Hi sweetie ❤ I love your blog and can you bts and got7 reaction to their girlfriends hand always cold... Sorry for my English 😢
Hi there! I’m sorry but I only do Bts stuff on this blog I hope it doesn’t bother you :3
I hope you like the reaction :)
(your english is fine hun)
Bts Reaction to you having cold hands
You would be taking a walk outside. It wasn’t very warm outside so your hands were even colder than usual. You tried to warm them by rubbing them together but it wasn’t making much difference. Namjoon saw you were struggling to warm them up.
“Jagi if your hands are cold just put them in my pockets.”
Which you did and it felt better right away, you walked around with a hand shuved in his pocket with his hand in yours feeling all nice and toasty.
You were in a restaurant eating some of the nicest food you had eaten in a while. The only problem was that your hands were pale and cold and all you could focus on was warming them up. You didn’t mention it because you didn’t want to worry him just because of your hands. Jin saw they were pale but didn’t say anything since he knew it would bother you. Instead he just held your hands to keep them warm, for time to time he would drop a few warm kisses on them. You were thankful Jin was so considerate of your feelings.
You were watching a movie, and of course your hands were cold again. You had them stuck under the cover with you and Yoongi but they were still freezing. You had had enough and just stuck them under his tshirt, to which he squealed.
“Y/N ARE YOU MAD?!”
i feel like this gif expresses his reaction well :’)
Once you had explained your hands were cold he would accept you warming them up against him.
“Just warn me before you freeze me to death.” he would say with a small smile, not wanting to admit he liked having you this close to him.
You were at a friends house for the afternoon. You had been complaining about your cold hands for a while now. Hoseok wasn’t really paying attention because he was laughing so much with his friends. But once he saaw you pouting in a corner with your hands under your armpits trying to warm them up he would come up to you to apolagize.
“Y/N I’m so sorry I didn’t realise.”
gif is him apolagizing
He would take you in a big hug and would hold your hands for the rest of the night so they could stay warm.
You and him would be laying in bed trying to sleep. You could hear his heavy breathing behind your back and you knew he was asleep. No matter how hard you triend you just couldn’t go to sleep yourself because of your freezing hands. After a while you turned around to face Jimin and approached him slowly with your cold hands that you stuck against his bare chest.
He sighed softly but didn’t move because he knew that your hands were stopping you from sleeping.
You were sat on the beach in the sun, but even if it was warm your hands were still cold. In this case you were happy they were always cold because you used them to cool your face off. Teahyung was all sweaty and couldn’t cool down so when he rembered that your hands were always cold he just grabbed them and put them on his face with a sigh of relief.
“Omg Jagi I love your cold hands!”
You two would be at the movies, and yet again your hands were cold. It hadn’t been long since you two had started dating so you were afraid to hold his hand in case it might bother him. You had them on your lap but in the end he found your hands and took them in his. He didn’t say anything so you asked him if he minded your cold hands.
“Y/N don’t be silly if I’m holding them right now it means I don’t mind.” he would tell you, with a kiss on your cheek.
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