morphine. (ex_discover) wrote in thirtysixth,
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glasses fetish.

Title -- Glasses Fetish
Fandom/Pairing -- Milky Way Server; SECRET PAIRING IS A SECRET.
Rating -- G
Word Count -- 272
OKAY SO LIKE I WAS GOING THROUGH OLD SERVER LOGS AND.

WELL. ...YOU'LL SEE. LET'S JUST SAY AN OLD MUSE DECIDED TO REVEAL A BIT OF. INTERESTING INFORMATION. AND THIS WAS WRITTEN AT TWO IN THE MORNING SO GTFO MY SPELLING AND GRAMMAR AND GENERAL SENSEMAKING.


He finds it incredibly fascinating how those glasses glint in the fluorescent light and how black seems to turn into vibrant red when he's around.

It's a little crazy but as much as he loves kissing the mirror, there are fleeting moments where the symbologist has to stop and stare because there's just something unusually sexy (he hates that word, it sounds so adult) about a man with a gun and an unshakable demeanor. The not-exactly-older of the two twins can't help but find the security guard's sterile white gloves interesting, and he wonders what it would feel like, if that material was rough or smooth, and how it would feel running down his bare sides at times as well.

Of course, the airheaded boy is in no particular hurry to have a sword run through his throat, or a bullet through his forehead, or simply die in general for his younger brother is a rather violent one, so instead, Robert just smiles that spacey, placid smile of his and speaks ambiguously in that sugar-sweet chirping tone of his whenever a situation requiring him and his ever-so-discreet crush to interact (he is particularly proud of his performance during their time together in jail-- and when Glou suspected he had a fetish for glasses during that mess of an election year? He had reason to suspect!) arrives.

"Ohh, it's just a stupid little crush!" he just smiles and shakes his head whenever he finds his thoughts wandering to that dashing gentleman in black. Indeed, he tells himself, it's merely a fleeting fancy, a natural curiosity.

Though, he will admit, he still gets butterflies when that man's glasses glint in his general direction.
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