15 Feb 12
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2 years ago
Turning Up the Heat // Dweedles

Dwight supposed this could be a Valentine’s day thing of sorts. He never really was one for Valentine’s day, though. Seemed kind of lame if he was honest. Almost depressing. It just so happened that this idea hit him around Valentine’s day. If the Tweedles wanted to think of it as a present, then they could. As it was, Dwight was more nervous than he thought he’d ever been in his life. He tugged the gloves onto his hands, slipping his fingers through the holes until they were sitting right. He wasn’t so sure about this outfit. It was similar to something he would normally wear, but at the same time, it was so different. 

He didn’t usually wear anything quite so daring. The guyliner was a last minute added touch. He figured it couldn’t hurt to add that to the rest of it. It made the look he was going for work a little better, anyway. Running his fingers through his hair, he tried to make it stick up just a little, ruffling it until he had the right look to complete the outfit. It was at this point that Dwight realised he had nothing else to do. It was now or never. 

Dwight grabbed his iPod, scrolling through his songs until he landed on the song. He hadn’t actually sung for anyone before. He told the Tweedles when they first got together that he would sing for them one day. He didn’t expect it to be this song, though. Shoving the iPod into his jacket pocket, he hesitantly left his room, making his way down the hall to the Tweedles room. This was going to be…interesting. He wasn’t sure why he was doing this. What reaction he was looking for. He supposed it might’ve been his own form of payback for all the teasing they’d given him. Pushing the thoughts aside, he knocked gently on their door, a small smirk on his lips as he waited patiently for the pair of them.

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