Wu Fan doesn’t fall in love, that’s what he tries to believe every single time he’s having a crush on someone. Thus, that’s what he told himself after meeting Yixing. He believes he’s just sexually attracted to the younger. Because you see, the dancer is like a magnet. And unfortunately for the leader, he’s also a player.
He likes to tease Wu Fan: in front of the cameras, in front of Lu Han, in front of the fans, in front of manager-hyung. But what infuriates Wu Fan is the way he does it: innocently.
They’re in the kitchen right now and Wu fan doesn’t know why but he’s explaining to Yixing himself the difference between sexual attraction and love - even if he can’t make it himself.
“You don’t get it”, Wu Fan says while washing a glass.
“No, i don’t”. Yixing takes one of the wet spoon, examining it like it’s the most beautiful thing in the whole world.
Yixing has always been a bit off in Wu Fan’s opinion and it’s another thing that the leader hates, because it gets his normally well-composed brain all messed up. Or maybe it’s his heart.
“Let me show you then” he answers sharply. ‘Now is the time’ he thinks before turning around.
And right there, in the kitchen, Wu Fan leans down and kisses him.
He would have put his hands in Yixing’s hair if it wasn’t for the sponge in his right hand and the glass in the left one. He should have taken the time to put them in the sink before kissing Yixing because now the younger, inexperienced judging from the way he’s moving, tries stupidly after the initial shock, to deepen the kiss in whatever technique the amateurs try to use (you know when you put your head this way just like in the movies). And it’s worse in Wu Fan’s opinion, because he finds it cute and sexy, and now he so wants to pepper his best friend with kisses until the end of time.
‘I”m in big shit’ Wu Fan thinks before kissing back again.