Jiraiya's Last Student
Don't own Naruto. Enough said.
Naruto was ecstatic right now. His girlfriend would get the help she needed, and all would be well in his world. He was jumping around, walking on his hands, and doing somersaults. The blond hadn't been this happy in a while.
Hinata watched her overenthusiastic boyfriend and giggled at his antics. Tsunade, Jiraiya, and Shizune were also amused by Naruto and his overabundance of energy and joy.
The group had taken a detour on their way to the village to pay off some of Tsunade's debts. It was a little past noon, and the group was now finally just a few hours away from the village now. It was taking so long only because they were walking the whole way.
"So Hinata, you want to be a medic ninja?" Tsunade asked. She and the Hyuga heiress had talked briefly about the subject yesterday.
The young gennin's eyes focused on her boyfriend before replying, "I would like to, yes." Hinata had become far more confident in herself since Naruto came back and trained hard, but she was still beaten by her cousin. She wanted, no, she needed to be able to help Naruto in any way she could, and becoming a medical ninja was her answer.
The slug princess smiled. She hadn't felt the desire to help someone like she did with Hinata in a very long time. It was refreshing. "All right, once the surgery is completed I'll give you some scrolls to read while you recover. After that, if you show talent in what you've learned from those scrolls, I'll teach you."
Hinata's eyes lit up. "Really?!"
Tsunade smiled at Hinata's reaction and nodded. "But your studies and training will be strict!"
"Hai!" replied Tsunade's newly appointed apprentice.
A hour earlier in the Hokage's office.
Kakashi, Zabuza, and Sasuke stood in front of the Hokage's desk. The trio waited as Hiruzen finished the work that laid in front of him. "Finally, this part is done," muttered the third Hokage, stamping the paper and putting it on top a large stack of finished papers. "I hope you three are ready to depart."
"Depart?" asked Sasuke.
"Indeed," he replied with a nod.
"What is our mission?" Kakashi inquired.
"Since the attack on our village, there has been an increase in bandit raids and rogue shinobi attacks. Most of them I've already sent either individuals or groups off to deal with. However, a large group has been attacking the border between our nation and the Land of Tea." Hiruzen pulled out a scroll and handed it to Kakashi. "That is your destination. You are to go to the border of the Land of Tea to seek out and deal with this group. Kakashi, you are in charge."
Kakashi stored the scroll in his pouch. "How many are there?"
"About three dozen bandits and around a half dozen rogue shinobi. The skill level of the shinobi is sketchy at best, and I don't have anyone else that I can spare to assist you in this matter. So you four will be it."
"Who's the fourth?" Zabuza asked, seeing as there were only three of them in the room.
The old Hokage leaned back in his chair. "Naruto will be the fourth member of your team. You are to pick him up. The map on the scroll I handed Kakashi will give you the route they are taking back to the village."
"Was the mission a success?" asked Kakashi as he looked at the scroll.
"From what Jiraiya said in his message, yes, I believe it was a success," Hiruzen replied, then sighed and added, "However, I do not know where Tsunade stands on my request."
"I see," the cyclopes ninja replied.
Sakura entered the main house of the Uchiha district. Itachi had sent her a message asking her to come to speak with him about something. The pinkette couldn't imagine what he wanted to talk with her about.
"Hello?" she called out. It didn't seem like anyone was home at the moment.
Sakura walked around the estate, checking each bedroom, but finding no one in any of them. She came to door she hadn't noticed the previous day. When she opened it, she found a small garden in the center of the room. There was a single rose bush in the center of the room with various other small potted plants on benches around it. There was a large window on the ceiling, allowing light in to feed the plants.
"Ah, you're here, Sakura," came Itachi's voice.
Sakura froze as she heard his voice. Itachi stood up from behind the rose bush, a pair of clippers in his hand.
"I suppose you're wondering what I want to talk with you about, and why there's a blue rose bush inside of this room."
Sakura nodded. There was silence for a few minutes before Sakura could work up the nerve to speak. "Was it your mother's?"
Itachi looked down and touched one of the deep blue roses on the plant. "No. When I was a child, I found this plant out in the forest. It was very small and had a half-opened bud on it. So I dug it up and brought it home. My mother showed me how to care for it. I'm surprised Sasuke didn't rip the plant out of the ground and burn it."
Sakura shifted uncomfortably. "Umm...You also wanted to talk to me about something?"
