“I need a date for christmas/the holidays so my parents will get off my back” or “we just met but pls I’ll pay you to be my date for the holidays” au’s pls
- “Hey so I know you’re tight on money right now and I’m in kind of a hard place with my family, so what would say if I needed to pretend to date you for $200 and a free meal plus leftovers?” AU
- Characters A and B are best friends and roommates. They totally click on every level and they’re about as in love with each other as two people can be. Just not romantically. Character A is gay and Character B is a lesbian, and they’ve been posing as each others significant others at family functions for years.
- Character A is too focused on their career to worry about romance. Assuming they’ll get around to it eventually, they lie and tell their family that of course they have a significant other and they’re doing great. But before they know it, the winter holidays are right around the corner and they can’t go visit their family empty handed. Chatterer B, their personal assistant, is desperate for a promotion and proposes a plan that could benefit both of them.
- Characters A and B
have been in a long term relationship for years, but Character A’s
parents have never approved of Character B. In order to get Character A’s
parents off their back, Character A stages a fake break up with Character B, then calls in a favor from Character C, Character B’s sibling and polar opposite. The plan is to have Character C to be Character A’s fake date so Character A can get their family off of their back.