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Valentine's Day - What a Waste

Who: Jacob, Corvus, and others, open
Where: Lower commons
When: Thursday, after dinner

Status: Completed
Summary: A group of boys alone in the lower commons decide to try to play some games. Autumn makes a brief appearance, but decides to leave when they break out the exploding snap cards. Kaden inadvertently comes out to Corvus while they're walking to go get the aforementioned snap cards. Logan walks Autumn to the library, and Autumn decides she likes the Beauxbatons champion better than the Durmstrang one. When Alex and Kaden engage in a game of chess with the stipulation that the loser has to preform a dare, Alex has to run to the library in his boxers. Upon their return, Kaden offers to complete Alex's proposed dare for him, and he kisses Corvus before the party breaks up and the boys retreat to their given rooms.

Jake kind of wondered how much of a refuge the lower commons would actually be. How many of the couples, really, were going to actually pay attention to the signs on the door and in the common rooms?

He'd been pleased to see the sign - he was kind of getting really sick of that French couple that was always snogging in their common room. Didn't they have anything better to do?

Either way, he made his way in with a stack of books after dinner. He noticed a few other people there, and he announced: "you all damn well better be single," before he sat down on one of the couches.

"Why?" Corvus inquired from where he was sprawled across an armchair. "You looking for some lovin' Flint?" He grinned and waggled his brows at Jacob.

"Not from you, Corner," Jake shot back, but he grinned, too. He'd always thought that Corvus should've been a Slytherin, but ... well, he was a 'puff. Jake still thought he was an okay guy. "But speaking of lovin', you haven't noticed anyone snogging in here, have you?"

"I haven't been looking," Corvus quipped with a grin. "But so far, no."

"Good," Jake decided, settling in to do some homework. Or ... think about doing homework, anyway.


"You knew what was at stake when before you played the game. So, you can't blame me...since you agreed to the terms. Just curious, but what would have you made me done if I lost?" It was a random change in subject, but he wondered if the boy had anything planned out.
"Kiss Corvus," he said with a little laugh, shrugging - though it caused him to almost fall. He slid around the last corner to the library, racing for the door and sincerely hoping his luck held.

Of course, he'd want to run back, too, because he couldn't imagine walking back in his boxers. Yikes.
The response caught Kaden off guard and he slowed he run, but shook off the feeling. He gave a slight laugh, mostly out of nervousness. "Looks like you did it. I take it that you are running back, as well?"
"You bet I am," he replied with a grin before he turned to run back toward the lower commons, a little faster than he'd run toward the library ... though he was panting by the time he was halfway back.
Kaden turned and followed after Alex, but not running as fast, because he had grown tired. "I'll catch up," he said slowing down to a quick walk.
"Sure," he called back over his shoulder before he ducked around a corner. Once he reached the lower commons, he ducked inside, laughing as he staggered toward his pile of clothing.

"Have fun?" Corvus asked, glancing over to him with a little grin.

"Tons," he replied breathlessly as he pulled his pants back on.
A couple minutes later, Kaden entered the lower commons. "Well, that was interesting..." he said slightly of breath. "You should have tagged along, Corvus." He smirked and then found a seat near Corvus.
"Nuh-uh," Cor said. "The couch is comfortable. Running is not. So you can see the dilemma," he pointed out before he yawned, stretching. "Besides, it's warm in here."

Alex grinned as he pulled his shirt back on, though he didn't bother buttoning it. He played with his tie as he sat in one of the chairs to finish catching his breath.
Kaden glanced at Alex, and addressed him. "Since you were such a good, would you like me to do the 'dare' you had in mind?" He purposely didn't say the details, since Corvus was nearby. He wasn't quite sure if he'd be comfortable, but it was really the only thing he could do in return.
Alex wasn't really sure how to answer that, but he figured if Kaden really didn't want to do it, he wouldn't have brought it up, right? And if it was all Alex's idea, then ... Kaden could point that out if Corvus had an issue.

Honestly, he didn't think Corvus would. "Yeah. You want me to hold him down for you?"

Corvus quirked a brow, wondering if he was about to be hexed or sat on or something. "Is this something I need to leave the room for?"
Kaden shook his head at Alex, "No...I think I can manage on my own." He stood and strolled over to Corvus. He stared down at the boy for a moment, with an awkward smile on his face, he then leaned over and gave Corvus a kiss...on the lips.
Corvus' brows elevated when Kaden came strolling over, and he wasn't sure what he thought about that smile. And then he was kissing him. Oh. He flicked his eyes toward Alex before he grinned against Kaden's lips.

He could play, too.

Slinging one arm around Kaden's shoulders, he held him down and deepened the kiss, still grinning.

Alex shook his head. Yeah, he should've figured something like that would happen. Since he wasn't highly inclined to watch boys kiss, he shifted his gaze to the ceiling, seeking the aforementioned cracks.
Kaden definitely hadn't been expecting Corvus to deepen the kiss, but he wasn't about break it off. He couldn't believe that he was sharing his first kiss with some guy he hardly knew. However, it was nothing less than amazing, but after a moment, he pulled away. Even though it was just a dare, it was slightly embarrassing, and he was blushing.
Corvus laughed softly, releasing Kaden when he pulled away. Before this, he hadn't had anything to compare Riley's kisses to, but now he did, and it was interesting to note they had different ways of kissing.

Of course, it wasn't really a fair comparison, since this had just been a dare. Still, "you're pretty good," he said softly.

"Are you guys done?" Alex asked ... but he'd heard Corvus talking, so he assumed so.
Kaden didn't look at Corvus, but responded, "You're pretty good yourself." Then the nervous boy turned to Alex, for a moment, before taking a seat. "So...what do you guys want to do now...or should we just call it 'quits'?"

March 2008

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