- Haikyuu!! (1)
Hanahaki Dieases: an illness born from unrequited love, where the patient’s throat will fill up with flower, they will then proceed to throw, and cough up the petals. One of the only ways for the disease to ‘disappear’ is if, the said person returns the feeling. The infection can also be removed through surgery, though the feelings disappear along with the petals. If they choose nether options, or the feeling is not returned in time, then the patient’s lungs will fill up with flowers, and will eventually suffocate.
What happens when someone who doesn't even know what love is happens to fall for the sun? My thoughts, nothing good.
14 May 2021
A little less than a year ago, Aizawa Shouta found a 14-year-old, quirkless boy in an abandoned house. Now he had two brilliant kids who had just gotten into UA with their friends. Can his boys make it through UA and become heroes?
Sequel to 'Can We Keep Him.'
- Part 2 of Found Family
Oikawa Tooru really didn’t know how he ended up with a baby.
Well, that wasn’t quite right.
He knew exactly how all this had happened, he was just having a hard time wrapping his mind around the idea - the grand, grand idea of utmost responsibility - with the kid crying so goddamn loudly.
It's the aftermath of a rebellion, and Oikawa is stuck in a snowstorm with the sole surviving heir and a warrior who may or may not be part of a cult.
Akaashi’s life was simple.
It wasn’t boring; not to him at least. But it was simple, nice, calm. Making the decision to move to the city would definitely disrupt his routine for a few days, but he was sure that he’d settle back into it fairly quickly. Not much would change with the move; the only difference was that he would now be doing it in a cramped apartment in Tokyo instead of his university dorm. Akaashi’s life would be the same; simple, nice, calm.
Yes, Akaashi’s life was simple. But it was also quite lonely.
AKA The one where Akaashi moves to the city searching for a job, but instead finds himself swept up in the lives of his odd neighbors.