Adults can Trick or Treat Too! - Seven
Howdy if you were unaware every night until Halloween I’m writing for a different mysme character using a randomly generated prompt :)
Warnings: spoilers for Seven’s real name!
Prompts: trick or treating as adults, sharing candy
Summary: Saeran has never gone trick-or-treating. It’s up to you and Seven to show him what he’s missed out on and make this his best Halloween ever
It was something you knew without ever having to confirm it: Saeran had never gone trick-or-treating, and had never properly celebrated Halloween at that. When Seven had gone off to college he made a strong effort to go to Halloween parties and soak in the spirit of the holiday, but Saeran had never gotten that chance.
So OBVIOUSLY you had to make sure this year Saeran had the best Halloween ever. And that started with group costumes.
That’s why you were curling your hair, putting on dramatic false eyelashes and bright pink lipstick, and wearing a bright pink, poofy dress that ended slightly below the knee. Saeyoung had wanted you to get the “hooker Princess Peach costume” as he called it, that was way too short and paired with thigh highs. But this wasn’t his night: it was Saeran’s. And you certainly didn’t want to scar the boy for life. You worked on bobby-pinning the crown so that it wouldn’t fall off your head, then pulled on your long white gloves. You were all ready.
You left the bathroom and moseyed on over to the living room. Saeyoung had asked you to start living with you and Saeran once you had gotten engaged. Saeran was truly a part of the family and was treated like one; you really worked on convincing him that he was welcome to live with the two of you for as long as he wanted… as long as he didn’t mind any unholy sounds coming from you and Saeyoung’s room at night.
Saeyoung and Saeran were sitting on the couch waiting for you, Saeran’s eyes trained on his game and Saeyoung adjusting his hat. “You two look so cute!” You squealed. The two boys jumped from their seated position upon hearing your voice. They were in matching overalls, sweaters, and hats, Saeyoung in red and Saeran in green. Saeyoung had even put a fake mustache on. It seemed Saeran refused, and was justified in doing so.
“You look nice too!” Saeyoung complimented, walking up to you and resting his hands on your hips. “You went more conservative than I hoped, but you know what? The character integrity is much better than the other costumes’.”
You rolled your eyes, patting his mustache to feel the fabric. It felt kinda like felt and honestly not very appealing. “I hate it,” you confessed, giggling. “Saeran had the right idea.” Saeran’s eyes snapped up at you and you could swear you saw him smile.
Saeyoung pursed his lips at you, trying to kiss your lips. You absolutely refused. No way in hell, not with that weird mustache. You squirmed out of his grip and hid behind Saeran, who seemed very unphased.
“I’ll kiss you by the end of the night,” he threatened. “In fact, you’ll be begging for it.”
“Ew. Please don’t,” Saeran piped in. “Don’t we have to get going anyway?”
“Yes! You’re absolutely right.” You made your way to the front door and the boys followed. You pulled out three fabric bags and handed one to each brother. “Here are your candy bags.”
Saeran opened the bag and glanced inside. “I’m gonna get this much candy?”
“Depends on how dedicated you are and how many houses you wanna visit,” you shrugged.
The three of you made your way outside and were met with a lot of the neighborhood kids, dressed up in costumes and running around with their parents. “I didn’t realize there were so many families in the neighborhood,” you commented, taking it all in. Saeran seemed shocked as well.
“Me neither. Guess we all don’t get out enough,” Saeyoung laughed.
You were pretty friendly with your nextdoor neighbors. Saeyoung had never talked to them before you were around, but once you moved in you all started to talk a lot more, having campfires every once in a while. They were a few years older than you three, but very cool. You knew they’d be happy to see your costumes.
You knocked on the door. “Alright Saeran, when they open up we say ‘trick or treat’ and then you hold your bag open and then candy. Easy enough?” You explained, giving him a quick reminder. Of course he had already known this, but you wanted to make sure he wouldn’t get nervous in the heat of the moment.
The door opened. You all sang a chorus of “trick or treat,” Saeyoung being especially enthusiastic and loud.
“Aw you guys look so cute!” The girl exclaimed. She called her husband over and he awed over your costumes as well.
“Makes me miss trick-or-treating. We should go next year,” he said.
