I love your blog!! Oh, do you have any cute hcs with soriku and rainy days? 😊
THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.
The infamous “Riku silently hates most weather” headcanon of mine comes back into play, but as long as he’s not getting drenched, I think Riku grows to enjoy rainy weather and the feeling of simplicity…and cleanliness *winks with both eyes* it brings.
I feel like Riku’s the type to keep quiet and zone out a bit on rainy days. I think Sora can be similar but the flip flop of “LOOK!!!! RAIN!!!! :D” and “UGH SUCKS. ITS TO WET TO DO ANNYTTHIING” feels triumphs over that.
- Sora’s initial response is “heck yeah its raining!!! :D” and goes outside and easily entertains himself with jumping into puddles claiming that if he’ll jump into the right one, it’ll take him to another world. He does this for 20 whole minutes and comes inside with soggy shoes and slightly droopy hair spikes. Assuming Riku’s there (and he probably his) Sora will probably take a large towel to the face and be exiled onto the front porch until he dries off his entire self. (Sora’s exclaiming very loudly from outside how much of tyrant Riku is)
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