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Second part of this drabble
Kurt gapes shamelessly as he follows Blaine into his house. His own house is pretty big but compared to Blaine, it’s a shack. There’s a huge wrap-around deck, white columns holding up the overhang at the front door, which is framed with twin panels of smoky glass. He swears under his breath when Blaine opens the door, which leads to an huge entry, dark wood floors gleaming and a sparkling chandelier hanging from the ceiling high overhead.
“Are you coming?”
Kurt stops rotating on the spot inside the door, suddenly remembering why they’re there at the sight of Blaine waiting expectantly on the second step, hand resting on the banister.
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