- Original Work (1)
"Are you good?" Todd asked when Levon failed to form a sentence, and Levon realized how out of character it was for him to call Todd. There a was a layer of concern just under Todd's indifferent tone, and the protectiveness that seemed ever present in Todd when they were younger and Todd was always saving Levon from his problems. Levon's anger seemed to melt away at that familiar sense of security.
"I'm good," Levon spoke finally and a soft smile spread over his lips. "Are you good?"
"I'm good," Todd said gruffly.
"Are we good?" Levon asked and Todd scoffed.
"What we. There is no we. We're not friends."
"Wouldn't want you as a friend anyway," Levon snickered. "You're kind of an asshole."
Todd and Levon, and their acceptance that they were never meant to be friends.
(Disclaimer: there will be foul language, more fluff than plot, and BoyxBoy romance. Read at your own risk!)
28 Jul 2016
The proposition is simple: fake-date the single scariest human being on the planet so Todoroki Shouto can go out with his brother. The thing is, with Bakugou, Kirishima thinks he may have signed up for more than he’d bargained for. (A 10 Things I Hate About You AU.)
05 Jun 2016
"She's saying we're dating," Katsuki says, trying to put as much disgust into the word as possible. "Me. Willingly being around your freeloading ass—"
"Ah." Katsuki is definitely developing a special kind of intuition for when Kirishima's about to dish out bullshit—because he feels it now, watching the guy do that thing where he shrugs and smiles in an attempt to appear innocent. "Katsuki's a little shy about this sort of thing, you know, and we weren’t going to say anything."
For effect, he ends with an apologetic smile.
Summer that year brings Kirishima Eijirou to Katsuki's front door.
24 Sep 2018
That night, to the citizens, the explosions were a jolt of fear at every blast, but to the heroes and the students of UA, they were punches and swings, fierce fighting and loud strength. The explosions were the pulse of the battle, and the power of a boy that would never back down.
One after another, explosions set a chorus through the shuddering city.
And then, suddenly—the explosions stopped.
(In which Bakugou’s kidnapping goes a little differently, and just a few seconds could change so much.)
19 Dec 2016
“Kacchan,” he says. “What do you…do? At a hippie fest?”
Bakugou stares at him over the rim of his shades, like, you asked to come and you didn’t even fucking know? “Peace. Trees. Singing. The fucking usual.”
“Make out with your boyfriend,” Uraraka adds to the list and Bakugou slaps the horn, startling Midoriya a foot in the air.
“He is not my boyfriend,” he growls.
“I never said anything about you,” Uraraka sniffs, then turns to whisper in Midoriya’s ear, “He’s his boyfriend,” and Midoriya has to dodge the elbow jab Bakugou sends their way.
Bakugou becomes a hippie and gets a boyfriend. Midoriya gets dragged to a hippie fest, re-evaluates his life, and wonders if he deserves all the suffering he endures.
19 May 2017
He can still feel Kirishima’s gaze on him when he finishes eating, so he shoots him a sideways glare and says, “Stop being fucking coy.”
“Huh?” Kirishima asks, blinking and looking away like that’d convince Bakugou he hadn’t just been staring.
“Man up,” Bakugou hisses at him. “If there’s something you want, then fucking say it.”
Kirishima goes quiet, again, and Bakugou can practically hear the gears turning in his head. If he keeps this up, he’s going to burn out whatever brain he still has. Just as Bakugou’s about to scoff and tell him so, Kirishima leans in so that their faces are too close together.
“What,” Bakugou says, every one of his muscles locking up as he fights conflicting urges to lean closer and edge away from Kirishima’s proximity.
“You stopped me, last time,” Kirishima tells him, lips curled into a pout. “Are you going to let me say it, now?”