Dear, Grocery Shoppers is a journal kept by Aaron Stone and his husband, Noah Fields. Here, they speak about nuances, moments of self-reflection, and just silly experiences that these two men can't help but make fun of. No matter the cost to their morality and reputation, Aaron and Noah love to turn anything and everything into a laughable moment. As they work in common retail jobs, they are here to instruct the masses on proper store etiquette through comedy. There will be consumer stupidity, nonsense from co-workers, and, worst of all...Karens.
Chandler Cross, a student at the Chicago Institute of Art, comes across someone new, one day. Someone very much in need of a mentor and a protector. The last thing Chandler ever thought he'd ever be was someone to be looked up to, but that is what he became. A guardian angel for a lost and broken boy, struggling as Chandler once struggled as a gay teen in a less than accepting world. How will he cope with this awesome responsibility now that he has Brandon . . .
Liam Henderson is the king of Montgomery High. He’s a student body president and a captain of the football team. His family comes from old money, he’s very handsome and smart. Though Liam is a near perfect creature, he made a mistake. He grew up best friends with a nerdy kid named Dylan, who just couldn't fit in with the right crowd once they got into a high school. Liam ditched him and spent the next three years bullying Dylan with his jocks.
Senior year rolled in and Dylan blossomed into a beautiful swan. Liam found himself lost in his eyes. The only problem - after everything Liam did, proud blonde boy wouldn't even look his way.
Meet Hunter Borisov, disgruntled twenty-eight year old under the table warehouse employee trying to eek out an existence with the cheapest rent he can find. All the while he tries to cope with his nightmarish parade of bad 'roommates'. Roommates that just so happen to be Warewolves/shifters, vampires, warlocks, and other Denizens of the night that most of the human population are blissfully ignorant of. Hunter isn't exactly normal himself, but he'll explain that in his sordid tale about his Family's Business and why he wants no part of it.
tshiro has a giant roll of inclusive pride stickers, a job at a nondescript welding shop, a tiktok account, and an agenda to combat the heteronormative status-quo of his chosen profession.
Keith has a rusty vintage motorcycle, the best uncles anyone could ask for, and a slight infatuation with a man who uses puns shamelessly and can bench press twice what Keith weighs. And now he needs a welding specialist.
Or: The one where Shiro is an out-and-proud welder and Keith is really into the terrible puns he makes.