Double your dating epub
After bumping into them and realizing they aren't too different from him and Crowley, Aziraphale invites them on a double date.
It was nearly a year since the failed apocalypse- a cool spring morning- when Aziraphale and Crowley saw their old bosses again. The two looked around some more until their eyes landed on the bandstand.
But the luck plays out when xe discovers why Hasani seems so different between night and day, a discovery that seems to have no resolution except heartache...
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“Those assholes are perfect for each other.” “Well,” Aziraphale brushed some stray leaves from his coat. ~ “Well, at least we have an explanation for those stories in the news. “Would’ve thought they’d get lower ranking people.” “After what happened with, well us, my- upstairs would want someone trustworthy and powerful. And although he does not particularly care about Earth, he’s at least got some experience here.” Crowley nodded. “I, er, meant to szay-” “Let’s discuss this in private. “Exactly- this is purely business,” Gabriel added, adjusting his scarf.
Gabriel and Beelzebub were just doing their new jobs,” Aziraphale said, leaning back into his chair. “Beelzebub’s the same for the most part, but they’ve got other duties as the Prince of Hell. There are humans listening here,” Gabriel interrupted, to Beelzebub’s relief. Gabriel and Beelzebub followed behind the couple, and watched them walk with complete confidence, their hands clasped together.
“Well, other than us,” He couldn’t make out what they were yelling about, but he could see them clearly.
Beelzebub and Gabriel were out of breath and staring intently at each other, red faces only inches apart.
Then, they were smashing their faces together like two people who had a loose grasp on what exactly kissing was.
They had been walking through the park back to the bookshop from a delicious breakfast, well, Azirapahle would describe it that way. A very tall figure and a much smaller one were facing each other on either end of it.
Crowley hadn’t eaten anything, instead absorbing himself in a newspaper. Electronic appliances acting on their own accord and electrocuting people? He sauntered next to Aziraphale with his shoulders hunched. Crowley quickly yanked Aziraphale down behind a bush with him.
“Yep, they’re definitely here for us.” They continued to watch them trying to pick up bits of the argument.