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↳ 09. Jay refuses to play Tourney without Carlos.

He’s bringing that hothead Jay in from the isle of the lost and that little guy Carlos can barely hold a shield. When they break from their huddles, this is gonna be a big moment here. And the tipoff is ready. Here we go. Long pass goes to Jay. Jay dishes off to prince Ben. Nice little block by Carlos. He does a little dancing jig in his opponent’s face.

Jaylos Gym Class AU

- Coach Phil pairs up Jay, the most athletic kid in class, and Carlos, who can’t even kick a ball, to work out together the whole period

- Carlos is extremely awkward which gets even worse after Jay smirkes at him

- He blushes so hard when Jay grabs his hand to pull him over to their station, but Jay totally didn’t notice because Jay totally doesn’t do blushes

- He desperately wants to impress Jay, but soon realizes he can’t even lift the 30 pound dumbbells, much left the 60 pound bells Jay is crunching

- Jay starts to laugh when Carlos moves on to the bench press, he knows if Carlos couldn’t lift the dumbbells he definitely won’t get the 45 pound bar up

- His laughing draws the unwanted attention of some other students (namely Chad) who start mocking Carlos, causing him to blush again  

- And Jay totally didn’t think Carlos’ blush was adorable, Jay totally doesn’t do blushes

- But Jay still puts his weights down and goes over to spot him on the bench press before he feels too insure

- “Actually Jay.. I don’t think this is a good idea, maybe I’ll just stick with a jumprope.”

- “What? No way Carlos, I got you. Don’t worry.”

- Carlos can’t resist Jay’s sweet grin and shyly lays down on the bench under the bar with Jay on the other side

- Together (mainly Jay) they make it to 5 lifts before Carlos can’t feel his arms anymore

- When Carlos’ back is turned drinking water Jay threatens he will beat anyone who says anything about Carlos up, but Carlos can’t know that of course

- After class Carlos is extremely worn out, but extremely happy he got to spend all gym class watching Jay workout up close

- Jay asks him if he wants to work out together over the weekend

- Obviously Carlos said yes

- But he was totally not blushing when he asked. Jay totally doesn’t do blushes

So Elo and Jay Park performed an acoustic version of Tattoo on Dingo Music with Coke Jazz. And of course, it’s eargasmic with lots of extras especially when Jay Park is involved. xDDDD Watch Full

It ain’t easy when your boss is next to you haha…Jay coaching Elo on how to introduce himself.

The way Elo stopped and stare when Jay does his adlibs haha

Dayum check out Elo with his falsetto!

Elo is so done with Jay Park’s extra adlibness xD

Full Vid below

Favorite Classes at Auradon Prep

Mal always claims her favorite class is Remedial Goodness 101.  It is, after all, her easiest class.  Especially when she just pretends for a moment that her mother asked her the question, and then picks the opposite of what her mother would want.  But the truth is, she really enjoys Dragon Anatomy.  The practical applications are often less than fun, but she loves figuring out what makes them tick and how their parts work.  And if maybe she’s making notes for possible shapeshifting later, who has to know, right?

Jay enjoys both Heroism and Basic Chivalry, although the latter has tripped him up more than once.  He often drags his homework for Basic Chivalry to Ben’s room, and makes Ben review it with him just because who keeps straight all those forks and spoons at a banquet anyway?  And why do they have to have so many?  Ben laughs and happily coaches Jay on it in exchange for Jay teaching him a few more of his acrobatic tricks that he uses on the Tourney field.

Evie loves Chemistry.  It was the first class she really realized she could excel in, after all, and honestly, it has a ton of practical applications.  She likes comparing her notes from Chemistry with her notes in her spellbook (faithfully copied from what she remembers of her mother’s), and she likes creating new concoctions with things she’s learned.

Carlos hates Basic Chivalry.  He can’t ever keep anything straight in it.  But his favorite class is definitely the History of Woodsmen and Pirates.  After all, there’s no dogs in that subject (although, after Dude, that becomes less of a positive), and very few parents in it either.  He likes the stories scribbled in his textbook, and has copied most of them down into a notebook of his own.  He jots down some stories of his own in there as well, and loves how well they seem to mesh.

Ben tested out of most of the popular classes pretty young.  He had to, if he was going to fit his Crown Prince Curriculum on his schedule somewhere, especially since he insisted on playing Tourney too.  However, and he’s not entirely sure he’s comfortable admitting it, his favorite class has, thus far, been Enchanted Forestry.  He likes getting to talk to the trees, and the truly ancient ones near the castles have the best stories, even better than some of his favorites that he’s read with his mom.

Lonnie loves Heroism.  She often jokes about breaking her nails or having trouble finding shoes that she won’t ruin by leaping off into pits of mud or charging across the Tourney field in pouring rain.  To that end, her mother frequently sends her care packages with new shoes, in a never ending quest for pairing princess-perfect with action-hero.

Jane secretly adores mathematics.  She realizes, however, that it makes her ridiculously nerdy, and if asked what her favorite class is, she generally stumbles over about three choices before she finally manages to get out “History of Auradon.”  Which, to her horror, isn’t actually any less nerdy.

Audrey aced Bad Fairies without even trying, and she’d never tell anyone this, but it gave her nightmares.  Her.  Nightmares.  Horror of horrors.  To that end, she applied herself thoroughly to her Woodland Song classes, where she learned to exercise the little bit of her magical gifts to communicate with the woodland creatures.  They, at least, are always exactly what they seem.

Doug used to enjoy Dragon Anatomy the most.  Then Evie enrolled, and he catches himself daydreaming in Dragon Anatomy about Chemistry!  Chemistry!  But at least in Chemistry, he gets to sit with Evie, and she’s smart enough to be a good lab partner without expecting him to do all the work.  He likes that almost as he enjoys looking at her and listening to her.