Everything I Ever Needed (Neymar Imagine)
Note: I combined these two ideas because they kept coming out really similar! And sooooo sorry it took me so long to write this.
I waited anxiously as I watched my professor make his way around the room handing back our midterm exams. My heart was starting to beat faster and faster as he made his way towards my side of the class. I was feeling pretty confident while taking the exam, but now I was just ready to know how I actually did.
“Miss (y/l/n),” he said smiling and setting the paper down on my desk facedown. Smiling back at him, I picked up my paper as soon as he continued down my row.
I felt my heart sink as soon as my eyes scanned the red “F” at the top of the page. Frantically, I flipped through the exam looking at all of the questions I had gotten wrong. I could feel the tears starting to well up in my eyes, so I decided to skip the rest of my classes for the day.
I knew my boyfriend would still be at training, but I went to his house anyway. He’d be home shortly. I let myself in using my key and went straight to his bedroom, throwing myself down on the bed. I let myself cry and eventually ended up falling asleep.
“(Y/N),” I heard Neymar say quietly as he walked into his room. “Are you asleep?” he asked, laying down beside me in his bed.
I nodded without answering as I felt his arms wrap around me. His head was rested on my shoulder as he pulled me closer into him. Being in his arms made me forget about the bad day I was having. “Why are you asleep in the middle of the day?” he whispered close to my ear, making me squirm as his breath tickled my ear.
“I failed my exam,” I admitted to him quietly. “It’s the fist time I’ve ever failed anything,” I continued.
“Babe,” he squeezed me tighter. “It’s okay, most people fail exams all the time!” he assured me. “One test isn’t going to change much. And it definitely doesn’t change who you are as a person,” he told me.
“Of course you can say that!” I whined moving away from him in protest. “It never mattered how well you did in school and you didn’t have to worry about university!”
“Come here,” he sighed pulling me back towards him. “That’s not what I meant,” he started to explain.
“Then what do you mean?” I interrupted him. “I’ve never failed anything before and now I’m gonna fail out of university,” I kept rambling.
“What I’m saying,” he said pulling me back into his chest and wrapping an arm tightly around me before he continued talking. “One exam is hardly going to make you fail out of school,” he laughed a little bit.
“And I know you,” he continued. “I know you’re going to work your butt off until you make that grade up. You’re too smart and too persistent to let this grade affect the rest of your year. And that is one of the many reasons I love you so much,” he finished by kissing my shoulder.
I turned around in his arms so that I was facing him. He smiled down at me before placing a soft kiss on my lips. “You always know how to make me feel better,” I smiled, letting my hands run through his hair.
“It’s what I’m here for,” he joked as his hands ran up and down my back, never letting me go.
I buried my head into his chest and let my eyes close again. I wasn’t going to sleep, but I just wanted to be in his arms for a little while longer. His head rested on mine as our legs intertwined.
“Can we stay like this for the rest of the day?” I asked not moving from his grasp. I felt him shift a little, but only to bring me closer to him as he nodded. A smile spread across my face as I realized how happy he truly made me.
At this moment, I wasn’t worried about failing my midterm. He made all of my worries fade away and I didn’t even care. Right now, all I cared about was being in his arms. I could worry about my grades tomorrow.