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Aomine was late again. You stared morosely at
the dinner you had set up elaborately and tried not to let the tears escape.
Aho-mine! Standing up with a growl, you took all the dishes and dumped the food
into the dustbin almost vengefully. A mixture of hurt and anger was swirling in
you and it was almost too painful to even cry. You thought he would remember
that it was your anniversary. You even texted for him to come home earlier but
he forgot, didn’t he? Just as you were washing the dishes, the door opened and
Aomine silently crept in. You turned around, rage seething on your face. When
he came into the kitchen, he did a double take at your expression and held up
his hands in a ‘I surrender so you need to calm down’ motion.
you?” You asked icily.
He winced before
Tetsu invited me to ball with them.”
Upon hearing that,
a laugh escaped you. Basketball? That was what was much more important than you?
“I should have
known,” you shook your head, turning back to the dishes.
Tears were already
slipping down your cheeks and blurring your vision as you scrubbed viciously at
“Baby. I am
sorry I didn’t come home early but you don’t need to be so mad,” he
“It was our
anniversary!” Your voice cracked as you raised it.
You heard his
astounded gasp and he wrapped an arm around your waist.
“I am sorry I
forgot,” he whispered.
You turned around,
pushed him away and wiped your tears with the back of your hand.
How many time have you forgotten about me just this month alone?” You were
close to screaming, only hindered by the fact that you were sobbing violently.
forgot! There is no need to get this worked up!” He defended himself,
taking a step back.
You think I have no reason to be worked up? I cooked so many dishes for you,
cut myself countless times and now I have dumped it all away because. Of.
You!” You jabbed a finger in his direction, anger fueling your words.
All filters were
off as both of you glared at each other. The tension was thick enough to be cut
with a knife until he broke it.
I just forgot. You are making a big deal out of nothing,” he hissed.
Your jaw clenched
when you heard those words.
what? I am done. Fuck you and your stupid shit. I am done.”
After saying that,
you brushed past him and ran out of your house. He did not stop you and you
didn’t stop. Not until it was too late. The headlights of a car blinded you
just seconds before it all ended.
Akashi had told you that he would not be home
early as he was finishing up work in his office so why do you still feel so
empty? You pulled a blanket up to your chin, taking in deep breaths to stop
your sudden sadness. Ever since he took over the company a year ago, he hasn’t been
accompanying you at all. He leaves home before you wake up and comes home when
you are asleep. He doesn’t even return home sometimes. For the first few
months, he would promise to make it up to you but he never did. Work always
came before everything. Even your birthday and your anniversaries. You were
sick and tired of all the broken promises and his absence in your life. You feel
like you never see him anymore. An hour passed with you sitting alone in
silence. Then two and three ticked by. It was almost 3 a.m. when the front door
finally opened and Akashi walked in while loosening his tie.
“You are finally back?” your tone was clipped.
You hated yourself for this surge of insecurity but seeing
him just stroll in while you were torturing yourself made a dam break in you. Akashi
turned around at the sound of your voice, clearly surprised.
“You are still up?”
“I was waiting for you.”
“I told you I would be back late. You shouldn’t have
waited,” he replied, walking past you.
“Do you still love me?”
The question stopped him in his tracks and he looked at you
with an incredulous expression on his face.
“What are you talking about?”
You stood up to face him, tears brimming in your eyes.
“Do you still love me, Seijuro?”
He raked a hand through his hair, looking exasperated.
“What’s wrong now? What brought this on? It’s late and I am
tired. Can we not do this?”
His words were like sharp knives to your chest and you
“If we don’t do this now, we will never do it again! Do you
know how many times I have seen you this year? Twice! Once on your mother’s
anniversary and today! What have I done wrong? Am I so unimportant?”
Emotion was taking hold of you as you raised your voice,
staring him straight in the eyes. His eyes turned cold as he stared back at
“You know that I was managing the company. I was…”
“Everything is so much more important than me and I am sick
and tired of it,” you interrupted.
“You are being unreasonable,” his voice turned upset and
you could sense the chill as he spoke.
The chasm between the both of you was widening and there
was nothing you could do to stop it.
You laughed dryly and shook your head slowly as you took a
“Unbelievable. You are unbelievable.”
Your heart took over logic at that moment and you ran out
of the door. Reaching a hand up to your cheeks, you realized that it came away
wet. You were finally crying. Without even thinking, you dashed across the dark
Blaring horns, shining lights and loud shouting were the last
thing that ever made sense to you.
“I will be out with the guys tonight. Aomine-kun asked for
a basketball session.”
The text was simple and short, the way Kuroko always wrote them. You closed your eyes when you received
the message, sighing as you sank back into the sofa. It was your birthday and
you cannot believe he had actually forgot about it. Nigou came over at this
point, snuffling his wet nose at your ankle. Reaching down with a sad smile,
you ruffled his head.
“Thanks, Nigou. You are the only one who remembered,” you
laughed as the dog looked up at you with his wide baby blues that reminded you
so much of Kuroko.
Carrying him into your arms, you snuggled with Nigou and
accidentally fell asleep. When you finally woke up with a crick in your neck,
you glanced at the time.
Kuroko wasn’t home yet and somehow that fact wormed into
your heart and made a crack. Nigou had squirmed his way out of your arms when
you were sleeping and when you woke, he trotted to you with the leash in his
“You want to go out?” you asked softly, patting his head.
He gave a little whine and nodded. You quickly looped the
leash around his neck and just as you stood up, the door opened. Kuroko walked
in while carrying a basketball under his arm.
