After Yuuri begins living with Victor, Yurio develops this habit of coming into their house uninvited and unannounced (they still don’t know how he got a key), crashing on their couch, watching their tv, eating their food, and generally just acting like he owns the place. They enjoy his company, of course (even if they never asked for it), but that doesn’t mean they don’t also love getting on his nerves. For example, when Yurio gets too moody, Victor and Yuuri start talking to each other in this disgustingly sweet sort of way that makes Yurio’s skin crawl. For example…
Victor: “Oh, sweetie poo~!”
Yuuri: “Yes, my darling sugarbuns?”
Yurio: … *glaring at them from the couch*
Victor: “Be a lamb and put on some tea for me?”
Yuuri: “Why of course, my adowable widdle chocowate covewed wovebug!”
Yurio: “… Guys.”
Victor: “I wuv you SOOOOOOOO much, my wuvey duvey cutesy wootsy shishi poopoo-”
Happy Valentine’s Day to all of my dear followers! You guys are amazing and I love you all. <3
Quick shout out to my girl @noenoemi for helping me find the cards. They do not belong to me and were found through Google.
Jonathan wasn’t the biggest fan of Valentine’s Day; though it had more to do with the fact that he rarely had anyone to celebrate with, than the idea of it being a made up holiday for stores to sell overpriced candy and cards to the unsuspecting public.
He dreaded the day, because it just reminded him how horribly lonely he was, and how his romantic life was virtually nil. It also emphasized how deeply in love he was with his best friend, with no hope for the future due to the fact that said best friend was straight, and completely unavailable.
Which is why, when he opened his locker on the tenth of February, he was extremely surprised to find a small red envelope sitting among his books.