prompt: spiderman kiss :p
Isak should have guessed what this was about the moment Even announced he was dressing up as Spiderman for Halloween. Really, it was obvious. He should have guessed. It was Even after all. And Even was Even and Isak should have guessed. It was all on him.
“What do you think?” says Even.
“I’m not dressing up as Mary Jane,” says Isak.
“You can dress up as Iron Man instead,” says Even with a wink.
Isak brushes it off and goes back to his books. They have to match this year, probably, because they’re that one cheesy couple that matches at parties, and because it means a lot to Even.
Isak quickly decides that he doesn’t like the idea of Even dressing up as Spiderman.
“Can’t see your face and your hair. Nobody will know it’s you,” says Isak. “No wait, I take that back. You’re like tall as shit.”
“I’ll also be all over you. They’ll know it’s me,” Even laughs.
They know it’s him and Isak is a bit confused at the party because Even won’t take the mask off.
“We can’t even kiss,” Isak pouts.
He’s wearing a lame ‘404 Costume Not Found’ sign hanging around his neck. He forgot to to order his costume on time. He was too busy studying, and he feels bad because he’s sure Even is disappointed. He still has the Deadpool costume in his cart.
Isak still doesn’t get it when Even suggests ditching the party and going to the playground near their apartment.
“Why would we do that? It’s raining so hard outside and it’s like the middle of the night,” says Isak.
He feels bad though because Even sounds a bit disappointed.
Isak is chatting with Eva near the kitchen and watching Even laugh with Magnus who’s dressed as Spongebob this year.
“You two do the lame Spiderman kiss yet?” says Eva.
“You know the upside down kiss. It’s even raining.”
Isak feels dumb and he’s smiling wide, so wide. Of course.
The last time Even tried to drag him away from a Halloween party, he actually said yes and they ended up recreating one of the most epic movie kisses of all time.
Isak laughs and downs his beer before kissing Eva on the cheek and saying thank you.
He crosses the apartment in a few strides and grabs Even’s hand.
“Wanna get out of here?”
“Where are we going?” says Even, holding his jacket over both of them to shield them from the rain.
“What for?” Even laughs.
“You know what for,” Isak laughs right back, tightening his arms around Even’s chest.
It’s a bit of a role reversal, really. But Isak doesn’t really mind. He likes the monkey bars and he exercises a lot anyways.
“I forgot my body’s too long for this type of things,” says Even, a bit defeated because he’s Spiderman and he can’t even hang from monkey bars.
“I’ll gladly hang upside down for you in my shitty costume, Even Bech Næsheim,” says Isak, both legs and hands wrapped around the bars, struggling to let the words out.
“This is very cheesy,” Even laughs.
“By far the cheesiest thing I’ve done so far.”
“I can think of a few times you’ve outcheesed yourself.”
“Just take off your mask and kiss me already,” Isak groans.
And yeah, okay. It’s raining and Isak should be the one wearing the stupid spiderman mask, not Even, but it’s still the sweetest thing. He can barely breathe with the bar crushing his stomach, but he thinks there might be another reason to it, too. Because Even’s hands are wet and huge on his face. Because Even’s lips and big and full and overwhelming all over his. And they’ve done ying yang kisses before, but this still feels different. Probably because he’s about to let go and fall on his face, but he can’t even bring himself to think about it because it’s so soft and so hot and so overwhelming. Even kisses him softly and Isak feels butterflies in his stomach. BUTTERFLIES. Under the rain. Upside down. Actual butterflies. Isak is going to die. Even is going to kill him.
They kiss until Isak actually falls. But Even catches him and they laugh for a good 5 minutes before deciding that it’s time to go home and take a shower, or better yet a bath.
“I’ll pick an easy one next year,” says Even.
“Yeah, one that doesn’t involved me breaking my back, please.”
“How about the notebook?” Even laughs.
“I said I don’t want to break my back.”
“I’ll be Ryan Gosling.”
“Okay, let’s do that.”
That next year, Even doesn’t break his back but he still yelps in agony when Isak crashes into him. And it’s alright. Because they laugh about it and remember that they have a lifetime of Halloweens to recreate kisses that don’t hurt.