The most extraordinary thing to happen in a fanfic. Or, er, gender-bending. zutara, tykka, taang. Gender-bender style



Remember--genderbending. Meaning the guys are girls...and the girls are guys.

Ty Lee---Tai
Haru---Haru Haru, technically, is a girl's name ;)



"Sis? Hey, sis, are you up?"


"…You're talking. That means you're up."

"For the love of God, Kataru, go back to sleep!"

The younger boy shifted his feet nervously. "I can't." He frowned. "Listen, will you please just get up and talk to me? I need your advice."

"Can my advice wait until after the sun is up?"

"Uh, no."

Sola groaned into her pillow. "Are you sure about that?"

"Absolutely positive."

Muttering at least a hundred swearwords under her breath, Sola sat up straight, her hair matted and her pillow lying faithfully in her lap. "Okay. What is it? What do you need?"

Kataru sat down across from her, rubbing the back of his head nervously. "Well, you see, I was wondering if…being the wonderful big sister that you are…if you wouldn't…well, if you…uh…" He blushed furiously. "Canyoutellmeaboutgirls?"

Sola blinked.

Then blinked again, for good measure.

Then again. "Wait, you woke me up at some ungodly hour in the morning to talk about girls!"

Kataru hung his head down in shame. "I know, I know! I just don't know what to do! She kissed me, you know, not the other way around!"

Sola just kinda sat there and stared.

"I mean, what are you suppose to do after someone kisses you?" He asked, desperately. "Hell, I don't even know her that well! She's the enemy, for spirit's sake! What am I suppose to do? I mean, should I get her flowers? Girls like flowers, don't they? What kind of flowers do you think I should get? Are roses too serious? What about panda lilies? Angie seems to like the panda lilies, but would she like them? Oh Spirits, what if she doesn't like flowers! What am I suppose to do then? Wha—"

"Wait." Sola held her hand up. "Wait. Just…just stop, for a second, okay?" Her little brother did as he was told. "Let me get this all straightened out…you were kissed by a girl?"

Kataru nodded.

"Which girl?"

Her brother blushed and stammered. "Uh, well, you know her…that one…from that…place."

Sola wasn't convinced. "Which girl, Kataru?"

He mumbled something under his breath; Sola stared: it sounded suspiciously like Zuka.

"Wait. Wait. Wait. Wait." No, it was too damn early in the morning for this! "Are you telling me that the princess of the Fire Nation kissed you?"

Kataru nodded meekly.

Sola raised an eyebrow. "Did you kiss her back?"

"Uh, maybe?" Sola glared. "Okay, okay! Yes, yes, I did. Happy now?"

She groaned. "Tell you what. I'm going to go back to bed. When I wake up at a decent hour in the morning, I'm going to pretend that this was just a really, really bad dream. You will not tell me otherwise." Her brother opened his mouth to speak, but Sola stopped him. "No. I'm pretending this didn't happen. This conversation didn't happen, all right?"

Kataru sighed. "All right."



End for now. more later.