They know what’s appropriate and what’s inappropriate for what they are. They’re a shipping couple, so sometimes they just have to play up the possibility.
That’s all there is to it, right?
And in the office, they can be appropriate, right? Everyone knows it’s for show, right?
Except Off is telling Tay to act as a lookout.
Gun is pushing Off into one of the rooms, down onto the couch and unbuttoning Off’s pants, murmuring that he’d been kept waiting all morning.
By the time they hear Tay’s voice distracting possible witnesses, Gun is already riding Off’s cock. Not that anyone would see much anyway, Gun’s oversized shirt covering where their bodies are intimately connected, Off’s pants only splayed wide enough to give Gun access.
Gun comes with a groan of Off’s name on his lips and then he’s standing back up with a wince, haphazardly cleaning them off, getting dressed and checking his hair while Off does the same.
When Tay spots them again, he tells them it’s inappropriate and they both play dumb, tell him nothing had happened.
They smile and joke with staff and coworkers, as if it’s all a game.
Nothing happens again the next day.