Merry Christmas, Finn

Puck's Lettermen's Jacket

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Noah Puckerman believed he was a screw-up. That everything he touched he broke, but he was determined to start over with his best friend.

Finn Hudson approached his friend in the crowded halls of McKinley.

"Hey," he said.

"What's up man?" Puck asked as he shut his locker door.

"Can we talk?" Finn asked.

"Sure," Puck said as he followed his tall friend to the football team's locker room.

"Ok," Finn said looking around, making sure they were alone. "We're going to try to be bros again, right?"

"Right," Puck said.

"Ok, well I'm gonna need some promises from you."

"Anything."

"Ok," he said as he pulled a wrinkly piece of paper out of his back pocket. "You have to promise never to date anymore of my girlfriends, get them pregnant or lie to my face."

"I can do all of that. I promise," Puck said reassuringly.

"Alright. I believe you, dude," Finn said as he extended his fist to his best friend. Puck bumped him and they smiled at each other. "One more thing."

"What?"

"This is for you."

"What the hell is that?" Puck asked as he took the mini replica of the McKinley High Lettermen's jacket that hung from a gold string. "Is this a Christmas tree ornament?"

"Yeah," Finn said happily.

"I'm Jewish."

"Then don't put it on a tree."

"What?" Puck asked.

"Just keep it man. That jacket is who we are. Best friends and brothers in arms," Finn explained.

"Thanks," Puck said fighting back the tears that sprung to his eyes. He had known that Finn had said he was going to forgive him and that they could start over but now he was holding proof in his hands. Finally, Noah decided that Finn was his best friend and brother and if he couldn't see him be emotional, then who could; so he let the tears flow and wrapped Finn in a tight embrace. "I love you man."

"I love you too, dude," Finn said as he returned the hug from his very best friend.

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