its a text fic where:
-bangchan isnt tired for once
-minho owns a cat cafe
-changbin is mean and grumpy
-hyunjin is a youtuber
-jisung knows everyone on the planet
-felix just wants to be alone
-seungmin is a hoe (but thats okay)
-and jeongin just got here and is hella confused
have fun figuring out names
When Crown Prince Bang “Christopher” Chan was born an alpha, his nation celebrated their luck with a 100 days of festivities.
When one year after Prince Lee “know” Minho was born an omega, his nation celebrated for 200.
When Minho was 5, he already hated the fiancé that everyone said would take him away one day.
When Chan was 6, he felt nothing but resentment at the person who’s existence restricted his life.
Starting now once a year, every year, they would meet for two weeks on a small neutral island between their nations.
At 20 they will be wed.
“I just think Yuta should ask him out,” Donghyuck says, truthfully. Even if his ulterior motive isn’t Yuta’s well-being, but his own entertainment. “He clearly likes Taeyong, and they would make such a pretty couple.”
“Yuta would never — he’s too proud,” Mark replies, and he’s right, of course he is.
But Donghyuck refuses to admit defeat. “Wanna bet on it?” he suggests.
(In which Donghyuck gets bored easily, and working at a university coffee shop means long hours where his only source of amusement is trying to misspell people's names in increasingly creative ways. That is, until regular customers Taeyong and Yuta start a weird, awkward, flirtation with each other, and Donghyuck makes a sneaky bet.)
Welcome to High School, where a babysitting club doubles as a meeting place for matchmaking children and a refuge for the panicked gays that don't know how to communicate normally.
Or, alternatively: how a bunch of couples got together just in time for Valentine's Day. Some of these arcs are more dramatic than others, but hey, at least they're all happy.
Oh, and the kids are cute too.
When Yukhei submitted his own profile to the dating agency he worked at, he didn't think it would take too long before he got paired up. His colleagues were capable people, after all, and though he wouldn't place the fate of his love life in the hands of someone like Yuta if he had the option of choosing his own agent, Yukhei was confident in saying that he more or less trusted everyone else.
So why were all of his dates complete disasters?