british tea time

anonymous asked:

Could i request hc's for Kirishima, Bakugou, Todoroki and Monoma with a normally sweet and kind s/o who didn't have enough time for coffee that morning and now someone was trying to start sh*t with them and all of a sudden all hell broke loose. How would the boys react?

I actually only take 3 people per request. I’ll let it slide this time seeing as I don’t write enough for Monoma but in the future please only 3 peeps per request, kay?

This is gonna be fun ;)

Kirishima Eijirou

  • He’d be as terrified as the person his s/o is currently chewing out is. He’s never seen this side of his s/o and it’s defintely a shocking discovery.
  • That being said, it is pretty hot now that he thinks about it. Who would’ve thought that his sweet, little s/o could be such a spitfire.
  • He considered going in to break up the heated argument his s/o was currently engaged in but thought better of it. He chose life.

Bakugou Katsuki

  • Proud af tbh. He didn’t think his s/o had it in them.
  • He credits himself to just how many curse words his s/o is spouting out to the other person but he doesn’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing.
  • Bakugou would just sit back and enjoy the show, making no efforts to break it up. This is the most exciting thing that’s happened all week. In fact, he may even join in at points.
  • Makes a mental note to limit his s/o’s coffee intake if he ever wanted to see this again.

Todoroki Shouto

  • He’s shocked into silence when he first sees it, unsure of what he should do. This isn’t normal behaviour for his s/o which means he won’t be able to predict what they’ll do.
  • Decides to try the calm approach and gently removes his s/o from the situation before things get too heated.
  • Reminds himself to always have coffee on standby for moments like these.

Monoma Neito

  • There would be a moment of shock and confusion but once that settled he’d be back to his usual self.
  • “You see that? My s/o could kick your s/o’s ass.”
  • Marvels at his s/o’s…colourful language.
  • Laughs hysterically afterwards when he finds out that his s/o’s outburst could be credited to the fact that they hadn’t had their morning cup of coffee.
  • Instantly regretting that laughter once he sees his s/o’s death stare.

Stereoview scene of a group drinking tea in a room probably in a photography studio, British, c. 1860′s/1870′s.

Source: Rijksmuseum.


MASTERS OF CEREMONY - “A cup of tea isn’t merely a drink; It’s the history of the world itself…Before set, before oil, before cars or guns or Coca-Cola, there was tea - one of civilization’s first truly global commodities as well as one of its most enduring and beloved.” ~ Heidi Johannsen Stewart - photographs by Anna Williams - prop styling by Amy Wilson (full story CN Traveler January 2015)