Ignore It (Asahi Azumane)Ignore It (Asahi Azumane) by WizzyGameMaster
They were at it again. I could hear their voices. The two may not have been speaking directly to me, but I knew their words were directed at me. Sick and stupid vampire jokes, among other words.
Ignore them. That's what I kept telling myself. That's what everyone always said to do... That doesn't mean it doesn't still hurt! People who say nonsense like that clearly don't know how it feels to be bullied.
My grip on the piece of chalk in my hand tightened, threatening to break it if these two kept up much longer. It's not my fault my skin is incredibly pale almost like a corpse. It's not my fault I'm different than everyone else. It's not my fault I'm the outcast. It's not my fault that people think I'm a vampire. It's not my fault-
“These are really good,” a calm voice said beside me. I slowly stood up, then looked over at the one who had interrupted my internal rant.
Before I could even stop myself, the words that first came to mind spilled right out. “Whoa, you're ta
The Chase (Asahi Azumane)The Chase (Asahi Azumane) by WizzyGameMaster
Seeing that smile on his face when he'd seen the chalk drawing I'd done of him, I couldn't help but feel happy. Asahi's gaze slowly turned upward, quickly canning the area before landing on me. I gave him a gentle smile. Would he follow me if I ran off right now? Deciding to give it a try, I waved and ran off into a nearby alleyway.
I'd come her just to see here again. When she'd run off, something inside said, 'follow her.' And that's just what I did. Gently pushing my way past the crowd of girls staring at my picture, I raced after that girl with a messy ponytail and chalk speckled face.
Reaching the alleyway she'd disappeared into, I just barely caught sight of her ponytail as she vanished around a corner.
He was out of sight, but I knew he wasn't far behind. When the the alley crossed with another, I ducked over to one of the sides, just out of sight. Moments later, I saw him pass me and stop.
Asahi looked around, trying to guess the path I'd taken. He
Kuroo x Reader: PaybackKuroo Tetsurou x Kenma’s Sister! ReaderKuroo x Reader: Payback by LovingLilac
The Nekoma school team was practicing their regular routine; volleyballs were flying everywhere, people were running in various directions, and sweating. The captain called for a water break. You took an indirect route to Kenma, passing others, trying to keep your presence hidden. People were heading back to the court soon after, including Kenma, who had his back to you. You took in a big breath, and then shouted.
"KENMA!" You latched your arms around his neck, and hung on to him. He turned around, and even tried to shake you off, but your grip was fierce. He looked to his side, and saw your face.
"W-why are you here?" He was blushing since everyone was staring.
"Are you embarrassed because lots of people are looking?" you whispered so only he could hear.
"Yes, please get off."
"No way onii-chan," you snarled. You thought about the best way to get revenge on your older brother during the extremely long walk to his school. You were actually
The Only Exception | Tsukishima Kei x Reader [1/?]
"And up until now I have sworn to myself
That I'm content with loneliness.
Because none of it was ever worth the risk.
But you are the only exception."
Tsukishima Kei was not the easiest person to get to know.
He was snarky, rude, and his words dripped of sarcasm. If people weren't intimidated by his height and disconcerting demeanour, they were definitely put off by his bluntness and cold personality.
He didn't have many friends. Sure, he was almost always found with the Karasuno volleyball team, but they didn't really count. They thought of him as family, despite his spiteful personality, yet he couldn't find it in himself to reciprocate the kindness and warmth they treated him with just yet.
He wasn't always like that though.
There was a time when a younger Tsukishima Kei was enthusiastic about volleyball, loved to boast about his older brother, and looked up to the many other players of Karasuno.
But after what h
Ouran High School Host Club X Reader Part 1
In a well furnished bedroom, a girl was sleeping peacefully in a king sized bed. Blissfully unaware of her surroundings, without the rise and fall underneath the blankets, you would think she was dead to the world around her.
Beep beep beeeeep
The alarm caused the girl to move out from the warmth of the blankets and mutter angrily, all the while cursing the infernal beeping sound. Until she shut the alarm off with a firm smack, and sat up.
You flung the blankets off of your bed with a huge grin on your face. Today was the last day of school. You would finally be free of that awful building where teachers tried to fill your brain with 99 percent useless stuff irrelevant to your future. Summer was complete freedom, with over two months of no academic learning and no drop-dead boring teachers.
