KANG DANIEL SCENARIO WHERE YOU MEET FOR THE FIRST TIME AND HE IS LIKE SUPER FLIRTY WITH YOU OR SOMETHING LIKE VERY FLUFFY PLEASEEEE :)))))
I’ve been waiting for you
Omg just imagine Daniel as a barista I’m dead
Genre: Fluff and it killed me
Word count: 1 575
Summary: You had school work to do….
I was probably the only one doing what the teachers wished for you to do during a study day; actually, study. School has been a pain in the ass lately which shouldn’t really be a surprise, I don’t know what else to expect when you’re in college. I may have taken a year off before sitting down at the school bench once again but now I only regret doing it, it’s like my brain forgot everything during the year I focused on myself, now I feel like a preschooler in a crowd of smart people. With a sigh, I placed my computer in my bag along with some money and economics book. I was majoring in history mostly because I didn’t know what else to chose, how are you supposed to figure out what to do with your life when you haven’t even lived through half of it. The sky was grey when I left but I paid it no attention, too tired to even think about, let alone acknowledge, the threateningly dark clouds drawing closer. The thought alone of having to spend the day studying made me extremely grumpy and the strong wind didn’t do anything to improve my mood as its harsh blows caused my hair to go ballistic. Gripping my bag tighter, I started jogging towards the small café I was headed for, imagining the sweet bitter smell of coffee and the cozy heat surrounded by dark green walls made my heart ache. A tip, never think of warm places when you’re in a cold one.
Ten minutes later I was greeted by the warmth I so much craved, the bitter smell hit me in the face and I let go a sigh of relief. For a moment I just stood there in the doorframe, the heat in my face a loving contrast to the cruel cold my back was enduring. Once I felt like I’d been standing there too long to be acceptable I closed the door behind me and walked towards the counter, my eyes glued to the menu on the wall behind it, scanning the drinks available. Finally deciding, I turned my attention to the barista working and my mouth went completely dry. He was leaning on the counter, his curious and slightly playful gaze fixated on me. How someone can look so good while doing literally nothing is beyond me. His hair was a nice light brown, his monolid eyes so teasing in some kind of way, shoulders very broad and lips extremely kissable. Wait, what….!? I pulled myself together and, hopefully without any drool on my face, approached him with a smile on my face.
“What did I ever do to have such a beautiful lady walk in during my shift?” his comment made me blush in an instant and I seemed to have lost my ability to speak. This caused him to smirk slightly. “What can I get you today?” Slapping myself mentally I told him what I wanted.
“Just a latte please.”
“A latte for the cute history major coming right up.” and then he was on his way to the back, fixing my drink. How he knew what I majored in, I didn’t know but he did seem familiar, I guess he maybe attended the same college as me which wouldn’t surprise me, most people here did. I took my time to admire his frame as he finished up my drink; he was tall, that’s for sure, and he had one nice butt.
“Like what you see?” my gaze shifted from his behind to the back of his head. He must have felt my looks and I instantly looked down on the credit card I was occupying my fingers with. I didn’t have to look up to know he was coming back, the sound of his steps gave him away. He placed my drink before me and pushed in the total in the card reader before turning it to me.
“Did it hurt, by the way?”
“Did what hurt?” I still didn’t look at him.
“When you fell from heaven.” my head snapped up to his and he was smirking, obviously satisfied with his pick up line.
“I crawled up from hell.” I tried saying it with a poker face but that quickly went out the window when he burst out laughing. I started giggling at his reaction as he tried catching his breath. He looked up at me, still laughing, his whole face scrunched up as he laughed, it was adorable.
“You’re good,” he said approvingly while pointing at me. I took a bow at the same time as I grabbed my drink and made my way to a table. Before I looked away from him he threw a wink at me which resulted in me sitting down with a red face.
The café was almost empty, aside from me there were only two other students who needed to spend the day like me. Paying them no attention i started my computer, sipping my coffee while waiting for it to wake up. I snuck a glance at the barista only to see him looking at me already. I raised an eyebrow, got one in return and started giggling. If we keep this up I won’t get anything finished today. Logging into my computer, I decided to actually focus on the task at hand.
Two hours later I had finished the coffee but I was nowhere finished with the essay. I groaned as I leaned back, pulling at my roots. I hated economics but it was good to know, even though I don’t want to admit it. All of a sudden, the barista appeared and placed a sandwich in front of me. Then he took a seat.
“You’ve been at this for hours, you need to eat.” I eyed the sandwich suspiciously.
“You didn’t do anything to it, right?”
“Except fill it with love, no.” that brought a smile to my face and I rolled my eyes. He really is something. “You seem to be having trouble.”
“I could help if you want.
“No it’s okay, I got it under control.” he scooted his chair closer to me and soon I felt his lips on my ear.
“But if I help it would be so much more fun.” His voice was husky, it gave me goosebumps. “Your hair smells nice.” He said and pulled away, a cute smile on his face. How does he do that? How does he go from flirty to cute puppy in a couple of seconds?
“Fine, you can help.” He smiled even bigger and leaned closer in order to see the screen better. Our thighs were touching, sending tingles up my leg. I tried shaking it off but to no avail, this guy had too much of an effect on me for me to like it. So I shifted my leg away a bit, breaking the contact with his thigh. Then we started working and after another 30 minutes of accidental touches and awkward glances, I realized that my work was going nowhere. Could be because he stopped helping 15 minutes ago and was just staring at me at the moment.
“I thought you were going to help,” I said and turned to him, meeting his strong gaze.
“Your beauty is too distracting.” I looked away, my cheeks red, and he hooked his finger under my chin and turned my head back to look at him. “You don’t recognize me do you?” he did look familiar but I couldn’t put my finger on it, so I shook my head. “Hint; I had pink hair a while ago.” My eyes widened as I realized where I’d seen him before.
“You’re that English major! Daniel, right?” he chuckled at me and nodded. “How come you’re working? I thought your family was rich.”
“Wanted to earn my own money and also, while working here I get to meet cute girls.”
“Oh so you’ve done this before,” I said teasingly but he kept his serious gaze.
“No, I’ve been waiting for you.” I looked at him, waiting for an explanation to his statement, without getting one. “You’re not getting anywhere with that essay, are you?”
“No, someone has been very distracting.” he just laughed at that. “I should go though, I’ve been here for a long time now.” His face fell, he didn’t want me to leave, but he isn’t the only distracting one, I think I’m distracting him from doing his job too. So I stood up and put my stuff together. “I guess I’ll see you around.” He nodded, still a little sad that I was leaving. I started heading for the door.
“Wait!” his voice made me turn around to see him crouch down behind the counter and pull out an umbrella. That’s when I noticed it was pouring outside.
“Wouldn’t you get wet, princess.” I blushed at his nickname but accepted the umbrella anyway, except he didn’t let go. Instead, he pulled at the umbrella, causing me to stumble into him. He caught me easily, wrapping his arms around my waist. Looking deeply into my eyes, he brushed a stray hair out of my eyes and pressed a kiss to my forehead, leaving me stunned. He smiled at my reactions and let me go.
“Now I know you’ll return to be to give that back.” that was the last thing I heard before exiting into the rain.