I DON'T OWN Yu-Gi-Oh! If I did there would be more Puppyshipping

Warnings: shounen-ai, swearing, slight OOCness

It was a beautiful night as the crescent moon shone and the sky and a nice breeze seemed to caress you as you walked. The temperature was cool but not overly cold where as you would need a jacket. A boy walked through the park whistling to himself quietly not really paying attention to anything. He had messy blond hair and big honey gold eyes with a naturally tan skin tone. His appearance was slightly rugged as he wore faded baggy blue jeans and a red tank top with a black star on the front.

While he walked through the park past the neatly planted flowers he suddenly found himself on the ground. Looking at what he had run into he found a chocolate brown brunet boy who looked to be around his age. "Oh my god I'm so sorry!" the blond shouted immediately stretching out a hand for the boy. The burnet looked up at him with electric blue eyes.

"It's okay I wasn't looking where I was going," the burnet replied staring at him.

"Neither was I," the blond said smiling a little. Finally the burnet took his hand and let the blond help him up.

"What's your name?" the burnet asked still staring at the blond.

"Jounouchi Katsuya! You can just call me Jou for short," the blond answered. "What's your name?" he asked.

"Seto Kaiba," the burnet replied. The blond dusted himself off and when it looked like he was about to leave the burnet, Seto, grabbed his hand. "Would you care to have a small diner with me?" he asked. Jou nodded his head in agreement.

"That sounds great! But I don't have any money…" Jou said cheerful at first but then realizing his dilemma.

"Don't worry about it. I can afford to pay for your meal also," Seto assured him.

"But that wouldn't be right!" Jou said eyes widening as he looked at Seto.

"I insist. Besides I did knock you down," Seto told him. Jou thought it over for awhile tapping his chin.

"Well I guess but it really wasn't your fault that I was knocked down…" he replied finally. Seto smiled and grabbed Jou's hand leading him to the nearest restaurant. It ended up being a Chinese buffet called the Great Wall. Inside it was still slightly packed with people despite it being near ten o'clock. "I love Chinese food!" Jou exclaimed happily looking around the place. Seto smirked glad he had decided to come here. A waitress came up to them a few minutes after they found their seats.

"What would you like to drink?" the waitress asked politely taking out her note pad.

"A cup of coffee would be nice for me," Seto replied without much though. It took Jou longer to decide what he wanted.

"May I have some orange pop?" he inquired giving a small shy smile after looking at his choices. The lady's heart warmed and she nodded her head.

"Of course you can! Please help yourselves to the buffet," the waitress said leaving to get their drinks. Jou sat there for a moment before timidly asking, "Is it okay for me to get whatever I want?" Seto smiled.

"Yes it's fine. Don't worry I'll pay for everything and it is a buffet," Seto assured him. Jou brightened up and quickly jumped out of his seat to check out all of what they had. Seto couldn't help but chuckle at the sight. It was so amusing to see someone his age act like a little kid who just got the best gift ever. Jou grabbed the nearest plate and began stacking a little bit of everything he could find onto it. Seto just took a few pieces of what was most likely his favorite dishes from the buffet. When their plates were filled both made it back to the table where their drinks were already waiting for them.

"So what were you doing in the park alone?" Seto asked casually to start a conversation. For a minute it almost looked like Jou was sad but he replied, "I thought I would take a walk to clear my mind before going home." Jou kept a smile on his face. They made light conversation all through dinner vaguely telling about themselves.

"I had fun tonight thanks for treating me to dinner," Jou said as they left the restaurant.

"Don't think anything of it. I enjoyed your company," Seto responded. They walked in silence for awhile. "Maybe we could hang out again some other time?" Seto offered.

"I'm only up during the night though…" Jou replied.

"Why?" Seto asked curiously.

"I guess you could say I just got into the habit when I kept getting jobs during this hour," Jou answered. "It would be nice to see you again though," Jou continued.

"Who knows," Seto shrugged. "We might meet again unexpectedly. Like the saying goes 'It's a small world." Jou smiled at him. Before Seto could ask for his number so they could keep in contact Jou looked at his watch and his eyes widened. He started to run off leaving Seto confused.

"I'm sorry! I'll be late for something important if I don't go now!" Jou called over his shoulder. Seto just stood there solemnly watching the blond boy Jou run off.

TBC!

It's not over yet! And I should be updating soon! BTW it's just a reaaaally short story that Aura wanted me to do. R&R!