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30 Days a Boyfriend - Day 1

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Day 1


The bell for 7th Period rang.  "I guess that's all for today," Mrs. Vaenston said.  Shouting over the ruckus of everyone getting ready to leave, the old woman reminded her class of some important notes: "Everyone, remember that there's no homework this weekend, but we do have a quiz Wednesday, so be ready for that."

Isaac grinned a bit as he left the class, and began to hum to himself as he walked to his locker.  It was Friday – about damn time.  He could get his homework for the other classes done tonight, a little studying for Early History's quiz, and maybe Cain could come over for some gaming.  Heck, maybe Jacob would be up for it too.

Speaking of Cain, the horse showed up behind Isaac at that moment.  "Dude, is that 'YMCA'?" he asked in a tone that suggested confusion.

Isaac jumped when he realized he'd been followed without his knowing.  "Well," he said with a grin, "it's to the same tune.  I just remember there was a thing years ago, a commercial with 'TGIF' on it.  'Thank God It's Friday' block of programs, the idea stuck with me."

"Cute," Cain finally grunted with a smirk.  "What're the lyrics?"

"No idea," Isaac shrugged.  "I just remember they did that spoof for their lineup."  Cain laughed loudly, and Isaac joined him with a more quiet chuckle.

"So how's it going, anyway?" Cain asked.  The two Sophomores were next to each other in lockers, which made conversations easy.

"Ugh," Isaac muttered.  "Well, yesterday was a hell of a thing.  Ruth spattered my own food all over me at lunch, so I had to go without.  But then..."  He blushed.  "You won't believe this.  Did you hear about Jacob and Betty?"

"No," Cain said, staring at his friend, obviously concerned.  "What happened?"

"Betty gave Jacob the boot, left him hanging – knot stuck in a gloryhole," Isaac said.

"Holy – " Cain gasped.  Getting a bit of reactionary control, he continued, "I'd heard she was having a flipout over somethin', but she really 'set him up the bomb'?!"  Isaac stared at the boy.  "You know, the Zero Wing meme?" Cain asked.  Realizing that the joke went over the fox's head, he asked in shock, "You've never heard that Engrish?"

"Nope," Isaac replied.

"That won't do," Cain grinned.  "But go on, how'd you find out?"

Isaac blushed.  "I...I actually found him."

Cain blinked, freezing.  He began guffawing, laughing so hard Isaac was sure he'd pass out from lack of oxygen – certainly he collapsed against his locker, sliding to the floor.  "Oh God, that had to be awkward as hell!"

"It's not that funny," Isaac said defensively, stamping his foot – though he had to admit in hindsight it was kind of funny.  "It wasn't cut well, so it was really digging in, and he'd been like that for like half an hour."

Cain shook his head as his laughter died down.  "Oh, that sounds bad," he said as he stood up.  "So...did he get out?"

Isaac blushed, knowing his friend was popular and a rumor man – though he wasn't malicious, at least.  "...he had help," he said smally.

Cain blushed.  "Wait, did you – you like, you know – really?" he asked, stunned.

"Yeah, I blew him," Isaac said.  "And...he..."  He swallowed hard.  "He said I was better than Betty."

Cain covered his mouth and tried to stifle his laugh.  "Holy cow man."

"Yeah."  Isaac nodded.  "And we...hit it off."

"Hit it off?" Cain asked, eyes wide.  "Like you're...together?"  Isaac only nodded.  "Wow.  Never woulda guessed a guy that Christian would have that kind of...wow."

"Well, I've talked to him before," Isaac said.  "He questions that bit because of some reasons I don't really get, but I don't really know a lot about the Bible, so of course I..."  He shrugged awkwardly as his voice softened.

Cain closed his locker as he finished, and Isaac finished packing up a moment later.  The two walked towards the door.  "Wow," he grinned.  "So you're really boyfriends with Jacob."

