milk fabric

anonymous asked:

hello~ Could I get mini scenarios with Iwaizumi, Shirabu & Kageyama, when the reader bumps into them and ruins their uniform? (+but she's super cute and tries to clean it for them) 💕

Iwaizumi

It had all happened in a flash, and it had been your fault, really. You were laughing at something your friend said when you made contact with another body, watching as the blue soda you were holding splattered all of the front of someone’s shirt before you dropped the can in a panic.

The can clattered to the linoleum as you made eye contact with the boy you bumped into. The corridor was so quiet you could hear a pin drop.

You smacked your hands together, bowing at a ninety-degree angle. 

“I’m sorry!” you announced loudly. “I wasn’t watching where I was going.”

“N-No…” The male muttered, looking away as he was unable to meet your eye. “It’s fine, don’t worry about it.”

You straightened up, guilt still twisting your stomach. “Let me help you clean your shirt then, since I ruined it.” The male looked hesitant. “Please, at least take this as an apology.”

He nodded and you brightened up.

“I’m L/N, by the way, Y/N L/N!”

“I… I’m Iwaizumi. Iwaizumi Hajime.” He said as you took his hand and lead him tot he nurses office, his face a bright red from the contact.

Shirabu 

Shirabu sat on top of your dryer as you furiously tried to scrub chocolate milk from the lilac fabric of his school shirt. The more you scrubbed the more you frowned, and the more you frowned the more furiously you scrubbed, and eventually Shirabu was just watching you worriedly as you glared at the piece of lilac fabric.

“I can just send it to the dryers,” He told you feebly, his voice not really carrying.

Your head snapped up immediately, turning to him. “I spilt my drink on you, it’s only right that I’m the one to remove the stain.” You held the shirt up, glaring furiously at it. “It’s just so stubborn.”

Shirabu dug his phone from his pocket and within a few moments, he showed you the Google results.

“Make a baking powder paste and rub it into the stain,” you recited. “Washing it off with cool water.” You grinned up at him. “Thanks Shirabu-kun.”

He tried not to flush at the sound of your voice saying his name and then again when you were grinning triumphantly down at the stain which was almost gone, smiling at him as you applied another layer of the paste.

“Why didn’t I think to use Google?” You questioned, giggling.

Shirabu flushed. You just looked too cute.

Kageyama

It just had to be red wine you spilt over your long time crushes shirt, and it just had to be at your parents dinner party, because now you and Kageyama were wedged in the bathroom, hissing furiously at each other and trying to scrub the wine that turned the front of his shirt a worrying shade of blood red.

Anyone would think you had stabbed him.

“I’m sorry, I’m sorry,” You moaned for the fiftieth time, as Kageyama stripped off his shirt. “i don’t know why the stain isn’t coming out!”

“Because it’s wine,” Kageyama offered as he handed the fabric over to you, you caught a glimpse of him and immediately raised an eyebrow.

“Do not leave your tie around your bare top half,” You informed him as you turned back to the sink. “You’ll look like a stripper.”

Kageyama choked on his air behind you as you pulled your phone from your bra, immediately Googling what you should do. You placed your phone down on the counter as you dug hydrogen peroxide and washing detergent out of the cupboards, mixing them in the sink before you placed the shirt in the mixture — grinning when the stain immediately began to fade.

You pumped your fist in the air. “Success!” you cried.

“That’s great,” Kageyama drawled, trying not to look too flustered at how cute you looked. “But could I get a shirt?”

“Oh, yeah of course,” You stumbled, hurriedly unlocking the door and fleeing the scene, your heart thumping in your chest and Kageyama’s naked chest watched into your mind.


I had so much fun writing this (my boyfriend was mildly worried about why i was googling, ‘how to get red wine out of clothes’ but hey) and I think it turned out pretty good!

[reminder that the inbox is open for requests and to chat!]

- Admin Emi

6

First

“I hate this party,” Jack mumbles behind his champaign flute. 

The old man beside him doesn’t miss the complaint. Tilting the head, the adoptive father smiles way too gleefully at the sight of his adopted son keeping readjusting his bow tie as if it’s suffocating him. “Everyone seems to be having fun. It’s not my fault that you are not. It’s a party after all.”

“A cocktail party,” Jack corrects flatly and adds, “one requiring formal dress.”

The elder man gives the younger man a good pat on the back. “Don’t say that. You clean up nice. Go find some young ladies of your age and enjoy the time.”

“There’s no young ladies of my age. There are only middle-aged women and kids,” Jack retorts.

“Hmm, I remember the Iversens have brought their elder daughter here,” Nic says, musing. “You two are about the same age.”

“I never meet any Iversen,” Jack says.

The old man breaks into a sly smile. “Don’t worry. It’s easy to spot her. Just look for a young lady in a killer dress.”

***********************

“A killer dress?” Jack repeats incredulously as he walks through the crowd, looking for any female party that might fit the description. Running a hand through his stark white hair, Jack keeps rambling to himself. “Doesn’t the old man know I have no sense in women’s fashion? Like I could actually tell which dress is…”

The young man trails off, eyes sticking to the beautiful sight before him. Silk-like skin against milk-white fabric, the dress hugs the woman’s curvy body perfectly with a fully open view of its owner’s flawless back. 

