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Lets Not And Say We Did

Lets Not And Say We Did

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Not O-Fucking-Kay By kayiswritting Completed

A gay twist on a Harlequin tale.

CEO Pete Wentz is in trouble. After a very emotional breakup with his girlfriend (emotional on her end of course), She decided to ruin his life. By selling false stories about Pete being a homophobic asshole. But only half of that is true. The head of his marketing team decides that to totally expel the rumors, Pete should hire a guy to pose as his boyfriend. And Patrick Stump is just the man for the job.

After his boyfriend of almost ten years breaks up with him, Patrick finds himself in a stump. (haha) He can't afford to live in their apartment alone and his paintings haven't been selling well. So when he gets offered a job to pretend to date someone for fifty thousand dollars, he jumps at the opportunity. But can he keep his heart out of this artificial relationship? Or will real emotions surface from this faked love?

GUys wTf?! ITs bOb THe BuIlDer
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              Even though I don't know who that is. I watched Family Guy as a kid
I MIGHT JUST KILL IF YOU DONT SHUT YOUR FACE AND DROWN IN SOME HOLY WATER
Lies.
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              Wtf Get Busy Living or Get Busy Dying just came on 
                              EMOO PETEEE
tearsondeadroses tearsondeadroses 3 days ago
My sister looked over my shoulder and said "are you reading about that Green Day guy?" WHAT THE F U C K
P E T E R. L E W I S. K I N G S T O N. W E T Z. I I I. WE DO NOT USE SUCH LANGUAGE!
So I'm guessing from the comments  that in Chicago not a whole lot of people put ketchup on a hotdog