You attended Ouran Academy, a prestigious school for kids who wanted to graduate with honours, or where rich parents sent their kids in hop
::Yamaguchi Tadashi X Reader:: Underwear [ 9 ]
Love. That was the only thing Tadashi could see when he looked at the girl laying in front of her. He found that his mouth seemed to go dry when ever she spoke, touched, or even smiled at him. It was a crazy feeling. A feeling that got the boy's head swirling with thoughts only about her.
"I can't believe we just.."
"Is it really that surprising to you, Tadashi-kun?"
The girl tilted her head as she examined his pretty dark eyes, and she ran a finger over his skin on his cheeks, connecting the dots of freckles. His face seemed to turn red at her touch, and he lowered his head on to her collar bones.
"Nn.. Yeah. It is.."
He swallowed as her fingers got caught in his hair, and he draped his arms over her, tugging the girl close to his chest. She hummed as he thought about it.
"Because.. you're just so.. perfect.. I can't believe I go--"
The girl's [E/C] hues flickered up to look at him, and she pressed a kiss to Yamaguchi's jaw. He glanced away from her
Crush [Nishinoya Yuu]
It was strange, the way he acted around you. Even though he loved Shimizu a lot too, Nishinoya always openly expressed his feelings. When it came to you, though, it was the exact opposite.
He'd stare at you, then pretend as if you were as common as air. If he saw you in the hallways, he'd pretend you were the least interesting thing in the world to him and stare at the quiet wall. At lunch, he'd find every excuse there was to sit near you, but he'd never try to make a sound.
Why was it so difficult to speak to you? He was every bit of interested, but his mind and body would not obey his true desires. Was it because you were so beautiful that he found it hard to approach you? No, no, Shimizu was beautiful too, and the short boy always found himself outwardly fawning all over her. Was it because you were smart and always quiet so that he found it hard to expose his loud personality? No, not that either.
Wait, since when was he so shy?
According to Sugawara, he should just take it one ste
Countdown || Countdown [Oikawa Tooru x Reader]
*Soul mate/Timer AU*
You glance back over to the entrance of the large school. You hope that this was the right building, since you need to go to the gym. Mindlessly rubbing on the zeros on your wrist, you stand there for quite some time. The day after you got your Timer installed on your wrist, the numbers fell all the way to zero, making it very difficult to know when you would meet your soul mate. The situation was very common when the Timers were first invented.
You had gotten your Timer somewhat early on in your life, but there was no way to fix the blinding zeros. That's what the installers said, until your cousin, Iwaizumi, excitedly told you a way to fix things. It was very difficult to fix, however.
He always knew about your problem, and reassured you that you weren't the only one. He had told you about his many friends that also had zeroes on their wrist. One o
Countdown || Fifty [Sugawara Koushi x Reader]
The gym floor creaks eerily, startling you. The blood in your veins runs cold as you realize that you hadn’t moved in a few minutes, so it couldn’t possibly be you who made that noise. Heart pounding and body shaking, you slowly turn around to observe the scenery behind your quivering form.
"H-hello?" you ask timidly when you see that no one was there. Surely the floor couldn't have squeaked like that on its own. You know that this was an old gym, but it couldn't possibly be that old. There was no response, and you curse your ill-mannered friends for giving you a seemingly harmless dare to spend the night in an ancient, weathered down school building. You couldn't even remember the name from all the terror surging through your veins. Kawasano? Kura
Haikyuu! Various x Sister! Reader: ForgottenWhen plans go astray people get worried, especially when they are left out of the loop. What happened? Is everything okay? What went wrong? Why? When it turns out the reason is because you are forgotten; worry becomes replaced with a different emotion.
It was after class at Karasuno school and the gym was filled with volleyball players. In various areas of the gym people were practicing spiking, tossing, serving, and receiving. Kageyama did a jump serve which Hinata worked on receiving. Tanaka was spiking tosses from Sugawara which Tsukishima blocked and Nishinoya tried to save. Other players were practicing their serves with other teammates receiving them. There was a high level of energy with everyone putting forth an effort. However, you were here because he forgot about you. You had waited for him for four hours! You understood he loved volleyball, but the least he could have done was text you saying he couldn't make it.
The person you were upset with was...