Tobio Kageyama had just experienced, by far, the most fulfilling school year of his life. Not only did he do well in volleyball, but he grew in the sport, learned how to be a team player, made friends for the first time ever, and took on opponents he never could have won against without the other members of Karasuno. He had definitely been able to open up more to developing social skills with the help of Hinata, Tanaka, Suga, and the rest of his team.
One area where he hadn't made any improvements, however, was where it concerned talking to girls. He'd been trying to figure out how to approach women, but
*Some mild angst-y sadness that you might not be interested in with this series*
Earlier that evening, Daichi Sawamura had overheard Coach Ukai and Mr. Takeda talking about being low on snacks and needing to go get more to last through the rest of the party. Always one to step up and help out, Daichi had insisted that he and his friends Suga and Asahi be the ones to run to the nearest open convenience store.
On the way there, the three boys talked about their plans again, now that they had graduated and would be headed separate directions in life. They were as ready as they were going to get, but they didn't stay on the subject too long bec
Koushi Sugawara laughed to himself as he looked around the dance hall. His teammates seemed pretty inept at interacting with the fairer sex on an average day, and it all seemed magnified here in the party setting. They were currently bickering over who would make the first move. Half of Karasuno seemed to think it should be Daichi, as their captain, to open up the dance floor, while the other half suggested one of their more outgoing members like Tanaka or Noya. Not one person even bothered to mention Asahi, and their ace looked as relieved by that as he might have if someone had told him all of his bills would be paid for forever.
"Is that one of the dads?" a small manager from DateKou asked a player from her team.
"No, stupid! That's Karasuno's Ace!" he responded, before tacking on quietly, "He just looks even older in that getup."
"Even older?!" Asahi Azumane muttered to the group of boys standing around him, looking down at the suit he was wearing for the party. "I thought it looked cool."
Snickering, Suga confessed, "You do look cool...but sophisticated cool...like an old man."
"What?!" Asahi exclaimed, as Daichi shot Suga a deadly glare and punched him in the arm.
Daichi quickly added, "We've talked about this. You can't try to be cool. You just are or yo
"Hey! Hinata!" came a familiar voice.
Turning away from the group of boys he was walking with to the party, Shouyou Hinata saw you smiling and waving at him.
"(F/n)! Hi!" he shouted back enthusiastically, waving back wildly.
"Oi! Calm down, dumbass," Kageyama growled, smacking him in the back of the head.
Rubbing the sore spot, Hinata winced as you caught up with them.
"Hi, Kageyama. Yamaguchi," you addressed the other boys with a smile. "Where are you guys going all dressed up like this?"
"We're going to a party for all the volleyball teams in the area! It's at the venue at the top of this hill!"
"No way! I just started working there
He had made up his mind before the day of the party had even arrived. Tadashi Yamaguchi was going to confess his feelings for you that night. He wasn't going to keep losing his nerve at the last minute, like the previous times he had almost told you. He also wasn't going to talk himself into believing he wasn't cool enough to ask you out. Even if it turned out you had feelings for someone else or you didn't see him in that way or that you liked his best friend, as Hinata had suggested--even then, he would go for it.
Yamaguchi was going to tell you that he loved you.
Well...he would tell you that he definitely liked you as way more than a fr
There it was.
He groaned frustrated at the view of the lovely smile that tugged at the corners of her lips. She looked so innocent, so delicious; he wanted to taste all of her.
He was aware of the fact that she was talking, but he didn’t seem able to actually listen to what she was saying. All he could concentrate on was the movement of her lips; the way her tongue passed over the silky pink skin; the musical lilt of her voice.
He wanted to pass the tip of his tongue over the tiny corner of her lips; trail the edge of her mouth; suck softly on the glossy curve of her lower lip.
He was desperate to meet her gaze as he’d bury hi
Everyone had been having the time of their lives. Even Tanaka and Noya had calmed down enough to focus on all of the cute girls so that Ennoshita didn't have to wrangle them every five minutes before they embarrassed themselves. There was loud music blaring, people dancing, and a lot of chatter, especially around his group of second years. It was nice of Takeda-sensei and Coach Ukai to host such a fun event, and more than ever, Ennoshita was so glad that he had decided not to quit volleyball after all.
As his friends began to venture out, feeling brave enough to ask girls for dances, Chikara Ennoshita was quietly observing the party from