Fandom: Haikyuu!! Rating: Teen Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply Relationships: Tendou Satori/Ushijima Wakatoshi, Tendou Satori & Ushijima Wakatoshi Characters: Ushijima Wakatoshi, Tendou Satori Status: Work in progress Summary: Ushijima Wakatoshi. That’s the coach’s name. And he’s the new biology teacher on campus, so not only is he incredibly beautiful, he’s also smart as hell. Tendou can tell he’s completely doomed.
Or: A high school teachers AU in which Tendou is the art teacher and Ushijima is the new biology teacher and volleyball coach on campus.
If Tendou Satori received a fresh new copy of any of his favorite volumes of manga for every time a student asked him to attend an event of theirs, he’d be practically swimming in manga.
Well, not that he isn’t already.
His apartment is full to the brim of books bought on a whim during weekly stops at the local manga shop. It’s not so much of an addiction as it is an escape; a way to take a break from the hustle and bustle of being a high school art teacher.
He loves his job, loves the smiles on his students’ faces every time he compliments their work and tells them how much they’ve improved. He loves the high-fives he receives as he walks through the hallways, the grins and the enthusiastic “Tendou-sensei!” that accompany those high-fives. He loves waking up every morning knowing that he’s going to a job that gives him a sense of completeness, a feeling that he’s doing something right and good.
But really, he would be lying if he said it wasn’t extremely tiring sometimes.
Minty is all finished and put together!!! <3 I’m really happy with how she turned out! :3 Hopefully you all love her as much as I do! <3 Her faceup was a bit of a challenge for me, but I think it turned out pretty nice in the end. ^_^
Cecil sighed, rolling his weight onto his other leg, foot tapping impatiently. The line for the ice cream shop was longer than he had anticipated, and now he was stuck, too far ahead to back out but still forced to wait for what seemed like forever.
Finally, he stepped up to the waitress, giving the hand signs for his order. Turning from the counter, he headed for the door, mint shake in one hand and cell phone in the other. Eyes focused on the screen, he didn’t notice the person in front of him until they collided, knocking the radio host down on his rear.