Back to Me - Akaashi Keiji
AN: I guess this drunk series is called Back to Me LOL. Here’s a mellow tale of cutie pie Akaashi and his reader best friend/roommate in college ~
Cheers to drunk confessions from your best friend.
WARNING: Alcohol mention!
“Dammit, Akaashi! Can you at least try to walk!?” Kuroo groaned, lugging around the delusional setter. “How are you so skinny, but still weigh a ton….”
“No!” he said, yelling right into Kenma’s ear on his other side. “I-I’m drunk! Let me be!”
“Quit yelling,” Kenma scolded.
“Hey, man, I drank, too!” Kuroo pouted. “Selfish….”
“Why am I stuck with Bokuto-san? He weighs like 200 pounds,” Kenma said.
“Oi!! Rude!” Bokuto clung to Kenma tightly. “I never see you come out to play, Kenma! Why don’t you love meeee ~”
“Am I homeeee yett ~ ?” Akaashi sang into the sky.
“Can you all relax!? It’s been like two minutes! And why are you so eager to get home now!? You were so excited to go out earlier.” Kuroo asked.
“I wanna see _____-sannnn ~”
“Eh!?” Kuroo looked at his wobbling friend with wide eyes. Kenma raised his brow in curiousity while Bokuto smirked at his words. “Why’s that?”
“They had a date today. And I wanna hear allllll about it….”
Akaashi’s words sounded encouraging and thoughtful, but neither of the boys missed how his voice softened. Kuroo felt Akaashi’s body begin to feel more relaxed, and he looked over to see his eyes drop to the ground.
Kuroo glanced over to his two friends with panic in his eyes. “Fuck, what should we do? Should we still take him home?” he mouthed.
Both of them shook their heads furiously. Kuroo nodded in agreement and started to steer away from Akaashi’s apartment slowly.
“Ok, Akaashi ~ We’re gonna head to my place instead,” Kuroo said, tightening his grip on Akaashi’s waist.
“No! I wanna go home ~”
“But our place is closer - Hey!”
Akasshi slipped out of Kuroo’s grip and ran for it, leaving the three behind. Kuroo thought about trying to stop him, but that would be too much work, and his body wasn’t willing to do so. The three boys sighed loudly and jogged to catch up with their lost friend.