I once had a dream that Giorno was a dance teacher and Fugo, Mista, and Narancia were his little students and Abbacchio and Bruno were the moms watching from the side and oh my god do you have any headcanons for this
why cant i have dreams like this :c
- Narancia is absolutely Giorno’s star student; he’s incredibly flexible and enthusiastic and he looks like he’s having the time of his life whenever he’s up onstage. Fugo is jealous - Mista’s pretty chill about it, he’s in dance because he thinks it’s fun and not because he wants trophies or competition or anything. They sure are shiny, though.
- Fugo wants to be just as good as Narancia and practises very hard but just doesn’t have the flexibility or the friendly face that the older boy has; he resorts to delighting in being Smarter than Narancia, remember routines and names for moves better than him and belittling Narancia when he gets them wrong.
- Giorno likes Mista because he tries. He might not have the talent that Narancia has or Fugo’s burning desire to be better, but he has an easy grin and he seems to be having fun. Giorno would really like it if he’d stop changing the routines just so he doesn’t have to do things on the beats of four, though. His rhythm is throwing everyone else off.
- Giorno is a very patient teacher; Bruno loves him and thinks he’s wonderful with the children. Abbacchio is … jealous of how much Bruno seems to like Giorno. Both of them are retired professional classical ballerinas (CAN YOU IMAGINE) and Abbacchio would much rather be teaching the children himself, Giorno doesn’t have anywhere near enough discipline–
- Bruno is of the mind that as long as the children are having fun, that’s all that matters - and if Narancia is picking up titles for doing it, than he’s definitely got no reason to complain.