I hate Jared Leto lol that skank bitch *insert 5 hours rant on everything Jared Leto has done*
*Makes everything Suicide Squad about Jared Leto, despite the fact that A) Joker is not central to the movie or the plot; B) He's in the movie for like 5 minutes; C) Half of his scenes got cut and 90% of the scenes in the movie where released beforehand or were in the trailer;
*Constantly brings up Jared Leto and his Joker in every Suicide Squad discussion.*
*Is willing to question the work of make up and costume on, like, the one tattoo on the forehead of his ugly Joker despite the fact that, again, he is in the movie for so little you barely notice him, while ignoring that Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje grew old in that make-up chair because why make this about him when we can complain about Jared Leto some more?*
Summary: Emotionally isolated skank!Kurt approaches Blaine at a church youth group meeting, and somehow ends up with more feelings than he can handle.
@a-simple-rainbow prompted (and then beta’ed because she’s awesome and has super powers):
“Skank!Kurt spots yummy goody-two-shoes Blaine on his way to church youth group (partially mandated by parents, partially because he grew up with church
so it is smtg that’s part of his life and he doesn’t mind). So skank!Kurt
decides to follow Blaine and crash the meeting, all the while spending the
whole time eyefucking Blaine.”
Kurt spots him on a Wednesday afternoon in January, and he can’t tear his eyes away.
It’s been an obnoxiously boring afternoon thus far, especially considering that Kurt used to have Glee club after school where he now only has a blank space in his calendar, and he’s on his way to the tiny tobacco store across the street from the Lima Bean.
He’d be lying if he said he wouldn’t rather have a coffee than a cigarette but something about pink-haired boys with piercings ordering a grande non-fat mocha in a cozy coffee shop just screams hipster.
And Kurt isn’t hipster. So he foregoes the coffee, begrudgingly and with a promise to make himself some coffee once he gets home, and lets his eyes wander from the coffee shop back to the street so he can cross it and-
Jim Conti played both the tenor saxophone and the alto saxophone, although primarily the former. He probably could have played most of the instruments on the record, but that would be kind of rude, and Jim is very well-mannered. He also, coincidentally, sang almost as much as Tomas, harmonizing along to the garbled, often incoherent screams that were laid down first.
Tomas Kalnoky in the “Somewhere In The Between” booklet.