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Rock, Paper, Dynamite
By Silver Sailor Ganymede

"Yahoo!" Tomo cheered, jumping to her feet and springing up on her desk. "Free period!"

Kagura looked up at her fellow Numbnut in exasperation. Sure a free lesson instead of maths was a good thing, but did Tomo really have to go so over the top? Considering it was Tomo, Kagura supposed it was.

"Get off the desk," Kagura muttered. "You look like an idiot."

Tomo pouted then jumped off her desk and sat down, sulking.

"I'm bored," she whined.

"You were just bouncing off the walls because we've got a free class," Kagura said, sighing at the wildcat girl's swift mood-swings. "How can you be bored alre…"

"I know!" Tomo interrupted her. "Let's play rock, paper, scissors! I'll beat you in this!"

"No way," Kagura countered. "I'm going to beat you!"

And so the 3,268,472nd Numbnut-war of the month began…

"Rock, paper, scissors…"

Tomo pulled rock, Kagura paper.

"I win!"

"No! Again! Best of three."

"Rock, paper, scissors…"

Tomo pulled scissors, Kagura rock.

"I win again."

"NO! Best of five."

"Fine," Kagura smirked. "I'll still win."

"Rock, paper, scissors…"

Kagura pulled rock, Tomo pulled –

"What the heck is that?" Kagura asked, pointing to the strange, twisted shape Tomo was making with her hands.

"It's dynamite."

"Looks like a dead bat to me."

"It's dynamite! It pwns everything!"

"Doesn't count."

"Does too."

"Does not!"

"Does too!"

"Whatever, I still pwn you!"

"Heh, I just realised something," Tomo snickered. "Pwn sounds a lot like po…" Kagura clamped her hand over Tomo's mouth just in time.

"You don't want to be saying that in class, Numbnut," she said, rolling her eyes.

"So? I still pwned you in that game," Tomo muttered.

"I beat you, actually."

"Did NOT!"

Kagura looked at her and sighed. "Whatever. Remind me never to play rock, paper, scissors with you again. I'd rather maths class."