In a society where you are born with a true name which you share with your fated person and bounds you to them, you are also born with cat ears and cat tails and you lose them only when you lose your virginity and become a grow-up.
Stiles’ true name is beloved and he is struggling to find the other half of it, meanwhile trying to hide his ears and his tail because he is ashamed to be a virgin at seventeen. And then his father takes in a new deputy and holy shit Stiles loves what he sees.
Very much so.
Derek thought he found his fated person in Kate when he was fifteen. She was a grow-up and lost her ears and tail already but Derek was enchanted by her. She would whisper sweet nothing in his ears and flick his tail playfully, and Derek would do anything for her.
When she took everything Derek had to offer she tossed him away like a broken toy, saying she wasn’t his fated person and that Derek was a fool.
Derek swore to never, ever, look for his fated person anymore and ten years later he is working at the sheriff department. But the Sheriff’s son keeps showing up and Derek is sure he has the cutest cat ears he has ever seen.
A/N: This is a modern AU and it contains no reference to Attack on Titan. Besides, the character is a bit OOC, for he is only based off of Levi.
(Y/N) was a nice girl, she always has been. No, actually, she was the nice girl. Yeah you know which one. The one that everybody is friends with because you just can’t hate her, she’s too nice. The one who has soft, wavy hair no matter what, and a clear skin, but once again, you cannot really jealous her to the point where you’d hate her. You simply can’t. But she was also that girl that everybody took for granted and enjoyed pushing her buttons, to try her limits. The nice girl people underestimated and never took time to get to know, because what else is there to see? She’s just a nice girl. “Hey, who’s that chick over there?” “Oh (Y/N)? I’m in her math class, she’s a nice girl.” “I heard that Blake didn’t finish the night alone at your party last night! Do you know who it could be? Probably a girl from your class…” “Well, it can’t be (Y/N), she’s too nice for that.” Isn’t is weird how ‘nice’ can go from a compliment to a bitter insult depending on who speaks? That fact took a long time before (Y/N) finally acknowledged the fact that, regardless how she would behave, people would always find her nice. The spectrum went from the genuine 'that’s so nice!’ to the sarcastic 'huh that’s nice’. However, that period of her life was over, and today, in her late twenties, (Y/N) was a fulfilled photographer, with her own art gallery in Chicago, and a nice little apartment in an old brick building that she took pleasure in decorating.
I was listening to
this song and got inspired to write this KuroMahi fluff
Kuro, it won’t be that bad.” Mahiru said as they walked down the street. He
thought that it would be good for both of them to go out for their dates occasionally.
So, he decided to go watch a movie with Kuro. “You better not fall asleep in
the theater either. Ryusei said that the movie’s pretty good.”
we just wait for it to come out on DVD and rent it?” If Kuro could have his way,
they would never leave the house. He preferred indoor dates but he had to admit
that there were some things he liked about going out with Mahiru. Holding his
hand while they walked was one of them. “Our couch is more comfortable than
those theater seats and we don’t have to deal with people.”
don’t want to fight with you on our date. It’s my turn to choose what to do on
date night. Next Friday, you can choose whatever you want. Can’t you just bare
with it for a couple hours? Will you do it for me?” Mahiru looked up at him and
his large eyes silenced any further argument Kuro had. While he complained
sometimes, he only wanted to make Mahiru happy.
mumbled an answer shyly. “Okay but don’t complain when I choose something hard
and corny for our next date as revenge. Romance me with a candlelit dinner with
ramen as the main course.”
and noodles it is then. You want to try re-enacting that Lady and the Tramp spaghetti scene too?” Mahiru knew that Kuro was
only teasing him and he couldn’t help but play along. Kuro wasn’t expecting him
to and he blushed heavily. He scratched his cheek and tried to hide his blush.
His expression was cute and made Mahiru giggle.
to grin at the lighthearted challenge in Mahiru’s laugh and he leaned down to
whisper in his ear. “Tease me like that and I’ll take you right there on that
can’t say things like that while we’re in public.” It was Mahiru’s turn to
blush and Kuro chuckled at his reaction. Sometimes, it was too easy to tease
him and make him blush but Kuro could never tire of it. “Behave yourself or you’re
going to sleep on the couch tonight. Let’s go before the movie starts.”
going to make this poor kitty sleep on the coach?” Mahiru playfully hit his
chest when he tried to use his cute cat voice. They both knew that his threat
was empty when Mahiru hooked their arms together. He leaned his head on Kuro’s
shoulder and they continued down the street.
hear that?” Mahiru stopped Kuro when he heard a child crying. He looked around
the street and saw a child standing outside the store. The boy couldn’t be more
than eight and Kuro wondered if he was lost. He certainly appeared distraught
as he cried. Kuro wasn’t surprised when Mahiru immediately went to the boy’s
made sure not to scare the boy and stopped a safe distance from him. The boy
didn’t appear hurt so Mahiru tried to calm him down. He knelt in front of the
boy and spoke in a soft voice. “Excuse me, are you lost? Do you know where your
looked hesitant to answer but eventually spoke. “I don’t know.”
