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cosmos | yamaguchi tadashiYamaguchi Tadashi reminds you of the stars.cosmos | yamaguchi tadashi by gydachariad
He’s muted and shy during the day, but effervescent and beautiful at night.
The grass is soggy with the late afternoon’s rain and the midnight breeze chills you to the core, but the sight of your best friend staring up at the cosmos with such passion is enough to warm you from the inside. He turns and looks at you with galaxies in his eyes and a smile as bright as a star going into supernova, beckoning you to lie down next to him because right there is Orion, and there is Scorpio, and if you aren’t next to him he won’t be able to point them out as easily.
It’s hard to believe that during the day he’s silent and reserved when the Tadashi laying next to you has always been the unreserved, ethereal boy with nothing but the celestial beauty of space on his mind; no stress, no bullies, no volleyball, not even Tsukki would cross his mind as he lies beneath the blanket of stars with you. He
watch me swooce right in | kuramochi youichiGetting your boyfriend into Persona 4watch me swooce right in | kuramochi youichi by gydachariad
Your boyfriend Kuramochi Youichi was well known for being amazing at video games, but you were astounded that he never played any sort of RPG before and only stuck to fighting games - thus you introduced him to one of your favorite series. While you had started playing the straight Shin Megami Tensei games (like SMT IV), you had really come to enjoy the relative ease of the Persona games compared to their counterparts.
Once Youichi found out that Persona 4 had two fighting games, he declared that he would love to play your shitty role-play games but you weren't going to make it that easy for him. He had to finish the original game before he played any of the fighting spin-offs. It sucked for him, but was great for you.
After two straight days of hearing Youichi's very loud roommate complaining about him staying up too late, you decided to pay your boyfriend a visit only to find him stuck by a TV in Junes near the end of the game. He looked either n
countdown [maki yousuke]Soulmate Timer AUcountdown [maki yousuke] by gydachariad
What worries you the most about your game against Sensen isn't the giant pitcher; it's that your timer seems to be counting down to that game. Your soul mate is going to be at that game. What if they're part of Sensen? Will you be able to bat well if you know that your soul mate is on the opposing team? Hopefully it's just someone in the crowd that will come to congratulate you after a game well played. That sounds much better.
Twenty hours, fifty-four minutes, and one second until you meet your soul mate and you’re absolutely anxious. Please let it be someone in the crowd. You’re so worried that you toss and turn all night, watching as your timer hits twelve hours. Goodbye sleep.
On the bus ride the third years chide you for looking so tired, but you brush them off and say you’re fine; once the game starts you’ll be energetic again. It isn’t until Haruichi catches you glancing down at your timer that anyone realizes why you
flirt [maki yousuke]"Maki-chan, what the heck! Who gave you permission to get so tall!"flirt [maki yousuke] by gydachariad
It's hard for you to believe your childhood friend shot up to be almost 6'5 since the last time you saw him. The two of you have been close since you met in elementary school, but after being zoned for different middle schools it became harder and harder to see him, although it didn't stop you from texting and calling often.
Finding out that he was also going to Sensen was the best news you heard in years. On the first day of school you're standing out by the tree in front of the school like he had asked when someone taps your shoulder.
You almost didn't recognize him.
"Hello [Surname]-san. It's nice to see you again."
He's just as formal and polite as ever; you reach up to poke his chest and remind him that you've been friends for six years, he can call you by your given name.
"I'm sorry [Name]-san, and to answer your question no one did. I thought you found tall men attractive, or has that changed?'
"Of course it has