Thank you for your request, I’m sorry I didn’t really kjnow how to finish this one but hey at least I’m back, right?
up!” Y/N called out to her friend Byron as she sat down on the
edge of the bed, her boyfriend fixing the camera settled in front of
her. “You ready?” She asked, smiling to her lover. “Yep, are
you happy with the lighting?” Joe replied, waiting for her to nod
before sitting down next to her, dropping a kiss to the top of her
and Y/N had been dating for 6 months and things had been getting
pretty serious between them. To the point where she would spend weeks
at his house. The couple was about to film a Youtube video for her
channel with their current temporary room-mate and good friend Byron.
waited for what seemed like ages until the South African finally sat
down next to Y/N. “Sorry, I was fixing my hair.” Byron
admitted, earning a laugh from the boy leaning forward to properly
look at his mate. “It still looks like shit.” The dark blonde boy
teased. Byron frowned as he watched his reflection into the camera.
“Oh come on, you look great.” Y/N nudged his rib with her
elbow as she looked up from her phone screen, getting ready to start
filming her intro.
there! Welcome back to my channel, today I am joined with two
attractive young men, Joe and Byron. You all know them by now.” She
introduced, gesturing from her boyfriend to her friend. Joe stayed
quiet as he watched his mate wrap an arm around her shoulders, “Aw,
how nice of you.” The South African explained, earning a small
laugh from her. But Joe was sure not laughing.
soon as Joe had presented Y/N and Byron, the both had instantly
clicked and were very close friends, which Joe didn’t mind at first.
Until he started to realize how touchy his mate would get with his
girlfriend. Sometimes he even wondered if it was a good idea to
introduce them to each other. But he wasn’t the type to show his
jealousy, even in front of his lover. And so he simply pretended that
everything was fine all the time. Except that he was finding harder
to control these days, ever since the boys had come back from their
trip to South Africa. Joe wasn’t sure of who his girlfriend had
missed the most between the two.
today we are going to do the finish the lyric challenge, boring I
know but I honestly didn’t have a video for this week. Don’t blame
me!” Y/N exclaimed, laughing at her comment before she quickly
explained to her viewers how the game would go.
was time for them to do the last round of the game. Joe pressed onto
his laptop, allowing the last song to start playing. The two friends
started singing the words to the song as they exchanged a glance,
barely paying attention to the host of the game. “Come on, that’s
our song!” Y/N stated, nudging her shoulder with his as they
both sang at the top of their lungs until Joe stopped the song and
they both yelled out out their buzzers. But Byron was quicker and got
the winning point.
can’t believe you just beat me on my own channel!” She groaned,
staring at her friend as Joe cleared his throat in attempt to get her
attention but he felt mute to her ears. “I beat you at everything.”
Byron shrugged, a smirk showing on his lips. “Don’t lie to my
viewers.” She stated, glaring at the camera, picturing the zoom
that she would do her face whilst editing this video.
she pronounced her outro, Joe got up and pressed on the recording
button, allowing to stop. He was about the leave the room when his
girlfriend caught his arm on the way. “Where are you going?” She
asked, confusion itched across her face. “Somewhere where I don’t
get to witness how great you two get along.” Joe scoffed before
escaping the room.
two friends stayed speechless for a few minutes, looking at each
other as an uncomfortable silence filled the room. “I’m sorry, I
didn’t know he felt that way.” Byron said, looking down to the
floor. “It’s fine, I didn’t know either. I’ll talk to him.” Y/N affirmed, sending him a quick smile before joining her grumpy
boyfriend in the living room where he stood behind the kitchen
counter, fiddling with different tools as he was getting ready to
prepare their lunch. She leaned onto the counter, meeting Joe’s
you please explain to me what the hell this was all about?” Y/N asked, her eyes darting over his face as he sighed. “You know what
it is about. The touches, the laughs, the private jokes. What is that
all about?” He replied, the anger perfectly audible in his voice as
he stopped his movements to watch her. “Joe, he’s my friend. I
thought you wanted us to get along in the first place.” She
exclaimed, her own annoyance growing inside of her. “Yeah well
maybe it was a mistake. You barely pay attention to me when he’s
around.” Joe scoffed, his voice raising in volume slightly. She
sighed at his words, “It’s not true. Listen, I’m sorry. I didn’t
know you were that jealous.” She affirmed, moving around to get
closer to him as he let out another sigh.
