Universe: Marvel Comics, Young Avengers, X-Men
Summery: Because someone had to do it eventually. Anole meets Billy & Teddy. Written for bebopbeats
“That is so cool.”
Victor brought the Frisbee down and offered it back to the blond teen who had just pronounced the use of his tongue ‘cool’. His heart skipped a few beats as the boy smiled, taking the plastic disc back, despite the fact that it was covered in Victor’s drool. He looked like the better class of god, all clean lines and classic profile. The reptilian mutant swallowed hard as the blond stuck out a hand.
Do not drool on the nice boy, Vic. Victor shook Teddy’s hand and somehow managed to introduce himself without drooling, or pouncing on the boy. “I’m Victor. I mean, Vic.”
“Nice to meet you,” Teddy said, letting go of the hand that Victor was never going to wash again and turning. “Hey, Billy! Found it!”
Victor looked in the direction Teddy had called, and his mouth went dry. The black haired boy jogging towards them didn’t have Teddy’s classical perfection, but oh god, he was pretty in a way that was so much more accessible, and his skin was flushed and shiny with sweat, and he didn’t have his shirt on.
Clearly, the imp of the perverse was determined to taunt him today.
The shirtless sex god came to a stop beside Teddy, giving Victor an inquisitive look. Teddy held up the Frisbee and gestured towards the young mutant. “He caught it with his tongue. It was so cool.”
Shirtless Sex God grinned. “Thanks for the save. Teddy keeps flinging these things way too hard. I’ve lost count of how many we’ve lost.”
“No problem,” Victor said, surprised that he actually managed to get the words out in spite of his tongue, which suddenly felt too thick and clumsy to form words. “Any time.”
Teddy’s cell phone went off, belting out a few bars of the Spider-Man song as the blond checked the caller ID. “It’s Kate. We’d better go. See ya, Vic.” He headed off, Shirtless Sex God trailing behind him. The dark haired boy tossed off a wave that Victor returned in a half hearted manner.
“Life is so unfair,” he said to the empty air.”