“I love you.”
Kurt lifts his head from Blaine’s shoulder, brows raised in mild surprise. “I love you, too.” He smiles, a warm fluttery sensation spreading in his chest. “Is there a particular reason you just said that?”
Blaine returns his smile, nuzzling their noses together. “Do I need to have a reason to tell you I love you?” He gently squeezes Kurt’s side where he has his arm draped around him.
“Of course not,” Kurt replies in a soft voice, placing a small kiss onto Blaine’s lips. “I was just surprised.” He looks into Blaine’s warm eyes. “I hope…,” he pauses, swallowing. “I just hope you’ll never stop doing that.”
Blaine seems to be a bit taken aback by that comment, his thick brows furrowing together. “Why would I ever stop telling you that I love you? What kind of twisted alternate universe are you picturing right now?”
That immediately brings a big smile back to Kurt’s lips. “So, you promise? You’ll never stop telling me that you love me?”
Blaine pulls him even closer against his side, pressing his lips against Kurt’s forehead. “Never. As long as I’m breathing, I’ll always tell you that I love you. I promise.”