|Mixed Up Date!
Author: Light-Blue Flower PM
Valentine's Day is almost here, and Kagami is feeling a tiny bit jealous about the other couples on the street. Konata ends up setting Kagami up with her middle school friend, who came back from America to visit. Kagami ends up going, and really likes Stephen. However, does she know that the Stephen she met, isn't the Stephen Konata meant! A mixedup date story.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Humor/Romance - Kagami H. & Konata I. - Chapters: 5 - Words: 7,635 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 4 - Updated: 01-14-13 - Published: 08-14-12 - id: 8429474
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Yeah, I know, I have another fan fiction that I left on a small little cliff hanger. Of course I'm going to continue it. I wanted too, but I though of this one day, and I though, "Hey, this is actually a pretty good idea." So, please continue to read this fan fiction. Thank you.
It was lunch, and Konata, Tsukasa, Miyuki, and Kagami where sitting at Konata's desk. Usually, they would do their usual routine of talking about the most randomness subjects, like chocolate cornets, or which animal would they most likely be. But today, it was different. The topic for lunch turned out to be about the grand event that would happen tomorrow: Valentine's Day.
"So girls, do any of you have a boyfriend yet?" said Konata, as she chew on a chocolate cornet. "Are you planning on giving chocolate to any of the boys?"
"No," said Tsukasa in her usual cute way. "The only male I'd be giving chocolates to would most likely be my dad."
"Neither am I," Miyuki said in her elegant and soft tone. "I'm planning on giving my father chocolate. Maybe store-bought ones."
"Aw, that's no fun," replied Konata, still chewing on the cornet. "I'd expect Miyuki-chan to have a secret boyfriend."
"I know, right?" said Tsukasa. "Come to think of it, I think Yuki-chan is popular with boys. Did anyone ask you out?"
Miyuki put on a face that seems to be apologising and was blushing with embarrassment. "I'm sorry to disappoint you Konata-chan, but I don't have a secret boyfriend. And no one asked me out. I-I'm really sorry…"
"No need to apologise Miwiki," said Konata with a joking smile. "We are only joking with you." They giggled for a bit. Then Tsukasa popped up with a question for Konata.
"What about you Kona-chan? Do you have any plans to give a guy chocolate? Maybe to your dad?"
Konata put on her thinking face. "Yeah, well, when my dad checked the calendar yesterday and saw that Valentine's Day, he was all like…"
Konata's Mental Image:
Konata's Dad: Oh my, it's almost Valentine's Day! (Hugs Konata) I hope you'll be making me home-made chocolates Konata! I'd love it if you did!
Konata (looks like she choking): Dad, let go of me! I can't control the controller properly if you're squeezing me! At this rate, I'm going to die!
"…and that's how it went." Konata finishes. Tsukasa and Miyuki gave out a nervous laugh. "So guess I'm going to have to give him home-made chocolates but there's a problem. I don't know how to make them!" She flopped her head on the desk.
"Didn't you say last year, you were going to make chocolates online for some game, and give it your online boyfriend?" Tsukasa asked. "They make you do some steps and stuff?"
Konata shot her head right up. "For one thing Tsukasa, he is my wife, since I'm a guy in the game," Konata said with cat smile. "And another, I just got to press the stove, press the chocolate button, and it comes automatically! Simple as that!" She put her head on her desk.
"Well, Kona-chan, I can teach you how to make chocolates," Tsukasa said with a smile. Konata whipped her head towards Tsukasa.
"Really Tsukasa?! You'd actually be willing to teach me?!" Tsukasa nodded. "YES! The younger, purple-haired Hiiragi twin is here to save the day! Thanks Tsukasa!"
"You're welcome Kona-chan." Tsukasa faced Miyuki. "Would you like to join us too, Miyuki-chan?"
"Oh yes," said Miyuki, while nodding. "I would love to."
"Okay, so let's all go to my house tomorrow after school."
"Ooh, I can't wait to see how Kagami makes chocolate," said Konata in a mischievous way. Only, Kagami wasn't listening to her. Actually, she wasn't listening at all to the entire conversation. The purple haired pig-tailed girl was staring at the window, ignoring everyone else around her.
So, it's time that time of year again, she thought. I hate how they have so many couples on the streets at night. I can't get a taiyaki without getting through a crowd of couples. It makes me sick that-
"I feel soo jealous just by looking at them," said Konata in Kagami's ear. "That's what you were thinking, right?" Kagami jolted and turned her head around. She was face to face with Konata.
"What are you doing here? Why are you so close to me? Keep some distance, will you?" Kagami sputtered that out quickly and swiftly. She was also blushing uncontrollably.
"Oh Kagami, are you feeling lonely?" said Konata mockingly. "You know, I can always set you up a date."
"Of, course I don't feel jealous at all," Kagami said, avoiding eye contact with Konata. "Stop mocking me okay?" She looked at the clock. Class is about to start. She packed her lunch and made her way to the door.
"No, seriously," Konata said, with a serious tone. "I can hook you up a date." Kagami stared at Konata, to see if she was about to explode laughing. But, instead, Konata was looking dead serious.
"Are you serious?!" Yelled Kagami.
"Yeah, I'm serious," replied Konata calmly. "His name is Stephen. He's half American and half Japanese. He went to the same middle school as me. We used to hang out with each other and online. He's coming back to Japan by tomorrow. He told me that he wanted to meet me after so long. Although, we never set up a date to meet yet. And, of course, he never said anything about bringing a friend…" She had her cat smile on. "I'll ask him, and tell you tomorrow if you can come, 'kay?" Before Kagami can respond, Konata ran back to her classroom.
Ah, what the heck. It might be fun. Although, I bet he's a crazy otaku like her. She smacked her fore-head. What have I gotten myself into?
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