“You can come with us!” Saeyoung exclaimed, wrapping an arm around you and one around Saeran. They gave you your candy and you were on your way to the next house.
Most houses were pretty chill, but you did run into a few Karen’s who asked if you were too old to be out. The responses varied from person-to-person. Saeyoung usually just responded with a “nope!” and talked about how it was Saeran’s first time trick-or-treating. Saeran would just glare until the people gave him candy. He could definitely be scary when he wanted to. You would offer to stop trick-or-treating and egg their house instead. All the tactics worked equally as well.
You all didn’t make it very long. You hadn’t even made it around the block before you were all wiped out, turning around to go home. You wrapped an arm around Saeyoung’s shoulder so he was half-carrying you home. “I don’t remember this being so tiring,” you complained.
“I think it’s because we got too excited beforehand. So Saeran? Did you have fun?”
He shrugged. “It was fine.”
“Wait til you get to eat the candy. That’s the best part.” Saeyoung opened the door to the house and you all followed inside, plopping down on the carpet.
“I’m not big on candy actually,” Saeran confessed, looking away awkwardly.
“No way! We’ll find something you like.” You were determined all of a sudden, taking everyone’s bags and pouring them upside-down to reveal the candy. “You like fruity or chocolate?”
He shrugged again. “Never had much candy.”
“You did like mint chocolate chip ice cream though, remember?” Saeyoung asked gently, trying to jog his brother’s memory.
Saeran’s eyes lit up and he nodded. “Guess so.”
“Okay.” You slid a Milky Way over to him. “Try this.”
He tore open the wrapper, taking a bite and shrugging. “It’s okay.”
“Not good enough,” Saeyoung shook his head. “I’ll take these then.” He sorted through and put the Milky Ways in his pile.
“Okay. How about this?” You passed him a Resse cup. A classic. You looked to him expectantly.
“Just fine again.” He crumpled up the wrapper in his hand. “I just want plain chocolate. Is there no plain chocolate?”
Your eyes lit up. You were so excited by your epiphany that you didn’t even scold Saeyoung for taking all the Reese’s. “Hershey’s.” You gave Saeran the bar. “Just plain milk chocolate.”
He broke off a piece and took a bite. You saw a smile forming as his lips quirked upwards. “That’s the one,” he decided, unable to prevent the grin from forming on his face.
“You get all the Hershey’s then.” You pushed through the candy to hone in on the chocolate bars, putting them in a neat little line in front of him. “Sound good?” You asked as you finished.
“Sounds good. I’m gonna take these all to my room and go to bed. I’m wiped out.” He loaded the chocolate back into his bag and stood up. “…Thanks. I had a lot of fun actually.” He confessed to you and Saeyoung. Bursting with pride, you both wished him good night.
“You made him really happy. Thank you.” Saeyoung grinned, laying down to rest his head in your lap.
“I couldn’t have done it without you.” You took his hat off his head, running your fingers through his hair. “We make a good team, the three of us.”
“You don’t know how happy it makes me feel to hear that. I’d kiss you, but… I’ve still got this mustache on my face.” He sighed dramatically.
“Oh well. That sucks,” you shrugged. You were not going to give in.
“Please?” He begged, a dark look in his eyes. He bit his lip very slowly, trying to seduce you?
“I’m not going to be seduced by Mario, Saeyoung,” you giggled, leaning back against the couch while you laughed.
“Awwww… rude. I knew I should’ve dressed up as hooker Mario,” he pouted. He sat up in your lap, lips agonizingly close to your own.
You caught your breath quickly, eager to focus on anything but his close proximity to you and his touch, oh the way he was holding onto your hips. “That’s a thing?” You asked, your voice breathy. He quirked an eyebrow as he noticed the inflection in your voice.
“Just give in. It’ll be so much easier… and way more fun for the both of us.” He was biting his lip again. Despite it being pretty hot, it made you laugh at how hard he was trying.
Without hesitation, you reached forward and ripped the mustache off him, dropping it on the ground. He yelped in pain and pouted. You kissed his pouty lips.
“You’re no fun,” he whined. He let go of you and stood up from his spot. “I’m going to bed.”
You jumped up to follow him. “Noooo, please don’t!” You wrapped your arms around him from behind, locking him in place.
“Told you I’d have you begging.”