"What do you mean?" I pulled away a little.
"Well, we made a plan to get out of here without anyone dying that I know of." He chuckled.
I narrowed my eyes and held his face with my hand. "Explain."
"Well, we are hoping that Tomura would have a bunch of villains in the training room when you go and, uhh, yeah," He stood there awkwardly for a second. "Anyways," he suddenly smirked and pulled out his phone. "The heroes would be here by that time."
"You brought your phone?!" I explclaimed.
"Yeah. I forgot that Midoriya told us not to on our date day so I could take pictures and videos." His smirk turned into a normal smile. I could melt because of him but I kind of needed to be alive for the rest of these nitwits to escape.
I raised an eyebrow. "So, you went against Deku's orders?"
He became flustered and started to stutter. "I- Well uh- I for- I forgot about that okay?!" He looked adorable.
"It's okay. It's a good thing you did. I brought mine too but they found it. I was texting Ashido most of the time." At that moment, I realized something. It's my fault that they were here.
"Hey, are you okay?" Kirishima must've noticed.
I shook my head. "Yeah, I'm fine." This is not the time to have those thoughts.
"Okay. Anyways, we'll be free soon."
I smiled and pulled him in for another hug. "Good."
"What do you want to do? We have less than ten minutes until our revolution starts." He smiles.
"Well," I pulled away again. "Can you tell me more about this plan?"
"Sure!" He sat down on the floor and started to trace an outline of the builind in the sand. "Alright, so you and most of the villains will be in here," he drew a small circle in the training room. I nod. "The rest of us will most likely be here," he drew a circle around this hallway. I nod. "I called the heroes and they'll be waiting around here," He circled all around the building. "I told them to bring a lot of heroes." He laughed nervously.
"It's okay." I nod at him to continue.
"Well, hopefully, before they take your life, the heroes would be here and they would save you and arrest all of these villains. Then, we'd be home." I could see a ghost of a smile on his face.
"Hey, it'll be okay. We'll be home in a few hours." I pulled him into a hug but his head fell into my lap. I started to mess with his hair. The gel wore off days ago but his hair was still sticky. "When we do get home, take a shower."
"I will." He chuckled. "This place is so dirty, I hate it."
I chuckled too. "Yeah." I continued to mess with his hair. He leaned into my touch and let out a purr sound. His eyes flew opened and his face started to turn red. I laughed. "Di-Did you just purr?!"
"N-No!" He sat up. "I-I don't pu-purr!"
"Well, judging by how much you're blushing and stammering, I'd say that you're lying." I smirked. He buried his face into his hands in response. I chuckled. "Wow, I didn't know that you'd get so flustered."
He opened his mouth. "Let's change the topic." He thought for a second, then his eyes lit up and he grinned at me. Oh no. "So, you called me by my first name earlier."
"We-Well, I thought that Tomura was going to murder you and I would've been upset if I never had the chance too." I told him. I felt my ears grow hot.
He chuckled. "Well, you have the chance now. We can call each other by our first names. We're dating."
"Okay good, because I was going to." I leaned up against the wall and put my arms behind my back.
He snickered and leaned up against me. "What is the first thing you want to do when we get out of here?" He laced his fingers inbetween mine.
"Well, probably change out of this outfit." I looked at it. It was snazzy-looking at first but now it was covered with dirt stains and ooze from that clone.
Eijirou chuckled. "Are you planning on keeping it?"
"Well..." I hadn't thought about keeping it. It holds so many memories. Good and bad. It's more than a suit now. "I don't know."
"It looks nice on you." His grip on my hand tightened as he smiled.
"I know." I smirked at him. He kissed me and looked around the room. "How about you? What are you going to do?"
"Take a shower. I feel so grimey it just feels so... bleeehhh." He scrunched up his toes and the fingers on his free hand to express how he felt. I chuckled.
"So, what have you been through these past five days?" I asked him.
"A lot." He chuckled, but this time it didn't have it's usual happiness in it.
"Explain it to me." I tried not to sound mean. I've noticed that he liked it when I speak softly at times like this.
"Well, I don't remember a lot, just a bunch of fighting. There was someone here who was trying to join the League of Villains, well, it didn't sound like they wanted to join, more like they had to." He explained. "I think I was cloned. It's kinda hazy." He let out a small nervous laugh. "Oh! I remember the people did something to my doctor who helped me with Hanahaki. They cloned him and I think they released him."
I exhaled, happy that the dude was 'safe'. Eijirou looked at me weirdly, as if he was asking what was wrong. "I had to fight his clone. Let's just say that it wasn't pretty."
"I didn't know it was a clone at first. I thought that he was a real person. They made me kill him and when he turned to mush is when I figured out that he was just a clone."
"Oh. I'm sorry."
"It's fine. It's in the past. I didn't kill anyone." I brushed it off and looked down.
Eijirou used his free hand to move my face towards him. He kissed me and I kissed back. The kiss started to deepen.
The door slammed open, causing both of us to look forward. We saw Tomura smirking in front of us.