to make up for the lack of men/grooms in the wedding banner,they should give us a full focus of hot summer male units
give me lifeguard Ike, shark tackler Ryouma, fierce volleyball spiker Marx, king of sandcastles Hector, whatever goes they just all have to be shirtless and glistening under the sun after a brisk swim in the ocean
“Wedding” is a pretty broad term, and while I know that Western themed weddings seem to be a thing in Naruto, I couldn’t pass up the opporturnity to go with Shinto themed weddings, so have a younger Sasori and Sakura modeling the standard attire. I hope you like it!!
Side shot of Matt Bomer to truly show how intricate and beautiful his outfit was. 1. Grooming is spectacular. His hair looks perfect. Not too much product but still looks put together and stands out. 2. The buttons on vest and cufflink, offshoot each other but both so elegant.
Blaine wasn’t sure what to expect when he rang the doorbell at the Hummel-Hudsons’ home. He restlessly tapped his toes inside his shoes, waiting and imagining what might await him on the other side of the door. Would Kurt be even colder than usual, if that were possible? Or would he be flushed and warm for once, with a fever? Would he be sniffly? Did he have a sore throat? How the hell did vampires get sick?
Here’s some supernaturally-tinted sick!fic schmoop, taking place during “Silly Love Songs” in canon and featuring two boys who don’t know what the hell they’re doing but are slowly figuring it out
Part 17 of the Wax Verse. Kurt’s a vampire, Blaine’s a werewolf, etc. For the rest of the out-of-chronological-order verse thus far: Wax Masterpost
Warnings: a little bit of vom, but it’s “off-camera” if you will, not graphic. Also, the briefest, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it allusion to someone purposefully having their arm cut, but again, it’s off-camera and isn’t actually depicted in the story
Hmm. What does one wear when hanging out with your best friend on Valentine’s Day?
Blaine stood in front of his closet, contemplating. The red polo in his hands might have been perfect, but did he want to wear it with his heart-print bowtie, as annoying and constricting as that might feel right now? Should he leave it loose and casual? Then there was an even more relaxed option, his favorite burgundy cardigan and a white henley—but was that festive enough? He’d seen Kurt’s outfits. He knew what he was dealing with.
His heart jolted a little when his phone buzzed and Kurt’s name popped up.
“Good morning! Happy Valentine’s Day!” Blaine chirped as he answered the phone, holding his cardigan in front of himself in the mirror. Yes, he looked good in burgundy, and the henley would be so much more comfortable on his moon-itchy body than a buttoned-up polo, so—
“Happy…” Kurt trailed off, coughing, until he let out a tired sigh and groaned, “Happy Valentine’s Day, Blaine.”
Blaine went tense immediately. Kurt sounded exhausted, his voice soft and low and weary—and since when did vampires get coughing fits? “What’s wrong? You sound… sick.”