let us help you? Where was the last place you saw them?” The boy pointed to the
store behind him and Mahiru nodded. He knew that it was best not to take the
child away but he didn’t want to leave him alone either. “Can you tell me what
your parents look like so I can look for them in the store? My name’s Mahiru. What’s
I’m going to find your parents for you. My boyfriend, Kuro, is going to stay
here with you while I look for them inside. Is that okay with you?” The boy
nodded and Mahiru turned back to Kuro. “I know we were supposed to be on a date
but this should only take a moment. I’m really sorry about this.”
okay. I’m just glad that you’re not sending me into that crowded store.” Kuro
shrugged and the smile Mahiru gave him was reward enough. He gave the boy one
last warning not to wonder off before he went into the store. Seeing him so
readily help someone, Kuro’s heart swelled with pride slightly. It was one of
the many reason he fell in love with him.
leaned against the wall next to the boy and an awkward silence quickly settled
around him. Lily had always been the best with children among the Servamps and Kuro
wondered what he would do. Despite being the oldest, Kuro was helpless when it
came to children and starting a conversation. He could feel the boy’s eyes on
him and he tilted his head curiously.
going to bring back your parents so don’t worry. He’s a good and dependable
guy.” Kuro assured him but he quickly trailed off when the boy didn’t respond.
He continued staring at him so he wondered what the boy was thinking about.
blurted out, “Why do you dress funny? You have ears and a tail!”
“I do not
dress funny. I’ll have you know that I’m a cute kitten.” He thought children
respected their elders and he wondered when they became so blunt. The boy didn’t
look the least bit convinced and scrunched his face at him. Kuro wondered how
long Mahiru would take and tried to think of a way to entertain him until he
came back. An idea came to him and he pulled out his phone. “You like games,
expected, the boy’s eyes lit up. He opened a simple tile matching game and
handed him his phone. Kuro thought that it would keep him occupied enough
without having him comment on his clothes again. He sat next to the boy and
watched him play as he waited for Mahiru to return.
was losing miserably and Kuro shook his head lightly. Every time he lost, the
boy became more irritated. He almost threw the phone in frustration but Kuro
quickly took the phone from him. “Woah, Kid, don’t break other people’s things
because you’re losing. The reason you’re losing is because you chose where to
place your tiles too late and you run out of time to place them. Be quick like
his finger over the screen and cleared a few rows. The boy looked up at him in
amazement. Kuro, who played games often, didn’t think anything of it but it
looked like a masterful maneuver to the boy. “Teach me!”
deal.” Kuro groaned but he pointed at the upcoming blocks. “You need to
think of combos. If you set them up early, you can get a lot of points. Leave a
little space for blocks that don’t fit into your combo. They’re a pain to deal
with but at least they won’t block your combo. Just make sure you don’t pile
them too high.”
The boy returned his attention to the game and tried to follow his advice. He
was still a child so it was difficult to think of a combo as quickly as Kuro
could. When it seemed like he would be too slow to place a block, Kuro helped
him. He made sure not to do it too often so the boy could make his own
the store’s door open and he looked up to see Mahiru walk out with a frown.
From his expression, Kuro knew that he couldn’t find the boy’s parents. Mahiru
sat next to the boy and said apologetically. “I’m sorry. It doesn’t seem like
your parents are inside but Kuro and I will stay with you until they come back.”
think they left me behind?” The boy looked up from the game and Mahiru’s heart almost
broke. “I had a fight with them in the store. Maybe they don’t want me anymore.”
they still love you.” Mahiru took out a napkin from his pocket and handed it to
him. He was close with his mother so he could imagine how the boy must be
fight. You can’t avoid it.” Kuro said simply and Mahiru was about to hit him
lightly for his comment. He stopped himself when Kuro continued. “But you don’t
want to let that come between you. Talk to them. If you wait and avoid them,
you’ll regret it. When your parents come back, apologize and they’ll forgive
They looked up and saw two people running towards them. Mahiru gestured for
them to wait as he ran to the parents. From his expression, Kuro knew that he
was going to read the parents the riot act and covered the boy’s ear. He had to
chuckle as he listened to Mahiru lecture his elders. While he was kind, he was
also firm when he needed to be and that quality made him more attractive to
he’s done now.” Kuro said with a light laugh and let go of the boy so he could
run to his parents. Mahiru returned to his side and they watched the family
exchange hugs. The boy waved bye to them before he left with his parents and
Kuro waved back. He could feel Mahiru grinning at him and turned to him. “What?”
thinking that you would make a good father.” Mahiru said with a confident smile
but Kuro looked more doubtful. “I’m serious. You were kind and understanding. I’m
sure our kids would like you more because you’ll be the easy going parent. But
I guess it’s still too early to talk about this.”
