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Summary: Kurt and Blaine lose their daughter in the ball pit at Chuck E. Cheese. inspired by a picture I saw on twitter. ~1,154 words

Chuck E. Cheese was not Kurt’s first choice when he and Blaine had planned for Tracey’s sixth birthday. Kurt felt like he was in the middle of one of his nightmares, but this one was way worse. Patti Lupone never publishing her book couldn’t compare to this.

Here he was in the middle of Chuck E. Cheese, watching children of all ages running around while screaming at the top of their lungs, and the worst part was: all of their parents were not even watching them. Was he in some alternate universe where The Hunger Games 2.0 was a thing and he was in the middle of it? It didn’t help when Blaine was standing right next to him, looking more excited about being here than any of the kids did. “This place is so amazing,” Blaine shouted, boosting Tracey up higher on his hip, lips forming into a thrilled smile when he asks, “Not as bad as you thought, huh?”  

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Summary: Kurt and Blaine are stuck in the small, hot elevator. They only get two hours to live, but last moment confessions are always the deepest. Warnings: mentions of death, frottage, spoilers, and slight cheating. This is for Meaghan, who constantly pressured me to finish. ^u^

Kurt knew he should have taken the stairs. Granted, he only wanted to take the stairs because Blaine was also waiting on the elevator, but of course the elevator got stuck even though he mustered up all of his courage to go on it anyway.

If for some insane reason there was a God, he must really hate him.

That’s why Kurt was here, hours before the New Directions were competing, banging on the metal doors of a piece of shit elevator that had no service for their phones. Kurt was also screaming at the top of his lungs, saying things like “help.” And “We’re stuck.” He was annoyed because they were in a building full of people, it shouldn’t have taken forever for someone to hear him, right? Wrong, so very, very wrong.

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What’s a soulmate? It’s like a best friend, but more. It’s the one person in the world that knows you better than anyone else. It’s someone who makes you a better person, well, actually, they don’t make you a better person, you do that yourselfbecause they inspire you. A soulmate is someone who you carry with you forever. It’s the one person who knew you, and accepted you, and believed in you before anyone else did or when no one else would. And no matter what happens.. you’ll always love them.

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Summary: Tumblr famous fanboy!Kurt spends his days after class writing headcanons for his favorite couple in the book A Whisper in the Silence. When his posts leads him to meet fanboy!Blaine will the love of two fictional boys be the reason a new love is formed?

Big thank you goes out to Meaghan. She came up with the entire book A Whisper in the Silence.

Italics is Blaine. Bold is Kurt.

Kurt Hummel had a secret. It wasn’t a life changing secret, it wasn’t even a bad secret necessarily, but it was a secret that would surely get him teased at school over. Every day after Kurt got back home from class he would take a shower, change into his pajamas, cook dinner, opens his computer, and log into Tumblr.  It wasn’t like he was one of those crazy fans who over analyzed every single aspect of everything ever. Okay, so maybe he was kind of like that, but he still knew how to separate fiction from reality.

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