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Give My Heart A Break

By themischeifisfinallymanaged

Romance

New School, New Friend?

Blaine Anderson was the new boy at McKinley High School. He was the type of guy who never had any trouble getting what or who he wanted. He was boastful, arrogant, and immature and was always causing trouble. He didn't care what anyone else thought about him, especially the teachers. With his behavior he's been kicked out of his last 5 schools in the last two years, so he never stayed in the same place for too long, but he never seemed to care. All he cared about was himself and who he had sex with. He was a heart breaker and slept with all the gay guys (and even a few girls as 'experiments') in his last schools, there wasn't many before Blaine came out but, they saw how popular and cool he was and they came out, than slept with him. Even though everyone knew he was a player they couldn't resist his gorgeous hazel eyes, sexy black curls, luscious smile and his signature black leather jacket and pink sunglasses.

Blaine got out of his car wearing his favorite pair of tight black skinny jeans, black leather jacket and pink sunglasses. As he walked into the school he lit a cigarette and strutted down the hallway until he saw a blonde cheerleader on her own at her locker. He leaned up against the locker next to her and said "Sup," the girl turned to face him. "Err hi, who are you?" she questioned.

"Names Blaine Anderson, I just transferred here…"

"Oh well, I'm Brittany S. Pierce, what brings you to McKinley High?"

"Had to come here, got kicked out of my last school… and the other 4 before that…"

Brittany looked surprised "So you're like a badass?"

"I guess" Blaine shrugged.

"That's so cool, do you wanna make out?"

Blaine raised his eyebrows. "I really would but, I'm gay…" he chuckled.

"Oh, did you know dolphins are just gay sharks?" Brittany said innocently. Blaine started to realize she wasn't the smartest girl ever… but he didn't care he just smiled at her.

"Cool, err do you know were the principal's office is Britt?"

"Yeah, this way." she grabbed his hand and were walking down the hall and Blaine threw his cigarette on the floor and was standing on it when he heard a familiar voice shout "hey, cut it out!" Blaine looked up to see a man with brown sandy hair wearing blue jeans and white shirt with a vest over it. He was with two women. One was a small ginger and the other was a tall blonde. When the man saw Blaine's face and cheeky smile his eyes widened and his bottom jaw fell to the floor. Everyone was staring as Blaine said with a smirk. "Mr Schuester, fancy seeing you here!"

"Oh my god…"

"You guys know each other?" the tall blonde woman said with a smirk on her face.

"Oh we go way back don't we Will?" Blaine grinned.

"It's Mr Schuster to you Anderson!" Shouted Mr Schue, Blaine Laughed at the sight of his face.

"I got Blaine excluded from his first school, so he set fire to my car." The tall blonde woman burst out laughing after he said that.

"You can't prove that." Blaine and the tall blonde woman said in unison. She reached out to shake Blaine's hand he took it and she said "I'm Coach Sue Sylvester, but you can call me Coach Sue."

"Blaine Anderson" He smirked. Coach Sue looked at Mr Schue and said "I like this kid Will!" Mr Schue shook his head glared at Blaine and said "Please don't tell me you've transferred here…"

"I have actually!" Blaine grinned. Mr Schue sighed angrily and walked away along with the ginger woman and Coach Sue. Everyone was staring at Blaine, he did a little side smile, took Brittany's hand and said confidently "What you all looking at?!" and walked to the principal's office.

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