Itachi looked up, ending his day dreaming. "Yes. I would like for you to live at the estate."
Sakura almost fell over. "What?" Out of all the things he could have said to her, she had never imagined this.
"I will be moving back into the Uchiha district officially once what really happened has been announced, and Kisame will probably be coming to live in one of the homes as well. Sasuke doesn't particularly like me right now, and I don't think that will change anytime soon." Itachi finished clipping a few branches and set the clippers on one of the benches. "It would help him greatly to have somebody he trusts living here as well."
"Ummm...Can I think about it?"
"I said no, dammit!" Tsunade shouted, smashing her hand onto the small dango shop table, sending a crack down the center.
"Why the hell not?! Tons of people would love to be the Hokage!" Naruto yelled back, slamming his hand on the table and breaking it in half.
"Hey, now, don't destroy the shop or..." Jiraiya began to say, but they apparently weren't listening.
"Then let those people be Hokage and leave me the hell out of it!" Tsunade seemed to be getting more and more irritated with the blond. "Look, I said I'd help Hinata, but I never agreed to being the Fifth Hokage."
"I'm thankful you're going to help her, and I wouldn't bother asking if the old man would just let me be the next Hokage!" Naruto voice got progressively louder towards the end of his sentence.
"Damn right he won't! You're far too young and inexperienced!" she almost laughed out.
Naruto smirked and sat down in his chair. "All right, let's have a match! If I get the first hit, I get to be the next Hokage!"
Tsunade smirked. "All right, brat! You're on!"
Shizune, Jiraiya, and Hinata just sat in their chairs and finished the tea they had bought.
"What nice tea." Hinata said between sips.
"Indeed," Shizune agreed.
"We should probably leave a large tip once we're done." What Jiraiya meant by 'large tip' was enough money to replace the table and any other damages the two were about to cause.
The trio took one last sip of tea simultaneously.
The three had been listening to Naruto and Tsunade argue for about thirty minutes now. That arguing finally culminated in Naruto challenging Tsunade for the right to be the next Hokage.
Jiraiya sighed and stood up, placing a large tip to cover all the damages and whatever other damages may ensue shortly. "Well, we best go make sure those two don't kill one another."
The two kunoichi nodded and followed suit to find where Naruto and Tsunade had run off to. Hinata activated her Byakugan, allowing for quick acquisition of the two blonds' location. They were behind the shop in a small clearing in the woods away from the road.
"They're behind the shop. Looks like they're getting ready to start," Hinata said, deactivating her eyes.
"All right! First one to hit the other will become Hokage, deal?" said Naruto, taking a stance and putting his right hand on the hilt of his sword. Naruto didn't seem like a smart guy for the most part because he acted the part of a fool. However, it didn't seem Tsunade caught what Naruto was doing.
"All right! First one to hit the other wins!" she declared.
"Yo, Tsunade! I wouldn't take the boy too lightly!" Jiraiya called out from the edge of the clearing.
"Ha! I may be a little rusty, but I doubt some kid, regardless of parentage, is going to get the best of me!" Tsunade boasted.
Naruto grit his teeth. He hated being underestimated so easily. The young blond disappeared from sight, his hand having been on the hilt of his sword.
Tsunade's eyes widened, and she barely managed to side step the downward slash from Naruto's sword. 'So fast...' she thought. The Sannin lifted her foot and slammed it into the ground, causing the ground to erupt, shooting massive chunks of rock into the air. 'I won't be beaten by some youngster,' she thought, jumping into the air. She smashed her fist into the large chunks of rock, causing them to splinter into hundreds of pieces. The area was pelted with chunks of stone, creating a massive dust cloud. Tsunade landed on the ground, a smug look adorned her face.
The dust cloud cleared, but Naruto was nowhere in sight. Tsunade stood motionless as she waited.
Naruto appeared above Tsunade, a Rasengan being sent straight down on top of the Sannin. However, she had anticipated an action like this and jumped back. The Rasengan impacted the ground, creating a small crater. Dust once more filled the air. When it cleared, Naruto was standing in the crater. His eyes were yellow, and there were thick orange lines around his eyes.
Jiraiya put a hand on his chin and raised an eyebrow. "I didn't think he'd mastered sage mode yet."
"Weren't you training him?" asked Shizune.
