holidays & divorce
Tony takes in the sight before him and sighs— a deep, long sigh, one that reflects the severity of the situation but simultaneously recognizes that he probably brought this on himself.
His ex-husband is currently stretched across Tony’s absurdly expensive futon, drooling onto the microfibre and contorted into a shape that will definitely give him neck pain later. On his chest is a heart-shaped box of chocolates, half of which appear to have been eaten.
- Part 1 of holidays & divorce
24 Dec 2018
Although Tony typically makes it a point to avoid anything that could be reasonably classified as Pepper-approved self-betterment, he will be making an exception this year in the form of a list of New Year’s Resolutions. —Well, not so much a list, exactly, it’s more like one very loud, very obvious, very critical proposition. He’s gonna write it down, put it on his calendar, say it to Jesus, and do whatever the fuck normal people do to make these things happen. In fact, even though they’re only halfway through December, it’s already emblazoned in his mind in big, flashing neon letters: STOP SLEEPING WITH EX-HUSBAND.
This is possibly an inappropriate thought to have while said ex-husband is pushing him up against his apartment door and trying to get his hand down Tony’s pants, but Tony has admittedly never excelled at being appropriate.
- Part 2 of holidays & divorce