i’ve never really created any jimon content but here goes
simon’s been asked dozens of times if he’s okay with the fact that his ex-girlfriend and ex-girlfriend-slash-current-best-friend are getting married. and he is!!
he’s assured clary and izzy that he’s not jealous, but simon doesn’t exactly think they believe him.
ergo, thus, therefore! the only course of action is to show up to their wedding with a hot date !
this is a lot easier on paper. calling his other ex-girlfriends would probably be a good place to start, but he can’t. maia is out of the country with lily, and maureen already has a date to the wedding: rebecca, simon’s sister. #awkward
he knows that you can’t turn people gay, but it’s still a bit of a blow to his self esteem that all his exes are dating women now
anyway, his remaining list of hot, single people is pretty short
he’s not thrilled that jace is the only person left to ask, but not exactly disappointed, either
jace looks so happy when simon asks him to the wedding that he doesn’t finish his sentence, swallows the part where he was supposed to say it was to show clary and izzy he’s moved on.
simon feels a little bad about stringing jace along, at first, until jace shows up at his door on the day of the wedding with a sloppily tied bowtie and a 100-watt smile, and simon realizes that he wants this, too
it’s a beautiful wedding. luke and jocelyn give really nice toasts and no one mentions the fact that maryse and robert didn’t make the trip from idris
after clary and izzy have been pronounced wife and wife, they all dance for hours. simon lets jace lead; it seems like what captain america would want.
(”does this make me peggy carter?” “who the fuck is that?”)
What came next was unexpected. He came closer, planted a kiss on
her cheek, and she heard him whisper, “Be careful.” Wait –was he really
worried about her and her safety? Her, who could kill a man twice her
height with her bare hands? Loyal and kind and sweet and
oh-so-easy-to-read-Benji was worried, about her. Since when? Well, maybe not so-easy-to-read-Ben in the end…
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