- what she says: I'm fine
- what she really means: haikyuu!! ended I want to die
My love for Moniwa is really strong like
picture of him
Anonymous said: Captains reactions to their SO crying after they've lost an important match (not the SO losing but the Captains losing, so basically their SO crying for them - in a way)?
Daichi: Even though he was close to tears himself, he put on a smile and he hugged them tight. He kissed their forehead, mumbling against it quietly. “Thank you for supporting me. It’s okay, though, so don’t waste tears on one game.” He smiled at them, lightly patting their hip.
Kuroo: “Hey, hey, why the waterworks?” He grinned at them, like losing was no big deal to him. They knew better, and went to hit him on the arm, but he grabbed their wrist and pulled them into a one-armed hug. “…thanks for coming. Don’t cry, though. Crying doesn’t suit your pretty face.”
Oikawa: He hated seeing his partner cry—hated it with a passion. Seeing them cry, because of him, too, made him frown widely. He went up to them, wiped away some of their tears, and leaned down and kissed them softly. “Don’t cry…not for this. Is isn’t worth your tears, you know?”
Moniwa: It sort of panicked him at first, seeing them cry. He waved his hands around a bit before hugging their head, pressing a few kisses to it. “P-Please don’t cry, _____. It’s okay, really.” He comforted them and smiled at them, despite his own tears. “Thank you, _____. I love you.”
Bokuto: “_____, don’t cry!!” He instantly hugged them tight, lifting them off the ground a bit. He actually wrapped their legs around his waist and he just kind of carried them, smiling and kissing at their cheeks, kissing the tears away. “Don’t cry. It’s not over, y’know! I’ve still got time to play even after this.”
Ushijima: He was honestly surprised to see them crying, and he asked them why—and he was even more surprised when they said that they were crying for him. It took him a moment to shake it off, but when he did, he wrapped them up in a hug, patting their head lightly. “Hey, don’t cry. Especially not for me, okay? It’s fine.”