Based on this prompt: Kurt hears a fake news about Blaine’s death and freaks out, but in the end Blaine’s the one he takes care of him.
~ 1.700 words, unbeta’d
There was glass all over the floor. Shattered pieces of the glass Kurt had been drinking from and had dropped not long ago. The water spread out all over the wood, soaking his socks, but Kurt barely noticed. He was staring at the television. Not even really taking in what was being showed or said, just simply staring.
He seemed shocked, broken – almost frozen in time, but inside his mind was yelling and screaming. This isn’t true, he thought, this can’t be true. But the television was telling him otherwise. It had been about seven minutes ago when Kurt was minding his own business in the kitchen, getting some water while cooking and absently listening to the television on the background. It was some kind of reality program he always loved, but it was brutally interrupted by breaking news.
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Rebel Rebel (Risky Business) :
Burt Hummel likes to think that he’s a pretty decent dad, at least most of the time. He did what he could without knowing what the hell he was doing and he thinks he did an okay job of it. Parenting is tough: setting boundaries, enforcing bedtimes, making sure your kid eats enough green vegetables. Those first eight years were hard because he and his wife, just like every other first-time parents out there, had no idea how to raise a kid. And the years after that, those were hard because he was going it alone.
But he still thinks he did an okay job of it.
And Kurt, he’s a pretty decent kid, Burt knows that. He’s on the honor roll. He’s a cheerleader. He respects curfew and he’s got a good work ethic. Sure, he acts like an entitled teenager sometimes but what kid doesn’t? Burt’s proud of him and he knows his son is going places.
So when his son starts dating Blaine Anderson, all Burt can think is Where the hell did I go wrong?
The infamous kid that blew up the middle school bathroom — two bathrooms, actually — is dating his son.