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Stuck Like Glue

By Jorge Luis Avila

Fantasy / Romance

The Beginning

Title: Stuck Like Glue

Summary: After Elena was saved and Klaus was killed, Jeremy and Tyler got closer then ever. They've become good friends but is it just friendship with these two or could there be more?


A/N: So this is my first Vampire Diaries Fanfic . This is a Jyler Pairing. I hope I did the characters justice lol eventhough I tweaked their sexual orientation. :P Lol hope you like it and please review. By the way, this is AU but takes place sometime after season 2!


Chapter 1: The Beginning

"Are you doing anything Saturday night?" asked Tyler after a few rounds of beers at The Grill.

Jeremy was pensive and did not answer Tyler right away, which annoyed the fuck out of him.

" Nope, I'ma be free that weekend, like always." Jeremy answered and diverted his attention to his food.

"Fuck, I forgot he doesn't have many friends." Tyler thought, and suddenly he felt like such a douche.

"No worries man, you can hang out with me." he offered and immediately Jeremy perked up.

" This is going to sound really stupid but is there anything interesting happening that day?" Jeremy asked.

" Yeah dork, my mom got re-elected as mayor so she has invited all the adults in town to her victory party." Tyler said with a role of his eyes.

"Then why do I need to go Ty?" Jeremy said and scratched his head in confusion.

" I don't want to get bored and we always have fun, so I figured we could do something to pass the time." Tyler answered and began to eat his food in silence. As the minutes ticked by, he accidentally flicked some leftover ketchup from his friends, which just so happens to have landed on Jeremy's jacket.

The younger guy was shocked and in retaliation, he threw a piece of left over tomato from his burger, which landed perfectly on Tyler's face.

" You're gonna pay for that Gilbert!" Tyler exclaimed, already holding the sundae on his left hand.

"Bring it." Jeremy said and smiled deviously.

Tyler threw the all of the sundae with all his might but at the last minute Jeremy ducked and all of the white ice cream landed all over Matt. Both boys couldn't help but laugh at the situation and how funny Matt looked.

"You guys fucking suck." Matt said as he wiped the ice cream from his face.

"Sorry Matt, it was Ty's fault." Jeremy stated and pointed at said boy.

"Me? It was Jeremy who started!" Ty said defensively.

" If I didn't know you guys so well, I would have thought that you two are into each other by the way you are acting right now." Matt said and rolled his eyes.

Both boys coughed nervously and immediately changed the topic.

"It was nice seeing you buddy, but we got to hit the hay so we'll be fully charged for the party and the girls tomorrow, right Jer?" asked Tyler with a raised eyebrow.

"Right!" Jeremy answered and both boys high-fived each other.

"Okay then, now get out, before you cause any more chaos." Matt said ushered the two boys out of The Grill.

"Matt needs to learn how to live a little, he's such a party pooper." Jeremy told Tyler as soon as they were both outside.

"Probably has a dick stuck permanently up his ass." Tyler said sarcastically as he got to the driver's side of his car.

Jeremy just stood there helpless, not sure if he should ask Tyler for a ride or just walk back to his house.

"What are you waiting for?" Tyler asked and looked at Jeremy straight in the eyes.

"Get in the car, I'm giving you a ride retard." Tyler answered Jeremy's unasked question. The younger Gilbert quickly obliged and got inside Ty's car.

When they were close to Jeremy's house, Tyler spoke up.

"Remember you and I are hanging out and that's final"

"Ty its ok, I don't mind staying at home and catching up on my drawings"

"No Jere, enough with this emo shit, you need to go out and make new friends"

"You sounded so gay right about now." Jeremy said with a roll of his eyes.

"We're here Gilbert." Tyler said and punch him lightly on the shoulder.

"Later Ty." Jeremy said as he got out of the car.

This better be worth it, Tyler Lockwood has never been a good friend to me but maybe its time to take this chance and see where it goes.

Should I continue?

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