Haikyuu (85 haikyuu stories)
Inspired by @haikyuu_traaash on Instagram Wise men say only fools rush in. But I can't help falling in love with you. The cold kitchen tile cooled their bare feet as the two rocked slowly back and forth. Oikawa softly hummed to the tune of the song and closed his eyes. At that moment, he felt that he and his boyfriend were the only people in the world. He never wanted to let go. Oikawa loved Iwaizumi more than anything. That's why Oikawa didn't w
three friends: kuroo, bokuto, and tsukishima decide to go ghost-hunting in an abandoned house and accidentally breaks an antique porcelain vase
Oikawa Tooru. Oikawa the Great. The Great King. The Grand King. He was the best setter in the Miyagi prefecture. But he can’t imagine changing his routine to fit someone else in, lover or not. If they don’t fall into sync with him, they just aren’t meant to be. Why should he change the time he goes to the gym—shouldn’t you just get up earlier if you want to eat breakfast with him? Why should he alter the way his life is; why should he make room in his drawers for you, why should he co
[Oikawa x Reader] - To steal you as Kageyama's fan, that was his original goal. He'd do anything even if it meant breaking you emotionally. His pride and winning over his genius kouhai is all that matters to him. You, however, you acted strong and played in this game started by the inexplicable setter. Who'll lose first?
"The monster inside me loves to rear its frightful head every, single time I step onto the court.“ "I don't see how thats an issue Ji." "The problem is that when you spend too much time being a monster you forget how to masquerade as a human being again." A Haikyuu inspired AU in which 15 year old Park Jihyo is
Kageyama should be happy. He should be, really, it would be rude not to, especially since Kageyama's in a reunion surrounded by friends he haven't been keeping in touch to, lately, some he haven't even seen in years. He should be grateful for their presence beside him, but strangely, Kageyama feels alone.
He just stood there. Both his knees were shaking hard that he would collapse in no time. People have begun surrounding the scene. It was literally dramatic and hard to believe though he was there since before. He knew what happened. He knew who did so. Yet, he could not even utter a word or two. Blood splatter was so visible that he might vomit. Only when a few of the crowd started calling for emergency, he came to his sense and cried his eyes out. "Sugawar