I’ve been trying to learn German for so long and I really want to practice and get better but I’m still terrible so the idea of asking someone to, like, talk with me to help me practice just seems like a terrible idea.
it’s andrew giving in to an impulse he’s been fighting off because he knows deep down kissing neil would not be anything like kissing roland. because he cares about neil and he hates it but he knows that there’s no turning back now
it’s neil figuring out that he really does wantthis but still unsure if it’s worth the risk
it’s andrew saying ‘tell me no’ and neil not saying anything because he’s kind of in the middle of a crisis and he wants to kiss andrew, he doesn’t want to say ‘no’ but he can’t say ‘yes’ yet either
and it’s andrew pushing neil away even though he doesn’t tell him ‘no’ because he didn’t say ‘yes’ either and he knows that even if he had neil isn’t in any state of mind to be able to give consent
that kiss on the roof is the start of everything and andrew is terrified of falling but he’s really too late to stop it
Warnings: blood, abuse, mentions of sexual abuse, innuendos?
Hi! I know you’re starting up a new series and
it’s already awesome, but if you still have time for requests could you do one
where reader is together with Tjeffs but he’s been fukin up lately and he’s on
the last straw and does something stupid to snap it and LaffyTaffy is there to
comfort her cause he low-key has a huge crush on her and they get together. If
you don’t have time or I’m too late I understand tho! Keep up the good work and
don’t work yourself too hard 😄
A/N: hey yall, remember when i said i will take a few days off?Yup, I lied, I took maybe 12 hours off and I am back at it again. bold and italicized is text, just italicized is memories.
You were sitting at the dinner table, waiting until Thomas finally
came home. You were slightly frustrated, since he promised to make it home to
eat with you. You stared at the clock, watching the seconds pass by. This was
not the first time he did this.
In the beginning of your relationship, Thomas always made
sure that he had dinner with you. It was cute, and you appreciated the effort
he put into you two. But after a few months of dating, his work days became
longer and longer, sometimes leaving you waiting until one in the morning for
him to walk through the door. He used to kiss you when he walked in, but now,
he just ignored you, walking straight to bed. You thought back to an argument
the two of you had a few days ago.
walked through the door, carrying a suitcase in his hands. Your arms were
crossed against your chest, glaring at him. He barely gave you a second glance,
grabbing his plate and putting the food in the microwave to heat up. He didn’t
kiss your cheek, just like every day for weeks prior.
You said, and he grunted in response, his back to you. “What happened? You said
you’d be home at five. It’s two in the morning.” He shrugged his shoulders,
sitting at the table with the food in front of him.
know how it is, Y/N. Hamilton never shuts up, and we end up debating for hours.
I can’t let him win.” He ate his food slowly. You sighed, putting your hand to
you just tell me when you’re getting home? Maybe a call, or a text message? You
promised me that you’d do that, to make sure that I know your safe.” He scoffed
at your small speech, looking at you through droopy eyes.
handle myself. I don’t think I need to check-in with you.” You stared at him,
your eyes widening. Is he really acting like this, with you?
Why are you talking to me like this? Like I’m Hamilton?” You whispered, tears
in your eyes. He stopped eating, slamming the fork down. You jumped, shocked at
his actions. His eyes met yours, flames pouring out.
an adult, Y/N. I don’t need to hear this from you, not now. You’re always
starting fights, and I’m sick of it. Why don’t we just end this here? Madison
can take better care of me than you.” He spat, glaring at you. Your hands were
shaking, tears appearing in your eyes. You turned around, marching to the room
that you two shared.
looked for your luggage, and began packing your stuff, wanting to get out of
there as soon as possible. You heard footsteps behind you, but you ignored him,
your sniffles making you cough. You heard him sigh, and felt arms wrap around
your waist. You froze, closing your eyes.
sorry, Y/N. I didn’t mean that, you know it.” You shook your head, trying to
pull his arms from you. He held you tighter, unwilling to let go. No, you
couldn’t let him do this to you again, you had enough of his crap.
do I know that, Jeff? How do I know that you aren’t tired of me, how do I know
that your not with someone else, that you hate seeing my face?” He turned you
around, pushing your hair out of your eyes. He smiled, and kissed your lips
love you, Y/N. I’m sorry if I ever made you feel like that. I don’t want anyone
else in my life but you. Please understand that.” His kiss lingered on the
corner of your lip, tracing your jaw line and down your neck. He pulled your
shirt over your head, and smiled at you.
your eyes, groaning.
