Drunk || Jughead Jones

Prompt from anon: 25 with jughead I love your writing by the way

“You make me nervous and happy and horny all at the same time and it’s confusing as fuck sometimes.”

Jughead and the reader go to a party. Jughead mistakes tequila for lemonade. Hilarity ensues!

A/N: This was a super fun prompt to write. Hope I did you justice!

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“Do we have to be here?” Jughead asked from beside you, the both of you hearing the loud music from inside the Lodge house.

You rolled your eyes and turned to look at your boyfriend of two years.

“Yes,” you said.

“It may be a party, but it’s not the typical Riverdale party. It’s people we know. Betty, Archie, Veronica, Kevin, Josie. It’ll be fun.”

Jughead gave you a look that said Seriously? but didn’t say anything in response. You took his hand.

“Come on. We’re not drinking anything anyway. So technically we’re not really going to a “party,”” you said usually air quotes.

Jughead shrugged and you knew you had won him over. You smiled.

“Alright. Let’s go.” you said as you pulled him into the Lodge house.

Jughead disappeared about an hour into the party. You were having a good time so you thought he had went home, not telling you so you could enjoy the party. You were a little disappointed and annoyed, but decided not to let it ruin your evening. You could talk to him about it tomorrow. You were sitting in a circle with the rest of the guests playing Truth or Dare when you heard a drunken,


You froze.

No. Way.” Kevin and Josie said, looking at someone behind you.

You turned around and were greeted by a very drunk Jughead Jones from across the room. You couldn’t believe it. Jughead Jones was drunk. Oh man, was he drunk. He visibly stumbled to keep his balance as he walked over to you.

“Y/N.” Jughead said again, his eyes unable to stay on you.

You stifled a snicker as you got up, making your way over to him.

“Jughead, are you… drunk?” Betty said from behind you, already knowing the answer.

He scoffed.

“No,” he said and stumbled again, you catching him before he fell.

“I just had a few drinks of that lemonade on the table there.” he said, pointing to the bottle of yellow liquid.

The group behind you laughed.

“Juggie, that’s tequila!” Veronica said. “Not lemonade!”

His eyes widened.

“But—but— I thought it was lemonade.” he whined and the group laughed again.

“Sorry, Jug. It’s not.” Archie said.

You rolled your eyes and looked over at the group.

“Guys, keep playing without me. I gotta pay attention to this moron.” you said as you led him to the couch a couple feet away.

Jughead nearly fell on the couch and you sat down next to him. Then, Jughead turned his attention to you and began to pat your head.

“Your hair is so silky.” Jughead said, eyes wide.

You bit your lip to keep from laughing.

“Thank you, Jughead.” you said, before looking at your phone.

It was nearly 2 am. The two of you should really be getting home. Especially now that Jughead was plastered. Why your idiot boyfriend thought the tequila at the coffee table was lemonade you had no idea. You sighed and put Jughead’s arm around your shoulder, lifting him up off the couch.

“Alright, Jug,” you said. “I know we just sat down, but it’s late. We gotta get home.”

“Y/N…” he whined.

You shook your head.

“Sorry, mister, but you’re drunk as hell, and I’d rather not have you throwing up in my car later.” you said as you began to walk with him to the front door.
You waved your goodbyes to the group and were an inch from the front door when Jughead talked again.


You stopped and turned to look at him.

“Yes?” you asked, ready for another one of your drunk boyfriend’s remarks.

Jughead then looked at you with such love in his eyes that he made your breath catch in your throat.

You make me nervous and happy and horny all at the same time and it’s confusing as fuck sometimes.

Your mouth dropped open and you blushed furiously at his language. You weren’t expecting that. As far as you knew, Jughead wasn’t one for compliments. And that was okay with you. You knew he loved you and you loved him and that was all the mattered. You didn’t need to shower each other in lovey-dovey comments all day like some couples at Riverdale did.

“I—uh, thanks, Jughead.” You sputtered out, turning around to make sure the group didn’t hear him. They didn’t.

He smiled goofily at you and leaned on your shoulder, eyes dropping. You smiled at him and shook him gently, trying to stop him from falling asleep.

“Come on, Juggie,” you said softly, butterflies fluttering in your stomach. You walked slowly with him to the front door. “Let’s go home.”


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A nice old lady goes door to door to convert people to Satanism

Riverdale Pros and cons


Veronica is not a bitch and is actually a good friend to Betty.

Kevin is secure in his sexuality. 

The Grundy/Archie seems to be in the past (Fingers crossed it stays that way)

Jughead despite being distant with Archie, they are civil. Archie seems to be giving him his space.

The characters’ issues seem are interesting and Jason’s murder doesn’t seem cut and dry.

Hermione Lodge will not be the one sided character that the comic version is.


Some people on tumblr are saying that the writers took Fred and Hermione from Harry Potter. Despite Fred Andrews and Hermione Lodge being around well before JK Rowling wrote the first book. (Okay, that’s not about the episode).

The whole Grundy/Arrchie creepiness.

Way too little Jughead.

The end scene with Moose? (where’s Midge?)

Kevin being a little stereotypical. Edited: I realized that it was more the scene with Moose just confused me. I’m not sure what I mean but I was being judgemental and Kevin is not stereotypical. 

All in all, I am going to enjoy this show.


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Top: Original drawings of musicians at the sound recording session for “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” by Chuck Jones, graphite on 12 field animation paper.

Middle: San Diego Union TV Week magazine for December 18, the air date of the animated television special produced and directed by Chuck Jones.

Bottom: Chuck Jones with Boris Karloff, the voice of the Grinch and the narrator of the half-hour television special at the sound recording session for the film, 1966.