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Danny Gonzales moves in with his best friend and secret crush Drew gooden after his gf died in afganistan going to war and then one night drew gets drunk and then....find out!!!
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House of Gold is a Slash Fic featuring Drew Gooden and Danny Gonzalez, written in 2018 by DrewDanisLuvv on Wattpad.

The plot follows Drew and Danny falling in love before betrayal and lies threaten to break them apart. It all starts when Drew has to move in with Danny once his girlfriend goes missing in Afghanistan.

Additional cast members include other YouTubers, like Jake Paul and Logan Paul, as well as an original character in the form of Danny's neighbor, Jackie.

Read it here. And of course, don't confuse this with the Twenty One Pilots song of the same name.


House of Gold provides examples of:

  • Adaptational Villainy: The Paul brothers are both antagonists in this story, and both attempt to sabotage Drew and Danny's relationship.
  • Affably Evil: Drew's kidnappers may have taken him all the way to Costa Rica and started beating him, but they're also nice enough to bring him back when he insists he needs to tell Danny how he feels.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Both of the Paul brothers act kind to Drew and Danny at first, before they both reveal their antagonistic ways as soon as Drew and Danny try and be together.
  • Blackmail: Drew's kidnappers tell Danny that, if he wants to see Drew again, he needs to make a video stating that the Paul brothers are awesome.
  • Costume Porn: The only time a character's clothing is described is when we meet Jackie, whose entire outfit is explained to the audience over the course of a paragraph, including that she has a "badass" belt.
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  • Creepy Stalker Van: When Drew is kidnapped, the narrative notes that he was thrown into a white van.
  • Driven to Suicide: Danny jumps out of a window when he thinks Drew is cheating on him. He does manage to survive, however; just with a lot of broken bones.
  • Everyone Is Gay: Drew, Danny, Jake, and Logan are all into men, with Drew being the only notably bisexual character, despite all of them being into women in real-life.
  • Gasp!: Danny, as pointed out in the dramatic-reading between he and Drew, gasps a lot during the story, always to emphasize that something shocking happened.
  • Ikea Erotica: "Jake started kissing him and pushing him into the bed and they made out there. Then they started doing it."
  • Mr. Seahorse: Drew manages to get pregnant after one night of sex with Jake. Then, it becomes apparent that Danny is also pregnant...with Logan's kid.
  • Perky Goth: Jackie is described as wearing completely black clothing, including skull-themed accessories and a studded belt, but she's cheerful and helpful throughout the story. Her first line is even a happy greeting.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Apparently, Jackie's hair is so long it manages to reach her belt.
  • Random Events Plot: The story is anything but linear. An entire kidnapping barely affects the plot.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: The story contains a lot of spelling and grammar mistakes, but often ends up with actual words; one standout example is when Logan was called "Logan Pail".
  • Said Bookism: Drew "roars" at one point, and one scene has Danny "hissing".
  • Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace: The priest says this word for word, and it leads to Logan protesting the wedding on account of Danny being pregnant with his baby. He and Jake are kicked out of the wedding, and their friends hold a smaller, private wedding for them the next day.
  • Tears of Joy: Drew cries happy tears three times, first when Danny proposes, then during the wedding with Danny, and then when Danny wants to adopt the baby he and Logan are having.
  • Technicolor Eyes: Jackie has purple eyes.
  • Quote Mine: A video of Danny confessing his love for Drew is edited into a video of Danny declaring he's moved on from Drew, taking lines Danny said and jumbling them up.


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