Skank!Kurt Fic Recs
I desperately love the Skank!Kurt/badboy!Kurt/general-wayward!Kurt trope that proliferated fandom for awhile. In my opinion there never really was enough of this. But then, all of it would not be enough. Anyways, a rec list for those who, like me, love the trope.
If anyone has any other rec’s for the trope let me know.
Tip/Tilt by Rainjoy. Blaine doesn’t always think very far ahead; it’s an acknowledged personality flaw.
Plug In Baby by mmerainbows. Blaine passes by Kurt everyday on his way home, ignoring the pink haired pierced up boy to avoid the trouble that the boy seems to surround himself with. One day, though, Blaine can’t avoid paying attention to Kurt, and one simple act of humanity creates enough drama that even Rachel is overwhelmed by it.
Trapped In Amber by happylittlebumblebee. Kurt is drifting through his senior year of high school; he bothers no-one, and finally no-one bothers him. In the four years since his mother’s death when he was thirteen years old, Kurt and his father have become strangers living in the same house. Until one day an overly-enthusiastic transfer student from some private school is asking him for directions, and his father brings home the mother of his once-tormentor.
Sinking Verse by PrinceHummel. Blaine is very much lost at his new school, but he meets someone that could possibly help. However, he turns out to be much more than Blaine had bargained for. Maybe too much.
Carry Me Home (Tonight) by blasthisass. As disagreements continue to rage in the Anderson household, Blaine is forced to spend his evenings behind a bar to pay his way through OSU. It’s not an ideal solution, but the money is good and he manages well enough. That may very well change, however, when the interested gaze of Kurt Hummel, self-proclaimed resident bad-boy, lands on him. And it seems that Kurt doesn’t have the word ‘no’ in his vocabulary.
Boys Like Us by threetequilafloor. Blaine Anderson never thought he would have any reason to venture near McKinley reform school, but that was before he met Kurt Hummel.
Blackbird by NotUnusual. It’s Blaine’s senior year, and he’s moved to a new town, where he has to attend a new school and try to make new friends. It wouldn’t be so bad, except he’s also being targeted by the school bully; Kurt Hummel. Blaine discovers that the best way to combat Kurt is to make friends with him, but can they actually get along?