“…but the final moments of the episode — when Kurt and his father have a heart-to-heart about not wasting a moment and spending every second with the one you love, followed up by Blaine’s completely over-the-top (phrase of the episode!) but super sweet proposal — I don’t know, for a second I wanted to maybe start a Klaine fansite or something.”—
one of my fave things was how much fun kurt was having teasing blaine he’s like “hmhmhm you big ol’ dumbass cutie there’s a whole marching band hiding nearby because we’re getting back together today but you have no idea and i’m enjoying seeing you sweat and whine a bit too much”
spoilery kurt/blaine reaction fic for 5x01. (i’m sorry i couldn’t help myself.)
Kurt’s lost in thought, lying in bed with his left hand in the air, staring at the ring. It shines when the light of his lamp catches it a certain way and he tilts his head, almost missing it when Blaine asks, “How do you feel?”
"Sticky," Kurt says without hesitation, a smile tugging at his lips when Blaine turns his face into Kurt’s bare shoulder and huffs out a laugh.
“No, silly, I meant— How do you feel, being engaged? We haven’t really had a chance to talk with all the… celebrating.” Kurt can see Blaine gesture down to where they’re tangled up naked in the sheets out of the corner of his eye and he smiles, slow and sated, before finally looking away from his hand.
The Sidhe was the first Klaine fic I read. It brought me into this fandom. And it made me want to write. I know the same is true for a very large percentage of us.
Because Kurt and Blaine are such an amazing love story, just in canon. But then Chazzam and her beautiful story came along and put in our heads that every story we read, every story we write, is all the same two boys, the same souls, traveling through worlds to be together no matter what. Thousands of stories with a deeper meaning than just fanfic.
And we’re a part of that. We’re a part of their souls meeting again and again, because we write their words, we consume them, we draw them, we love them. We get to be a part of the greatest love story I’ve ever seen, and the reason I personally know that is because of The Sidhe and because Kurt turned around and let himself see the billions of lives he and Blaine could share. And I saw it, too.
And now it’s fucking canon. The show that gave us these boys to love and cry over and laugh with and get hysterical about and make friends because of and spend so much of our time on. That show gave us the same thing The Sidhe did, took the words almost directly from the fucking fic, and put the boys together again after so much pain.
I don’t care if they’re fictional. I’ve felt their souls meeting again and again. I’ve experienced hundreds of thousands of millions of words of it. They’re real to me.
Blaine:We met right here. I took this man's hand and we ran down that hallway. And for those that know me, I'm not in the habit of taking people's hands I've never met before but I think that my soul knew something that my mind and body didn't know yet. It knew that our hands were meant to hold each others, fearlessly and forever, which is why it's never really felt like I've been getting to know you, it's always felt like I was remembering you from something. As if every lifetime you and I have lived, we've chosen to come back and find each other and fall in love all over again, over and over for all eternity. And I just feel so lucky that I found you so soon in this lifetime because all I want to do, all I've ever wanted to do is spend my life loving you. So Kurt Hummel, my amazing friend, my one true love, will your marry me?
I’m gonna be real honest with you: That’s the most romantic thing I have ever heard in my life. I know, I know. It’s rushed. They’re 18. It’s ridiculous. But love is ridiculous. And wonderful. And powerful. It’s the deepest thing in life. Love is deeper than reality. This is a show that opened with Kurt Hummel getting tossed into a trash dumpster. He crawled out, he came out, he found love, he moved to the city to follow his dreams, and now his boyfriend is standing in front of him holding an engagement ring and asking for forever.
And Kurt Hummel says yes.
They wrap each other up and kiss and kiss and kiss in front of their friends and family and God and the Parents Television Council and nine million Americans. It really does get better.
“Cory may not have won an Emmy during his young career, but his legacy should not be measured by awards alone. The emotional outpouring that has resulted since his passing shows just how much of an impact he had made both as an actor and as a man.
Cory was a remarkably gifted actor, as well as an extraordinary human being. It’s a shame to think of how much more he would have been able to accomplish, both on and off-screen, had he not lost the battle with his personal demons.”—Examiner.com (via sofia-gleek2)