GOM n Takao trying to impress their partner with like a homemade date. Y'know with like home cooked dinner, candles, dancing in the kitchen and the works
This ask is so cute and sweet it’s making my blood sugar rise! (∗∕ ∕•̥̥̥̥∕ω∕•̥̥̥̥∕)
Kuroko: Everything had gone exactly as planned: the candles were lit, illuminating the room with just the right amount of romantic glow, dinner was fresh out of the kitchen, waving a mouthwatering aroma through the air, and Nigou had done his one job correctly and fetched you from the doorway once you had arrived. Kuroko was sure this date would be a smashing success. That was, until you were distracted by the cute little bowtie he had fixed onto Nigou’s collar. To say the least, Kuroko’s biggest mistake was getting his dog involved in the date.
Kise: After spending hours on the internet, reading through cook books, and asking multiple people, Kise was proud of himself for having cooked a pleasant looking dinner for the two of you. He’d been wanting to show he was great boyfriend material—not that you needed convincing—and decided to invite you over for a fancy date. He’d even gone so far as to pick out scented candles in your favorite fragrance. To say he was disappointed when, after trying his food, you scrunched up your face into a grimace would be an understatement, but it also fueled him to try again until he got it right.
Aomine: The homemade date hadn’t been his idea in the first place, it had been Momoi’s, but he would never tell you that. After picking out some candles, buying you a bundle of roses, and ordering the food—there was no way he would be making a decent meal by himself without something going wrong—he called you over for your dinner date. Luckily for him, the food had arrived right before you did and he tried to play it off as if he had cooked it himself. You knew better though, but decided not to call him out on his bluff to save his pride at least for this one night of romance.
Midorima: Wanting to make sure he would get everything right, Midorima would ask you a million questions before he even bothered to invite you over for dinner. As he was getting ready for the date, he would be going over his mental checklist over and over again. Your favorite food was sitting ready in the kitchen; check. Your favorite flowers were beautifully arranged in a vase on the table; check. He had called you to come over in a few minutes; …uncheck. He cursed, quickly dialing your number. In his rush for perfection, he had forgotten the most important piece to the date: you.
Takao: You had already been over at his house when he suggested the two of you have a romantic dinner together. Without letting you help, Takao would invade his kitchen to cook whatever he could conjure up from his refrigerator and cupboards. When he was finished, he would call you into the dining room and eagerly await your arrival. Of course, it wasn’t the most romantic dinner ever, especially since he couldn’t find any candles besides half melted, colorful birthday candles, but being in his presence made everything seem perfect.
Murasakibara: When it came to things that were edible, Murasakibara paid close attention, so he already knew what sort of foods you would enjoy the most. That left picking out dinner to be the easiest part of planning for your date. The hardest part was actually making the food without nibbling half of it as he went. By the time the two of you were sitting alone at his dining table, Murasakibara was ready to devour the dinner he had made for you. With a laugh—which only grew louder as you heard his rumbling belly—you’d try to cutely feed him, much to his pleasure and annoyance.
Akashi: By now, it was already expected for him to take you out to fancy restaurants for romantic dinners, but Akashi still wanted to be unpredictable for you. He’d cook the dinner for you himself, wanting no help from the staff that was in his household save for the occasional word of advice from a professional. In the end, as with most things in his life, his meal would look like absolute perfection and it’d make your mouth water the instant you set eyes on it. You’d spend the evening sharing the meal, just the two of you and some candles on an expansive table that nearly filled the room.