A not-so-AU where Niall constantly runs charities, and Harry
shows up at one. (Look at me writing and posting twice in one day. I’m proud of myself.)
Niall loves the work he does, loves the people he gets to
meet, the people he gets to help, and the connections he makes throughout any
charity process. He raises thousands of dollars for each charity he aims to
help, and though the work may sometimes be exhausting, he feels that the smiles
and genuine teary-eyed Thank You’s he gets are worth it, and they inspire him to
keep doing the work he does.
He loves playing footie and organizing huge games with
famous players and his mates, but his favorite charity events are the auction
parties. He and his mates use their connections to get pieces from all sorts of
rich or important people, as well as valuable items like expensive phones and
laptops, and anyone is allowed to come give their money to a good cause. It was
at his last auction event that Niall rekindled an old flame rather than
creating a new one.
The auction was at its midpoint, one item away from a twenty
minute break that was necessary to holding people’s attention throughout the
night. Niall was in the middle of laughing along with Louis when a familiar
t-shirt was brought onto the stage on a thin mannequin. The white t-shirt had
been a favorite of his, though the feminine hands littering it confused him at
first. He could have identified that shirt anywhere, and of course the
auctioneer confirmed his suspicion of who it belonged to.
“This piece was donated to us by a mister Harry Styles, who
happens to be in attendance tonight. The bidding will start at one hundred
Chapters: ½ Fandom:Haikyuu!! Rating: Explicit Relationships: Iwaizumi Hajime/Oikawa Tooru Additional Tags: dance au, contemporary dance AU to be specific, College AU, Angst, Jealousy, Competition, Injury, Panic Attacks, Fluff, Smut, one-on-one dance sessions
When talking about what makes a perfect dancer, Oikawa had it all—the height, a lean body, the perfect technique, and flexibility. But the current lyrical piece that his college’s contemporary dance group was working on called for more than his usually fluid and graceful form. It needed a visceral yet controlled power to every step, something that Oikawa had trouble with. And to make matters worse, it was Iwaizumi’s forte.