• Yurio: *looking at intricate, beautiful braid* Holy shit, Beka this is amazing! How were you able to do this?
  • Otabek: *has flashbacks to the hours of hairstyle tutorials he watched on YouTube, just in case the event that he was able to braid Yuri's hair arose*
  • Otabek: Uh... Natural talent, I guess.
YOI Headcanon

HC that Otabek is really fluffy and sappy and romantic with Yuri. Like he’ll be the first to hold Yuri’s hand because Yuri gets too afraid to do it in public, and if they’re standing around, he’ll wrap his arms around him. Or Otabek will braid his hair, buy Yuri flowers just because, or surprise him with hugs from behind.

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Apparently Yuri is very angry and is saying something like: “Leaving me when I’m in such a bad mood? And you call yourself a friend?”

Here we have it ladies and gentlemen. Yuri is pissed off for some reason, Otabek has to leave for the club and doesn’t let Yuri come with him and gets shouted at.

What I can deduct is that Yuri was basically guilt tripping Otabek into helping him with Welcome to the Madness.

If you will excuse me now I will recede into the shadowy realm om YOI death again.

Yuri loves Otabek’s handwriting. It’s small, neat, and narrow cursive. He could stare at Otabek’s signature all day long. Yuri doesn’t have particularly bad handwriting, but he just wishes his could be as nice as Beka’s. So he practices in a notebook, and within five minutes he gives up because “it’s too hard” and “this is stupid anyway.”

Then, a really dumb idea pops into his head.

He remembers the stupid thing he would see dumb schoolgirls do in their notebooks; even Victor has done it. He begins to draw a heart and slowly write out “Yuri Altin”… “Otabek Plisetsky”… “Yuri Plisetsky-Altin”… “Otabek Altin-Plisetsky.” And he thinks about what he’s just done. And he starts laughing at how stupid he is. But he just carries on, coloring in the hearts.

Unfortunately, a certain someone interrupts him. Yuri quickly shuts his notebook and dashes away to Otabek’s side like nothing happened.

“Yuri, what was that about?”

“Nothing, nothing, don’t worry!”

Yeah, Otabek’s definitely checking that out later.

After a long practice, the event completely slips Yuri’s mind (and the homemade Kazakh dish Otabek made for dinner has definitely kept him occupied. Otabek makes his escape upstairs under that guise that he’s “just going to change.”

He feels bad that he’s infringing upon Yuri’s privacy… But what if it’s something important? With this new thought, he charges into the room and plops himself down at Yuri’s desk. He gingerly flips open the notebook.

Just some notes in Russian, science from the looks of it. He thumbs through it, coming away with nothing but a slight sense of disappointment.

Until he catches it.

A small heart, he thinks. He didn’t think Yuri would doodle anything other than cats and maybe caricatures of annoying teachers and rinkmates. Otabek finally locates the page. It has some neat, albeit a little jumbled cursive writing. He flips the page, and his heart skips a beat.

All over the page are variations of his and Yuri’s names. A fierce blush spreads over his face. The middle of the page seems quite empty, though. Otabek grabs a pen that has been haphazardly chucked onto the table, and fluidly outlines a medium sized heart in the middle. He writes out his name, and, and Yuri’s name, before drawing a little arrow through the heart.

“Maybe… Maybe I should throw this away. But, he’ll be suspicious if this page is gone. I… I guess… I’ll leave it.”

Before bounding down the stairs, Otabek remembers he had a fake reason for coming upstairs in the first place. That could’ve been awkward.

“Hey, Beka, I think I’m gonna go to bed for the night,” Yuri yawns.

“Oh–okay. Goodnight, Yura,” Otabek stutters.

“Uh, ‘night Beka.”

Yuri crashes into his bedroom, walking over to his desk to turn off the light before noticing his notebook and the unfamiliar drawing in it.

And that’s definitely not his writing.

He also definitely falls asleep with a smile spread across his face that night.

  • <p> <b>Yurio:</b> *watching Otabek work out*<p/><b>Yurio:</b> *whispers* damn....<p/><b>Yurio:</b> *watching Otabek get up after falling on his butt on the ice*<p/><b>Yurio:</b> *audibly loud* Damn.....<p/><b>Yurio:</b> *sees Otabek shirtless*<p/><b>Yurio:</b> *yelling* DAMNNN...<p/><b>Otabek:</b> YuriO STOP<p/><b>Yurio:</b> *shrugs* I call 'em how I seem 'em.<p/></p>
What in Otarnation?
  • <p> <b><p></b> <b>Otabek Rides a motercycle:</b> What in transportation?<p/><b>Otabek is a DJ:</b> What in recreation?<p/><b>Otabek is the Hero of Kazakhstan:</b> What in reputation?<p/><b>Otabek is a God:</b> What in characterization?<p/><b>Otabek clapping for Yuri:</b> What in admiration?<p/><b>Otabek being freinds with Yuri after five years:</b> What in dedication?<p/><b>Otabek saying Yuri has the "unforgettable eyes of a soilder":</b> What in proclamation?<p/><b>Viktor saying Otabek is a Hero and Yuri is a Fairy:</b> What in narration?<p/><b>Realising Scorpio and Pieces are soulmates:</b> What in constellation?<p/><b>The nicknames Yura and Beka:</b> What in abbreviation?<p/><b>Waiting for Otayuri to be canon:</b> What in anticipation?<p/></p><p/></p>