chii is awesome

anonymous asked:

OMG I LOVE YOUR BLOG SO MUCH <3 *A* What faces would the GoM, Kagami, Imayoshi, Himuro and Hanamiya make if their s.o beat them? XDD like, playing one on one!! :D

I LOVE YOU TOOOOOOOOO !!!!! *HUGS*

Kuroko

“you’ve improved so much ____-chan!”

Kagami

“ I didn’t see that coming … YOU’RE AWESOME BABE !!!”

Kise

“ Woaaaaaaah ____-CHII THIS WAS AWESOME !!!”

Aomine

“ did you actually just … that was pretty cool actually … BUT LET’S PLAY AGAIN!!!”

Midorima

he stares blankly for a second to comprehend the fact that you actually defeated him …

“nice…”

Murasakibara

well ….

Akashi

“ you sure have improved a lot ___chan! let’s play again! “

he’s dying a little on the inside tho XD

Imayoshi

Himuro

he’s in shock for a minute trying to figure out how this happened but then he accepts it and he’s happy for you!

Hanamiya

unholy-vengeance  asked:

Bartender GoM + Kagami consoling a girl who was stood up, and they eventually start falling for one another

Yee yee some good shit right here. Thanks for the request!


Kuroko: He watched her for an hour. She sat excitedly, and that happiness gradually left her over the course of the hour. Kuroko already knew, he’s seen it so many times in his work. He set a vanilla milkshake in front of her, figuring something sweet would make her happy. She looked up in surprise.  “You looked sad, I hope this makes you smile, miss. And I hope that guy that ditched you realizes he’s made a mistake.”

She smiled lightly and accepted the treat. Kuroko checked in on her when he wasn’t bombarded with drink orders. They spoke for a while, Kuroko finding himself liking her as they chatted.

“You know, I think you’re better company than the guy I was meeting anyways, Tetsuya.” She smiled happily, sipping on her third shake.

“Ah, there’s no need to compliment me, _____-san, I should be complimenting you.”

Kise: The girl at the end of his bar sat there sulking for the past two hours. He knew she was waiting for someone who wouldn’t show up. The bar was fairly empty, so he decided to check in on her while he had the time. He set a sweet drink in front of her. “Hey, are you okay?”

She looked up with a weak smile and nodded, then eyed the drink. “Oh, I didn’t order anyth-”

He cut her off with a grin. “I know! It’s on me, I hope you feel better!”

They talked when he had free time, and he started questioning how this guy ditched her. Who would want to? She’s awesome!

“____-chii! You should come by more often! You’re really cool!”

She grinned back and nodded. “I’d love to! You’re cool too, Ryouta!”

Aomine: Okay the hot chick at the end of his bar was alone and waiting for a guy that’s not coming. He’s so making a move. He slid a shot of strawberry vodka in front of her, and leaned over the bar with a smirk. “Still waiting?”

She looked up, clearly offended at his bluntness. “What’s it to you?”

“Just wondering why someone as beautiful as you is still waiting for some douche who isn’t going to show up.” He shrugged. “I mean I guess waiting for me is a good reason.”

“Ah, a douche who isn’t showing up is better than a douche who did show up, I’m afraid.” She smiled lightly, shooting the drink. Aomine grinned, he’s all about this.

They bantered and teased each other whenever he was free. Aomine actually took a liking to her, and she liked him too.

“Well, you’re not the douche I wanted, but you’ll do.” She smiled softly, making Aomine roll his eyes and pour her another drink.

Akashi: He did feel horrible for her, just waiting there with nobody coming to meet her. His shift has technecally ended, but he’s going to stick around to talk to her while his co-worker takes care of the rest of the bar. He made her a sweet drink to cheer her up.

“Hm? Oh, this isn’t mine-”

“It’s on me, flower. I figure if the man you were meeting can’t buy you a drink that I would.”

She was a bit off-put, but the two of them talked for a while. Akashi managed to get her to open up, and he couldn’t imagine why someone would stand her up. Akashi offered to take her on a date, and she was surprised, but gladly accepted the invitation.

Midorima: He doesn’t care. He doesn’t care. Nope. Not at all. He did not send over a free drink because he felt bad. Absolutely not. Nope.

He felt so bad for her.

He asked Takao to take care of the bar while he talked to her, and Takao made a stupid suggestive face at him. He rolled his eyes and walked over to her.

“Hey, you shouldn’t be sad.”

“Huh? What do you-”

“You got stood up. Don’t be sad. If he’s willing to stand you up he’s not a worthy man. It’s not a loss, if anything, it’s your lucky day, nanodayo.”

Yo look at Shin-chan with the superstitious pickup lines!”

“Takao!” He hissed, then turned back to the girl, who was laughing lightly. “Oh, what?”

“Your friend over there is pretty funny, Shin-chan.” She smiled happily at him. “Thanks for the drink and stuff.”

“You have to say nanodayo to him!” Takao shouted.

“No. You don’t, nanodayo.” Midorima rolled his eyes.

She just smiled. “Well, thank you, Shin-chan.” He sighed at the name, and ignored her whispered ‘nanodayo’.

Murasakibara: He ignored everyone else to make her smile like she did when she first came in. He gave her the sweetest drink he could make, and stood in front of her.

“Nn… Don’t be sad, Pretty-chin…”

She was a bit taken-aback by the nickname and the drink, and she offered a sad smile. “Ah, thank you. Guess you could tell I was stood up?”

“Well I’m your date now, so I guess not.”

Her eyes widened at his bluntness, and she giggled. “Alright then, I’m _____.”

“_____-chin… I’m Murasakibara Atsushi.”

Kagami: He wanted to make her happy again but he didn’t know what to do. He thought about it for a while before he decided to act. He made sure nobody needed him before he slipped over. He’s practiced his lines of encouragement in his head like five times, he’s fine.

He nearly dropped her drink, and he grinned nervously.

“Hey, so uh. Um. You got stood up but don’t let the fuckboys hurt you, okay? Alright cool. Seeya, you’re too cute for fuckboys anyways. Uh, yeah. Just. Yes.”

He walked away, he knew he sounded like an idiot. He heard her laughter behind him and he smiled lightly. At least she’s happy again. She called him over a bit later, a happy smile still on her lips. “Hey, thanks. You made me really happy back there.”

He grinned. “Ah, I can’t stand to see people sad.”