truth or dare | charlie gillespie
paring: fem!reader x charlie gillespie
summary: reader and Charlie play truth or dare with their friends … (26) “truth or dare?” “dare” “i dare you to kiss the person you love most in this room”
warnings: mentions of drinking & being drunk
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You knew playing Truth or Dare when drunk wasn’t a good idea. Especially when you’re with your boyfriend and his friends. They were a good group and you loved everyone, but Truth or Dare with them got crazy sometimes.
It’s Owen’s birthday so everyone decided to get together to celebrate. Of course, there would be some drinking since it was Owen’s 21st birthday. You never drink, and neither does Charlie. Everyone else, who was of age to drink, always does when there’s a party. You and Charlie played the ‘parents’ when everyone’s been drinking.
Tonight was no exception.
It’s half past nine when Owen shouts to everyone in the apartment, “Let’s play a game!”
One of his friends that you don’t know that well calls out, “Truth or Dare.”
Both you and Charlie, who sit on the couch with cups full of soda, look at each other with that look of ‘oh boy, here we go’. A wild game of Truth or Dare doesn’t sound like the worst idea either. You’ve been kind of bored since you don’t drink.
Owen points to his friend and says, “Yes, it’s my birthday and I say that everyone has to play. Including the party poopers sitting on the couch.”
Charlie jumps to your defense and his when he states, “Just because we don’t drink doesn’t mean we won’t play Truth or Dare and have fun playing. We just may not have any exciting truths or dares.”
“Anyway,” Owen says when Charlie’s done talking. “Everyone gather around in the living room. As birthday boy, I get to go first.”
You scooch closer to Charlie and your boyfriend wraps an arm around your shoulders. “Okay, um, Jeremy, truth or dare?” Owen asks after looking around the room at everyone.
Jer says, “Hm. Truth.”
After a second of thinking, Owen says, “Who would you switch lives with? It can be anyone, real or fictional.”
Jeremy spends a second thinking of an answer before saying, “Reggie. Dude seems pretty cool and rocks on the bass. Okay, Booboo, truth or dare?”
Booboo says, “Dare. Some of you are boring so I’m spicing up the game.”
“Prank call the most recent person on your call list,” Jeremy states.
So, Booboo pulls out his phone. He clicks on something then puts the phone on speaker, clearing his throat.
Kenny Ortega answers the phone and says, “Booboo, nice to hear from you.”
Then Booboo says, “I quit.” He says it with a straight face too. “I quit Julie and the Phantoms.”
The other line is quiet before Kenny says, “You can’t quit Julie and the Phantoms, Booboo. You’re a very important character in the show. We need you.”
You have to cover your mouth so you don’t laugh. “I’m sorry, Kenny,” Booboo says, his voice obviously slurred. “But I quit.”
Kenny asks, “What can I do to change your mind?”
“Nothing,” Booboo says, voice monotone and face straight. “I quit.” Then he hangs up the phone. The room breaks out in laughter as Booboo quickly types something on his phone. You know that’s Booboo telling Kenny he’s not actually quitting.
After sending the text, Booboo looks up at everyone before saying, “Mads, truth or dare?”
Madison says, “Truth.”
Booboo thinks of a truth he can ask before he actually asks, “What’s the app you use most on your phone?”
“TikTok,” she states. “Okay, um, Jadah. Truth or dare?”
Jadah says, “Dare. Definitely dare.”
Mads thinks of a dare before saying, “Tell us your last text to your mom.”
Everyone in the room kind of laughs as Jadah pulls out her phone. She taps on it for a second before saying, “Going to Owen’s for his birthday. Be back soon. Yes, I promise I’ll be safe.”
That’s a pretty normal text.
“Okay, um, Charlie,” Jadah says. “Truth or dare?”
Your boyfriend says, “Dare.”
Jadah glances at you and says, “I dare you to kiss the person you love most in this room. Platonic love or romantic, I don’t care.”
Charlie makes a “pfft” sound before he tilts your head toward him and bringing his lips to yours. You gasp softly but end up kissing him back.
It’s only been about five months since you and Charlie got together and started dating. Neither of you have used the ‘L’ word with each so you have no idea if it’s a romantic type of love or platonic.
When Charlie pulls away from the soft kiss, you ask, “Was that because you platonically love me or romantically love me?”
“Romantically,” he admits.
A smile lights up your face and you tell him, “I love you romantically too.”
The entire room goes “aww” as you and Charlie share another kiss, yet this kiss feels a lot different than the kiss you both just shared two minutes ago.
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