That’s plenty specific, thanks 🙂 I hope you like them!
- Ok but for starters:
Kise in the most fashionable ugly christmas sweater you’ve ever
seen. He looks good. Really good. Even with the smiling reindeer on
his chest. No idea how he does it.
- There are at least
three blankets around Kise and his s/o as they’re cuddled up on the
couch. There is eggnog, cookies and KFC. And a box of tissues, in
case either tears up at The Snowman (it’s probably Kise).
- When the power cuts
out, halfway through Home Alone, both of them sit there in the dark
in quiet shock for a few seconds before s/o starts freaking out.
- The blankets, while
warm, are not great in a situation like this. Kise struggles to get
out of his cocoon, not helped by the panicked flailing of his
beloved. His first instinct is to calm them down, rubbing their back
and reassuring them that he will figure out what’s going on.
- He will ask s/o to
come with him to investigate. Not because he’s afraid of the dark, oh no, but so they’re not alone in the living
room. Grabs their hand and does not let go.
- Will use cell phone
to light his way to the utility closet.
- Kise does not know
the first thing about electrical boxes. He just sort of squints at
it and pouts.
- Googles ‘electrical
box’ on his phone.
- Somewhere in all
this, Kise has entered Serious Mode. You can tell because his eyes
have gone a shade darker.
- If it is determined that the power cut cannot be fixed with the
switches inside the house, the both of them shuffle to the front window
to see if it’s a street wide problem.
- Kise calls the power
company, voice like syrup, to see when power will come back.
- It’s a black-out.
“This calls for candles!” He’s visibly excited by the prospect, not in the least because he owns a mass of tealights and scented candles that his sisters keep giving him.
- By the time he’s
grabbed them from his bedroom and lighted them in the living room,
the power comes back on.
- Compromises by
watching the rest of the movies by candlelight, leaving the hallway
light on to reassure s/o.
- “Am I your knight in shining armour now?”