|Leaving a Legacy
Author: Hikari Kaitou PM
Determined to leave his mark on the school before he graduates, Kurogane decides to go all out on his senior prank. Everything is going good until Fai shows up wanting to help. That's when it starts to go wrong. KxF Rated for languageRated: Fiction M - English - Romance/Humor - Kurogane & Fai - Chapters: 4 - Words: 6,336 - Reviews: 42 - Favs: 36 - Follows: 25 - Updated: 10-23-05 - Published: 10-22-05 - id: 2629238
|A+ A- Full 3/4 1/2 Expand Tighten|
A/N: OH GOD! PLEASE, NOT ANOTHER KxF STORY!
Yes! Quiet mortals! Indeed, this is another KxF story. I'm totally on a KxF obsession spree right now if you can't tell. I just can't help it! They're so damn cute together!
Warning of Suspension
It was 12:34. Two more minutes of English class. Kurogane drummed his fingers impatiently on the desk; he eagerly awaited the end of every class but as English was his least favorite subject, he looked forward to escaping it more than any other. It wasn't really the material he hated as much as the flaming dipshits he had it with.
He cast a glare at his classmates out of the corner of his eye; they were all chattering mindlessly about pointless things, big stupid smiles on their stupid little faces. Kurogane's eye twitched as he worked to suppress an overpowering urge to go on a rampage, hacking the dumb asses' heads off with his ruler. It was very difficult. He so wanted to hurt them… just a little blood was all he wanted. Then he would be happy. The noise level increased several notches as everyone got ready to leave. Kurogane stood up with the rest of them, grabbing his pen and shoving it into the spiral of his notebook for safe keeping.
"Hey! Listen up everyone!" the teacher shouted at the top of her voice. This was hardly impressive: she was about 300 years old and her voice was unable to rise above the roar of the students. "Class! Would you listen up, please! Just for one minute!"
Again, it had no effect. Kurogane, who was not taking part in the ceaseless babbling, heard her calling the first time and impatiently fixed his attention on her.
Just get on with it, you old hag, he thought. The bastards aren't gonna shut up so just get it over with and it'll be their fault for not listening.
Then he noticed that she had started to tremble with rage and was filling her ancient lungs with air. Realizing what was coming, Kurogane sighed resignedly and stuffed his fingers in his ears, bracing himself for the explosion.
"SHUT UP!" she screamed.
Everyone was so stunned that they all stopped talking and turned to stare at their teacher, wide-eyed. There was a moment of shocked silence in which a poster that had been hanging on the wall fell down.
"Dude!" one of the morons breathed. Kurogane rolled his eyes. Dumb ass.
"Thank you," the teacher said huffily. "Now class, don't forget that you have a paper due on Monday that I expect you to start working on tonight. Also, keep in mind the principal's warning that any senior attempting to pull a senior prank will be suspended." Her gaze lingered on Kurogane as she said this and he narrowed his eyes at her.
Just what the fuck was she hinting at?
"So I don't want to see any of you seniors missing tomorrow because you've been suspended."
Finally, the bell rang (there's no way that was only two minutes, Kurogane thought bitterly), cutting her lecture short. Kurogane pushed and shoved his way through the mob that was fighting its way out the door. He plowed through a pair of freshmen (a boy and a girl) as he headed for his locker.
"Out of my way, freshman scum," he growled.
The emerald-eyed girl and the hazel-eyed boy (both of whom had brown hair) quickly bowed to his retreating back. "Gomen, sempai!" they squeaked.
Kurogane smirked to himself; he loved being a senior. It gave him the authority to treat lower classmen like dirt. Yeah…life was pretty much good.
Lost in his thoughts about how much it rocked to be a senior, the boy forgot to watch where he was going and thus ran right into someone.
"HEY! WATCH WHERE I'M FUCKIN' GOING!" he snapped.
Then he got a good look at the boy he had collided with and froze. Oh shit! It was him! Terrified, Kurogane tried to make a mad dash for anywhere that wasn't where he currently was but it was too late; his fellow senior had him in his clutches and would not be letting go until he had had a bit of fun with his prey.
"Mmm, Kuro chan," Fai purred, and instead of taking a step back, he leaned against Kurogane and clutched at his black t-shirt. "I was hoping to run into you."
"I bet you were," the raven-haired boy grumbled. "Now, get the fuck away from me."
"What's your hurry? You have lunch next," Fai reminded him.
"What's my hurry? My hurry is to get away from you, bastard."
How the hell did he know that I have lunch next? Kurogane wondered, suppressing a shiver. He decided that he wouldn't be terribly surprised if he found out that Fai had memorized his entire schedule; he had a mysterious (and rather annoying) habit of popping up everywhere, apparently for the sole purpose of really pissing Kurogane off. After all, the two of them only had one class together (which was psychology) and it wasn't until the very end of the day.
"What about you? Don't you have a class to get to?" Kurogane demanded.
"Nope! I have third block off, remember?" the blond said cheerfully.
"Why the hell would I bother memorizing your schedule?" he muttered. "Anyway, if you have third block off then how come you've never come to harass me?"
Fai grinned up at him, still holding onto Kurogane's t-shirt and pushing him up against a locker so that he couldn't escape. "That's 'cause you're so good at hiding! I can never find you, Kurotan!"
The dark-haired boy sighed impatiently and pushed Fai away. "Look dumb ass, I've got more important stuff to do than stand here and look at your stupid face, so if you'll just go somewhere far away…"
"Ooh, what is it?" the blond asked eagerly. "Is it some homework that's due next hour? Kurowanko, you naughty boy!"
"No! It's not homework! Leave me the hell alone!" Kurogane growled.
"Are you trying to plan a senior prank?" Fai asked shrewdly, his eyes narrowing as he studied his companion's face.
"It's none of your damn business!" he snarled.
"I wanna help!"
"Yeah fucking right. You'd just get us caught and suspended."
"Ah, so that is what you're doing! I thought so!"
"IT IS NOT! I was just saying that if I was planning a senior prank and let you help, that's what would happen!"
"So do you have any ideas yet?"
"NO! I'M NOT GONNA DO A GODDAMN SENIOR PRANK! GET THE FUCK AWAY FROM ME!"
With that, Kurogane shoved Fai to the ground and sprinted off to find his usual hiding spot in the courtyard for lunch. Fai sat on the ground, watching him go, a secretive smile on his face. He knew what Kurogane was up to and he was going to help out, whether the other boy liked it or not.