i wonder... how would kuroo react if he had a sister who happened to have a crush/be dating daishou (or just someone from the snake team), do you think he'd let his personal rivalry get in the way or would he try his best for his sister's happiness?
- Its evident to everyone in Tokyo that Kuroo and Daishou have a huge, obvious love hate relationship with each other. It started in their last year of middle school, when Kuroo’s school and Daishou’s had a week long, colab training camp up in the mountains. Kuroo hates to admit it, but when he was 14, he had a terrible angst phase. He’d purposefully let his bangs fall further down into his eyes, he’d huddle up in the farthest gym corner and mutter things like, “I hate everyone here, I want to go home” and “everybody here is irrelevant, this is pointless”, and live and breathe the epitome of a Hot Topic novelty shop. Miraculously, at the same time, Daishou was going through a similar phase as well, and they bonded over their mutual, negative hormone build up. The reason as to why they aren’t friends now is well… it brings back bad memories. Just looking at each other coughs up a negative wave of nostalgia, and let’s be real, nobody likes thinking about their middle school emo phase.
- The moment his sister, his precious, beloved little sister first brought up the fact that her third year boyfriend was visiting over the weekend, he was already a bit skeptical. Even if his sister was a second year, and a one year age difference wasn’t really a big deal, his skin still crawled at the fact that she was dating somebody his age. She had talked about how he was a volleyball player too, a wing spiker, and immediately Kuroo was trying to think back to every match he’s played in the past three years because God, he’s definitely met his sister’s boyfriend before. He began to pray it was Bokuto, the most decent guy for someone like her, but it couldn’t be, because Bokuto would’ve told him. In the midst of all that thinking, not once did he ever care to think, Daishou Suguru.
- Although, the moment he arrived at his house the day he had come over, his arm slung over his sister’s shoulders and a stupid smile on his face, Kuroo would lose it. He would be torn between vomiting all over him, or throwing a chair at the snakes head. Although, before he could do either, he left the room. He’d lock himself in his room and tug at his hair, asking God why, out of all the wing spikers in Japan, why did it have to be him?
- His mother would call him down for dinner although he would just say that, “He thought he made it pretty evident that he couldn’t look at this guy without vomiting, let alone eat at the same table as him.” It would be his mother who would get mad at him, telling him to get over his petty hate infatuation and just face the guy, already. Kuroo refused, though, and got a curt slap upside the head, and even then, he wouldn’t budge.
- After dinner was said and done and Daishou had left, he’d go batshit crazy on his sister, asking her how she failed to include the fact that she was dating his tweenage nightmare. He started getting skeptical, asking her if she knew about the whole hate relationship, and that’s why his identity was remained anonymous for so long. He’d be shitting bricks, and his sister would find it hysterical.
- It would remain like this for the first couple of months in their relationship. Constant bickering between the two boys when they had the chance and his sister, ever so ‘innocently’ sitting in between it all and laughing. It wouldn’t be until their fifth or sixth month dating until Kuroo finally let his guard down a bit.
- He couldn’t deny his sister of her happiness, especially when her happiness treated her right. Even though Kuroo has had his conflicts with the guy in the past, he couldn’t deny the fact that deep down, Daishou was a pretty good guy. Sometimes, he’d catch him off guard smiling down at his sister fondly, grabbing her hand and kissing it softly and muttering a quick, ‘I love you’, that he thought nobody else could hear, but Kuroo heard. Sometimes, his sister would come home with a big bouquet of flowers and flushed cheeks and squeal about it with their mom for hours before the excitement of it all seemed to die down.
- He couldn’t bring himself to apologize to Daishou though, this was still war, dammit, and there was no way he was ever letting his defences down. The moment he causes his sister any pain, Kuroo’s ready to attack. Although, every so often, he’ll smile at the guy, give him a high five, or something, and the shocked expression on his face is worth being nice, even if it is just for a split second.