Two-Way Street (Simon Dominic)
Anonymous asked: a simon dominic one where he’s dating a really shy girl and he introduces her to the AOMG crew and hey make her really flustered and shy? also can she be a lot younger than him?
“You sure you’re up for this?”
“Kiseok!” you said exasperatedly. “You already asked me that like five times.”
“I’ll stop asking when you stop looking like you’re scared for your life.”
You sighed, slumping a little against the backseat of the Uber the pair of you were taking to the AOMG studio. “I’m just… I’m nervous. This was gonna happen sooner or later so it’s better to just get it done with, but I…” you trailed off with a sigh.
He slipped his hand into yours, giving your fingers a gentle squeeze. “There’s nothing to worry about,” he said. “They can be a little rowdy, but they’ll love you.”
“I hope so,” you said uncertainly.
“Hey.” He reached up, his fingers landing on the side of your chin, gently turning your head so you were forced to look him in the eye. “Stop doubting yourself. There’s nothing wrong with being shy; we all get that, especially after Hyukwoo joined, and we all love him! Just… Try to take it easy. It’ll be fine.”
“I’ll try,” you said, but there was absolutely no confidence in your words, and the way Kiseok wrapped a protective arm around your shoulders showed that he knew it just as well as you did.
It was dark out by the time you arrived, and the elevator ride to their floor was silent but for the quiet whir of machinery. When the elevator stopped with a slight jolt, you took a deep breath, your heart pounding with the adrenaline that had been flooding your system the whole way up. Get it together, you told yourself, They’re just people. But they were people you wanted to make a good impression on, people that had known Kiseok before you had, people that would no doubt be at the very least skeptical of the age gap between you. You tried (and failed) to mute the thoughts as the doors slowly opened. “Let’s go,“ Kiseok said, giving your hand another squeeze before leading the way out of the elevator.