Yangyang really was about to write r/legaladvice’s wildest post yet - “Can I (20M) force the ghost (100+M) haunting my dead grandfather’s (87M) house to pay rent?”. It probably would send him to the front page by the sheer craziness of it.
- Part 127 of the quaren-fics
What Yangyang remembers of his audition tape is a blur. He picked a Cro song and left it up to his two and a half years of training and the foreign language to charm the jury and–
well, it worked.
Or, in other words: the Produce 101 AU, NCT 00 line edition.
“Get Donghyuck to take the classes,” Jaemin pleaded. “If he tries to poison me one more time with that disgrace to Korean cuisine he calls kimchi fried rice, I’m going to lose my mind.”
Or; Five times Lee Donghyuck's awful cooking brought Na Jaemin and Liu Yangyang closer together, and one time that Liu Yangyang's lovely cooking got him a boyfriend.
“Have you ever accidentally told the whole world that your enemy is your best friend?” Yangyang asks Kun that same night.
Kun doesn’t even turn to look at Yangyang who was sitting on a stool across the counter when he asks back: “Is this about that thing you said today?”
“Yes,” Yangyang admits. “I mean, not that he’s my enemy. I just don’t know why I said his name.”
“Maybe it was your subconsciousness speaking, and it spoke your deepest desire, which is to be—”
“Forget I said anything,” Yangyang huffs.
“Okay,” Jingyi says, as Sizhui puzzles this out aloud. “Okay! So the demon has been turning its victims into children.”
“I think so,” Sizhui says.
“To make them easier prey,” Jingyi says.
“Yes,” Sizhui says.
“So—” Jingyi’s voice cracks here, “this kid is Senior Wei.”
Wei Wuxian, still tangled in his own massive robes, blinks politely at them.
(Or: Wei Wuxian is cursed on a night-hunt, and the junior quartet rapidly finds themselves in over their heads.)
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26 Nov 2020