The Heroes: How They Deal with Kids
-because when you grow up and become a hero, kids will hear about you. And you will be recognized on the street.
-Denki gets distracted a lot. So when a kid is like, “ohmygosh hi!!” he is like: “WHAT HAPPENED?!” And starts sparking and shit like a villain is gonna jump out at him. The kids tend to just giggle and get excited to see his electricity. Then he calms down and like, spends some time making them laugh with static electricity between their fingers.
-Kiri LOVES the kids’ attention. He’s really smiley and happy, and will autograph anything. One time, a child asked him if he could break a glass bottle against Kiri just to see how hard his skin was. The parents were like STOP OMG DONT PLAY WITH GLASS and Kiri is like, “sure, I bet I could break it with just my pinky!!”
-Izuku is super flattered and shy, and tells them they’re gonna grow up and be awesome heroes too. He cannot believe that people want his autograph, but he doesn’t say no. Parents really love him and kids like to pile stuff in his arms to see how much his strength can hold. Or they just climb on top of him.
-Shouto is all right with kids. He’s kinda soft-spoken, but he smiles at them and will give them really good advice. He comforts a lot of crying children by making snowflakes for them. Children like to ask him to heat up stuff for them just to watch it melt. He’s superrrr protective and is completely the type to see any sort of parental abuse in public (whether its verbal or almost physical) and like, scare the shit out of said parent. Kids are very grateful for him.
-Katsuki hates children. Just….He doesn’t….Yeah it’s bad. He’ll sign stuff for them, but most of the time, it goes like this:
Kids: “EXPLOSION GUY!”
Katsuki: “The fuck?”
Kids: “MOMMM HE SAID A BAD WORD!”
Katsuki: “AGH SHUT UP YOU LITTLE—AGH I MEAN, NO, IT’S NOT A FUC—IT’S NOT A BAD WORD.”
Kids: “So I can say it too?”
Katsuki: “Uh, why would I give a f—why would i care?”
Kids: “Can I—?”
Katsuki: “See me blow up something?”
Kids: “—touch your hair?”