"Yeah," Isaac nodded, still embarrassed.  "...hey, by the way.  I'm getting homework done tonight, and I wanna game and stuff tomorrow.  You up for that?"

"Fun," Cain grinned.  "I'm sure I can fit that into my busy schedule."

"Oh?  Student council meeting?" Isaac asked.  Then, realizing the truth of the matter, he added, "Or are you being sarcastic again?"

"Got it in two," Cain chuckled.

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Jacob groaned softly as his head hit the pillow of his bed.  "Honey, you've got homework," his mom called up.

"I know," he called back.  "I need to rest my brain for a bit."  He rolled onto his stomach and stared at the wall.

He'd talked to Isaac earlier that day.  Isaac had been incredibly shy – no surprise, really, since he'd always been that way.  But he almost acted like he could offend Jacob at any moment.

Jacob grumbled.  Ruth had probably done too much damage to the boy's psyche.  Granted, Jacob wasn't a professional shrink or anything, but he couldn't begin to imagine being picked on for a whole year, by the same guy.  And who the hell takes someone else's lunch and dumps it on them, just to be an asshole?

He sighed, sitting up on the corner of his bed.  Ruth had some grudge against the boy, he had to.  There was no other legitimate reason for -

Well, Ruth was always barely hanging onto his football "career".  Grades were an important part of staying on the team, after all.  Meanwhile, Isaac was pretty much a straight-A student, even with Ruth constantly harassing him.  Surely that was a blow to the football-boy's ego, inflated as it was.  Then again, Jacob had no idea what Ruth's problem was, only what it could be.

Gradewise, Jacob himself often scraped at least a few As – but math damn near killed him sometimes.  It wasn't that he couldn't "get it", he'd realized a year ago.  He just had a horrible time remembering ALL the formulae and keeping them straight.  Heck, if he just knew which formula went where, he could work backwards (assuming he had the answer) and understand how it worked, but if he couldn't get the right formula he was probably screwed.

Grumbling, he shook his head and decided, speaking of grades, that he might as well just get the homework over with.

It was about an hour before he got done, at which point his cell phone rang.  Answering, he smiled softly.  "Hey Isaac."

"Isaac?" his mom called.  "Tell him I say hi."

"Mom says hi," Jacob smirked with a roll of his eyes.  "So what was that?"

"Oh, um, I asked if you wanted to come over tomorrow...Cain's gonna be there, we're doing video games and stuff.  We might go screw around at the mall later, too."

"Alright, I'll be there.  I need a bit of help though on math – can you delay about 20 min, or should I be over early?  And what time's Cain getting there?"

"Ah, he's gonna be here at 1, straight up."

"I'll be there at 12:30 then?"

"Sounds good.  See ya then!"

"See ya then."  Jacob hung up.

"So, what's up?" his mom asked.

"Oh, uh, Isaac wants to hang tomorrow," Jacob replied.

"I see.  And how's Betty doing?"

He grimaced, looking away.  "Sore subject," he says.  "She, ah...flipped out over something, really hurt me.  We broke up."

"Oh, that's a shame," his mom said.  "There's girls like that out there...I never pegged her that type.  What sparked up this friendship with Isaac, though?"  Jacob blushed.  His mom took the silence in and blinked in realization.  "You two are...?" she asked.

"Kinda," Jacob muttered, embarrassed.

"...it's a good thing your father isn't around us anymore," she groused, remembering the man's less-than-stellar attitude towards things that "weren't normal".  It was when Jacob's little brother Paul brought home a Knights and Knaves rulebook last year that she divorced the man and told him to pack his bags.  Granted, she'd had her misgivings too, having heard only bad things, but that didn't give anyone a right to hit their child.  Scold for not asking them first, about such a large purchase?  Maybe.  But hitting their son like that was...

"Anyways," she said brightly, trying to put aside those memories.  Jacob was staring at her, she suddenly realized – the wolf-woman realized almost a minute had passed since she'd said anything.  "...yeah," she sighed, "I'm still mad as hell with that man."

