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Genos offers to be his professor's plus-one this year, and Saitama thinks it's a We're not even dating, he thought bitterly as he stared out the train . They parted ways, Genos clearly unsatisfied with how his recent ask had. People are still shiping Saitama and Genos eventhough Saitama . Tatsumaki is somewhat afraid of relationships/bonds and considers them. Saitama met Genos after the latter was defeated by a monster and tried to Bang passes advice onto Genos whenever he needs it and Genos holds a certain.
It started with a clenching tightness in his chest, swelling up his throat, through his face, and out his eyes in the form of thick, oily tears. He could feel his core stuttering against the silent sobs that wracked him, pressing this treasure, this gift, against his lips as the waves of self-loathing washed over him anew.
And now he was caught, frozen with the apron still pressed tight to his body, black liquid flowing seemingly ceaselessly from his eyes, pinched shut. Saitama stopped behind Genos, lingering, unmoving. You found your stuff… Yeah, I grabbed everything I could remember. Slowly, he lowered the apron from his lips back onto his journals, and finally turned to face his Sensei.Genos Hair growth advice for Saitama Sensei
Saitama chuckled to himself as Genos grasped him tightly, near engulfing him in those beefy arms. He squirmed against his boyfriend, appraising how their bodies slotted together. Is that not what one does with an Eva?
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Impulsively, he pulled Saitama higher up in his embrace to collide their lips, leaving his feet dangling. He may as well have been melting, the way Saitama acquiesced to the intrusion, thighs wrapping around slim titanium hips. Securely locked together, Genos slid his hands along that perfect body, coursing reverently over the muscles he worshipped. He paid homage with a practiced tongue, spurred on with every noise he extracted. Saitama dropped his legs, and Genos lowered him back to standing.
That simple gesture poured affirmation into Genos, his heart thrumming and glowing under those powerful digits. Genos did not know what he did to garner this adoration, but he dipped his head and closed his eyes, grateful that Saitama found him deserving. Could this not be good enough? That his hero found him worthy, even if Genos himself did not? When he opened his eyes again, he found Saitama looking back at him, cheeks rosy. A gentle nudge was all he needed to venture closer, to scoop Saitama up into his arms again, pressing him close.
Until Saitama said yes -- which he had no intention of doing. Some saltines, water, and a short sitting nap was all Saitama needed to feel a little less grumpy.
I am likely not well versed in current etiquette. He gestured for them to go left, but then got back to his point. Genos stopped, rounding up beside him, his eyes a dangerous golden glare. He looked softer when he was lost; cute, if Saitama was being honest.
What kind of teacher dragged his student to dinner with his family? Saitama hummed, scrutinizing his student but finding nothing else to make him worry. Saitama hung up the phone, dropping it against his desk with a dull thud against the plywood. There was a second thud -- this one not from inside the office.
It sounded like someone had tripped; Saitama tilted his head and strode to the door, opening up and peeking out to see if someone was hurt -- but found his assistant hovering nearby, rubbing his upper arm as though it were sore.
What will happen if you arrive home without someone? He sat up in his chair, pressing his elbows into his thighs so hard it nearly hurt. He steepled his fingers and leaned his chin against them, spinning his mental wheels but everything seemed stuck in mud. You can be the someone? He clearly thought the idea was brilliant.
Damn, he was handsome when he smiled… Bad idea, bad idea… It flitted like a failing neon marquee at the back of his thoughts, but Genos was smiling and really, it sounded like a great idea. Visiting home might be less terrible if he got to bring someone from his real life with him on the trip. This felt wrong, otherwise. It felt like he was taking advantage. He had to do something -- anything, to not make this weird.
But as soon as it did, Saitama felt the neon in his mind flare, white-hot and bright and urgent. An honest-to-God smile, and he looked happy. He was so fucked. Genos watched, genuinely perplexed, before turning to look back between Saitama and his mother. This was weird, officially. Besides, mom turned it into an office, I guess. The room was well-kept, with a double bed in the center of it, furnished with clean white sheets and a comforter.
It looked like what Saitama imagined a hotel room might. The following section contains Webcomic spoilers. You have been warned manga-only readers. Edit Flash mistook Saitama for a monster and the two had a brief scuffle. After clearing the misunderstanding, the two became acquaintances with one another, with Flash acknowledging Saitama's superior abilities. After being defeated by Garou, Flash was one of the few who regained consciousness and witnessed Saitama defeating Garou.
She is apparently obsessed with making Saitama join the Blizzard Group after witnessing how powerful he was when she fought him in his apartment and how he fended off Sonic. Saitama himself declared that he does not view Fubuki as a friend, but as an "acquaintance", showing that their relationship has not really progressed at all.
She also decides to join A-Class after the battle. Edit The following section contains Webcomic spoilers. While the two have had little interaction, Zombieman is one of the only people who is aware of Saitama's true strength after witnessing his fight against Garou, which is related to a warning Genus warned about to Zombieman behind the House of Evolution's reformed life. He asks Genus to remove his limiter as well and make him equal to Saitama, as he feels inferior to the B-Class Hero.
Edit Saitama meets Tatsumaki, thinking she is a little girl At their first encounter, Tatsumaki didn't think much of Saitama due to his ranking and would insult him. She was even insulted by him ignoring her. Saitama once mistook Tatsumaki for a little girl due to her small stature and found her to be annoying. Their next encounter would be when they 'fought' in the Psychic Sisters Arc, where Tatsumaki finds out how powerful Saitama really is.
Saitama displayed concern and interest toward Tatsumaki, as he ran after her to see if she would be alright flying home with her injuries, and was interested in why Tatsumaki pushes everyone away. However, Tatsumaki simply yelled at him, causing him to be even more irritated at her behavior. In an audiobook, it is revealed the two actually met in a haunted house at a festival Saitama worked at. Saitama thought Tatsumaki was a lost little kid, and Tatsumaki called him a balding samurai and thought he was a ghost when her powers didn't work on him.