It was a constant thing between you two. He would insult
you in every way possible, and you would start to pack up your things. It felt
like a routine. After that night, he promised to make it home every day. You
made him sign a piece of paper to make sure he followed the rule. His
if I don’t make it home?” He chuckled through your kisses on his face. You
grinned at him, wiggling your eyebrows.
cookie for you.” You replied, and he widened his eyes, pushing you back against
the bed. His lips caressed your stomach, and you giggled.
never going to be late again.” He whispered.
You put your head on the table, the tears coming again. Is
this what love was like? Why did it feel like you were climbing over obstacles
just to see the one you loved? Why didn’t he just send you a text message?
You looked down at your phone, making sure you didn’t miss
any text messages.
Nope, no notifications.
“Why do you ignore me, Thomas, why do you do this to me?”
You mumbled, staring at the food on your table that’s been cold for hours.
“You’re such an ass…” You played with the lukewarm water next to you, watching
the condensation drip.
Your phone vibrated, and you quickly looked at it, your
smile coming back on your face. Instead, you say Lafayette, your friend, sent
you a message.
Laf: How are you, Y/N? Did
Thomas get home yet?
You: no, should i b scared? wat
if somthin bad happend? wat should I do?
Laf: It’ll be fine. Text me
911 if you need me to come by.
You questioned why he sent you
that, but a noise interrupted your thought process. The lock to your apartment
jiggled, and you sat up straight, a small bit of hope jumping in your chest.
You turn towards the door, watching him walk in.
His hair was a mess, and his clothes were disheveled. You
smiled at him, and he looked at you, a big grin on his face. “Guess what, Y/N?”
He asked you, running over to you. You jumped out of your seat.
“What’s up, Tom?” You asked, a small smile appearing on
your face. He laughed loudly, picking you up. You giggled, twirling around in
his arms. After a moment of your protesting and his arms tiring out, he put you
down, the smile never leaving his face.
“I finally beat Hamilton! My plan was finally passed!” You
held up your hand for a high five. He turned away from you, not noticing your
hand in the air.
“That’s great, hon. Want to celebrate? I have wine in the
fridge.” He shook his head, taking off his vest.
“It’s fine, Madison and I already went out for drinks.
Sorry about the dinner.” He kissed your forehead, and you noticed a strange
mark on his neck.
“Hey, what’s that?” You asked, moving his shirt out of the
way. It was swelled and red, and there was at least three on his neck. Your
heart dropped, and you backed away from him. The smile on his face wavered, and
he tried touching your arm. You pushed him away, stumbling back. “Please tell
me that’s not what I think it is, Thomas. Please.” You gasped desperately,
tears staining your cheeks.
“Y/N, we were just having some fun. It’s not like I had sex
with them or anything. It’s fine.” He said, his lopsided grin still there. You
pushed past him, grabbing your coat off the hanger next to the door.
You didn’t look back at him this time, grabbing your phone
off the table and taking your hat and scarf.
“Hey, where are you going?” He said, watching you move back
“Anywhere but here. I don’t need this from you anymore.”
You growled, the tears still falling out of your eyes. You tried to mend this
relationship, you really did. But Thomas seemed to care less about you and your
feelings, ignoring your pleas and your desperate attempts at fixing this.
Finally, the stupid grin on his face dropped. He stood in
front of the door, blocking your way. You frowned, sighing. “I can’t, I can’t
do this, Tommy. I can’t stand here and pretend I’m okay with you cheating on
me. I’m not okay.” He tried again to reach for you, but you backed up. “No,
kissing me and making me forget about it won’t change anything. I need some
“I can’t just let you leave, Y/N. You know that.” You
looked into his eyes, and there was anything but sorrow in them. Your heart
started beating faster, now terrified of what he was going to do. He stepped
towards you again, a warning in his eyes. “Just stay here, okay? We’ll work
this out.” It seemed more like a demand than a request.