Jiraiya sighed. "Well, yeah, but I wasn't the only one training him. The elder toads trained him and I didn't really pry into what they taught him. I knew he was training for sage mode, but I never thought he'd master it at such a young age." Jiraiya ruffled his hair in irritation. "That damn kid asks me to teach him everything I know and he doesn't even tell me when he's mastered something!"
"Yes, he can be pretty inconsiderate," came a rather deep voice.
Hinata looked to her left and saw a small fox sitting on Shizune's head.
"Whaaaaa!" Shizune jumped up in air, startled by the fox. "D-don't scare me!"
"When did you get here, Takeshi-san?" asked Hinata, catching him in her arms.
The fox looked up at Hinata. "Just now, actually. I was bored with just sitting there and watching from the inside." The fox looked over at Jiraiya. "You really don't seemed all that surprised that I'm out like this."
Jiraiya set Shizune down. "I heard you and Naruto talking the other night." Jiraiya had a very serious expression on his face. He had no desire to ever look at the fox and it definitely showed on his face.
"I see. You might want to stop Naruto. He's getting carried away again."
Everyone looked to see Naruto running at Tsunade with a massive Rasengan in hand.
"Naruto-kun, stop it right now!" Hinata shouted, catching everyone off guard except for Tsunade who was more caught up in the moment than Naruto was.
The fox took this moment to disappear back into the seal.
Naruto stumbled, losing control of his Rasengan and causing it to dispel. The stumbling was quickly followed by Tsunade's fist crashing into Naruto's face, sending him flying back, crashing through branches and whole trees.
"Damn, I think I hit him a little too hard..."
Jiraiya looked over at Hinata who looked as if she was about to start running after Naruto. He put a hand on Hinata's shoulder to calm her. "Don't worry about Naruto he's been hit harder than that before."
She looked up at him and nodded.
"Why do we have to get the blond brat for this? Actually, why do we even need the moody one?" Zabuza complained.
"Stop complaining, Zabuza. We should be just about to where Naruto is," Kakashi replied. The Jounin never thought the former demon of the mist could complain about something so much.
"Don't call..." Sasuke was unable to finish what he was saying as boy with blond hair came flying right by them. "Was that Naruto?" he asked.
The trio stopped their jumping through the trees.
"Kinda looked like it..." Zabuza replied.
A buxom blond landed on the ground near the three ninja. "You see a blond kid come flying by here?" she asked.
"Tsunade?" Kakashi asked.
"Oh, hey, Kakashi. Been a while. Now about that blond?"
Kakashi simple pointed in the correct direction and Tsunade took off.
"Was that Tsunade of the Sannin?" Zabuza asked.
"Yep. She's been out of the village for quite some time," the cyclops ninja replied.
"Kami, she's got some big knockers!" the former demon of the mist almost shouted.
The comment earned Zabuza a open palm to the back of his head, courtesy of Jiraiya, who was now standing behind the group with Hinata and Shizune. "Watch your mouth, kid. If she'd heard that, she'd probably crush your skull under her foot. That and I wouldn't let Tsunami catch you saying that either."
Zabuza turned pale and grumbled at the same time. From past relationships he knew how crazy a woman could get. It took everything he had not to do or say something stupid.
Shizune walked up to Kakashi, bowing slightly. "It's been a while, Kakashi-san."
Kakashi gave her a little wave. "Yeah, been a few years. Still carrying that pig around for Tsunade I see."
"So what did the idiot do to get sent flying?" Sasuke questioned.
Jiraiya chuckled and replied, "Oh he challenged Tsunade for the right to be Hokage or something like that. He lost his footing and got a nice wallop." Jiraiya thought about what he just said and chuckled again. "Yeah that about sums it up." It amused him that Naruto listened to Hinata when she had told him to stop.
"Geez, how far did I send him flying...?" Tsunade walked around a bush to see the ground dug with what was probably Naruto's own body. "Well, I hope he's not dead. His parents would never forgive me. Ah there he is." The path Naruto had dug was around a hundred feet in length. What finally stopped him had been a rather large tree. "Hey, wake up!" Tsunade yelled as she knelt down in front of him. She began to slap him across the face. "Wake the hell up!"
Naruto suddenly jumped up. "Why the heck are you slapping me across the face when you just punched me in the jaw and sent me flying Kami knows how far?!" Naruto rubbed his jaw. It felt as if something wasn't right about it. "Damn, I think it's partially dislocated or something..." he put a hand on either side of his jaw and gave it a jerk, creating a sickening sound. Naruto began to open and close his jaw a few times to make sure things were back in the right place. "Geez, that's smarts."
