Well, here is my FIRST long, with chapters, fanfic. I hope you like it. I'm sorry for the short shpater, the rest will be longer, PROMISE!
Disclaimer: I don't own Inuyasha. If I did, I wouldn't share him with you. In fact, I really don't own that much... I don't have a job -.-;;
Giude (since I can make the editor work -.-;) :
.:. (words).:. = thought
" (words) " = speech

Six Days 'Till "Osuwari"
Chapter 1: What did you do now?

"Inuyasha, you have six days to prove to me why I shouldn't go home!" Kagome shouted in the face of the hanyou. She stomped off, leaving a very dazed Inuysaha in her wake. After she was out of site Miroku popped his head out of the bushes.
"Is it safe?" the monk inquired.
"I guess so..." Inuyasha replied, shooting glances in each direction.
Miroku stood, shaking his head, over his dig-eared friend who was now face to face with the mud. "You know, Inuyasha, you really need to learn how to charm the ladies better."
Inuaysha sat up, spitting mud. "Oh, like you?"
"Yes... well... uh..."
"Right..." smirked Inuyasha.
"So what exactly did you do to make Kagome so mad?" asked the monk. Inuaysha blinked as mud slid down his face.
"Well... I don't really know."
Kagome stormed through the trees of the Sengoku Jidai, all the while grumbling a few choice seven-letter words and other phrases such as 'stupid mutt'. She finally came to a halt in front of the tree where Inuyasha has been pinned for fifty years... until she freed him. "He should be greatful to me... why can't he appreciate me?" she muttered to herself, her fists clenching, her eyes squeezing shut, and a single tear rolling down her cheek.

Sango stepped out of the trees behind Kagome. "Another spat with Inuyasha?" she asked, knowing the answer.
"Yeah. He's so arrogant; I don't know how I can stand him..." Kagome grumbled.
"So what did he do this time? Did he run off to the priestess?"
"Of course. And then, she tried to drag him into hell... again..."
"Why does he always seem to fall for that trick?"
"I dunno. I think he might have been hit one too many times in the head by his brother."
"What are you going to do?"
"I've given him six days to prove to me why I should be here."
"And what if he doesn't prove himself?"
"I hadn't thought that far ahead." Kagome thought to herself for a moment. "I'll cross that bridge when I come to it."
"What are you going to do about Kikyou?"
"Someone needs to push that clay pot thing into a pond..." Kagome said and Sango laughed.
"I think she's been cooked to long for that to work."
"You've got a point." Kagome said. She thought for a moment, listening to the sounds of the nigh-time forest. "Well, I think we should go to bed. I need to get up early and study; I have a test in three days!"
"So, you'll have to go back to your time? Won't that conflict with your 'give him six days' plan?"
"Hmm... I hadn't thought of that. I was pretty angry... heck, I still am pretty angry. Let him deal with it." Kagome said, crossing her arms.
"You're one tough customer..." said Sango, as the girls returned to the camp.
"I guess I am."

Sango sat up against a tree, and Kagome began to unroll her sleeping bag. She crawled inside it, looking up at Inuyasha as he slept in a nearby tree. "Sango..." she said with unease.
"You do think that Inuyasha will prove his love for me... in six days?"
"Don't worry, Kagome, Inuyasha will. He truly does love you."
"How do you know?"
"Intuition... it's one of the benefits of becoming a demon exterminator."
"No kidding..." said Kagome sleepily.

.:. He'll come through... I know it. .:.
A/N: Well, there it is in all it's glory. Do you like it? Should I continue it, or should I go hide in a corner and hope no one else reads it? Review or I'll feel bad T.T Flames accepted, though