so i just stumbled upon a video with a bunch of diy science experiments in it and in one of them this guy set empty tea bags on fire and i was like ‘ooh that looks cool but i don’t see why this is science-y’ and then all of a sudden
idk if you've watched the video of them singing but katie's in it and she's laughing so i'm really confused??
i think the point is that katie and david didn’t sing along ? i didn’t watch it bc i’m not interested in exposing myself to that bullshit but that’s what i read so idk
and tbh i don’t rly think laughing is an indication that she was okay with it. i laugh at a lot of shitty things bc it’s just an awkward defense mechanism and i think a lot of people can relate to that. even more so with katie considering she was on camera at a huge convention surrounded by ppl who thought it was Hilarious
When you married John, you knew that there was going to be issues with the kids. They were so used to having their mum, Esmé, around them constantly and now to have you, was going to be a major shock to them. The youngest ones didn’t mind as much, they didn’t really understand. His eldest, Katie, was the one with the main issue. John tried hard to make Katie understand that you were there for good, she just wouldn’t accept it. Katie would constantly make up lies, in hopes that you and John would divorce. John would tell you that the stunts she pulled didn’t matter to him, but it didn’t help in any way.
Can you write something about Becca getting jealous over Kaitlyn and MC still being close (even though mc is with becca)
Hi anon! Thank you so much for being so patient! This has been such a crazy month hahaha but here is the fic! Hope you enjoy!!
Title: Jealous much?
Pairings: Becca x MC (Katie)
She heard the two girls laughing down the hall, giggling at some horror movie they were watching for the millionth time. They had been homebodies all weekend, every laugh made Becca want to rip her hair out. She had to hear them bond and laugh and giggle all weekend, it was pretty much every weekend she had to hear this. She had to listen to them laugh and giggle over something stupid. She had to look at all of the pictures they posted online of them hugging, laughing, and sometimes holding hands. They had all of these inside jokes and funny stories to tell about each other, they shared moments that Becca never had with Katie.
Becca poked her head out of her room, the laughs getting louder. She had avoided going downstairs, not ready to face her girlfriend or Katilyn. She tiptoed out, the floorboards still lead out creeks and moans as she tried to move swiftly down the hall. She walked down the stairs and behind the couch, hoping she wouldn’t be seen as she walked into the kitchen to find something to eat, glaring at the back of their heads as she moved passed.
She found herself in the kitchen a moment later, unnoticed, and began to make herself dinner. She heard footsteps behind her and then someone wrapped her arms around her waist. She sighed lightly, her body hunching over itself and she turned in Katie’s arms to look at her.
“Hey, I haven’t seen you all weekend,” Katie said, leaning in to kiss her but Becca shrugged her off without a word and crossed the kitchen, ignoring the girl that was trying so desperately to get her attention.
“Becca? What’s wrong?” Katie questioned, crossing with her and touching her shoulder but Becca brushed her off once again, her back turned to her. “Look, Becca, if I did something wrong—”
“Go talk to your new girlfriend if you really want someone to talk to you!” Becca screamed, cutting Katie off. Katie froze, her face dropping as she looked at the tired girl in front of her.
Out of the corner of her eye she saw Katilyn turn the TV off and head up the stairs to her room with the bowl of popcorn in a hand. Katie sighed, moving to close the kitchen doors before turning back to Becca. “Are you okay?” She kept her distance this time, leaning on the doors and trying not to anger Becca even more.
Becca sighed, slumping down and sitting on the floor, her back leaning up against a counter, her face falling into her hands. “I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to snap at you. I just….” She sighed, not being able to find the words.
She wasn’t sure how to tell her girlfriend she was jealous of her and Katilyn’s relationship without sounding desperate and vulnerable. She was still trying to figure out how to open up to people and how not to snap at them. She took a deep breath, setting her head back with her eyes closed on the counter. She didn’t dare look at Katie who was still standing across the room, her hands behind her back, waiting for Becca to say something to her. Becca already felt embarrassed, and her cheeks were beginning to turn hot, she needed to find a way to tell her girlfriend how she was feeling but she didn’t know how to.
As the silence in the room grew, Katie chuckled and moved across the room to sit down next to the blonde girl who looked way out of her element. She hugged her knees to her chest and ruffled Becca’s hair, trying to get her to look over at her. “Are you jealous, Becca?”
Becca sighed but nodded, opening her eyes and looking at her girlfriend who seemed to have a smirk on her face. Becca pushed her playfully, “Shut up! You know I’m not good at this vulnerability thing!”
Katie laughed and ran her hand through Becca’s hair again, causing Becca to relax a bit more and she placed her head on Katie’s shoulder, allowing Katie to wrap her arms around her.
“I know you’re not good at this,” Katie said softly, smelling the sweet shampoo that still lingered in Becca’s hair. “But you have nothing to be jealous about.” “But you guys spend so much time together,” Becca whined. “I feel like you have all of these inside jokes and funny stories about each other. You guys are always watching a horror movie together and… I just think you two are such a better match for each other than we are.”
Katie giggled again, kissing Becca’s head. “The reason why Katilyn is my best friend is that we’re practically the same person. We would murder each other in a relationship. I love being in a relationship with you. I promise you have nothing to worry about.”
Becca side again, sinking lower into Katie’s shoulder. “We just don’t have a thing.”
“Well how about every Friday we go shopping,” Katie began. “We can even just go look at stuff or walk around the mall. That’s something we both enjoy doing together. We can even get dinner or ice cream or something. No matter what it is, I’m sure I’ll have fun because I’ll be with the girl I love.”
Becca sat up and looked at Katie, a smile spreading upon the blonde’s face. Katie laced her fingers in Becca’s and kissed the back of her hand. Becca leaned over and kissed Katie on the lips softly and Katie returned it, smiling against Becca’s mouth.
“I’m sorry I’ve been such a bitch,” Becca apologized. “I’m just…not good at being in a relationship I guess.”
Katie tucked a stray piece of hair behind Becca’s, smiling to herself. “Well, for one thing, you’re apologizing for being a bitch so I can say that you’ve made some progress.” Becca giggled, her eyes meeting Katie’s and she cupped Katie’s face and kissed her softly.
“How did I get so lucky to have such an amazing girlfriend?”
*choir professor asks us to sing a specific part of a song to practice tuning*
*the measure he wants us to sing is literally just the word breast*
*tries to hold back laughter as the entire concert hall is filled with the sound of the choir angelically singing the word breast*
There’s a difference, too, between camera kissing and real life kissing, and so when we did it the first time they were like ‘well okay, just kiss’ and we kissed and I guess that just looked a little too Rated-R for the camera angle so we had to tone it down a little bit. So that was interesting. We learned that, that day.
“Blaine,” Kurt huffs, parking the car in the driveway. “It’s really no big deal. It’s not like he doesn’t know I can do it.”
“Fine, fine. I can’t believe April gave these to us–”
“Put that down, you’re underage and we’re within a hundred feet of my dad,” Kurt says, grabbing the flask from Blaine’s hand. He hesitates, then sticks it in the glove compartment with his own, hiding them under the papers and other miscellaneous junk. “Don’t let me forget about those.”