i just ruined your childhood

kimmyowns  asked:

Could you do "we’re both characters at disney and we made out in somewhere that was supposed to be private but a kid ran in and i think we just ruined their childhood" with wolfstar, please? (Also, I love you and your writing so much 😍😁)

Remus had done the Disney program over the summer on a whim. There had been a flyer for it up in the bathroom and Remus had decided to sign up. It was supposed to be the happiest place on Earth and well…Remus needed all the help he could get.

When he arrived in California, he felt immediately out of place. Everyone was so good-looking and easy going. Remus was certain he stuck out like a sore thumb.

It was a bit of a relief to get to his flat where he would be staying with others in the program. Peter was really sweet and a bit shy. Odd duck sort of person and Remus thought they wouldn’t have any problems getting along. Peter seemed the sort to stay out of other people’s way.
James Potter, however, was like a gale force wind blowing through the flat. He talked excitedly about anything and everything, pushing his glasses up his nose when they slipped down a bit to far from his overzealousness.

When Remus finally got away from James’ twenty question interrogation on all things Remus Lupin, he went upstairs to find an unoccupied bedroom. Two of the doors were already open with suitcases on the bed. Remus went down to the next room where the door was shut. He opened the door and immediately regretted not having knocked.

Inside was half naked bloke wearing just a pair or tight grey boxer briefs that huffed his body so tightly he might as well not have been wearing them at all. He had been on the verge of pulling on a t-shirt when Remus had barged in. “Oh my god, I’m so sorry. I thought everyone was downstairs.”

The bloke turned and Remus was certain he gave almost a whimper at the sight of him. His hair was black and to his shoulders with amazing grey eyes and a bit of stubble on his chin. He flashed Remus a smile. “No worries. Too bad you didn’t walk in a few minutes ago, then you would have gotten the full show.”

Remus gave a little squeak and reached out for the door handle. “I’ll just leave you to get dressed in private.” 

Sirius bit his bottom lip, probably to keep from laughing at Remus. “The room at the end of the hall is free.”

“Thanks,” Remus said before turning and fleeing. 


Remus was surprised when he was cast as Peter Pan. He hadn’t thought he’d be playing a character at Disney, he thought he would be lifeguarding or doing something small. He felt uncomfortable having children’s happiness be so dependent on him. He went out and bought a copy of Peter Pan and watched it a bunch of times on his laptop. The last thing he wanted was to disappoint a small child. 

Sirius had been cast as Flynn Rider from Tangled. It was absolutely perfect for him and it seemed like he didn’t even have to try to play the character. Charming thief seemed to be already in his repertoire. 

James had been cast as Prince Naveen from The Princess and the Frog. With his dark skin and curly hair, it was an obvious choice and of course he would be playing a prince.

Peter was playing Mickey Mouse. He was the only one of them that had to wear a full costume with a head and everything. Peter sweated like crazy in it from the hot Californian sun. But he took the role very seriously even though he wasn’t allowed to talk.


Ever since their run-in at his bedroom, Sirius had been flirting with Remus nonstop. Remus couldn’t decide if that was just the way Sirius was or if he actually liked Remus. It was stressful to say the least.

Sirius had no concept of boundaries and often would burst into one of their rooms with an idea. There was a group of girls from the program that lived in the house next door. Most of Sirius’ plans involved tormenting them in some way. That or the group of guys across the street that Sirius had taken an immediate disliking to. One of them - Severus - played Jafar and Flynn Rider seemed to enjoy tripping Jafar and making him sprawl out on the sidewalk.

As time went on, the four of them spent more and more time in the common areas of their house and less in their separate rooms. 

Remus had been sitting on the sofa, flipping through channels, when Sirius came over and flopped down across him with his head on Remus’ lap. “Remus, I’m bored!”

“What do you expect me to do about it?” Remus asked, unable to keep himself from running his fingers through Sirius’ hair.

“Entertain me, of course!” 

Remus snorted. “Where’s James? He’s much more entertaining than I am.”

“He’s next door trying to chat up the girl who plays Ariel.”


“That’s the one.”


“Oh yeah, he’s a persistent one, our James.”

“He is at that.”

“Besides,” Sirius said, sitting up and crawling into Remus’ lap. “I think you’re plenty entertaining.”

Remus swallowed hard and tentatively put his hands on Sirius’ hips. “What are you doing, Sirius?”

“I’ve been letting you be all shy for weeks now,” Sirius told him, pouting slightly. “Now I’m going to kiss you.”

Remus blinked at him and then blushed. “Why would you want to do that?”

“Um, because you’re hot.”

“Everyone knows you’re the good looking one,” Remus murmured, averting his eyes in embarrassment.

“Do you not want to?” Sirius asked, nudging Remus’ jawline with his nose. 

“Of course I want to,” Remus said quietly. He turned his head and met Sirius’ lips in what quickly became the best moment of his life.


Remus groaned softly as he saw Flynn Rider making his way into Pixie Hollow. As characters, they were meant to stay in certain places at specific times so that children knew where to find them. Of course Sirius had a penchant for breaking the rules.

“Sorry kids, I’m off to Neverland!” Remus said to the small crowd of children that were around him. He hurried away and grabbed Sirius by the arm. “What are you doing here?”

“I missed you,” Sirius answered, putting his arms around Remus’ neck. 

Remus sighed and led Sirius around the corner where they were hidden by a large plastic leaf. “You can’t just come over here. They’ll get angry with you.”

“I’ve got nothing to do until the parade this afternoon,” Sirius told him. “They told me to just walk around. So I came here to see you.”

“Sirius, we shouldn’t be seen together. We have plenty of time together when we’re done with work.”

“Fine,” Sirius said, clearly unhappy. “Give me some sugar and I’ll go quietly.”

Remus rolled his eyes but leaned in, capturing Sirius’s lips and kissing him fiercely. Like all their kisses, it quickly turned heated, with Remus pressing Sirius up against the fence and their tongues sliding hot and slick against each other.

Remus jumped away when he heard the pitter-patter of tiny footsteps, but he knew from the kid’s bug eyes, it was too late. The kid stared at them for a moment and then went running off to find his mother. 

“Oh fuck,” Remus said, taking off his Peter Pan hat and scrubbing his hand over his face. “I think we just ruined some kid’s childhood.”

Sirius laughed and pulled Remus back to him. “I love you.”

Remus stared at him in shock. “You do?”

“Oh shit,” Sirius said, his eyes widening as he realized what he’d said. “You know, not like love love you. I like you. It’s cool. No worries.”

Remus laughed and shook his head. “Hey idiot,” he called out softly, nuzzling his face against Sirius’ neck. “I love you too.”