A/N: Hello. Yes, this is a new story. And, yes, I'm aware that I still have other stories that need to be updated. But, this isn't really a story, it's more of a collection of oneshots. KibaxIno oneshots to be precise. And I'll just update it when I'm having writers block, like with me other stories. (well, I'm not having writers block with the NejixIno story, I just have to plan the next chap with Rae-chan) Soo. Enough of me babbling. On to InoxKiba goodness.

I stomped angrily into the tent and plopped down onto my blanket. That Kiba could be so dumb sometimes. I heard someone enter the tent and my anger flared.

"Kiba! Go away! I don't want to ever see you again!" I called in anger. I felt a heavy weight on my back, and I twisted my head, to see Akamaru sitting on top of me. I struggled to free myself, but it was no use.

"Akamaruuuu, get off!" I cried, still struggling against the humongous dog.

"Not until you promise not to be mad anymore," Came Kiba's voice.

"Kiba! You baka! Don't you realize this is making me even more mad?!" I cried in frustration.

"That's why I won't get him off until you promise you won't be mad anymore," Kiba said.

"How do you know that I won't lie and say I won't be mad, when I will be?" I asked him, I might have laughed if I had enough air. With Akamaru on my back, I found it nearly impossible to take in more than shallow breaths.

"Because you're a woman of your word," Kiba said, sounding pleased with himself.

"Kiba! I swear, if you don't get this dog off my back I'll…I'll….I'll," I said, trying to think of a good threat.

"You'll what?" He asked. My blonde hair fell in my face, tickling my nose and causing me to get even more frustrated.

"I don't know, I'll do something, so horrible, you'll regret you even met me!" I threatened.

"I don't think I'll ever regret meeting you," Kiba said, his voice growing soft.


"Well, Akamaru isn't going anywhere until you promise that you aren't mad anymore and you forgive me," Kiba said. Suddenly, I had a plan.

"Akamaru, do you want a treat?" I asked, in a sweet voice.

"No, Akamaru."

"Akamaru, I have a special treat for you," I said, further tempting the dog. Akamaru whined and shifted above me. I smiled.

"Akamaru," Kiba warned.

"If you want the treat, you have to get off me," I said.

"That's low," Kiba growled.

"Making your dog sit on me is low," I retorted.

"Well, he won't move," Kiba said.

"Akamaru, I made it special for you. It has you're favorite in it," I said, having no clue what his favorite is.

"Akamaru, she doesn't even know what that is," Kiba said. Crap. Why did he have to know me so well?

"How about a walk?" I asked, changing my tactic.

"Akamaru, no, we just went on a walk."

"We can go through the woods," I added.

"Akamaru, stay."

"With all those big trees," Akamaru whined again.

"Stay," Kiba repeated.

"All those unmarked trees, just waiting for you to mark your territory," I said.

"No," Kiba, again.

"And you just drank a bunch of water," I recalled.

"Ino, stop it," Kiba ordered.

"spssssss," I imitated the sound of running water, ignoring Kiba. Akamaru was absolutely restless. I knew it was over.

"Go ahead, Akamaru," Kiba said, sighing in defeat. With a happy bark, Akamaru leapt off my back, relieving himself outside the tent. With a triumphant grin, I sat up.

"I win!" I said, turning to face Kiba.

"I guess you do, huh," Kiba said. I stood up and cracked my knuckles.

"Kiba, you are going to pay," I said, advancing on him.

"H-hey. I love you, and I told you I was sorry," He said, backing up.

"Sorry doesn't cut it," I said, coming in for the kill.

"I just didn't want you to be mad at me anymore!" Kiba exclaimed, getting desperate.

"So you thought having your dog sit on me would make my anger go away?" I asked with raised eyebrows. Kiba gulped.

"Pretty much," He said. His back was now against the green tent, I had him cornered. I smiled evilly.

"Kiba, that has to be the stupidest idea I have ever heard," I said, taking another step closer. I was almost within strangling distance.

"It didn't seem so bad earlier." I raised a fist in his face.

"Ready for the pain?" I asked him, drawing my hand back, preparing to put him in a world of hurt.

Thinking quickly, he wrapped his arms around my waist. With wide eyes, I realized what he was planning.

"No-" I started, but it was too late. I was already trapped. Kiba leaned in and kissed me, and I felt my anger dissolve.

I wound my arms around his neck, and leaned into his kiss more. No one was better than Kiba. He was the best person in the world, and I was so in love with him.

When he finally pulled away, I felt dazed and dizzy. I felt like I was going to fall, but Kiba held me up. I closed my eyes and leaned against his chest.

"I hate how much I love you," I growled into his jacket. His chest vibrated with his laughter. Kiba knew that I couldn't stay mad at him for long, it was my curse and his blessing.

"I love you," He said, stroking my hair.

"Yeah, yeah. I love you too."