out of the building that wouldn’t get him caught on any security cameras or motion sensors, and he had money. He’d stashed away enough to get to New York, which was where he was headed.
All he had to do now was execute his plan.
An hour before walking down the aisle to a fiance he’s never met, Kurt gets a surprise.
On October 15, 2008, it was decided that all homosexual males and females shall be assigned with a partner, who they will marry once both have reached the age of 21…
The law had since been changed to allow those who were already together to marry each other.
Kurt hadn’t even bothered trying to find someone.
Strangely enough, the bullying had stopped once the law was announced and he had stumbled through the rest of high school with one goal: getting out of Lima. Once in New York, he devoted his time to chasing his dreams and despite Rachel’s encouraging and hints of blind dates, Kurt hadn’t given the idea of romance a second thought.
So here he was, getting married to a stranger called Blaine Anderson in about an hour.
Kurt and Blaine + first times.
It’s like the physical manifestation of the “You matter” speech in the best and most loving way possible. It changes you. It does something to your heart. Yes.
Guys… This is my friend’s friend’s old yearbook - apparently she went to Darren’s high school?
Proof that Darren started his smartass-ing young.
It’s so strange to see Blaine visibly fight to keep his composure.
klaine + being a pair of flirty songbirds
Yeah so I’m gonna go with my gut and say trust Joaquin. These spoilers are total bullshit.