Seokjin sighed when he clicked on the print button for the fifth time and still didn’t hear any noise of the printer. “Stupid printers”, he muttered under his breath. “Never work like you want them to.”
He decided to take a look at it. Maybe there just wasn’t any print paper. But when he walked into their office, he sighed again. For some reason, the display said it was printing, but in reality, it just wasn’t. He didn’t hear any of those annoying sounds a printer makes when it’s trying to print.
Did his boyfriend do something weird with their printer again? “Namjoon!” he shouted into the living room. A few seconds later, Namjoon’s head showed up in the doorway.
“What’s up, Jin?” he asked. “When was the last time you printed something?” Namjoon rubbed his neck.
“Last week, I guess?” It left Seokjin confused. He had printed something earlier this week, so it wasn’t his boyfriend’s fault.
“The printer doesn’t print”, the older explained. “Oh, that was why you were screaming. I was questioning myself already.” Seokjin rolled his eyes.
“But I can take a look at it, if you want me to?” Namjoon immediately walked to the printer and hit it. “Ouch”, he moans.
“Was that necessary?” Seokjin asked and Namjoon nodded. “Normally this works. I’ll try if I can fix it, you can continue with working.” The older shook his head.
“No, no, no, no, no, I won’t let you. You’ll probably break it, Joon, you know yourself, right?” Namjoon sent his boyfriend a warning glance.
“Have a little more faith in me, will you? What could go wrong with a printer?” Seokjin shrugged. “I don’t know, but with your clumsiness, you’ll probably deinstall the whole thing.” Namjoon’s smile changed into a pout.
“Jin, this is a printer. A printer with a display with buttons. And all those buttons say exactly what they do, and I’m not stupid enough to press a button saying ‘deinstall’. 148 IQ, you know, I can read.” The older smiled and shrugged.
“Okay, you can try to fix it, but I’ll ask Jeongguk tomorrow, so he can fix it.” Namjoon’s smile increased when his boyfriend walked out of the office.
“Thank you, hyung!” “For what? For allowing you to break the printer?”
“Jin-hyung!” Seokjin looked up from his laptop. “Did you fix it?” he asked, while he was walking to the office. He opened the door and saw something… he didn’t expect.
He didn’t expect Namjoon to fix it and was scared he would break it, but this… he didn’t know printers were capable of doing this.
The printer was literally spitting paper. The sheets were flying everywhere. In the middle of it, Namjoon crouched under the desk.
“Save me, hyung!” Seokjin couldn’t help laughing. “Stop it!” his boyfriend said, half-angry. “The printer wants to kill me!”
Jin moved through the room in James Bond-style, causing the younger to laugh. He took a look at the display of the printer.
“It’s finally printing!” he said, making Namjoon groan in annoyance. “Just turn it off, so I can come out of here!” Jin grabbed one of the flying sheets and concluded the printer just started printing his five orders.
“Just wait, Joon. It’s printing my order.” Namjoon looks at him, confused. “How many pages was your order?” Jin shrugged.
“Sixteen, I think? But I ordered it about five times, because it didn’t print.” Namjoon gave him a deadly glare.
“Well, you are going to buy new ink if it’s all used, Jinnie.” The printer made his last noise before shutting down and Namjoon sighed before he came out of his spot under the desk.
“Looks like Harry Potter, here”, he joked. “Why?” “Because of that scene in the first movie, you-” “No, I don’t know. I never watched Harry Potter, you know?”
“That’s barbaric!” Namjoon exclaimed. “I’ll force you to watch it. It’s god damn culture!” Seokjin sighed. “I’m going to clean it here, you can continue with… what you were doing before all this.” Namjoon nodded.
“We’re watching Harry Potter tonight!” he quickly told his boyfriend before leaving the office.