Chris… Your hand :)
I’m gonna be real honest with you: That’s the most romantic thing I have ever heard in my life. I know, I know. It’s rushed. They’re 18. It’s ridiculous. But love is ridiculous. And wonderful. And powerful. It’s the deepest thing in life. Love is deeper than reality. This is a show that opened with Kurt Hummel getting tossed into a trash dumpster. He crawled out, he came out, he found love, he moved to the city to follow his dreams, and now his boyfriend is standing in front of him holding an engagement ring and asking for forever.
And Kurt Hummel says yes.
They wrap each other up and kiss and kiss and kiss in front of their friends and family and God and the Parents Television Council and nine million Americans. It really does get better."
“The classic Darren thing is you just have to get every one of his friends involved and then basically guilt him into doing it, because the last thing Darren wants is to be missing out on friend time.”
#STOP#WHAT IS THIS#WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO SAY#THAT YOU’RE IN LOVE#THAT YOU LIKE REMINDERS OF YOUR MAN ON YOUR SKIN#THAT YOUR NECK#AND HIPS#AND BACK#AND LIPS CRAVE THE TOUCH OF THE MAN YOU LOVE#THAT YOU CRAVE TO TOUCH HIM AS MUCH AS YOU CRAVE HIS TOUCH#THAT YOU’VE BEEN APART FOR SO LONG#YOU CAN’T STAND TO BE NEAR EACH OTHER AND NOT TOUCH#WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT TO ME (via mycollidingworlds)
Blaine Anderson (Darren Criss) and Kurt Hummel (Chris Colfer) began dating in season 2 of the Fox hit. The New York Post called the high school students “one of the most beloved TV couples of the millennium.”
"Darren Criss here, live from my kitchen. This is where I get the best light."