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Odds and Ends

By Stardust585

Other / Humor

Rock, Paper, Scissors

Odds and Ends

Disclaimer: No, nothing. It's all Ryan Murphy's and Fox's.

[story originally written in the period 2010-2015 on ff.net, republished here]

A/N: I really miss Kurt/Finn friend-and-sort-of-brotherly bond this season and these scenes just kept popping in my head... The idea is these will be very short (max. 200 words – oh, this will be a challenge!), just single scenes mostly, completely unrelated and random. And hopefully funny;)

EDIT: For anyone starting this story now, I wanted to let you know I had to relinquish the 200 word limit b/c it really wasn't doable...so be warned, as of chapter 5, those are longer. I just couldn't fit in all the Furtness in so few words;D

Rock, Paper, Scissors

"Not show tunes again!" Finn whined as he got into Kurt's Navigator and the music his almost-stepbrother was playing hit him. A woman was singing high. Really high. He winced. People shouldn't be allowed to sing like that.

"Ok. Fine." Kurt pouted. "How about You're Walking Home Alone Today by The Door's There?"

"Hey, I love The Doors!" Finn exclaimed. Then he looked at Kurt. His look was like a needle and he felt like a balloon. "You're way too mean for a brother," he huffed.

"Mean? If I was any nicer, I'd have to start throwing myself in the dumpsters so that Azimio and Karofsky don't break a sweat doing it!"

Finn crossed his hands on his chest and stared ahead. Kurt rolled his eyes. He knew he was going to sulk the rest of the day if they didn't solve this now.

"How about rock, paper, scissors?" he asked innocently.

"No way! You always win!" Finn objected.

"That's the point," Kurt said haughtily. "But you could make it more difficult for me if you didn't always pick rock."

"You do the same – you always pick paper!"

"Really, Finn?" he said incredulously but seeing the serious look on his almost-stepbrother's face, he sighed. "Nope, can't fight with this logic," he added wryly. "Inexorably persuasive."

"I have no idea what that means. But we're not playing rock, paper, scissors."

So, I hope you liked this bit of Finn-Kurtishness;) If you have any ideas for Kurt/Finn scenes, feel free to share! I've got a couple more in store but I'd love to hear yours:)

Have a good day, everyone! And yay for a new eppy this evening!

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