The dance, part one.

DISCLAIMER: I DON'T OWN DIGIMON! IF YOU THINK I DO, THEN YOU'RE A STUPID IDIOT! Ok, that was fun.

A/N: This is why you don't let me write digimon fanfics. I'm proud of this… so I really shouldn't say that.

RIIIIING
Kari checked the caller I.D, and then picked up the phone eagerly.

"Hi T.K!" I wonder if he's going to… no, no, I shouldn't get my hopes up. Kari thought.

"Hey Kari."

"What's up?"

"Um…" A pause. Maybe I was right… or his phone could have gone dead.

"You still there T.K.?"

"Yes. Kari… I wanted to ask you to the school dance tomorrow. As a date, you know?"

Did he just ask… YES HE DID!!!

"I thought you'd never ask"

"Is that a yes?"

"Yes, T.K."

"I'll see you there, Kari." He sounded relieved, and also extremely excited.

The Next Day:

T.K walked into the school, all the while looking for his date. Grr…I couldn't find her in this crowd. Oh wait, there she is!

"Hey Kari!" He called out over the crowd.

He saw her turn around, notice him, and then push her way through the crowd to him, and then stood next to him.

"Hey, T.K! I'm glad to see you didn't chicken out or anything". She said playfully.

"Who's calling who a chicken? I got up the courage to ask you out, remember?" He said, nudging her gently, "And then you replied 'I thought you'd never ask', as if you'd been waiting for me to ask. Yet you never even got up the courage to ask me."

"I'm calling you a chicken, T.K. You left me waiting for like a minute while you tried to get up the courage to ask AFTER you called me. How long did you wait before you even dialed my number?" She replied, still flirtatious.

"Alright, so it took me about a while, but… at least I actually got around to asking eventually." T.K smiled slyly as he said this.

"I was just waiting for you to ask" she replied

"Yeah right, chicken".

"Your right, T.K., I am a chicken. Of course, that makes you SERIOUSLY messed up, since your dating a farm animal"

"Yeah, you're such an animal, Kari".

Just then, the gym doors opened, and the crowd of impatient teenagers began pushing toward the door.

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