Wherever you are, be there totally. If you find your here and now intolerable and it makes you unhappy, you have three options: remove yourself from the situation, change it, or accept it totally. If you want to take responsibility for your life, you must choose one of those three options, and you must choose now. Then accept the consequences.
You know those moments in anime where one person accidentally falls on top of another in a suggestive position? Can I request a headcanon of how would Toshinori, Aizawa and Mic would react if that happened to them with their crush?
Turns about 10 shades of red
He ends up apologizing? Even though it wasn’t his fault
Trying to look anywhere but above him because he is already trying to fight the possible boner
Picks them up off him and runs away, still saying sorry
Just kinda stares at them like wtf how could a cliche like this actually happen
His heart picks up in beats per minute, but whose counting?
Helps them up and asks if they are okay
Walks off mumbling that he needs to take care of something (I’ll let your mind wonder)
Finds that this is the perfect time to make his move
“Nice of you to drop in and see me, but shouldn’t you take me to dinner first before we get frisky?”
The crush is gonna leave the situation 10x more embarrassed than necessary
i got to bed on time for once and wake up a few hours later to Billie Joe Armstrong knowing how to work the internet and playing Green Day deep cuts and seeing Jakob Danger’s face… this… is why… I never sleep
Written for @rollertoasteroflife <3 I know it’s not your birthday where you live anymore, but I’m still counting it as such. Happy Birthday!!!
1. When Viktor turns six, everything changes.
He receives his first pair of skates, leather soft and blades slightly dull from their previous owner, but they are magical and lovely and unequivocally his.
There, while sliding on the rink, fumbling for hand rails and tending to bruises, the ice seems to caress him like an old friend, welcoming him with each turn and and flick of his blades, simply overjoyed at his arrival.
Where have you been, it seems to say. I’ve been waiting for you for so long. Viktor breathes in the cool air and lets it’s icy presence settle deep into his lungs.
It spreads into his soul, settling a dissonance he wasn’t even aware of.
The ice, his first and most formative friend, provides him a path to a new life.