And anyway Hinata was sprinting out faithfully after Atsumu, who had keys to the gym like a badass, and who was going to give his spikers a few more tosses after-hours without Meian knowing like the greatest, most generous badass the Jackals had ever seen.
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25 Jul 2021
This is so sweet! Atsumu is so dumb! I love it
In which Sakusa Kiyoomi, feared mercenary, makes an unfortunate deal with an infamous kitsune.
“'Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair,'” Tsukishima says from behind him, and Kuroo freezes. “You said it makes you feel better because nothing is absolute. Tyrants fall and are forgotten. But don’t discount the present quite so quickly, just because it might not last into the future.”
“I’m no hero, Kei,” he says roughly. “I’m just a millionaire genius with too much trauma, too little sense, and too much time on his hands.”
“The thing about heroes,” Tsukishima says meditatively, “is that they’re made into an archetype. You don’t have to be an ideal to still be a good person, Tetsurou.”
Kidnapped for the weapons inside his head, millionaire industrialist Kuroo Tetsurou finds that escape doesn’t come easy even with an iron will and a piece of revolutionary technology in his chest. But when enemies both near and far from home threaten the new life he’s building for himself, Kuroo will need more than an iron suit and a gun-wielding, colour-coding assistant to save the day.
And that’s only the beginning.
- Part 1 of but not the essence
He'd had a plan. Destroy the SAD manufacture plant, destroy the SMILE factory... A kidnapping here, a bit of extortion there. Simple, at least by Law's standards. The Straw Hats had been a surprise, but a manageable one. Doflamingo would submit to their demands, sealing his own fate, or they'd destroy the factory and Kaidou would finish the job for them. He'd had a plan.
Now Law doesn't know what's going on, but its definitely not the plan.
There are plenty of reasons people don’t like walking into work early on a Monday morning, but Kei can safely say that thinking you might find a dead body on the floor of your workroom is not one of them. Not only are the police underfoot but management is breathing down his neck, his boss is on maternity leave, the Egyptology collection needs to be inventoried, and his assistant might just die of shock himself.
Oh, and one of the detectives on the case is his ex-boyfriend.
Kei doesn't quite know which is worse: being caught up in a murder mystery in his own damn department, dealing with the idiots around him, or working with the ex he's still in love with. He might have to catch the killer to find out.
- Part 1 of Rosetta Stone
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13 Jul 2021
the only valid Breaking up and making up ever.
absolutely brilliant kurotsukki! the heart-break is palpable, they're a mess without each other, still so hopelessly in love hnnnnnnm it's just so fuckin good.
also: THAT PHONE CALL. OMFG.
Oikawa is an absolute menace in this, as he should be <3