Disclaimer: I don't own Digimon or anything you remotely reconize.

Author's Notes: I'm sorry this took so long to update! I had really bad writer's block with this story, so I apologize. The next chapter should be out much quicker.

I'm also going to go back and edit the last chapter...eventually.

06. Lesson

Taichi really thought Mimi was overreacting.

She sat in the passenger's seat, fists balled up so tight that her fingernails were cutting into her palms, with her eyes screwed shut and mouthing a silent prayer. Taichi rolled his eyes; all she had to do was give him a driving lesson and she was acting as if he had asked her to singlehandly disable the tractor beam, rescue the princess, and escape to the fourth moon of Yavin. She was being such a drama queen.

"You're just giving me a driving leson, Mi. Don't panic."

Her eyes shot open and fixed a glare on him. "Don't panic?! Don't panic?! I'm giving you, someone who's failed their driver's test twice, a driving lesson in the middle of Manhatten. And you're telling me not to panic!"

"I'm hurt, Mi. Don't you trust me?"

"I wouldn't trust you behind the wheel of a car in Kansas, much less New York City." She groaned. "How did I let you talk me into this?"

"I promised to buy you that bracelet you've been wanting."

"Oh yeah. Where's my bracelet?"

"I'll buy it for you, after you give me this lesson."

"Yeah, that'll be really great. Just remember to put it on me for my funeral."

"Stop being a drama queen."

"I'm not being a dram queen! I'm being realistic."

"No, you're not!"

"Yes, I am!"



Taichi grinned. "Yes!"

"Yes!" Mimi smirked as Taichi groaned. "That only works in cartoons, Tai, not real life." She kissed him quick on the lips. "Now let's get this nightmare over with."

"As you wish, your highness."

"Just one thing. If you get me killed, I'm going to haunt you until you die."

"Mimi," he groaned in exasperation.

He should've just gone to a driving school.

"What are you waiting for? Let's get this accident waiting to happen started."

He really, really should've just gone to a drivng school

Author's Notes: Please read and review.