Disclaimer: I do not own Azumanga Daioh.
By Silver Sailor Ganymede
It was just another normal music lesson that day: well, normal apart from the fact that some very stupid person had decided to pair Tomo and Kagura together to work on a piece of music and that, among other things, was what the two were arguing about. Hmm, maybe it was just another noraml lesson after all…
"I hate music class," Tomo groaned.
"Me too," Kagura shot back. "Especially if I'm working with someone as thick as you."
"I'm not as bad as you."
"No, you're worse. Anyways, aren't we supposed to be composing something…"
"Well, I dunno what I can do, but you can play the tambourine if you want, Tomo. Shouldn't be too hard for you."
"I can play the trampoline?" Tomo asked, confused. "How do you do that?"
Tomo blinked, "Isn't that a fruit."
"No, that's a tangerine. Tan-ger-ine," Kagura explained.
"I don't believe you. Chiiiiyoooo-chaaaaan!" Tomo called over to Chiyo, who was sitting at the desk in front of them.
"Yes?" Chiyo asked as she turned to face them.
"Isn't a tambourine a fruit?"
"No, Tomo," Chiyo giggled. "I think you mean a tangerine."
Tomo glared at Kagura, who now had a smug look on her face.
"Told you so."
"Still told you so," Kagura grinned and stuck her tongue out at Tomo. She reached over to get her pen, but it wasn't there. "Tomo, where's my pen?"
"Erm…" Tomo shrugged.
"You've lost it haven't you?"
"Erm… yeah," Tomo grinned at Kagura and sweatdropped.
"Baka!" Kagura snapped. "Where is it?" she asked no one inparticular as they began to search.
"I don't know."
"Did you eat it?"
"I don't think so…"
"Erm, Tomo," Chiyo piped up. "Kagura's pen is behind your ear…"
"Ooh yeah," Tomo chuckled. "I forgot."
It was then that Kagura blinked, "what was my pen doing behind your ear."
"No idea," Tomo replied, handing it back to Kagura, and accidently swiping her in the mouth with it as she did.
Kagura choked and grimmiced as she tasted ink in her mouth.
"What did you do that for?"
"Felt like it," Tomo replied. "Hey, I wonder if you could draw on someone's teeth?"
"Well, you know how you can have your skin tattooed?"
"Well, what if you could have your teeth tattooed."
"I have no idea," Kagura shrugged.
"Oh, and you have blue ink on your teeth by the way."
"And whose fault is that," Kagura asked, glaring at Tomo.
Just then the bell rang.
"You do realise we've done no work at all this lesson."
"Do we ever?"