“Don’t worry Daichi,” Sugawara whispered. “This is going to be easy!”
Daichi rubbed his eyes and sighed. “Oh, I’m sure the universe will find a way to make it difficult.”
“No way. We’re together. And nothing bad can happen when we’re together.”
Daichi warmed momentarily, going soft and giddy over the cheesy line.
He decided not to remind him that it was them being together that got them into this mess in the first place.
After a drunken wish gone wrong, Sugawara and Daichi are dropped into the nightmare of being stuck in each other's body.
It's okay though because Sugawara and Daichi are best friends and they know everything about one another.
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26 Feb 2021
"Your partner doesn't need to hold anyone's hand other than yours," Sakusa's father crouches, "And you can wear gloves."
Sakusa ponders. He hears the other skaters of rink two whiz past as they launch themselves into lifts.
"Alright," He looks up from the ice, not knowing how he'll dedicate the next couple of decades to this sport, this partnership, this boy.
- Part 1 of we call everything on the ice, "love"
05 Oct 2020
And one thing he learned himself.
(Or: The MSBY Black Jackals are cursed when it comes to love, and Sakusa suffers.)
Kageyama Tobio leads a simple life: he goes to work and writes music for money, he goes home and writes music for himself. His only company being his beloved cat, Carrot, who is sweet and perfect and perhaps just a little bit spoiled. So when Kageyama takes Carrot to the vets for her annual check-up, only to be told by the new vet she is drastically overweight and needs to go on a diet, he is horrified. And rather insulted.
Reluctantly agreeing to put his cat on a diet, Kageyama is at first determined to simply put up with Hinata, his new vet, until Ukai recovers from his bad back and can return. But, unfortunately, things don't go quite to plan as Carrot becomes immediately smitten with Hinata; her owner following suit soon after.
(A romantic comedy AU; where Kageyama, a music producer with a very fat cat, falls for Hinata the veterinarian.)
- Part 1 of Biscuits Verse
Kita Shinsuke had experienced a lot in life. He had been raised with his grandmother, a loving foster parent and for some time he followed in her foot steps before finding his own path. He thought his foster care license had expired before getting a call at three am with two small boys thrust into his arms.
Miya Osamu and Atsumu, from broken homes but still fighting. Thirty days before his license expires. Thirty days to make a choice, keep the boys or let them be separated into different homes. Thirty days to fall in love with them.
- Part 1 of Making A Home
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23 Feb 2021