When He Invites You To Spend Christmas With Him ~ BTS Reaction
Your heart sunk as you realised that there no flights left to be able to get you home in order to spend the holidays with your family. You slammed the lid of your laptop down in frustration, glancing across at Jin.
“I guess that’s it then, I’m all alone for Christmas,” you sighed, taking a deep breath to try and stop yourself from getting upset.
Beside you, Jin felt terrible as he watched you try and hold it together, shaking his head gently. “You don’t necessarily have to be alone for Christmas Y/N.”
“You saw what the website said, all the flights are fully booked,” you reminded him.
“I didn’t mean spending Christmas with your family.”
Your eyebrows furrowed as the corners of his mouth slowly turned up into a smile, “who else can I spend Christmas with? Are one of the boys staying here for Christmas too?”
“No, I meant you could spend Christmas with me, and my family,” Jin grinned, watching the shock in your expression.
Your head shook in response to him, “I can’t just gate crash your family’s Christmas uninvited; I’ll be alright here at the dorm by myself.”
“Y/N, it’s not for debate, you’re coming and spending Christmas with me,” Jin assured you, taking a hold of your hand, “my mum adores you; she’ll want you there to.”
“Really? Oh Jin, that’s so sweet of you.”
As you began to tell Yoongi that you had no one local that you could spend the holidays with, he felt terrible. For weeks he had been excitably telling you how excited he was to see his family, unaware of your situation.
“I don’t mind too much,” you tried to assure him, forcing a smile to your face, “I’m quite used to spending the holidays alone.”
Straight away, his head shook back across at you, refusing to let it be the case for you for yet another year. “I’m going to ring my mum, this isn’t happening.”
“No, Yoongi I don’t want to be a burden to your mum when she’s busy,” you told him.
“She won’t want you by yourself either, trust me.”
You smiled a little more naturally as Yoongi pulled out his phone, beginning to search for his mum’s contact. “Please tell her that she can say no, I’d understand if she did.”
“If she says no, then I’m staying here,” Yoongi established with you, “I mean it when I say you’re not going to be alone.”
Your head shook at just how serious he was, “I don’t want you to miss out on time with your family like I’m going to.”
“You’re my family these days,” he whispered sweetly, pressing a kiss to the side of your head, “trust me, my mum won’t see you alone, she thinks the world of you.”
“Does she? Your mum is the sweetest.”
As soon as you finished telling Hobi about your plans for Christmas, or your lack of plans, he reached across and took a hold of your hand, squeezing it gently whilst offering you a sympathetic smile to match.
“You don’t need to feel bad for me,” you quickly tried to tell him, “I always knew that this was probably going to happen.”
His head shook back across at you, “I’m having no arguments from you on this one, but you’re coming home with me, we’ll find a way to get you there.”
“Flights will be sold out by this time of year,” you tried to explain, but he didn’t listen.
“We’ll find a different way, maybe even a road trip?”
Your smile continued to grow at the perseverance that Hobi had, “it will take hours for us to get to your home if we drive, anything could happen, we could even get stuck.”
“That would be pretty cool,” Hobi mused, finding the appeal, “it would be like being in our very own Christmas movie.”
You couldn’t help but chuckle at the way that his mind worked, “are you really willing to risk all of that to see me not alone?”
“Of course,” he instantly grinned in reply, “whatever it takes to get me and you to my parents for Christmas, I’ll do. No one should be alone for the holidays Y/N.”
“You’re right, not at the most wonderful time of year.”
You looked up at Namjoon as he placed two plane tickets in front of you, watching on as you took a closer look, reading the passenger information, the departure point and the arrival point, unable to understand.
“What are these?” You asked, picking up the tickets and waving them in front of his face, “why have you got two tickets?”
Namjoon took his out of your hand, keeping yours tightly in your hold. “They’re tickets so that we can both go home and be with my family for Christmas.”
“But I thought you said that your mum’s house was full,” you enquired to him.
