“You’re very special, Y/N,” Dabi commented from the drivers seat as he shifted down a gear to take a particular sharp corner, “not a lot of people outside of the Nekoma boys have been to Utopia.”
“It’s true,” Kuroo added in, “everyone who has been there is sworn to secrecy.”
“Am I sworn to secrecy as well?” you asked cheekily.
“Naturally,” Kuroo replied, “although… I’m going to have to blindfold you when we get closer just in case…”
“What is this place?” you asked with a nervous chuckle, “blindfolded… you must be kidding.”
“Dead serious,” Kuroo replied, “I had to be blindfolded, too, on my first trip in. But once you’ve been initiatied into the Nekoma team you don’t need to be blindfolded.”
“Now Kuroo holds the keys,” Dabi replied, “ok… so I had to give him a spare because the fucker lost the other set.”
“I told you- I didn’t lose them, they’re playing hide and seek and I just haven’t found them yet,” Kuroo replied defensively.
“If you weren’t my favourite in the team I’d have smacked you one by now,” Dabi replied, glancing up into the rear view mirror and giving Kuroo a cheeky smirk.
“I’ll take the compliment,” Kuroo replied with his own smirk.
The car sped along a little further and Kuroo reached into his pocket to get the handkerchief out that would serve as a blindfold for your eyes.
“Ok, short stack, time to shut those beautiful eyes down for a second.”
He lifted the handkerchief to your face and you willingly closed your eyes and let him put it on.
It was only a few more turns (which you were highly suspicious that Dabi just drove around a roundabout a few times) and then the car slowed and stopped somewhere.
“Ok. Here we are,” Kuroo said as he took your hand in his, “thanks, Dabs, give us 2 hours…”
You couldn’t see the look that was exchanged between the two males but you could almost feel the smugness coming off Kuroo’s voice.
“Have fun,” Dabi replied with a small knowing chuckle.
Kuroo pulled your body against his as he exited the car and you both waited until the sound of the engine left, then Kuroo led you to the front of Utopia.
“Just stand still,” Kuroo said as he let your hand go.
You could hear the rattling of a heavy chain and the jingling of keys then another sound of something falling heavily to the floor.
“Ok. Let’s go,” Kuroo said, taking your hand again and opening a door.
As you followed him in, he reached back and took your blindfold off and you blinked a little to get the blur out of your eyes as you looked around the blackened building.
“What is this place? A gym?” you asked, upon seeing a heap of treadmills and steppers lines up against one wall.
“It was a gym… but it’s been abandoned and we have kept it as our hideout/secret workout place,” Kuroo said as he led you by hand through the main area, down a very dark hall, then to a door that led to more of the gym out the back.
As he pushed the back door open you gasped.
“A pool!” you said excitedly, “and it’s clean??”
The moonlight was shining through the large windows down one end of the building and illuminating the still water, making it look very inviting indeed.
“Yeah, we maintain it,” Kuroo said, walking over to an indoor shed and pulling it open to show you inside.
The pool pump was whirring away and all the cleaning equipment looked new and current.
“Wow,” you said, looking around at all of the things inside, “you even have towels and stuff here.”
“Welcome to Utopia,” Kuroo said with a grin, “we’ve kept this place running the same, if not better, since it shut down.”
He reached in and flicked a switch and suddenly lights lit up behind you.
Curiously, you looked back over your shoulder and saw that rainbow pool lights had been fitted under the waterline along the edges of the pool, making the water change colours from red to orange to yellow then green, all the way through to purple then back to red again.
“This is so cool!” you gushed.
“It has just a normal light setting too but I figured we could have the rainbow one for tonight,” Kuroo said with a wink, “I’ve heated the pool too. Well… I got Dabi to come out earlier and switch everything on so that it was ready by the time we got here.”
“This is amazing,” you breathed, grinning as you looked over the pool again, “but I didn’t bring my swimmers!”
Kuroo let out a low, sexy chuckle and grabbed for the bottom of his shirt.
“Oh, short stack… we don’t need swimmers,” he said in a low voice as he slowly pulled his shirt up and over his head then let it fall to the floor, “we’re skinny dipping tonight.”
“You don’t want to?” he asked, reaching for the top of his shorts to tug them down.
“No, well, yes, I do…but what if someone???”
“No one comes here, and I’ve locked everything up.”
You looked out the window and noticed the gym backed onto a beach.
“What about out there?” You pointed to the waves crashing silently onto the beach outside the building.
“That’s another love of mine… the beach,” Kuroo said, “but no. No one goes to that beach because it’s been closed off from swimming and I doubt anyone would be out walking around at 11pm at night, plus the windows are tinted.”
“Oh! Well, that makes it better,” you replied, taking your shirt and bra off.
Kuroo dropped his pants and underwear off then stepped out of them and dove into the pool, making no splash as his body entered the rainbow water.
You paused at your pants, looking over as he came up from the water and flicked his spiky hair to rid it of excess water.
The way the lights shone on his face made him look extra hot and he looked over at you, giving you a smirk before curling his finger at you.
“Come on in, short stack, water is lovely and warm.”
You started undoing your pants and slowly sliding them down and Kuroo watched, his eager amber eyes flashing as the water turned a fluorescent yellow for a second before melting into green.
“Fuck, this is so hot!” You thought, stepping out of your pants and panties before walking over to the waters edge.
“Come here,” he beckoned, walking backwards until his back was against the side of the pool opposite you.