they’ll love Mamahiru too. Ow!” Kuro yelled a little when Mahiru punched his
arm. It didn’t hurt him but he still pretended to pout. “Cat abuser.”
our kids to call me by those nicknames and I’m divorcing you. Where did you
even come up with Mamahiru? I don’t act like your mom and you shouldn’t say
that about your boyfriend. Let’s hurry to the theater.” Mahiru looked at his
watch and knew that it was too late to watch the movie. With a disappointed sigh,
he said. “I guess the only thing we can do is go home.”
his hand but he surprisingly pulled him in the opposite direction of their
home. “You said you wanted an outdoor date, didn’t you? Let’s take the long way
home and walk around the park. We can look at the stars or something.”
Mahiru’s smile couldn’t be brighter and Kuro was certain that it could light
the night. He stood on his toes and kissed Kuro’s cheek. “You’re trying to be
sweet and make me forget about those nicknames, aren’t you?”
if you offer to hold my hand too.” They both laughed and their fingers
naturally laced together when they held hands. Mahiru knew that he would’ve
preferred to go straight home so he was grateful that Kuro was willing to take
a detour for him. It was a small gesture but Mahiru could sense Kuro’s kindness
in it. Kuro looked down at Mahiru as they walked. He knew he should’ve been
watching where he was going but his happy expression captivated him.
Kuro thought about their future, he would become sad whenever he thought about
their inevitable end. But Mahiru was able to replace those thoughts with
something better. He looked forward to their date night every week. He wanted
to make a future for them after the war where they could be a normal couple. Maybe,
one day, they could adopt to have a family as well.
I headcanon that they have a set date night and take turns picking what they do. Kuro always chooses indoor date activities so Mahiru forces them out when it’s his turn to choose.
This is a collab piece I’m working on with Deja-Lu on DA of their Ruby and Sapphire hanging out with Gosh!! I did the sketch, and they’re going to line and color it! These three are all little pranksters, and they seem to be having a good time! Also, I thought it would be funny to have Gosh doing the classic bunny ears pose on his short new pals!
with a nervous and easily embarrassed Dr. Reid and a girl that giggles
every time she purposefully (flirtingly) embarrasses him.
“Hey,” I said, leaning over to press a steaming cup of coffee on Reid’s desk. He shot me a smile over his shoulder.
“Hey, thanks,” he said.
“No problem,” I replied as I settled myself on the edge of his desk. I watched as he cradled his mug between his long fingers and brought it to his lips.
“Did you know that people who have hazel eyes make the best lovers?” I asked. He stared at me for a moment.
“There-there’s no…evidence of that,” he stammered. I smiled coyly at him and leaned in to whisper into his ear.
“Well, I have a funny feeling that the proof is right in front of me,” I said, and walked away. As I settled at my own desk, I chanced a peek at Spencer, and couldn’t help but laugh at the sight of the flush that crept up his neck and into his cheeks, his beautiful eyes averted. I smiled to myself.
I ended up on the jet next to Spencer. He smiled at me as I sat down.
“Hey, (Y/N)?” he asked quietly.
“Wanna play cards?”
He beat me, of course, but not for my lack of trying. My sexual innuendos seemed to frustrate and fluster him, although not enough to throw him off his game.
“So, Spencer,” I began, leaning toward him, “why do you grow your hair long?” He hesitated.
“Um, I don’t know,” he said. “I just…it looks better this way,” he answered. I smiled, reaching over to ruffle his curls.
“You look good any way,” I whispered, watching as he turned red again. I laughed.
“You’re easy to embarrass,” I said, standing up to go and get coffee.
The following week, we worked on a case. I got my comments in as well, though. Spencer’s reaction was predicatble and inevitable; he blushed and turned away every time.
We arrived back at the BAU and the rest of the team went home, leaving just Spencer and I to work on paperwork.
“Reid?” I said.
“You know you’re adorable when you’re so focused?” I asked, anticipating his usual response. But that wasn’t what I got. He held my gaze, a challenge in his eyes.
“Why are you doing this?” he asked.
“Doing what?” I replied, trying to sound innocent. To my surprise, he groaned in frustration and dropped his head briefly to his desk.
“You’re leading me on!” he exclaimed. “You’re trying to make me think things that I was already thinking, with no…no relationship!” he groaned. “I don’t get it.”
“Spencer,” I began, standing up and ambling over to his desk. I sat on the edge and looked at him seriously. “I’m not leading you on. I’m flirting with you.”
“What’s the difference?” he asked.
“When you lead someone on, you’re not pursuing anything,” I explained.
“Well, what are you pursuing, then?” he asked. I smiled and leaned forward, pressing my lips lightly to his.
Aqui se habla español, I learned English from playing old video-games, watching TV commercials,Family Matters (not joking here) and vintage episodes form Star Trek. Funny enough I didn’t have an ear for Klingon.