fine, I didn’t really tell you. But don’t blame me, I’m new to this
whole long relationship thing.” Joe admitted, wrapping an arm
around her waist, bringing her closer to him. A smirk appeared on her
face. “I probably need to teach you some stuff then.” She teased,
earning a small laugh from a lover as he put his lips on hers, the
couple sharing a loving kiss.
stepped shyly into the room, “Am I forgiven too?” He asked, a
smile on his lips as the two lovers separated, turning around to face
their friend. “I won’t kiss you to prove it but yes, it’s fine.”
Joe said, smiling back to his South African friend. “What a shame.”
Byron replied as the boys shared a quick high-five, a laugh echoing
in the room as the three gathered around the living room, a new
soothing atmosphere over the three room-mates.
I finally finished this request, I’m incredibly sorry for the wait! I hope you will like it xx
Y/N adjusted her beanie and tucked her hands into her pockets, shivering
at the freezing temperature as she walked down the street where her
family used to live. Her pace slowed down as she looked around her
old neighborhood, reminiscing the times where she would just run
around with her childhood friends. It was the first time since she
had moved to London only mouths ago and still nothing had changed.
Bath had still the same magic in the air.
world outside was dangerously cold, and the big snow held the houses
down and the people in. The park where she had spent her teenage
years was covered in a thick blanket of white. Aside from the brown
of the denuded trees, the only other color was the vivid saffron
staining around the face of each lamppost, tree and shrub. So much of
the canvas was perfectly white, as if waiting for the artists hand to
return. The morning light struggled through the murky cloud, but even
in its weakness it was enough to blind as it reflected on the snow.
smiled as she enjoyed everything about this kind of weather, the
satisfaction of being the first to make an impression in a blanket of
freshly lain snow, the subtle crunch underfoot as she strode forward
and the best bit of it all ; the sight of the low hanging shafts of
sunlight illuminating the sparkling whitened scene before her.
her smile faded as her eyes laid on his house. It was silly of her to
be taken aback since she knew why she had taken this particular path
but still there was surprise across her face. A thought suddenly
traced her mind, did
Did his new girlfriend know about them? About how in love they used
to be? About how she had him first? She was taken by a sudden need to
walk up to his front door, hoping she would be the one to open it for
her. She was curious to know if he was going to keep her. It had been
only slightly over a year since they had parted, surely it wasn’t
that serious. Was it?
was about to knock on the big wooden door but stopped in her tracks,
biting on her tongue to sop herself from doing something she would
regret. They were done, she thought she was done with him. But there
had to be a reason why she was still standing there in front of his
house. She let her lids fall shut as she felt the trail of a tear
that escaped her eye on her skin. She wiped the wetness on her cheek
and turned away as fast as she could but there was a silhouette
looked up to see her ex boyfriend standing in front of her, surprise
across his face. None of them talked for what seemed like ages.
“Y/N, what are you doing here? I haven’t seen you in Bath in a
while.” Joe asked, a small smile on his lips. Somehow, it seemed as
he was trying to hide to joy on his face. His eyes darted over her
for a minute, nothing had changed about her, except the light in her
eyes as she looked at him. “Oh yeah, I live in London now but I
came back for the weekend.” Y/N replied, smiling back at him as
she crossed her arms at the shiver down her spine.
there wasn’t any awkwardness in the air. But the two ex lovers were
filled with nostalgia as the memories tangled in their minds. The
bruises left on their heart hadn’t changed.
I didn’t know you moved.” Joe admitted, feeling a small knot in his
stomach. Was he the reason she left ? He was fighting the rush to
hold her tight like he used to but his girlfriend was waiting for him
inside his house. It went silent for a minute. “I have to go back
there anyway, I just wanted to see you before I drove back.” She
affirmed, her eyes looking down to her feet. “It was nice to talk
to you again.” She said before walking past him, not letting him
reply to her. It hurt too much to leave him once again.
as she looked back to him one more time and her orbs met his blue
eyes, there was a spark in their glance. The one that had started it
all and at this moment, they both knew they were meant to fall back
into each other’s arms at one point. Just not yet.