Disclaimer: I do not own Azumanga Daioh or The Smurfs.
The Smurf Mobile
By Silver Sailor Ganymede
"Oh my God it's a Smurf mobile!" Tomo shrieked at the top of her voice, pointing at a small blue car as it raced past them.
Yomi looked at her and sighed. So now it was even impossible for them to just walk home from school without Tomo doing something bizarre? Go figure. She looked over at Kagura, expecting to see an equally baffled expression on her face, but sadly Kagura was grinning in the same manic way as Tomo was.
"Would you care to tell me what's so funny?" Yomi said. "And why are all small, blue cars apparently called Smurf mobiles now as far as you're concerned?"
It was Kagura who answered her question. "Because they're small and blue, like Smurfs," she explained, as though this was the most obvious thing in the world. "Did you really not know that, Yomi?"
Tomo seemed to find this hilarious. "I know something Yomi doesn't, I know something Yomi doesn't!"
Yomi was wondering how long this jeering would carry on for, and how long her patience would hold out before she just had to hit Tomo, when Kagura interrupted the loud girl's shouts.
"Haha, look, it's an angry Smurf mobile!" Kagura yelled. Yomi looked to where Kagura was staring, but saw nothing other than a small, red car.
"An angry Smurf mobile?" she said, shaking her head in disbelief.
"Yep, it's a Smurf mobile," Tomo said, nodding. "See, it was originally blue but now it's angry so it's red and that's why it's an angry Smurf mobile." She finished with a smug look on her face.
Yomi began to walk off, knowing that she couldn't stand the two Numbnuts' stupidity anymore, when she heard Tomo scream with shock behind her and turned round.
"Uh-oh, Kagura, look," Tomo gasped. "It's an evil Smurf mobile…"
"Oh no, an evil Smurf mobile!" Kagura screamed.
Yomi looked over, but all she could see was a small black car.
"It's an evil Smurf mobile…"
"It's plotting to take over the world…"
"Let's run before it eats us!" Tomo cried, and the two Numbnuts started running along the street as fast as their legs could carry them, racing straight past Yomi.
Yomi watched the two girls run, but decided not to bother following them; finally, she could walk home in peace.