“Hi, I am home,” he said, placing the basketball down and
walking past you.
“Did you forget?” your voice rang out clearly and he
stopped in his tracks.
“Forget? Forget what?” He asked, a confused look on his
“You did. Is basketball so important?” you asked, unable to
help the hurt that is shown clearly in your expression.
“(f/n)-chan, what are you talking about?” he made no move
to approach you, simply standing there looking confused.
“You know what? Fine. It’s okay. I expected you to forget
my birthday anyway.”
His eyes widened as you spilt the information and he took a
step towards you. You held your hand out, stopping him.
Without another look at him, you grabbed Nigou and stormed
out of the house. In your rage, you ignored the red man and crossed the road. A
warning loud horn alerted you of the car but it was too late by then.
All too late.
“Oha Asa says that our signs are not compatible tomorrow so
I can’t be around you tomorrow,” Midorima
said between chews.
Your head shot up, an incredulous expression on your face.
“Excuse me? You promised me that we are going out on a date
tomorrow. You were the one who promised me? Don’t tell me you are going to
ditch me just because of Oha Asa.”
“Of course I am following Oha Asa. It is always right,” he
frowned, looking at you.
Anger boiled up in you at that statement and you stood up,
pushing your chair back harshly.
“Oha Asa. Is that all you can think of? How am I less
important than some… horoscope telling program?”
He placed his fork down almost impatiently and looked up at
you, almost like he was pacifying a young child throwing a tantrum.
“I thought you understood how important Oha Asa is to me.”
You gave an unbelievable shake of your head.
“Okay, just answer me this. Are you going on the date with
me tomorrow or not?”
“I told you I can’t be with you tomorrow already.”
Your jaw clenched at his answer and you took a step towards
“Fine. Oha Asa says we are not compatible at all so fuck
off, Shintaro,” you hissed before running out of the door.
You ran out of the house without heeding the traffic and by
the time you noticed the car that was rushing headlong for you, it was too late
You were poring over the travel brochures when Kise walked in.
“(f/n)-cchi, I have something to tell you,” he stated.
You looked up at him, grinning until you saw his serious
“Yes, Kise?” you asked, turning your full attention onto
“I can’t go on the trip with you anymore. The company said
that I have to go to some overseas event on the same day.”
The moment you heard that, your happy mood crashed and you
frowned down at your brochures.
“But we have planned this for so long,” you whined.
“Yeah, I got this information last minute,” he sighed.
“Can’t you not go? I really want to go on this trip with
you,” you pleaded.
“I can’t. This is crucial to my work and… I am sorry.”
Your eyes brimmed over with tears and you wiped them away
“Can’t you just go with me once? This is really important
to me too.”
“Can you stop being selfish? I told you this event is
crucial to me,” he suddenly snapped and you looked up at him in shock.
You scrambled to your feet, hurt overflowing.
“Fine! Baka Kise! Baka!” you shouted before rushing out the
door and into the chilly night.
Before you even had time to react, a car started sounding
its horn really loudly and just as you stood there, it came skidding towards
you. You didn’t even have time to scream before it all ended.
You stared at the sweets you have made and sighed, burying
your head in your hands. Today was both of your anniversary and you had wanted
to end it off by spoiling Murasakibara with
all the sweets you have made for him. Before you could wallow in your sorrow,
the front door opened and the purple headed titan walked in.
“Ne, (f/n)-chin,” he said as a form of greeting, his hand
in a chip bag.
“Where did you go, Mukkun?” you asked, irritation clear in
“Huh? I went to buy some chilli chips from the other town,”
he replied, eyes zoning in on the sweets on the table.
“Did you forget about our anniversary? I told you to come
back early today,” you huffed exasperatedly.
He wasn’t taking you seriously at all when he sat down at
the table and began sampling all the sweets.
“Uh, it is not that important,” he drawled, stuffing a
piece of cake into his mouth.
“Not important? Am I not important to you anymore?” you demanded,
anger fueling your actions.
He looked up at you, shocked at your response.
“What are you talking about? Stop bothering me, (f/n)-chin.”
Tears spilled over your cheeks when you heard that.
“Fine. I get it. Fine. Enjoy your sweets, Mukkun,” you spat
bitterly before storming out of the door.
You rubbed at your cheeks roughly before running straight
with no regard for where you were going. By the time you noticed that something
was wrong, the car was already headed straight for you.
are you?” you asked, hand on the phone.
He was still not home despite your various pleading
messages for him to be home early throughout the day.
“Huh? I am playing ball with Aomine-kun,” he replied.
The answer somehow made you clench your fist in irritation.
“Playing basketball? Have you forgotten about me asking you
to come home early? I prepared dinner!”
“Just put it in the fridge. I can heat it up myself later,”
he said nonchalantly.
“Heat it up? I want to eat it with you! What is wrong with
you? I told you to come home early already!” you hissed.
“Why are you so mad? This is not a big matter and you are
blowing it out of proportion,” he sounded annoyed and you could almost see his
bushy eyebrows coming together in a frown.
“Fine! You can eat your stupid basketball along with
Aomine! Have fun playing your stupid basketball!” you huffed before you ended
You were seething with rage as you stomped towards the door
and yanked it open. Slamming it close satisfied a tiny bit of the anger but it wasn’t
enough. Before you could finish locking the door, the most horrible screeching
sound came from behind you. Your eyes widened as you quickly turned around just
in time to see a car skidding towards you. It all went dark.