"Me too," Jacob replied.  "Um, anyways, are you mad at me?"

"No," she said.  "But I will say this: give it a trial run.  I dunno, something like thirty days.  He caught you on the rebound, you might just be looking for a relationship."

"True," Jacob said.  "...I'll tell him that tonight."

"Tell him now, don't let him down," she said.

"...I'll tell him now," he sighed, dialing the number.

It was a moment before Isaac picked up.  "Hey!" the fox answered.

"Hey, um, Isaac?" he started, his mouth going a bit dry.  "Just talked to mom, about...us."

Silence.  "It go bad?"  He sounded terrified.

"No, no," Jacob said, to reassure the boy, "but...she did say give it thirty days.  Ya know, rebound stuff."

"Oh, that's...that's reasonable.  Yeah, sure."  He sounded relieved, if a bit disappointed.  "Thanks for the heads-up.  We'll talk about it more in a month, then?"

"Sure," Jacob smiled.  "Just be ready if it don't work out."

"Of course.  See ya tomorrow, right?"

"Definitely," Jacob grinned.  "See ya then."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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First in pool
Last in pool
Plot this time around.  You can see by the thumbnail :P

Jacob and Isaac are going to have a bit of fun tomorrow.  Not that kind, though!

Jacob's mom is understanding, but does she understand more than her son?

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fox 163,952, wolf 131,632, horse 43,618, plot 2,237, christian 112
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Published: 5 years, 11 months ago
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kennycox13
5 years, 10 months ago
Man, continue this series! I love this! Hope his mom doesn't find out Isaac already sucked off Jacob, imagine her face... X3
Epiklesis
4 years, 1 month ago
Is this all of it or is there more available outside of IB?
MrDumbass
4 years, 1 month ago
This is all, atm.  I'm horrible at finishing shit, which is made worse by the fact that I have a big outline :c
Epiklesis
3 years, 5 months ago
Do you have any plan to continue the series? There's a lot of potential here.
MrDumbass
3 years, 5 months ago
Oh, I would love to.  I'm just not sure what to do :/
Epiklesis
3 years, 5 months ago
Well, from the looks of it, it appears that outside of the student body and Jacob's no-longer present father, no one has qualms with the homosexual aspect of the relationship. Cain and Isaac's mother both support it and Jacob's mother, although not jumping with glee, just shows concern towards the happiness of her son.

As for Jacob, the relationship seems awkward, but he is willing to try. Issac finds the sudden relationship great, but like he admits in his joking about an ex-girlfriend, is only experiences in homosexuality are the bathroom encounter with Jacob and home practice with a toy.

This leaves multiple pathways to go, especially since you are using 3rd person and have expressed narrative aspects from multiple characters.

With the lack of experience in homosexual pursuits, this provides an opportunity to display their exploration of a gay relationship and sex. Although I can't speak for Jacob, it seems present that Isaac's first encounter with a live partner is with Jacob. This infers that Issac is a virgin. That can be used as an interesting plot point in extended times with Jacob.

As it seems at least some people of the student body know of Isaac's sexual preference, no one outside of the mothers and Cain know about Issac and Jacob having a relationship. This can be used as a device to either stir drama or explore the personal lives of them. As Issac has invited Jacob to join him and Cain, Jacob could also bring Issac into his circle of friends.

On the subject of friends, we could even pull them into the sexual aspects of the story. From having one accidentally walk in when things are getting steamy (with or without their knowledge based on how you'd want to pull a voyerism card) to having a curious friend or two join in.

There are many ways to go and if you'd want help taking this further, I'd gladly try.


JinxMcKenzie
2 years, 8 months ago
so who drew that thumbnail?
MrDumbass
2 years, 8 months ago
Same person that drew the previous thumbnail.  Check the previous chapter :P
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