1 Work in Puckurt Big Bang
In a war torn, post apocalyptic future, Kurt Hummel has always led a sheltered life. As his father's only heir, he's been groomed from birth to marry well and closely guard the mechanical knowledge that has thusfar kept the Hummel family above others. For Kurt, marrying well means being promised to Blaine Anderson, the personable and attractive son of the famous General Anderson.
The only problem is the distance between Kurt and Blaine. With Blaine by his father's side on the warfront, and Kurt secluded in the rural countryside, Burt knows the only way to complete the marriage contract will be to send Kurt to Blaine with his chastity intact. This means, much to Burt's dismay, sending Kurt across the badlands.
The solution? Notoriously reliable Noah Puckerman.
Kurt, however, is less than thrilled with Puckerman. Instead, Kurt is determined to make Noah Puckerman as miserable as possible. To Kurt, his marriage to Blaine is an understood obligation not to be taken lightly. But Puckerman? Puckerman is mere fodder. Even if he's extremely handsome, witty, strong, and completely Kurt's type. Fodder. Kurt can't let him be anything more than that.