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Prompt 101

Person A and Person B have a competition with Person C and Person D as to who can be more “festive”. Their competition includes:

  1. Decorating Gingerbread houses (watch someone draw something inappropriate)
  2. Decorating cookies
  3. Lights, lights, lights!
  4. Christmas Tree decoration
  5. Best presents

Just imagine Person A saying that they know that their gift will pulverize Person C and Person D as they get down on one knee and pulls a ring out of their pocket.

Bonus: Person C does the same thing; Person A and D are dying of happiness

Crack: it’s a ring pop

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Have a very wonderful holiday season, assassinsoldier, and please enjoy this ridiculous fluff.

Title: The Great Gingerbread Bake-Off

Rating: T

Tags: Fluff, winter festival, rivalry, alcohol mention

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Derek crouched next to the table, icing bag in one hand and tweezers in the other, putting the finishing touches on his gingerbread house. Well, “gingerbread house” was far too plain a term for it. He’d built a perfect gingerbread recreation of Winterfell, right down to a handful of tiny marzipan Starks. It had taken him most of the year to get the baking and the details right, but all in all he was pretty pleased with how it had turned out. He even had chocolate direwolves. Every detail was perfect, and more importantly, every detail was edible.

There was absolutely no way Stiles Stilinski could beat it.

This was the seventh year Derek was competing in the gingerbread house competition at the Beacon Hills Holiday Festival, and he’d taken first place for three of those years. The other three years, Stiles had won, each time with even more ridiculous rude gestures and lewd winks in Derek’s direction.

Derek was bound and determined to take first place this year, and put a halt to Stiles’s current winning streak.

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