Tsunade stood back up and smirked. "Seems you've done that a few times before."
"A few times, I guess. It kind of happens when you piss off a giant toad." Naruto began to dust himself off. His clothes at this point were beyond trying to clean, considering his previous flight through the trees had torn up his clothes. "Well, Baa-chan, how does it feel to be Hokage?"
Tsunade bopped him on the head. "Don't call me that, and I never..." Tsunade thought back to what she agreed to before they fought.
"Damn, what's with women getting violent so quickly...?" The feeling reminded him of when Sakura would hit him for either asking her out or doing something for attention.
"Wait, you little bastard, you tricked me!" Tsunade shouted.
Naruto smiled and replied. "To be honest, I wasn't sure that was going to work at the time. Personally, I was hoping to get the first hit." Out of the corner of his eye, Naruto saw Hinata, Jiraiya, and Shizune walk into sight, followed by three others he knew. "Hey, what are you guys doing here?"
"We were sent here to get you for your next mission," replied Sasuke.
"What?!" Naruto suddenly plopped down on the ground, faced away from them, and declared. "I refuse!"
Everyone sweat-dropped. Most of them hadn't seen Naruto act so childish in quite some time. And some had never seen him act this childish at all.
"What are you, four?!" Zabuza shouted, not amused in the slightest.
Sasuke wasn't amused either. 'And I consider him my friend...' the Uchiha thought. He couldn't believe he considered Naruto his friend (his best friend in fact), let alone the fact that he lost to him in the Chuunin exams.
Kakashi sighed. "Naruto, it's the Hokage's orders. We really have to get going."
"No!" Naruto didn't want to leave before returning back to the village to complete his mission. Moreover, he just didn't want to stop spending time with Hinata, seeing as she'd been in the hospital for so long. The blond turned and saw a very disappointed look on Hinata's face. He sighed before saying, "Fine, I'll go..." Naruto would have sat there all day and refused, but he just couldn't take the disappointed look from his girlfriend.
Sakura sipped her tea as she waited for lunch to arrive at Chouji's favorite BBQ restaurant. She was with her former classmates and a few others. "It's been a while since we've all been together for something normal like getting something to eat."
Shikamaru nodded. "Yeah, it has." Shikamaru noticed Ino wasn't here yet with her boyfriend. "Though Ino's late."
"Come on, Haku! We're late!" Ino almost yelled.
The noise came from the window they were seated next to. Everyone got up and looked out the window, to see Ino getting a piggy back ride from Haku.
"We would have been on time if you hadn't insisted on making those detours," the ice user pointed out.
Half of the group chuckled at Haku's comment.
"What? Can't a girl look at clothes?" Ino asked innocently.
"Of course. Just don't blame me when we're late," Haku replied, a smile on his face.
Everyone but Neji and Shikamaru was laughing at the couple.
"So, you two done?" Sakura asked the couple.
"Oh hey guys! We'll be right in!" Ino shouted.
"So, how are you two?" Sakura asked as soon as Ino and Haku had gotten situated. She hadn't gotten to talk with her friend since the invasion.
Ino was sitting next Haku holding onto to one of his arms. "We haven't had a lot of time since the chuunin exams, but Haku likes to leave ice flowers for me before he leaves for missions."
"Wish I had a boyfriend who'd do something like that..." Tenten mumbled rather loudly.
Neji looked as if he almost choked on his drink.
"I hear you're working with the ANBU black ops, Haku," Shikamaru stated after sipping some tea. He had heard his father talking about a new recruit to the ANBU the other night. The only reason he thought it was Haku because he had heard Zabuza mentioned.
"You know I can't really talk about it, but yes, I've expressed my desire to work within their ranks," the ice user replied. During his time on the run with Zabuza, Haku had mostly done work ANBU tend to do, so he fit right in when he joined.
"THE MEAT HAS ARRIVED!" Chouji shouted, more than ready to start eating.
The meat was quickly set out on the grills within the table to cook. Everyone was chatting and laughing about the past. Most of the funny stories involved Naruto and some kind of prank he was trying to pull.
