Fifty Points - Part Two
a continuation for my Olicity carnival prompt fulfillment.
This probably isn’t any good or as sexy as everyone wanted, but I like it. Let me know what you think. And as you’re reading the bit still at the carnival, a drink will pop up. Here is the recipe so you can know what I’m talking about.
Read this on Ao3 as well!
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They worked their way through the rows of vendors and carnival games, Felicity holding tight to her teddy bear, wracking her brain for ideas of Oliver’s train of thought. They had had their fair share of creative sex; they had been pretty adventurous on their trip. The idea of there still being a place they hadn’t jumped one another’s bones seemed impossible to her. But they continued walking. Oliver held her hand and occasionally tapped and rubbed the top of it with his thumb. It reminded her of the life they had left behind; a life that had created his nervous hand twitch and other habits.
But they were finally away from that, enjoying location after location.
They rode the ferris wheel despite Felicity’s protestations; she hated heights with a passion, and the idea of plunging into the carnival crowd seemed scarier. “Felicity, you do recall flying in a supersuit to save my life, right?” he asked, smiling. When she just stared at him, he added: “That was considerably higher than this ferris wheel.”
“But I was also more worried about saving your life than the height. Now there’s nothing at stake except my heart bursting from my chest!”
Oliver leaned over and kissed her cheek. “It’ll be fine, Felicity.”