Kurt smiled softly as Blaine laced their fingers together, marvelling at the fact that Blaine seemed to be able to read his mind…or at least his body language. He listened attentively about the meetings, Blaine wasn’t giving many details, but he guessed he wouldn’t understand most of it anyway. He really had no idea how much work went into opening a coffee shop, or who Blaine would even be having meetings with.
And then he was kissing him and to be honest Blaine could be having meetings with the queen of England for all he cared at that moment in time. He brought his own hands up to fist into Blaine’s shirt, in an attempt to pull him closer, difficult in their positions, but he didn’t care, he just wanted him nearer, he wanted to feel him, because soon he’d be leaving and he didn’t know when he’d next get to see him.
He parted his lips to deepen the kiss, marvelling that for once he couldn’t feel the familiar panic creeping into his stomach. In fact all he could feel was Blaine, it was like he was everywhere, it was almost stifling, his feelings were so strong that he didn’t know what to do with them, how to put a handle on them. So he just kissed him, because they hadn’t been able to do this properly in a long time and to be honest kissing Blaine felt like coming home every time it happened.
But then Kurt felt something pawing at his leg and for one second he considered kneeing Blaine in the balls again because really? That was his technique? Only the pawing was getting more insistent and Kurt burst into laughter mid kiss as he realised what exactly was attacking his leg.
Pulling away he shook his head, trying to get control of his laughter as he lifted Mavis from where she had escaped the blazer to come and interrupt them.
‘Oh…my…God…’ He managed to gasp out as he placed the puppy back on the blazer, stroking behind her ears fondly.
His stomach hurt from laughing, but he couldn’t stop, the one time he’d felt completely comfortable with things maybe going a little further and Mavis had interrupted them. He didn’t think he’d ever be able to take Blaine seriously again, not when he’d spent the last minute believing Blaine was pawing at his leg like a dog…
Holding his stomach as he attempted to calm down, he glanced apologetically at Blaine, before looking towards Mavis again, the laughter starting again as he pictured Blaine pawing at his leg.
Mavis Anderson-Hummel, the ultimate cockblock.
Blaine leaned over when he felt Kurt take hold of the fabric of his shirt, pulling him closer. With the way he was seated, it was sort of hard to do so, but it wasn’t like he cared in the slightest. The fact that their lips were connected was all that mattered for him, and that was all he was concerned about.
His jaw tilted forward to put more into the kiss, and he swore his entire body tingled. The things Kurt could do to him were astonishing, the things he’d always been able to do, to make Blaine feel. He’d never had this with anyone else and he never wanted to, the lovely twists of his stomach as the group of butterflies fluttered around at the touch of Kurt’s lips was something only he could produce. It was amazing and every time they kissed he was literally taken aback with how powerful they were.
He wasn’t really sure why, but the other’s mouth paused over his before Kurt burst into laughter, and his brow raised in confusion. Blaine chuckled realizing that Mavis was pawing at his knee, and however cute it was, he was sort of resentful that they’d parted because of the puppy’s interruption.
“Obviously Mavis missed us,” Blaine stifled in a laugh, smiling over as Kurt placed the puppy back on top of his blazer. And he actually hadn’t cared that the other had done so, he just wanted to kiss him again.
“You alright?” He asked after a minute, his eyebrow cocking upward as Kurt continued his fit of laughter. Blaine chuckled seeing him grasp his stomach, his smile growing when their eyes caught in a glance.
“Do you need some more attention, because I’d be more than happy to oblige.”
Blaine teased him with a smile, tilting his head towards him as his laughter calmed. “I really don’t see how it was that funny, Kurt,” He added, grinning at him, “I think you’ve gone mad.”