Tom Holland Imagine: So Cute
Summary: You’re visiting Tom’s family for the first time and insist on buying them a bottle of wine so you don’t show up empty handed and Tom helps you pick what kind
A/N: I just really don’t know why Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling aren’t married… (also, sorry this is super short)
“Toooommmmm!” I whined for about the 500th time within the few minutes we had been in the store.
Tom rolled his eyes playfully again as he pulled me into his side. We continued to walk through the store as we scanned though all the different kinds of wine.
“How do you not know what your parents drink!?” I asked.
“Y/N, it’s really not a big deal. You already bought them both gifts and you didn’t even have to do that! Honestly, you don’t need to be doing this, love.”
“Yes I do! I can’t just not get them something!”
“But you already bought my mother a necklace and my father a tie! You’re fine!”
“Noooo! I need something else for both of them!”
Tom sighed and ran his fingers through his hair. I began to wonder off on my own when Tom’s phone rang. He answered it after he mouthed to me that it was his mother.
I scanned over all the different brands and flavors and ages. How the hell am I supposed to know which one they like!?
I trudged back over to Tom and tried to get his attention to ask his mother. Tom kept shaking me off and pointing to his phone.
“I know, Tom! I’m trying to get you to ask her about the wine!” I whispered.
Tom waved me off and turned away from me.
I huffed, angry from the lack of attention and playfully bit Tom’s shoulder. Tom smiled at me over his shoulder before he began to playfully act like he was being attacked. I giggled at his stupidity and walked away over to another set of wine bottles.
I heard Tom hang up the phone and walk over to me. I smiled as he wrapped his arms around my waist and snuggled his face into the crook of my neck.
“My mother said she likes just plain old red wine. Nothing special to it.” Tom said as he laid a kiss on my collar bone.
I grabbed the bottle off the wall and headed to the check out. I slapped my card on the table before Tom could even think about paying for it.
“It’s my gift, Tom. Not yours.”
Tom held his hands up in surrender and backed away. I smiled and kissed his cheek as the cashier bagged the bottle of wine.
“Thank you.” I said to her.
I intertwined Tom and I’s fingers and walked to the doors. Just as Tom and I were about to leave, he heard his name being called.
Tom and I turned to see two girls smiling widely as they stood next to their parents. The girls looked at each other before they ran up to Tom and hugged him.
“Can we have a picture?”
Tom took pictures with both of the girls, acting stupid and cute with both of them, clearly making their day.
I stood to the side and smiled at my boyfriend when I felt one of the girls tap my shoulder.
I turned to her and smiled kindly.
“Hi, Y/N. I know you probably hear this a lot but I just really think you’re beautiful. Tom’s really lucky to have a girlfriend like you.”
“No, I’m the one who’s lucky.” I said as I looked at the love of my life as he shot me a wink.
After the girls got their pictures, Tom and I headed to his parents’ house.
After we finished dinner with his parents, Tom and I headed up to his room to watch movies and cuddle.
As Tom watched Star Wars, I played on my phone and opened Twitter. I smiled as I saw the girls that we had met today had post the pictures the took with Tom.
Tom looked down when he felt me chuckle.
“What’s so funny, love?”
“Those girls from today. They took a video of us and made it into a gif.”
I held my phone up to Tom and saw him smile when he watched the gif of me biting Tom’s shoulder and then him acting like he was being attacked.
“Did you read the caption, darling?”
I pulled the phone back to my face and read what the girls had written.
“So we saw Tom and Y/N shopping for wine today and they were just honestly the cutest couple I’ve ever seen. Plus, they were total sweethearts when we asked for pictures. New #otp”
I smiled and leaned up to place a kiss on Tom’s smiling lips.
“I love you.”
“I love you, too.”