Ok, so I’ve been thinking about a flight attendant!Akaashi and National Team Player!Bokuto au where they meet on a flight back to Tokyo. Bokuto falls in love at first sight, while volleyball fan Akaashi is like holy shit stay calm and professional oh god this is #4 BOKUTO KOUTAROU.
But they get talking a little when Bo gets super restless and can’t sleep and wanders around the plane, and Akaashi slips up and remarks “you’re very energetic, Bokuto-san” and Bo is like “…did i tell you my name?” and Akaashi is like fuck so much for being professional and admits he watches all their games when Bokuto gets super excited and asks if he’s into volleyball..
And shortly before the plane is landing Akaashi subtly approaches Bokuto like “I know this is super indiscreet of me and I apologise but couldIhaveyourautograph” and Bo makes a face. Akaashi feels guilty, people probably approach Bokuto all the time and why does he even want an autograph, he’s not 15 anymore, but then Bo says “…aw man, I was hoping you came to give me your number.” and Akaashi is like ghhghh what “…you want my number…?” and he knows he’s not supposed to but also this is Bokuto Koutarou who has really nice build and is strangely charming so Akaashi slips him his number as he’s exiting the plane.
Akaashi wonders what the hell just happened, does Bokuto think he’s some kind of groupie or is this how he usually meets people.
The Duffers could release season 2 probably around August/September if they wanted but y'all know they’re releasing it on Halloween for that spooky vibe. What a bunch of edgelords screw that spooky ass vibe I want answers
You’re Everything I Want (And Nothing I Can Keep) - Chapter Nine
“Prove it. Bring her along this weekend, and prove it to everyone.”
After a little white lie, Hiccup has to do something drastic to avoid
embarrassing himself at a family reunion. Lost for any other ideas,
Hiccup asks his best friend to pretend to be his girlfriend, just for a
day. What could possibly go wrong?
Hiccup’s heart jumped out of his
chest and his shoulders tensed up to his ears, his arms flailing madly,
knocking off his headphones as he did so. They toppled onto the floor, dragging
the keyboard and tablet down with them, landing in a tangled heap on the carpet.
“How did you get in?!”
He’d been working solidly for most
of the day, his hand cramping over his graphics tablet and his headphones
thumping loud music. After he’d asked his boss for the time off, he’d received
the stink-eye and was sharply told that he better get all of his work for the month
done before he left, so all of Hiccup’s free time was consumed by sitting in
front of the computer and trying to finish off as much as he possibly could. He
had to rush through as many as possible to justify the two weeks off.
“Door was unlocked,” Astrid said
cheerfully, bending down to help Hiccup gather everything that had fallen and
put it back on the desk.