Title: Bad Day
Author: Sorceress Fantasia
Pairings: Mild YY/Y
Warnings: None
Disclaimer: I tried to lure Yugi over to me with some really good cards, but Yami came and snatched him back. He took the cards too. So no, I don't own the YGO anime or characters in any way.
Challenge theme: The straw that broke the camel's back
Summary: Yugi is having a bad day. Yami is unknowingly responsible for part of it.
Word count: 300


Bad days were nothing out of the ordinary. Bad days could happen to anyone, anytime, anywhere. It was a universal phenomenon; it /just/ happened. So, there was really no need to feel unjust about getting bad days.

At least that was what Yugi Mutou had been trying to tell himself all day.

Falling out of his bed was the first clue of his bad day. Falling out because of shock due to his neighbours suddenly deciding drill through their wall with the loudest electric drill possible was his second clue.

Yugi could brush those off, even if it meant waking up at 6 in the morning.

His third clue came in the form of a missing breakfast, all because his grandfather had eaten the last of the cereal last night.

So Yugi's stomach growled all the way as he walked to school, right after he had missed the bus by a sheer 0.02 second.

In school, things got unbearably painful when he discovered his math assignment, the very same one he had stayed up late to complete, was strangely not inside his book bag. By pure association to Jounouchi, their math teacher had been adamant that Yugi never did the assignment anyway.

Yugi swallowed his frustration.

His bad day was amplified when he got home and found his sleep-mussed boyfriend sitting at the dining table and eating a secret horde of cereal. Yami even had the nerve to smile charmingly and say, "Aibou, hope you didn't mind, but I took the liberty of tidying your book bag last night after you went to sleep."

Yami only heard a mutter of, "This is the straw that broke the camel's back!" before being pelted by a barrage of pillows and ordered to sleep on the couch for the rest of the week.