|Reviews for Team No Respect|
| kirallie chapter 2 . 12/19/2013
Poor Iruka, his first kiss. Being unable to kiss anyone would suck, he wouldn't even be able to give CPR to a dying comrade! Highly amusing story. Poor Kakashi showing up 'chasing' them for the town to be on their side
| Kaleidoscope chapter 2 . 12/16/2013
Oh, this is *fun*, the characterization in particular - all three of them are likable, and just a little bit different from the canon portrayals. And there is a level of...irony implicit in the fact that Hayate, Mr. Background Character in most of the series, has a lot of trouble figuring out how to use his flashy blood limit. I cannot wait to see how they manage to convince the missing-nin that Iruka is, indeed, a Bad Person.
Also, RE: Iruka's bloodline: would he be able to use it as a fast and easy way to make his kunai more deadly? Anko licks kunai in an intimidating manner in the series...
| Deidara da Kitsune chapter 2 . 11/21/2013
I really do love the way you've written this story, and I hope you can find the time to update Those bloodlines are so interesting, I want to hear more about Team No Respect!
| Dysgrammatophobia chapter 2 . 7/31/2013
I enjoyed this fic. It's got humor and fascinating characters. Thanks for sharing.
| Souseiki chapter 1 . 7/14/2013
It was great refinding this. Iruka's was my favorite!
| Emmy Scribe Protra chapter 2 . 6/30/2013
I love this story so much. I like iruka being an important character in fics!
| Yikari chapter 2 . 6/30/2013
Naruto has a huge amount of side characters that can be used in all kinds of way for all kinds of stories. And this one looks quite promising, IMHO.
| Chargone chapter 2 . 6/29/2013
Needs better proofreading though. There are a number of wrong word errors, and a couple of odd bits that i can only assume are the words being out of order.
Otherwise, Very nice :D
| Writing bunny chapter 2 . 6/27/2013
Good chapter. I loved Team No Respect's attempt at being evil. How long before they are regarded saviors for the whole land?
| Writing bunny chapter 1 . 6/26/2013
Good story. I like the Kekkei Genkai and their origins.
Prehensile hair sounds redundant. There are several shinobi who can use it without Kekkei Genkai.
| ByLanternLight chapter 2 . 6/21/2013
| Crystal M. Key chapter 2 . 6/21/2013
This is very amusing. I hope you update it! Thanks. Favorite parts:
Umino Iruka's mother was a Kirigakure refugee or a defector, whichever way one preferred to see it.
Mizuno Ushio was a young, talented chunin and the last member of a clan older than their hidden village by over two hundred years. She was average ninjutsu and taijutsu user and very talented at genjutsu, as well as beautiful like a porcelain doll with oval face and large, velvet eyes, moon-pale complexion and inky black hair – all which went well with her particular Kekkei Genkai. Ushio's spit was venomous and she specialized in assassinations from the moment she could halfway decently pass for a pubescent. She also had a mind like a steel trap, nerves like sharp glass and she managed to discover the truth of what would later be known as the First Blood Purge three months before it actually happened.
She had never thought she would one day become a missing-nin, but she had her limits and when her own village sentenced her to death for a weapon used in its defense and babies yet to be born she took her ovum to friendlier pastures.
"A pity about his gender," a man who could have been his father told another. "But give it a few years. I'm sure he can beget many healthy daughters." And Iruka laughed because the irony was exquisite and what else was he going to do, scream? Cry?
He liked to think he would have been respectful towards the kunoichi anyway, but this encouraged him to become the biggest equalist in Konoha; he had walked his mile in their shoes and the high heels sucked.
"At least you can use yours without resorting to biting people. That always makes me feel like I'm five."
Hayate wanted to call them Team Kekkei Genkai, but Iruka dubbed them as Team No Respect and that name stuck. They all shared the same dream and goal: to make Konoha and the world at large to acknowledge them as credible users of credible Kekkei Genkai – and loyal ones at that, dammit.
Counting the open coat that completed spectacle Anko was wearing easily three times the fabric any other kunoichi in the village, if not more. Of course the amount of sharp, pointy things hidden within the folds, sleeves and secret pockets was directly proportional.
"Even if it's me?" he asked and added his best puppy dog eyes for the good measure. Those had gotten him out of trouble time and again when he had sneaked a bright red sock among the white coats of the Anbu laundry basket taken to the cleaner's or sneaked itching powder into the lockers of the Academy senior common room. Anko was thoroughly unimpressed.
"Just don't say anything to anyone, okay?" Hayate told him as they walked down the stairs. "Just hang in the back menacingly. We can pretend you are mute." And now this was starting to really annoy Iruka.
"I can be vile! I can kick the puppy as well as the other person!" he insisted. "I'll… I won't hold doors open for people! I'll jaywalk! I'll…"
"This is going to be a long mission."
"I'm going to murder Orochimaru," he said out of blue, and it wasn't that Anko was objected to dead snake, but…
"You can't. I have dibsied him," she said and threw a little rock at the closed window.
| Guest chapter 1 . 4/23/2013
Anko knows how to silence a pervert: Cut his tongue out. :-D
I like to eat tongue. It has a unique flavor.
| uo-chou chapter 2 . 4/6/2013
Good chapter! I really like Team No Respect. Keep up the good work!
| BiblioMatsuri chapter 2 . 3/27/2013
My bet: The fanboying will last right up until he actually works with Kakashi.
Iruka is a third of their team. They're supposed to pretend to be evil. It was doomed from the start.
I've seen pictures of furisode, and join Iruka in his awe.
Re: Dead bodies: Intellectually, I agree with Anko. Emotionally, and considering why she thinks that way, I agree with Hayate, so much.
Yay for update! (And sorry for belated read and review.) I look forward to the next chapter. - Matsuri