on life and love;
Yuri Plisetsky glares at him with all the righteousness five year olds possess, and says in heavily accented and clumsy English. “Be more gooder, stupid!”
And then he storms out in a sweep of blond hair and blue and red lights from his Sketchers.
(Or: in which Yuri Plisetsky is Victor Nikiforov's bratty five-year-old and nothing is the same.)
When Otabek has to leave back to the dormitories, he turns to Yuri, looking slightly nervous and asks, “So, are we friends or what?”
Yuri stares at him. “Beka, I let you pet my cat.”
(OR: 5 times Yuri Plisetsky gets lost, and 1 time he's exactly where he's supposed to be.)
- Part 2 of on life and love;
“Daddy, I have something for you!” Mariko says, all heart-shaped beaming smile that creases little dips into one of her chubby cheeks. Yuuri reaches out to push the hair that is clinging to her cheek with the sea water back behind her ear.
“Oh, what is it?” he asks, giving her a little smile.
“Tada!” Mariko says, opening her hands to reveal a small perfectly shaped little shell. “I found it when I was burying Beka!”
(Or: local power couple continue loving each other and both their children a lot, but are getting real tired of waiting for best kazakh boy to become their son-in-law officially.)
- Part 3 of on life and love;