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It's Complicated: But sexy!

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i know you guys are enjoying this meme and i appreciate that but please can you put the SUBJECT HEADER on your prompt. you would REALLY be helping me out if you could do that. it just saves time for me when i'm trying to tag everything in delicious.

AND PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT repost prompts from parts three, four, five or six over here again. the delicious is around for people to find prompts they may not have already seen. (prompts for parts one and two are now up for reposting.)



Jesse/Andrew AU

*reposting from the prompt fest*

Jesse gets a job as a pianist at a really fancy restaurant/bar. He is very good at playing piano but his passion really is writing plays and acting etc and he needs the money, etc. Andrew is the barista who gets distracted by watching Jesse play with those perfect hands wearing that elegant suit every night. He kind of daydreams about Jesse's hands running all over his body instead...

IDK what this is. I just can't get the image out of my head. I would be really happy if someone could fill this. *_*

The Bartender and the Pianist- fill 1/2

Andrew had been working at The Western for seven months. He hated it. Management was difficult to work with, the other bartenders were surprisingly snobbish, and the waitresses only giggled at his accent when he spoke. He felt like a British curiosity stuck in an American museum. But the pay was good, the customers tipped well, and he really loved being in the city, so he stayed.

There's one other perk, if he can call it that. Two weeks ago, Joe, the floor manager pointed out a slight, curly headed man sitting at the black grand piano in the corner.

"Name's Jesse. New pianist. Quiet, but he seems more reliable than that last broad we had."

Andrew nodded and said nothing as he organized the martini glasses. He watched the new guy, Jesse, out of the corner of his eye. He was fingering the keys softly, no noise coming from the instrument. He sighed and tugged at the sleeves of his well cut suit as though he wasn't yet used to it.

"Excuse me," an older man said, sliding into the barstool in front of Andrew and breaking his reverie. "Whiskey sour, please."

Andrew nodded and smiled. "Of course."


For each subsequent night, Andrew bar tended distractedly, watching as Jesse leaned over the piano, long fingers plucking out smooth jazz tunes and soft ballads. He exhaled wistfully and poured a cosmopolitan into a glass for the woman in front of him. Her fingers brushed his as she took the stem of the glass and he imagined they were the callous worn long fingers of a musician. He blinked hard and turned his attention back to his work.

He poured wine and mixed drinks and wiped the counter and it wasn't long before his monotonous actions let his mind wander. He looked up tentatively towards the piano and saw Jesse looking right back at him. The pianist blushed furiously and ducked his head and launched into a feverish rendition of "Almost Like Being in Love."

They follow the same routine for the next week. Andrew carefully observes Jesse play, now smiling warmly at the pianist, and Jesse studiously avoids his eyes and blushes faintly under the cool lighting whenever he plays love songs (which most of them are). Andrew is determined to talk to him but Jesse seems to want to avoid everyone, not just him, and he doesn't stick around at the end of the night.

Re: The Bartender and the Pianist- fill 2/2

Jesse's been working at The Western for 16 days before Andrew manages to catch his attention. He's sitting in the back room, rubbing his tired wrists, and nursing a club soda, when Andrew comes in to drop off his time card.

"Long night playing?" Andrew asks conversationally, unable to take his eyes off of Jesse's long fingers massaging slow circles over his slender wrist.

Jesse looks surprised that someone has acknowledged his existence that his hands cease motion and he just looks at Andrew for a moment.

"Uh, no," he finally says, his voice surprisingly gentle. "I write."

Andrew nods. "What do you write?"

He expects Jesse to be an aspiring novelist. Maybe a poet. He could be a poet.


"Oh." Andrew smiles. "Mind if I sit? My feet are killing me."

"No, no, of course not." Jesse smiles slowly back, a little unsure.

"What do you write about?" Andrew asks, dropping gracefully into a pile of long limbs. He drags his eyes away from Jesse's hands and looks up at his intelligent blue eyes. His eyes widen as he begins to talk, his voice moving more quickly as he becomes more comfortable. He sinks further into his chair and gestures widely. Andrew smiles, completely enraptured with this strange specimen of person, a classically trained pianist turned playwright, who dreamed of acting on the off (off off off) Broadway stages to audiences of the weak and downtrodden; those who, he felt, really needed theater.

He starts to trail off when he notices Andrew isn't responding.

"So... yeah, that's basically it." He looks down at his feet and takes a sip of his drink.

"Do you want to go for a walk?" Andrew asks suddenly, a little surprised at himself. Jesse just looks up at him. "I mean, it's a lovely night and I just thought..." now Andrew trails off. Jesse wrinkles his brow and looks a little bewildered.

"You can tall me more about the staging for the show you're working on," Andrew offers, standing. He holds his hand out to Jesse without thinking. "Because it sounds fascinating."

He doleful brown eyes look so sincere that Jesse only takes a second to collect himself before taking Andrew's hand. "Well, like I was saying," he starts. "I think a minimalist set would be ideal, but the lighting. The lighting would be what would really set the scene..."

Andrew nods and leans toward him, leading him out the back exit in the direction of the park. He keeps a grip on Jesse's hand. His fingers are soft and his thumb feels rough against the back of his hand, just like he assumed it would. But the weight and pressure of being attached to a whole other person is so real and he can't help but look down and make sure it's Jesse the hand is connected to. He follows the line of his arm back to Jesse's eyes.

Andrew has been working at The Western for eight months. He loves it.

Re: The Bartender and the Pianist- fill 2/2

this is lovely.

Re: The Bartender and the Pianist- fill 2/2

I lovely fill! I like the little detail you put here, the flirty client, the snobbish colleagues :)


OMG THIS IS SO ADORABLE! Thank you so much for filling the prompt!!! I really loved it! asjdghasjklfdj