A Little Bit Okay [H-C Bingo]Alice had been wanting to talk to Herry for a few days now—so of course the day she decided that yes, today was the day that she was going to talk to him about it was the day they both got slammed with homework. A better person might have tried to put a more positive spin on it—mass homework meant they would be tackling it all at the public library, per an agreement as old as their friendship, and thus away from the ears of people who weren’t supposed to hear all this yet—but frankly, Alice was not a better person. She didn't even consider herself an especially great person, which was why she spent the night before this staring at the ceiling trying to decide how to best approach the situation.A Little Bit Okay [H-C Bingo] by supergeek17
As long and hard as she'd thought about this, she supposed she should have been a lot calmer, but as she dropped her backpack on the library table, she could feel her stomach turning at the prospect of saying anything, great relationship with Herry or no. Whatever Herry w
The Future Depends pt 2 [Part II of II: H-C Bingo]Neil couldn't remember a more miserable October, and it had only just begun. As he reviewed and signed off on reports, he could hear the rain pounding on the window, as well as the occasional, distant rumble of thunder. This was the kind of weather Jay said was good for sleep, and given that Jay had been complaining of back pains when he woke, Neil could easily imagine him curled up amid quilts and sheets.The Future Depends pt 2 [Part II of II: H-C Bingo] by supergeek17
Just before noon, as Neil's mind was starting to wander to the prospect of lunch (the weather was too terrible to go home, and a working lunch was becoming a distinct possibility), there was a knock on the door, barely heard over the thunder. "Come in," Neil called.
The door opened, and a sergeant stepped inside. "Lieutenant Cole," he greeted, saluting.
Neil stood long enough to return the gesture, then sat back down to approve the last reports. "Sergeant."
"There's a young lady here to see you, sir," the sergeant informed him.
Neil's pen paused over the signatory line. "A you
The Future Depends pt 1 [Part II of II: H-C Bingo]After a year of semi frequent appearances, Lieutenant Neil Cole had come to be expected at this place, and the procedure was more or less the same—come inside, remove his cap and ask for Jay's company. A girl would go to get Jay, and Jay would come to meet him, smiling and pleasant, and escort him back to his room.The Future Depends pt 1 [Part II of II: H-C Bingo] by supergeek17
A year allowed Neil a sort of familiarity with some of the girls, but it allowed him a curious sort of intimacy with Jay. There was always the reminder of what Jay did for a living, and occasionally he'd indulge—Jay's oral was always as phenomenal as it had been the first day, and his hands were just as talented—but he'd yet to actually bed him, per the latter's request.
It was a strange request, and Neil admitted that he had trouble understanding it, even with Jay's patient, and yet some how terribly panicked, explanations of his long-standing disagreement with his own body, and how he hated who he was more than what he did. Somehow, Neil couldn't bring hi
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