Agechange (12 agechange stories)
Changkyun had really messed up… like really, really messed up. He was only 18, just started college, just started his new job, and here he is… pregnant. He didn’t know what to do, but maybe, just maybe, things would get better by the day and in the end, he will be okay. “Nothing had happened, solely the established fact that we were friends, becoming better by the day. The only thing we'd ever be because we were both so terribly scared to do anything about it.” - Lauren Cagliola Green
Baekhyun always expected his Patronus to be some type of dog. He's surprised when it's not. Content Warning: bullying (i.e., unsolicited "good-natured" teasing) and anxiety
Even when they're older, and Sehun has many more years of practice and experience, he just can't seem to fool Jongdae.
After finishing his witch training years in a small town, Kyungsoo moves to take care of his ailing grandfather and take over as the local apothecary and put his knowledge of herbal remedies to good use. Chanyeol is one of his new regular customers, who comes up with more and more outlandish problems/requests just to spend more time with serious Kyungsoo.
Baekhyun is known for his pranks and jokes and general fun-lovingness. This works against him the one time he's involved in an actual accident: effectively changing his best friend's little brother into a little sister.
Among the voices in the trees, Jongdae hears a cry for help.
Kyungsoo's treasure is lost, but maybe the real treasure is friendship.
A simple man with simple needs, Baekhyun is a single father crushing on his son’s really hot babysitter.
‘You’re getting this letter because I am not coming back home. You’re getting because this is the last time I can remind you that I love you.’ The ‘I love you’ is scribbled over and bolded for importance and Jeongguk notices the pen ship gets worse and his eyesight grows blurry and unclear right along with it but Jeongguk continues to read because he knows he has to. ‘I loved being
Sometimes a court side romance isn't all that different from a seaside rendezvous.