“Thomas, you’re scaring me.” You whispered, your hands
shaking. You heard your phone vibrate in the kitchen, and you glanced behind
you. Thomas’s gaze flicked off of you, looking back to the noise as well.
You made a run for it.
You stumbled a little, your feet still having your fuzzy
socks on. You dashed around the bend in the living room, trying to get to the
kitchen before he caught you. His shoes boomed behind you, and you never felt
more afraid in your life. You spotted the phone lying there, and with the last
boost of adrenaline that you had, you grabbed the phone, quickly typing in 911.
A hand grabbed you by your shirt, pulling you back. You
gasped, falling onto the floor. Your device escaped your hand, hitting the
floor with a loud cracking noise. Thomas was furious, his eyes bloodshot red.
He pulled you up, dragging you to the room. You yelped, tugging on his hands as
much as possible.
“Stop flailing around, Y/N! Why are you acting like this?”
He grumbled, throwing you onto their bed. You scrambled to the edge, but he
pushed you down, straddling you. His face leaned down, and he rubbed his lips
on your ear, and you whimpered. He sighed and bit down, hard, on your cheek.
You cried out, tasting your salty tears.
“Please, Thomas, just let me go.” You whispered. He
You woke up the next day, leaning forward out of your bed
quickly. You looked to the side of you, noticing that Thomas was gone. You
ignored the pain in your lower abdomen and You scrambled, pulling your already
filled luggage out of the closet and walked to your bedroom door. You tried
opening it, hearing a click when you turned the knob. You did it again, and it
Thomas locked you in the room.
You fell onto the floor, your mouth slightly open.
“Y/N? Are you in there?” You heard a voice yell,
immediately recognizing it as Lafayette’s. You banged your fist on the door,
calling back to him. You heard your front door click open, and footsteps
walking around your home. “Where are you?”
“In the room.” You replied, hearing his steps come closer to the door.
“Back away, mon amour.”
He said, and you moved back. After a few seconds, you watched the door crack,
slamming open. Lafayette stood on the other side, his hair pulled back into his
signature bun. You looked at his chest moving up and down.
“Laf, how’d you know?” You
mumbled. He pulled you against him, holding you tight. You hugged him back,
letting out a deep breath. After standing there for what felt like hours, you
let him go.
“You sent me 911, love. I
did not receive the text message until this morning. Are you okay? Why were you
locked in this room?” He asked, glancing around. His eyes focused on the bed,
their gaze narrowing. You turned to what he was looking at, shocked at the
sight. On the bed, there was dried blood, probably from what happened late last
night. Lafayette examined your body, seeing if there was any more damage. He
touched a dark spot on your arm, and you hissed.
“Thomas did this to you? He…”
Lafayette’s eyes glistened, his hands shaking. You touched his cheek, wiping
away the tears.
“It’s fine, it’s fine. He was
drunk last night, he didn’t mean it. I know that he loves me, Laf. He wouldn’t
do anything to hurt me.” Lafayette opened his eyes, and kissed your fingers.
You blushed, moving your hand back to your side.
“This is not love, mom amour.
Love does not hurt, love does not draw blood. Love listens to the word no.” He
whispered. “I need to get you out of here. Pack up all your things, you’re coming
back with me.” You hesitated, looking back at your room. Thomas and you bought
this apartment, together. He wouldn’t just want you to leave without telling
“I, I can’t leave him.” You
said, opening your luggage. Lafayette touched your arm again, and you flinched.
He pulled back quickly. “Thomas is going to hate you being in here, you should
“I’m not going to leave you
here with that monster.”
“No, Y/N. Stop. Stop saying
that man loves you. If he loved you, he would have never prevented you from
taking a break. He would that never forgave himself if he saw you cry. He would
work so hard to fix what relationship you have. He would give you flowers and
chocolates occasionally, just because. He would love you with his whole being,
and even more than that. He would not lock you in a room, he would not hit you,
he would not lay a finger on you. He would not cheat on you. He would not force
you to have sex with him.”