As if sensing the heat of Jack’s gaze, the woman turns and Jack is met with the most beautiful blue eyes he has ever seen. 

He doesn’t notice his face flaming up as his tongue suddenly becomes too big in his mouth to speak. He finally manages to introduce himself after removing his gaze from hers. 

Reaching out a hand, he stammers. “I…I’m Jack.”

Smiling, the woman gives her hand as well. “I am Elsa.”

And Jack has no more complaint about the party. 

Okay, as expected, I am late. It’s already December 2 in my timezone… 

But well, to those who are still on December 1 and those who are in December 2 like me, enjoy my “first” theme for jelsa week!! 

Happy anniversary for my precious babies!!

Easy (Like Sunday Morning)

Most people probably thought our Sunday mornings were wild on the days he didn’t have to stress about matches or training. Hangovers, waking up naked and barely remembering all of last night. But no that wasn’t us. Sundays meant relaxation. Sundays meant the last day before I had to return to the reality of the job I hated.

Whether it was his place or mine, we woke up on Sunday fairly normal actually just like right now. I had on a Hello Kitty t-shirt, which is childish I know, and Victoria’s Secret sweatpants. Neymar was laid up on the couch beside me shirtless and in his boxers. That was his normal sleep attire and no, he wasn’t shirtless because we had sex the previous night or something.

That was the funny thing about our relationship. It involved absolutely no sex.

Zero.

Zilch.

None.

And I know that’s a bit hard to believe given the whole Neymar Jr. persona perpetuated in the media and the fact he’s some sort of sex symbol amongst female fans everywhere but the fact of the matter was, in our last eight months of dating we had no sex at all.

Sure, he made sexually suggestive comments because what guy didn’t? And yeah he did like to cuddle me extra close even when his member couldn’t quite contain his excitement but he never used those things to lure me into breaking my beliefs.

I wasn’t abstinent because of my religious beliefs or because I was trying to save myself for marriage or any other reasoning aside from my own personal choices. I just didn’t want my relationship to thrive on sexual contact only. No, I wasn’t trying to bring down those that incorporated sex into their relationship from the beginning. More power to them but I was trying this new thing I had never tested in my previous relationships and that was being abstinent. What exactly I was trying to get out of it I wasn’t sure. Besides the obvious closer, deeper and meaningful connection with my boyfriend I think I just felt more comfortable this way.

I had never thought up the prospect of Neymar searching elsewhere to please his sexual needs and he had never given me reason to. He always assured me that he supported my choice and was willing to wait for as long as I was. That alone was admirable and it was close to making me weak at the knees and just give in every time we had that conversation where he had to reassure me that nothing he said had changed.

He had truly become my Prince Charming based on that and the fact that I had a man who was willing to wake up early on mornings like these to enjoy bowls of cereals and corny cartoon shows that kids far far far younger than us were up enjoying.

That was just us and I think everyone grew to love us as the funny, carefree pair we were. We had a lot of similarities and even more dissimilarities that made us the perfect pair to those around us. Even my father loved him and he was a tough cookie to crack but looking at Neymar now as he sat with a bowl in one hand and the remote in the other, I knew he was the one for me.

“So now that that’s gone off, shall I find another show for us to watch?” He questioned as he looked up towards me.

“Yes. Just make sure it’s a good choice.”

“Aren’t they always?” he confidently smirked.

I playfully rolled my eyes. “I guess.”

I grabbed my spoon and got another spoonful of my nearly soggy cereal ready for my tasting. It was just like I liked it and Neymar hated it when I let my cereal sit in the milk for too long. He complained that it was the worst way to eat cereal.

What did he know anyway?

I relaxed against the sofa, finishing up my bowl and watching the show he had just turned to. It seemed interesting enough but it was like this childish side lit up inside of me as soon as I heard the familiar hum of a song I had heard plenty of times in my childhood.

I couldn’t even quite recall what the title of the song was or even some of the lyrics but I hopped up so fast once it came on and I recognized it, dropping my bowl carefully to the table and hopping back up on the couch so that I was now standing on the cushions.

I broke out into the song, humming the lyrics I didn’t now and proudly belting the ones I did. Neymar just watched me from below, alternating between chuckling, shaking his head at his girlfriend’s childish antics and taking a spoonful of lukewarm milk into his mouth.

“Come on! You don’t know this song?”

He laughed and shook his head. “No. No I do not.”

“Oh what sort of childhood did you have? You’ve been deprived.” I gently shook his arm as I spoke, careful to avoid shaking him too hard to the point he’d send his milk to the fabric of my favorite sofa.

“Or maybe I’ve been protected,” he laughed again.

I just rolled my eyes and continued on with my performance, hopping on the couch to the kiddy beat that played.

It was moments like this with my boyfriend that I enjoyed the most. I could just be myself. My incredibly childish, carefree self and he seemed to love it as he gazed up at me with loving eyes. These were the mornings I lived for.

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