What happens when you can’t pay for your 5 doughnuts and one hot chocolate order, because you forgot your wallet at home? You find yourself a sugar daddy. Or that’s what happened to a grumpy Min Yoongi.
Pairing: Min Yoongi x Jeon JungKook | ft. Kim NamJoon
Word count: 4977
Warnings: Maybe swearing and future smut
A/N: Another fic that was originally posted on AO3. I plan on finishing it over here because I really love the idea and in all honesty, I think it’s my favorite that I’ve written. Also in here JungKook is older than Yoongi. Hope you’ll enjoy!
“One hot chocolate. Three doughnuts. One chocolate
pretzel…hmmm…and…huh…you know, make it 5 chocolate and cherry doughnuts…”
Yoongi said to the cashier dressed in a rumpled bright green uniform with a
mustard yellow shirt underneath. She had a small name tag attached with a
safety pin that said “Mindy”. He felt kind of bad for her, but at the same time
he didn’t have much time to meditate over the thought, because guilt was
creeping into his mind, thinking about what he just bought.
“Crap! I’ll regret
this later…for sure I’ll end up a closet with four doors…shit! I don’t fucking
care for now, actually. This is for later!” he said to himself, trying to
avoid the unavoidable confrontation with the cold truth. He was binge eating.
It’s a weekend thing. Sheila and I take the dogs to the airport dog park. Afterward we go to our favorite bakery for doughnuts.
The dogs literally start drooling as we get near the bakery. Trust me when I say you don’t ever want to ride in the back seat of my filthy Camry.
Today I went inside to buy. Sheila waited outside with all three dogs. Yeah, Carson was there too, just not in this picture.
The bakery recently changed owners. It’s less cluttered inside now. The walls seem cleaner though that just might be a new coat of white paint. Some wall hangings are gone. There had been a chalk board listing coffee prices. Sheila said they’re remodeling. Maybe that board will be back. I like seeing all the bakery product names are still on handwritten cards.
Credit cards are now accepted though checks are still accepted. The cash register no longer mechanically prints receipts on rolls of paper. It was replaced by an iPad. The baked goods remain the same good quality and they also have cherry doughnuts now.
Some old business could stand improvements or modern features. Others are perfect the way they are, with decades-old recipes and fixtures as well as lots and lots of character that can’t be purchased with any size small-business loan.