what is wrong with you
what is wrong with you
Not in conversation. You know so little about manners, I didn’t expect you to know that much anyway. Ah, and YOU stared at me first, by the way.
It’s weird to constantly keep eye contact, don’t gimme a lecture about manners of all things. I glanced at ya ‘n looked away, no problem with that is there?
Breaking eye contact is rude, Syo.
Starin’ is rude too y’know.
looks back harder….
Midorima had taken a break from basketball class. The lower half of his face wrapped in the height of his scarf, his hands tucked in the coat he wears outdoors during winters, Midorima chances to a small cafe that offers his favorite red bean soup.
However, upon arriving there, he notices a young man who although looking quite a bit older than him, appears to not have been blessed in the height department.
Midorima easily towered him, and, peering down at him with his nose up, he says. “Move, you’re blocking the way.”
Syo hadn’t exactly realized he was standing in the doorway, to be honest— not many people were going in and out anyways. It was surprisingly not busy for such a cold day; most people tended to take shelter in the cafe for a bit to get something warm.
The sudden shadow that fell over him made the blond look up, literally having to tilt his head back a bit to see the others face. What the hell. How tall was the guy? The words snapped him from his thoughts and Syo had to remind himself he was directly outside his work place.
"Yeah, my bad. Didn’t notice," he replied in a snipped tone, sidestepping nonetheless, "Don’t hit your head on the way in." That might’ve been a little sarcastic.
Tomoe was just doing a little shopping, their food supply is getting low and they would have to restock while it’s still early - for December means more people in supermarkets and more people means more time wasted waiting in the queue for the payment of the items. For a college student and her working roommates, it is something that they must avoid at all cost.
And so, Tomoe takes on the task of heading to the market. Carrying one paper bag full of grocery items on her arm and two plastic bags of vegetables and poultry on the other, she made her way to a small cafe which she usually frequents in whenever she’s in the area.
A lone young man was standing just outside the entrance, and as per usual habit, Tomoe took note of his small stature, which really did a lot to give him a youthful look. She calmly and casually approached the entrance before finally stopping in front of him that was blocking the entrance.
"Excuse me," she began. "But you’re standing in my way. Could you please move a little and continue your thoughts from there?"
The fact that he was standing directly in the doorway really hadn’t processed to Syo. He was more busy with warming his hands, rubbing them together and breathing into them before shoving them back into his pockets after checking the time. Another minute or two of fresh air and he’d have to go back inside—
His head lifted somewhat at the sound of another voice- it startled him a bit. The blond blinked at the words, almost sputtering before he bristled the slightest.
"Ah, sorry ‘bout that! Wasn’t payin’ attention," Syo apologized quickly, taking a step to the side as well as pulling the door open for her.
Not that he had to.. he was gonna be going back inside anyway, though.
It was starting to get colder out.. which he noticed, a little obliviously, after standing outside of the cafe while on his break. Being all bundled up was so different than wearing t-shirts and shorts during the spring and summer..
Winter really wasn’t his favourite season.. but snow was pretty cool. Maybe it’d snow soon! —He really didn’t want to go back to work.