Bwhaha. Writing this story made me laugh. :D

Also, this is either before or after the blue haired one was in the Akatsuki. I'm not sure whether she's a girl, or she justs likes dressing like one, but whatever. ;)

Note- I don't own Naruto. If I did, things would be very different -cackle- D


Riiing. Riiiing.

Tsuki looked over at her clock.

8:30 A.M. "Damn. Why does this organization make get up so god damn early?"

Tsuki had been in the Akatsuki for about two months now, but was still trying to get used to the swing of things.

Tsuki sat up, looking around her room. Her walls were a deep wine red, and bare. She hadn't exactly planned to bring anything along. Just a few items of interest...She grabbed her hairbrush, gently brushing it through her silky purple hair. Hmm. I wonder when Leader will assign me a partner. Tsuki had been introduced to the members the day she had got here. Most of them had taken a liking to her, probably because she was a girl. All of the other members were men, even though a certain blonde looked like a girl. But he had assured he that he wasn't. Still, one can never be too sure...

She stood up, stretching. "Hmm. Maybe I should go and get something to eat. But then again, I might run into someone." She thought this over, but couldn't ignore the grumbling of her stomach. She walked over to the door, slowly turning the knob. She peeked out into the hallway, making sure no one was around. Good. The coast is clear. She slowly walked into the kitchen, grabbing a cup of instant ramen from the cupboard. After putting in the microwave, she leaned against the cabinets, inspecting her newly painted fingernails. "God. This color is so...boring. Can't they make the color brighter? Green would be cool," She muttered to herself. "I hear yah, un. Black is so drab, un." Tsuki whipped around to see a blonde haired boy standing in the doorway. She gave him a smile. "Good morning, Deidara-san." He smiled back. "Good morning, un." He let himself into the kitchen, grabbing another cup of ramen.

"Sooo, how do you like the Akatsuki so far, un?"

"It's cool, I suppose."

Deidara smirked. "Nooo. I meant the people in it, un."

She hesitated. "Well now, I haven't exactly gotten to meet everyone yet."

He laughed. "We were talking about you, un. And we all agree: you're pretty hot, un."

"Oh really?"

"Yeah, un. That's why I came to find you, un." He smirked again. "Wanna go on a date with me?"

Just as Tsuki was about to answer, there was a crash, and the rest of the Akatsuki came tumbling in through the door. They had obviously been eavesdropping.

Hidan stood up, brushing imaginary dust off of himself. "So Deidara, trying to steal her before the rest of us, eh?"

Deidara gave him a mischevious smile. "Yup, un. Like she'd want to go out with any of you." He made a gesture at them all.

The rest of them stood up, angered by his statement. "What the hell Deidara. She'd never go out with an idiot like you!"

"Exactly! Which is why she should go out with me!"

"No! She should come out with me! Besides, I'm so much cooler than the rest of you!"

Tsuki just stood there, looking dumbfounded. "Umm, guys?"

No response. They all just kept arguing over her, like she was some kind of trophy.

"You guys. Stop."

Again, no response. They all kept arguing, getting louder and louder.

"YOU GUYS. SHUT THE HELL UP." Tsuki was fuming now, and that made them stop fighting.

"Nice job at pissing her off, Deidara."

"What?! How the hell was this my-"

Tsuki interupted him. "If you guys want me so bad, then why don't we make this a game."

They all looked at her, now with a curious look in their eyes. She continued. "Yes! Like a dating game. I'll let you all...take me on dates! Each one of you gets a day with me, from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm. You can do whatever you want. But, I refuse to go in your rooms. That's the only real rule." She smirked at them. "You guys up for the challenge?" For once, the men in the Akatsuki agreed. "Yes!"

"Now, who's going to be first?"