He could make any number of excuses for this practice. They were always the last seats to fill in the lecture hall, for one. He would be able to concentrate better without having to deal with rowdy classmates chattering all around him, for another. But the true reason behind it, the one he wouldn’t dare tell a soul, was the fact that he was completely and utterly enamored with the skittish teaching assistant.
“What the hell is he setting up? Is that a train set? Isn’t this a biology class?”
“Shut up, Takao. Why are you here, anyways? Aren’t you an English major?”
“I’m broadening my horizons, Shin-chan! I want to learn about your world! Be a little more supportive!”
“Both of you, hush,” Akashi commanded, furrowing his brow. He was just as curious about what concept his beloved Furihata would demonstrate using the toy train, but he much preferred not to call any negative attention to himself. Furihata seemed to have a favorable opinion of him thus far, and Akashi wanted to keep it that way.
“O-Okay, I think I’ve got it set up,” Furihata said to the professor. “Let me just check and see if this–”
A loud whirring filled the room, and the brunet let out a surprised yelp as he jumped out of the way. Akashi didn’t have time to see what it was that caused Furihata’s reaction; the next thing he knew, there was an intense pain erupting in his head, and he was sprawled flat across the floor.
“Holy shit, did you see the air that thing got?!”
“Shut up, Takao! Akashi, are you okay? What was Sagittarius ranked in Oha Asa today?”
“Aren’t you supposed to ask how many fingers you’re holding up? You’re the worst doctor ever, Shin-chan!”
Furihata’s lovely-yet-panicked face came into focus as Akashi cracked his eyes open. He could feel his heart beating in his ears as Furihata brushed his bangs back, surveying the damage caused by the rogue train.
“Akashi-kun, can you stand? I-I’ll take you to rest in the office! I’ll call the health center! I’m so sorry about this!”
Sitting in the front row had its dangers, but if it meant Furihata half carrying him down the hallway and fussing over him for the remainder of the hour, it was a risk Akashi would gladly take.
I was just laughing at one of those probably fake “a cop stopped us and then we all played pokemon go together” posts when I went out into the living room and my mom said that my sister and her husband got stopped last night by a cop because they were playing pokemon go at 3AM in the local park someone help I’ve fallen into a real shitpost
so if the info in cdjapan was final and there’s 10 tracks in the album, the titles should be shining, kaisen zenya, seven, exist, shadowplay, kid, shooting star, mebius, daybreak ,+- (puramai/plus minus lol)
‘Nico, I said at last, 'shouldn’t you be sitting at the Hades table?
He shrugged. 'Technically, yes. But if I sit alone at my table, strange things happen. Cracks open in the floor. Zombies crawl out and start roaming around. It’s a mood disorder. I can’t control it. That’s what I told Chiron.'
'And is it true?’ I asked.
Nico smiled thinly. “I have a note from my doctor.'
Will raised his hand. 'I’m his doctor.'
'Chiron decided it wasn’t worth arguing about,’ Nico said. 'As long as I sit at a table with other people, like…oh, these guys for instance…the zombies stay away. Everybody’s happier.'
Will nodded serenely. 'It’s the strangest thing. Not that Nico would ever misuse his powers to get what he wants.'
'Of course not.’ Nico agreed.