no wrong answer
Kuroo’s always been fairly quick at learning names. It’s part of his professorial charm; he’s been told he’s good at making students feel like individuals instead of just another face in a crowded room of bored twenty-somethings, and end-of-the-year reviews come back positive, citing attentiveness and personalized help as Kuroo’s strong points. Kuroo doesn’t preen about it, per se, but he takes a measure of unspoken pride in his pass rate and in the number of students he’s convinced to stick with philosophy.
Part of the process of achieving that pass rate is putting names to faces. That means Kuroo spends the second weekend of the school year at his kitchen table, going through his class roster and trying to memorize the names of his current class members.
The first name he learns is Sawamura Daichi.
- Part 1 of no wrong answer
Kuroo knows well what bad decisions look like--he's made his fair share of them, after all--and getting laid before work is not the worst decision he's made, not by a long shot.
- Part 2 of no wrong answer