_____ wasn’t too sure abut going on a date with Kuroo Tetsurō, they didn’t know what to expect of him. They only knew what people around them have said, rumours and other people’s perspective. From what they could gather Kuroo was rather laid back, but he was good at provoking people and was known as the “scheming Captain” of Nekoma’s Volleyball Team. Honestly, that made them even more nervous, though their friends pushed them to agree to at least one date with the bed-headed male.
The amusement park was the date destination, which wasn’t that bad of an idea. Rides were always fun, plus _____ was a sucker for the junk food they always had. With an optimistic view of the date, they steeled their determination and went to go meet Kuroo at the entrance. The day went by rather well, they went of several rides, played different games which Kuroo won _____ a couple of stuffed animals. They of course laughed about how they were poorly made with the mass production of the stuffed creatures. Over all, Kuroo didn’t seem all the bad. He was kind and rather fun to be around.
“Hey, let’s go to the Haunted House before we leave.” _____ said with a smiled, looking towards the rickety old building that was coloured in ominous colours and eerie background music for effect.
Kuroo agreed with a nod, though his eyes lingered on the building for a few more moments.
“Are you scared?” They asked the captain with a sly grin, raising a brow at the male.
“Pfft,” Kuroo snorted, “me scared? Hardly, it’s just a haunted house. Come on, let’s go!” He grasped the other’s hand and lead them into the attraction. The bright sunlight vanished the moment they stepped inside, the door slamming close behind them. _____ jumped in surprise, quickly turning their head to look at the door. “Are you scared?” Kuroo teased, causing his date to huff out in annoyance.
“It just surprised me is all.” They stated, looking back down the hall that lead through the attraction.
With a quick squeeze of Kuroo’s hand, they set off through the attraction. Everything seemed to be all fine and dandy, the usually things falling from the ceiling in attempts to scare them, such as rubber spiders and fake ghosts.
“See, this isn’y bad!” Kuroo laughed, looking over at his date who nodded their head. “Too bad though, I was kind of hoping you would get scared and cower in my arms~” The smug look on Kuroo’s face made _____ roll their eyes.
They were near the end when it happened. Kuroo should have expected something when he felt the hairs on the back of his neck stand on end. One of the workers, dressed up as a ghoul jumped out at them near the exit, the finale scare before they exit is what caught Kuroo off guard.
The shrill girly cry of Kuroo was followed by him punching the worker in the face out of reflex. The worker crumpled to the ground in pain as _____ looked at Kuroo with a surprised expression.
“W-we gotta go!” He yelled, grabbing his ate’s hand and running out of the house. They ran for a few minutes before stopping, both needing to catch a quick breath.
Once _____ regain their breathing, they broke into a fit of laughter. They doubled over, hands on their knees as they wheezed out giggles. They laughed until their sides hurt.
“Oh my gosh!” They exclaimed, “you should have seen the look on your face! And your scream! That is priceless! I can’t believe you punched him in the face!”
Warmth rushed to the tip of Kuroo’s ears as they looked at them, “hardy-har-har.”
“That was the best!” They never expected someone like Kuroo act like such a, dork. That was the key factor there. The one trait that literally won them over. A smile graced their features, “so, when’s the second date?”