“She’s flirting with her again,” Santana seethed, the plastic of her drink cup crinkling in her hand.
“I know,” Tina nodded, giving the Cheerio one of her direct, practiced unamused glares.
“Worst part is, Rachel’s oblivious,” Kurt cut in, taking the cup away from Santana before it burst from the pressure. “Here, Blaine. Get the devil another cup?”
Blaine rolled his eyes, turning to head towards the kitchen. ”Yes, dear.”
“Whipped!” Santana sniggered, Tina laughing into her own cup.
Pausing, Blaine turned back around to give the two girls and his chuckling boyfriend a raised eyebrow look. “Or, you think,” he offered loftily, crossing his arms and starting to back away, “That maybe she’s completely aware of it and shopping for a fourth member of your relationship?”
It wasn’t even three seconds later before Santana and Tina were advancing on their girlfriend, wrapping themselves around her arms and practically carrying her up to Quinn’s bedroom. “I don’t care,” Santana was heard to growl, “Sex, now.”
“But - !”
“Sorry, Rachel, but I’m with Santana on this one. We want you. Now.”
“…Oh. Well, alright then. Alcohol does make me extremely susceptible to - mmmmph, ohhhhh.”
Kurt, staring up the stairs where the door to Quinn’s bedroom had just been slammed shut, looked at the crushed cup in his hand, looked at the Cheerio staring where the three girls had gone with a longing, disappointed expression on her face, and gently deposited the cup onto the nearest table. “Lesbians,” he shook his head, taking Blaine’s arm when he reappeared and stole the drink for Santana, “Blaine, just know I’m happy not to be a gay female.”
Dropping a kiss to Kurt’s forehead, Blaine grinned. “I think I’m happy about that as well.”