I haven't written a Rikkai story in like…forever. So yeah, I dunno if there's any like, out of character stuff…
Sanada was walking around the tennis courts, minding his own business and ordering laps as usual. Nothing was wrong, really, until he came upon a piece of paper that was lying on the ground, surprisingly unruffled and in perfectly good condition considering that it was on the ground. He picked it up and read the content.
People with straight hair are 'straight'. People with curly hair aren't 'straight'. So, basically, doesn't that mean they're gay? HAHA. I don't get it…but it kind of makes sense anyway.
Sanada's poor, innocent mind went blank.
Unbeknownst to him, Kirihara was reading it from behind Sanada, and quietly slipped off to ask Yukimura what it was about.
So he happily bounced over to Yukimura, convinced that his captain would tell him what that note meant. So, he asked him.
"Mura-buchou, what does gay mean?" Kirihara asked innocently.
Yagyuu choked a little on his water, and Niou had to slap him on the back, all the while laughing out loud.
Yukimura stuffed a tennis ball into his mouth to shut him up. "Now, Akaya, where did you hear that word from?" he asked sweetly, smiling. "Did someone say that to you?"
"Sanada-fukubuchou was reading a piece of paper and it had that word on it," Kirihara answered him, wide-eyed. "Is it something bad?"
By that time Niou had managed to take the offending tennis ball out of his mouth. "It means…" so he went into a very detailed explanation about what the word meant.
Kirihara didn't understand any of it. "So…it's like…being friends?" he asked.
"No!" Niou rolled his eyes. "It means-" This time another tennis ball was shoved into his mouth, courtesy of Yukimura…again…
"Sanada!" Yukimura called out, smiling all the while which really crept out some people. "Can you come here for a minute or two?"
Sanada came shuffling over, not really knowing where he was going or what he was doing.
"Sanada, Akaya tells me you read something strange," Yukimura said. "Care to show me what that was?"
Sanada handed it to him wordlessly. "I found it on the ground," he said emotionlessly, pieces of his mind scattered around in his head, unorganized and shuffling around at a fast pace.
Which basically meant he had a brain overload.
Yukimura read the offending piece of paper and wordlessly tucked it into his pocket. Or, at least, tried to, before Niou snatched it away from him and began reading it. "What, so if people have curly hair they're automatically gay? SO AKAYA'S GAY. AHA!" He pointed a finger at Kirihara, who looked at him, confused.
"Niou, thirty laps, now," Yukimura ordered, giving him a 'DON'T-MESS-WITH-ME' smile.
"…" So Niou went to run his laps.
"Sanada, do you know who wrote this?" Yukimura asked, turning to the boy.
The boy stared at him, and then shook his head.
"I think he might've died," Kirihara told his captain, looking at his vice-captain in awe.
"This is a lie, Sanada," Yukimura told him, tearing up the piece of paper. "Whoever has written this, they shall face the consequences when I find out who wrote this."
The person who ended up being the writer of the mysterious paper was…
Niou stared. And stared. And then pointed at the person in front of him. "That's just…"
Akutagawa Jirou hummed quietly while chewing on a stick of Pocky.
What the crap, what was the point of this anyway? XD I just got bored.
And this is no way of offending people who have curly hair…or straight hair, for that matter. Think of it as a really bad pun…like…a pun made my Davide or something. XD