- Teen Wolf (TV) (1)
In which Stiles is tasked with talking to Derek about how he doesn't show enough affection to the pack, although he's sudden realized that pressed up against Derek in a closet wasn't the best place to do it.
Ennoshita sighs next to him, brushing his hair back, and his voice comes out low in both volume and tone. “You’re too smart already.”
“For what?” Kenma pleads. “Is there something about this job that makes everyone who gets offered this position q—”
“All bets on you. You’re a great kid,” Ennoshita says quietly, intensely.
They look towards the back hallway, and the rest of the kitchen cast their eyes down firmly on their prep work as the door opens for the final entrance of the night.
Kozume Kenma—status: beggar. Kenma moved to Tokyo for university four years ago, but since graduation, he has yet to land a job. Finally, he’s been accepted to work as a server at one of Tokyo’s finest restaurants: Tiger’s Eye. It should be smooth sailing from here on out, but things don’t go as planned when the executive chef enters the scene.
Ten months ago, Kuroo Tetsurou, executive chef of Tiger’s Eye restaurant, received his third Michelin Star—the highest culinary honor. Since then, he’s become hotheaded, jaded, and often drunk, reviews are getting less positive, and he can’t hold down a new server to save his life. Sunday, none the wiser, Kozume Kenma enters the scene.
Bookmarked by krystalcollins
13 Apr 2021
It starts with the way Atsumu wraps his lips around his water bottle during practice and timeouts, he will keep them locked in place until he is forced away by drills or the match.
It's the way he is constantly chewing on either his jacket zipper or the strings of his hoodie whenever they are waiting for the team bus to arrive, or whenever they are at press events, only releasing them from his teeth when they are ushered onto the vehicle or when he has to speak to an interviewer.
So, his boyfriend has an oral fixation.
"I'm sorry," Kiyoomi says, meeting his eyes in the mirror.
"Don't," Atsumu replies, because there's nothing he should be sorry for.
Atsumu's feelings are his and only his burden to bear.
Bookmarked by krystalcollins
07 Apr 2021
After Atsumu moved to Tokyo, Sakusa's daily routine never recovered. He no longer worked solo jobs, he doubled his spending on cleaning products, and he rarely slept alone.
Sakusa would have hated those things, before he met Atsumu.
Now he wouldn't want his routine any other way.
- Part 3 of Burden of Blame
"We could go together, y'know?" he ventures, and it feels like waving a flag above his head that reads 'this guy here is a complete idiot'.
"All the team will be there, of course we'll go together."
"No, I mean… like, together together."
"What?" Sakusa asks, and Atsumu gets the feeling he should drop it. If he'd wanted to understand he would have already understood.
But he's stupid and desperate, so he elaborates.
- Part 1 of when every 'no' turns into 'maybe'