So what the hell was this?
You stabbed a piece of egg with more violence than necessary, shoving it in your mouth and chewing on it savagely.
"(y-y/n), are you okay? You're kinda freaking me out," you're friend, Kayama Nemuri, asked you tentatively, holding her own lunch close to her body protectively.
"I'm fine. I'm totally fine! I'm more than fine! What makes you think I'm not fine?" Another piece of egg met a more violent end than it deserved.
"Well for starters, Yagi-san isn't attached to you like he usually is. I didn't even know it was possible for the two of you to be apart for the space of three minutes." She smiled teas
Sighing, you turned and looked out the window next to your desk. You hadn't even realized it, but you'd been staring at Toshinori, letting your fantasies take hold for a moment. Luckily he didn't seem to notice, still happily chatting away with Hizashi and Nemuri. No one seemed to notice for that matter, but who would notice a shy girl like yourself when a boy as bright and beautiful as the sun sat next to you? Besides, you weren't anything special. Tons of girls flocked to Toshinori for his good looks and powerful quirk, all of them more beautiful and powerful than you could ever hope to be.
"I love you, (y/n)." Toshinori could see the happy tears in your eyes as he spoke the words that he'd been longing to tell you since childhood. When you smiled, he thought his heart stopped.
"I love you too, Toshinori. So much." He leaned down and kissed your lips once more, his smile pressing against yours. You giggled, eyes sparkling, and said, "I'm really not fine when your not around." Holding you closer, he pressed his forehead to yours, taking in your radiance lovingly.
"I'm the same way, (y/n). I'm not fine when I'm not with you."
"To..." Toshinori grasped desperately at the dream, at the memory of love and warmth.
"...shinori." No, he didn't want to return to cold reality, but the hand on his shoulder was persistent.
"Toshinori!" He jolted awake, dreams of you falling away despite his best efforts. Rubbing his eyes, he saw the sky lighteni