Advantages of CinematographySpending an afternoon in the cinema listening to some asshole drone on about the faults of the movie they were watching, wasn’t exactly what Kageyama had planned for his Sunday.Advantages of Cinematography
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To be brutally honest, the movie was ridiculously bad and a large disappointment, so Kageyama wasn’t entirely too mad about the babbling beside him. After all, the guy’s commentary was somewhat funny. At least, until it got to the point he couldn’t hear the actual movie itself and the guy started pulling apart good movies. Honestly, Captain America had been a superb movie. No one called it terrible and got away with it.
Glancing discreetly to the left, he noted a young child who seemed completely enraptured with the teenager’s one sided discussion. The poor kid probably had no clue what he was saying. Though, he realised, she seemed to be going along with it anyway. Regardless, he couldn’t exactly give this guy a piece of his mind with a potentially younger sibling nea
equations of the lips || kagehina“Hit to me, Kageyama! Hit it to me again! Once more, again, again, again!”equations of the lips || kagehina
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God, does he ever tire? Wiping sweat from his brow, Kageyama scowls, his dark blue eyes narrowing in annoyance. He has to get home shortly to pretend to study for tomorrow’s maths test, but he knows that he can’t just use that as an excuse, because Hinata would undoubtedly invite himself over to study too.
He opens his mouth to say, “one last time”, but instead finds himself saying, “dumbass, we have a big test tomorrow. I have to study, even if you don’t care enough to pass.”
The effect is immediate. The volleyball forgotten, Hinata lets out a loud shout of indignation. To be honest, Kageyama hadn’t expected much else, but it still annoys him. Evidently, he thinks irritatedly, it doesn’t annoy me enough to keep my stupid mouth shut. So he moves towards the bag of volleyballs, dumping their practice ball inside. Giving a satisfied, q