“I managed to pull a few strings with her.”
Your eyes went wide as his head nodded back at you, assuring you that everything was above board. “So, I’m coming to spend Christmas with you? It’s not just a joke, is it?”
“You’re coming to spend Christmas with me,” he grinned, “I’ve got a few favours to do for my mum, but they’ll be worth it.”
You smiled appreciatively across at Namjoon, “I really appreciate you making the effort to be with me for the holidays.”
“The last thing I wanted to do was leave you to celebrate alone,” he admitted, “one way or another I was going to make sure that you spent the holidays with a family.”
“You’re the best, thank you for doing this.”
Your eyes looked to the bedroom door as Jimin returned after scampering out of the room once you’d finished telling him about how you had no plans for Christmas, except for a simple day all by yourself.
“Where did you go?” You innocently asked, instantly drawn to the huge smile that was plastered across his face.
He sat back down on the bed, nudging your arm gently. “I went and rang my mum and enquired about whether we had any extra spaces at the dinner table.”
“Jimin, I told you that I didn’t mind being by myself,” you instantly scolded him.
“There’s no way that I’m leaving you to celebrate alone.”
You smiled appreciatively as he threw his arms around your frame, tightly holding onto you. “What did your mum say in that case? Is there room for one more at the table?”
“Absolutely,” Jimin laughed, “she was more enthusiastic about you coming for Christmas then she was about me.”
Your head shook back across at him, “I’m sure that that’s not true, it’s been ages since your family all got to see you Jimin.”
“And ages since they got to see you too,” he pointed out to you, “my mum is more than happy to host you for Christmas, that’s if you want to come to Christmas with us.”
“Of course, I would absolutely love to come.”
He couldn’t quite believe what he was hearing when you told Taehyung that your family were all out of town for the holidays, and with your work schedule so busy, you had no chance of being able to join them.
“Right now, my plans are just a cosy day and night in the flat by myself,” you concluded, only to be met by his head shaking.
Immediately, Taehyung knew he wasn’t going to allow for that, “you can come and spend Christmas with me, I’m busy just like you are, it’s the perfect match.”
“Aren’t you going home to see your family for Christmas,” You asked him in reply.
“They’re coming to Seoul because I’m so busy here.”
Your heart sunk at the effort his family made for him, only wishing you could have gotten the same. “So, you can spend time with them and not worry about me,” you tried to tell him.
“Christmas for us is at my house, which means my rules,” he laughed, “I can invite whoever I want to invite to Christmas.”
You tried to protest, but Taehyung wasn’t having any of it though as he took a hold of your hand. “Will they want me there with you?”
“They don’t get a choice,” he continued to assure you, “if they want to spend Christmas with me, then they’re just going to have to accept that there’s a plus one too.”
“I really appreciate you doing this, thank you Tae.”
You smiled weakly as you caught Jungkook’s eye as he continued to pack up his suitcase ready to head back to Busan and see his family for Christmas, hating the feeling of having to leave you behind with no one to celebrate with.
“Are you excited?” You asked him as finally he finished off his case, throwing it onto the bed and zipping it up comfortably.
His head nodded in reply to you as he knelt down underneath the bed and pulled out another suitcase, “I’m excited, but I want to know if you’re excited?”
“To spend Christmas all by myself, I’m over the moon about it,” you scoffed.
“Who said anything about spending it all alone?”
You looked on in confusion as Jungkook opened up your beside table, taking several pairs of underwear and throwing them into the case. “What are you doing with those?”
“I’m packing your suitcase to come home with me for Christmas,” Jungkook told you as if it were just meant to be so obvious.
Meanwhile you still had no idea what was going on as he did so, “it’s not fair of you to mess with me like this Jungkook, I’m staying here.”
“Did you really think that I was going to leave you here by yourself?” He chuckled, “this suitcase won’t pack itself, and I’m being serious too, you’re coming with me.”
“I don’t have to spend Christmas alone after all!”
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