Happy Christmas to you too!
Well this got out of hand.
seen this mentioned before, but I really like the thought: Aomine
being a champion of women’s rights because he has seen how Momoi is
treated, or even harassed, for the way she looks.
they go shopping together, ostensibly for shoes for him, Momoi will
sometimes have him help her pick outfits. The trick is knowing the
difference between “Whatever” and “Are you really gonna wear
that? Whatever.” The first one means it looks good.
and Aomine study together and she’s the only reason he even makes it
through the year. His grades are still awful though, because he
honestly does not care.
has been playing basketball with Aomine since she was little and
she’s actually really good. If she were in a ‘normal’ team, she’d
probably be an ace. She just doesn’t know it, because the only
people she plays with are the Generation of Miracles, and they make
anyone look like an amateur.
these two have always cared for each other, it takes them a long
time to even consider the possibility of being romantic. Daichan is
more like Momoi’s brother, and Aomine never even considers Satsuki
in a romantic way until Imayoshi points put that they’d probably be
good together. It’s a sentiment several of the Miracles have felt at
some point or other, but they, at least, were diplomatic enough not
to comment. Imayoshi does not have these qualms.
this really awkward phase for a while, where Aomine’s mind starts
wrapping around the thought of Satsuki as a woman. It involves much
blushing because holy crap she’s exactly his type.
first Aomine tries to pull away from her. If she comes to wake him
up on the roof, instead of whining, he’ll freak the fuck out. The
gears in his head are still slowly adjusting to the new situation
and he is Not Ready.
confuses the hell out of Momoi, who complains to her female friends
about how he’s so mean and why is he not more like Kuroko. Her
friends patiently, ever so patiently
sit her down to talk about her unreturned crush. “You’re telling
me you like him because he gave you a free popsicle? Didn’t Aomine
get you that teddybear once?” Ahh, but Daichan doesn’t count.
comes to a head when the Miracles have one of their joint
street games and Aomine just reacts very weirdly to Momoi trying to
steal the ball from him. Finally Kise (because of course it’s Kise)
just goes up and is all ‘What’s up with you Aominecchi, are you in
lurrve with – ACK’. He gets a ball to the face.
finally sits her down that night to explain the situation. It takes
Momoi a few more weeks to answer him.
they’ve finally made the decision, though, it feels natural. Like
they’re still best friends, only now there’s kissing.
loves, loves, LOVES watching movies or napping while draped over
Momoi. More often than not he’ll try to nuzzle her chest. This boy
is so happy that he finally has a set of boobs to play with.
- Momoi absent-mindedly running her fingers through his hair while reading
when they’re on the couch like that.
is – by far – the better cook, but he makes a terrible mess.
After a few fights about this, they come to the agreement that he
cooks, she cleans, and he has to promise to at least try to limit
the amount of sauce on the ceiling. They eat out a lot though.
remembers Momoi’s birthday, but he’s terrible at gift giving.
Momoi makes sure to text her wish list to Kuroko, Kagami, Kise and
even Sakurai several weeks in advance of any event, because she
knows he’ll ask a friend for inspiration.
knows Aomine is a man of simple tastes, so she just gets
him new shoes or a game or something. He’s fine with this.
is confident enough to not get anxious about his love for gravure
magazines but she refuses to buy them for him. He’ll just have to
get those himself.
goes for morning runs and Momoi makes sure there’s hot coffee or tea
waiting when he gets back. This gives him such a feeling of well-being that the
tips of his ears go red.
Momoi has a lot of work, he will do his best to return the favour.
She’ll walk into the kitchen and there’s a random batch of cherries
in the fridge, or dinner is cooked and the counter has been –
badly – wiped. None of this is ever spoke of.