Trent made his way back to his and Jeff’s room after hanging out with Matt some after warblers practice. He had been unbelievably happy since he and Matt got together, something he never thought would happen. Now if only Nick and Jeff could pull their heads out of their asses all would be good. It frustrated Trent beyond belief that Nick didn’t see that Jeff was so madly in love with him, everyone saw it but Nick. He would never understand how the brunette could be so blind.
Trent smiled a little as he walked into his room, not surprised to see Jeff as he was, it wasn’t unusual to find him studying, it seemed like he did that all the time, especially after his freakout the other night. Yet another way to prove that Jeff was in love with Nick, the fact that he would only listen to Nick during that time.
WIth a grin Trent pulled Jeff’s headphones out of his head and sat on his bed. “We need to talk,” Trent told him with the full intention of meddling in Nick and Jeff’s relationship. Those two drove him cray cray and he was going to stop at nothing until they were together.
Jeff put his pen down, and turned in the chair to look at Trent. His stomach was twisting nervously, and his heart racing a little. Instead of letting his nervousness show on his face, he just smiled, pushing away those feelings. He knew exactly what Trent wanted to talk about, and it wasn’t exactly something Jeff wanted to. He’d had enough of the prodding and poking and coaxing. There was only so much heartache he could take.
He knew how this whole thing was going to pan out. It was how it always did. Nick would never, ever have feelings for him - like anyone ever could - and he was going to find someone. Some beautiful, smart, amazing Crawford girl. They were going to fall in love, and be sickeningly adorable, and get married. And Jeff was going to watch, because clearly he’s a masochist, and give him advice and support.
And then he was going to get his damn cats.
“Uh-oh. Are you going to break up with me, darling?” He said, giving Trent his best sad puppy face. It was probably best to keep this as non-serious as possible, and deflect Trent. He wondered how long he could keep the subject off of him and Nick.