A week or so later, you decided you wanted to go out. Going to the shops was fairly easy because you didn’t stand out much, all you had to do was wear a hoodie and that was a good enough disguise for you.
That morning, Dabi saw you getting dressed up a little more than usual and his curiosity piqued.
“Where do you think you’re going?” he asked, slamming his hand into the wall to stop you from walking past him once you had gotten dressed and put your hoodie on.
“I’m going out,” you shot back, stepping back and doing a high kick to dislodge his arm that was barring your way.
You made contact with his arm and kicked it out of the way, then went to walk past, but he grabbed you from behind, one rough hand around your waist and his other hand cupped around the front of your neck to stop you in your path.
“You’re my girl, you don’t go anywhere without me beside you,” he rasped into your ear.
Just then Tomura entered the room and you looked up at him.
“Get off her,” he growled to Dabi.
“Sorry, I don’t speak idiot. What did you say?” Dabi asked him calmly, his turquoise eyes staring Shigaraki down.
“Ugh, stop! I’m going on my own so I don’t have to deal with you two fighting!” you announced.
“Where are you going?” Tomura asked.
“Shopping, ok? I just want some me time,” you said in a defiant voice.
“I’m coming with you,” Tomura said, taking your hand to pull you out of Dabi’s embrace.
“Did you not hear me? I said I’m going on my own,” you said, feeling Dabi tense to hold your body against himself.
“Yeah, Dust ball derby, she said no to you,” Dabi quipped from behind you.
“I said no to BOTH of you,” you wheezed, your body being crushed by the opposing forces of Dabi holding onto you and Shigaraki trying to pull you free of him.
As they both got more determined to have you, you decided to fight back, first kicking Dabi in the balls so he would let you go, before yanking your arm free from Shigaraki’s grip.
“God!” you snapped at the two of them once you were free of their holds, “stop it! Go away, I don’t want either of you with me!”
“Are you breaking up with us?” Dabi asked.
“No! Why do you have to be so dramatic?! I’m just going shopping on my own!”
“Then we’re coming with you,” Tomura said again, “I can’t let you go on your own, it’s my job to protect you.”
“What he said,” Dabi said, pointing at Tomura.
You scowled at the two of them but then conceded.
“Ok, fine, you can both come… BUT… you flank me like guards and you don’t talk to me, fight between yourselves, or get in my way, understand?”
They both nodded and you grumpily adjusted your outfit then turned to go.
“Come,” you commanded, walking for the door with both boys behind you on either side, “but bring something to disguise yourselves with, I don’t want people to be recognizing you!”
You paused a second, as both boys hurriedly grabbed for hoodies, then you were out the door and on your way to do some shopping.
Even though Tomura and Dabi had put on hoodies to disguise themselves and not draw too much attention to themselves, they still stood out like sore thumbs, and you felt like you had two scary Doberman dogs accompanying you.
People were giving you a very wide birth as you walked into the shopping center and you glanced back at each boy in turn to make sure they weren’t making scary faces.
Dabi smirked at you from under his hood and Tomura had removed ‘father’ from his face and had his eyes locked onto you.
“Act chilled,” you whispered harshly back to them.
“I’ll act anything for you,” Dabi uttered lowly in a flirty tone and you shot him a semi scowl.
“Shhh,” you shushed him.
You walked into one shop and looked around, idly pulling clothes out to check them over.
“I’d like to see you in nothing,” Dabi uttered just under his breath.
You ignored his comment, hoping he would just shut up but Tomura had had enough of his fellow boyfriend and hissed an aggressive reply to the turquoise eyed heartthrob.
“You’d better stop before I make you a physical presentebtion of your name- cremation,” Tomura seethed.
“Did someone say something? Sounded like incoherent baby talk,” Dabi said, quite loudly, making a shot at Shigaraki.
Tomura shot an arm out to grab Dabi but your boyfriend number 1 dodged your other boyfriend’s attack and it was on.
“Guys! Guys!” You hissed, looking around to make sure they hadn’t drawn attention to themselves but unfortunately, they had, and half the shop had stopped to watch the two hooded figure fight between the clothing rack.
Filled with rage at your two boyfriends, you grabbed for the closest clothing rank and, with unbridled anger, picked it up and threw it at them, knocking them both over sideways.
“Get up!” you demanded of the two, grabbing both the top of their hoodies and dragging them to their feet.
Because you were shorter than they were, they had to bend over because you still had a death grip on their heads and you marched them out the front of the shop.
“Get on your knees,” you commanded authoritatively and they both slowly got down on their knees in front of you with heads bowed.
Seeing a random stand of pool noodles nearby, you grabbed one from the stand and used it to whack each boy over the head to show them you were most unhappy with their antics and then decided to verbally blast them as well.
“What did I say about fighting? Hmm? Answer me,” you demanded, tucking the pool noodle under your arm.
“Dust mop, here, star—,”
“Did I ask who started it? Dabi?” you shot angrily, “no. I didn’t. Now both of you get up and go home. Now!”
“I want to—,”
“Tomura. I said go. Now go, before I hit you again,” you said strictly.
Sullenly both boys got up and left the scene with a generous amount of people watching on.
With heavy embarrassment, you placed the pool noodle back in the hold and went back to the shop in a huff, intending to browse in peace and quiet, but a younger girl approached you and tapped you on the shoulder.
“That was amazing,” she said, “are they your brothers? I wish I could do that to my brothers, they’re annoying.”
“No actually, they’re my boyfriends…” you replied embarrassedly.
“They’re BOTH your boyfriends?” she asked in awe.
“Yes.” You turned and placed your hands on her shoulders, “but promise me that you will NEVER have two boyfriends at one time. It’s a train wreck. Better yet, just get a girlfriend, it would probably be less trouble.”
“Uhhhhh, ok?” She replied dubiously, stepping back to get away from you as if she thought you had gone insane.
On the walk home, the two guys were silent, each thinking about how they kinda liked that you had put on a bit of a dominant display.
“I’m gonna pin her down when she gets home,” Dabi suddenly announced.
“I’ll keep her head still,” Tomura added with a smirk.
“Good,” Dabi replied with an equally devious smirk.
– END –
And there ends this part, but man it would be utter chaos to be dating those two at the same time. Anyway, stay tuned for next weeks oneshot, part 2 of ‘Stuck Together’.