You bit your lip, looking back
to the blood on the bed. A small part of you wanted to talk it out with Thomas,
but you knew Lafayette was right. He was always right. “Okay. Okay, I’ll go
It’s been months since you
last seen Thomas. In the first few weeks, he constantly called and texted you,
begging you to come home. You cried every time, Lafayette there to comfort you
through it. He offered to change your phone number for you, but you didn’t want
to. After ignoring him for so long, he occasionally sent you a message, saying
how better his life was without you in in.
This time, you blocked his
Now, you still love lived with
Lafayette, his kindness making you ecstatic. You two were close before, but
now, your relationship as friends grew into best friends. You knew where he hid
all of his goodies, you knew his underwear size, you even knew which brand of
toothpaste he liked the most.
There were a few things you
noticed changed between you two as well. He would walk next to you on the side
walk (the street side, of course) and make sure that your hands were entwined
in one another. You always asked him why, but he would just shrug, a small
smile on his face.
Some of your friends noticed
how Lafayette treated you, especially one of his good friends, Herc. “I’m just saying, the way he looks at you,
that’s not friendly love.” He joked once, causing you to hit him lightly on
the arm. That was only the first, Hamilton and Laurens teased you as well.
You couldn’t help but wonder
if it was true. The blush on his cheeks whenever you gave him a hug or a wink,
the protective stance he took when someone stared at you for a little too long.
He even let the waiter say that you two were dating, you had to tell them that
it wasn’t true. Of course you noticed Lafayette’s face drop for a second.
“Laf, what are you doing?” You
asked, walking over to him in the kitchen. He turned on the stove, smiling back
“Just making us some food, mon amour. Why, are you hungry?” You
nodded, sitting on a stool a few feet from him. You watched him move around the
room, admiring how graceful his movements were. After a few minutes of silence,
Lafayette sighed, his brown eyes meeting yours.
“What’s wrong?” He asked. You
looked down at your fingers, your chest tightening.
“Um… do you like me?” You
whispered, and he walked over to you, pulling you into his arms.
“I do, mon amour. Why do you think I do not?” You moved out of his arms,
and he looked at you strangely.
“No, no. I didn’t meant it
like that,” you put your face in your hands, “I suck at words. I really do.” Lafayette
stayed silent. “Lafayette, you saved me. You saved me from Thomas.” Your voice
wavered when you spoke his name. “I am forever grateful to you. I really am. It’s
just, I noticed that you act differently around me than your friends. You, you
pay special attention to me, you hold my hand when we’re walking, you never
correct people when they say we’re together. You smile about it. And, I don’t
mind. I don’t think I’ll mind being your girlfriend. You taught me how I am
supposed to be treated, you taught me how to love. I just need to know, do you
like me? Like, like me, I mean.”
Lafayette turned off the
stove, a serious look on his face. You gulped, realizing this was a mistake. Great,
you just lost your best friend because you didn’t know how to shut up. He’s
probably going to hate you now. You jumped off the stool. “Forget it, forget I ever
said anything. I’m sorry.”
“There is no need, mon amour.” He touched your arm softly,
completely different from the way your ex touched you. You felt safe in his
touch. “I did not want to make you feel like you owe me because I helped you.
But you chose to leave him, you chose on your own, and I am happy that you did
so. You see,” he led you back to the stool, and he sat directly in front of
you, your legs between his, “I have had, how you say, a crush on you. I met you
when you were together with him, and I knew that I liked you. You’re funny,
your nice, and you’re beautiful. How could I not fall in love with you? And
when I found out that he was hurting you…” His hands tightened into fists, and
you touched his hands. He took a deep breath, and put his hands in yours
instead. “I want to make sure you are okay. I do not want anything bad to
happen to you.” He whispered, small droplets falling out of the corner of his
eyes. You touched his cheek, trying to wipe them away.
“Don’t cry, Gilbert. I don’t
like to see you cry.” You smiled at him, and he laughed, pulling your face to
his. You two were inches apart, your lips almost touching. “Stop teasing me,
Laf, just kiss me already.” He rolled his eyes.
“You do not need to ask me
twice.” He pulled you closer, yours lips pressing against each others.