As Neji ate, he kept thinking about his fight with Naruto. "Do any of you think Naruto wasn't really trying during the chuunin exams? I mean, when I was fighting him, it didn't seem like he was really giving it his all, even though he soundly beat me."
Shikamaru put down his drink. "It was the same during his fight with Sasuke. He gave a very convincing performance, but even during that fight, it seemed he was only matching Sasuke move for move, rather than trying to outdo him. Even after he beat Sasuke, he went on and beat Gaara as well. All in the same day. He trained with Jiraiya of the Sannin for three years. Who knows what he's truly capable of at this point."
Haku looked down at the sizzling meat. "What he showed during the exams was definitely not what he was capable of." Haku spoke from experience.
"Come on, guys! This is Naruto we're talking about! I think you're overestimating him just a little bit," Kiba said while chewing on some of the finished meat.
"As much as I'd like to agree with you Kiba," Shino began, "I really do think Naruto has left us behind in his abilities as a ninja. I've seen him train, and I get the feeling we haven't even seen half of what he can do. I think he's taking what Iruka used to say in class to heart."
"What was that again?" Chouji asked, food hanging from his mouth.
"Never show your opponent any more than you absolutely have to," replied Shikamaru.
Naruto dropped out of the trees to find several men dead. He quickly surveyed the bodies and found they had been stabbed to death. "Well, it doesn't look like Zabuza's sword made these."
Sasuke dropped out of the trees a short distance behind Naruto. "Seems there are more over here as well."
"I take it you saw a few back there?" Naruto asked as he stood up.
"Yeah, all stabbed the same way. The same person probably killed them all," Sasuke replied looking at the corpses strewn out on the ground in various ways.
"Well, well! More sacrifices for Jashin-sama!" a silver-haired man shouted, charging the duo.
Naruto and Sasuke looked at one another and simply nodded before making hand seals.
"Fire Release: Dragon Fire!"
"Wind Release: Gale Stream!"
The fire jutsu was amplified tenfold with the addition of the wind jutsu. The entire area in front of the newly minted chuunin was turned into a blast furnace.
"Did we get him?" Sasuke asked.
"Good question," Naruto replied, his hand on the hilt of his sword. The somewhat charred lunatic came shooting out of the flames, swinging his scythe wildly. "Apparently not!" yelled Naruto as he drew his sword, blocking the scythe.
"I'm going to kill you, and sacrifice your body to Jashin-sama!" the crazed man screamed, getting a little spit on Naruto's face.
"Chidori!" Sasuke shouted, moving in to kill their enemy.
The robe-wearing nut simply kicked Sasuke in the gut, sending him into the trees.
Naruto lifted up his foot and kicked his unnamed opponent square in the stomach so hard it sent the guy flying into the woods. "Don't spit when you're trying to make threats!" yelled Naruto, wiping off the spit from his face. "Well, at least what Itachi told me was true. You certainly are immortal, Hidan! That jutsu would have definitely killed anyone else."
Sasuke came shooting out of the woods. He grabbed Naruto by the collar of his shirt and began to shake him violently. "What the hell do you mean what Itachi told you?!"
Naruto grinned and look to the side. "Yeah, guess I shouldn't have said that..." Naruto looked over at the no longer unnamed Hidan who was coming out of the woods. "Can we talk about this later? I mean, now isn't the time and all," said Naruto with a grin.
"You little shit!" Hidan yelled, leaping high into the air.
Naruto and Sasuke evaded in opposite directions. Naruto leapt at Hidan, sword drawn as soon as he hit the ground. Hidan evaded the blond's sword and managed to cut Naruto's side with his scythe.
"Naruto, are you alright?" Sasuke asked, readying a kunai from his pouch.
"Yeah, just a scratch," the blond replied. Though the fact was it wasn't a scratch the wound was deep and had cut diagonally through the distal portion of his eighth and ninth ribs on his right side.
Hidan licked the blood from his scythe. He then turned black and a skeleton tattoo appeared all over his body. The crazed ninja proceeded to stab himself with a retractable pike and spread blood all over the ground in a pattern matching his necklace. He then turned black and a skeletal tattoo appeared all over his body.
"What the hell is he doing?" Naruto asked.
"You got me," replied Sasuke, just as confused as his ally.
They found out what Hidan was doing soon enough when he stabbed himself through the chest, causing Naruto to clutch his chest and fall to the ground.
"What... the... hell..." Naruto coughed out every word. He looked at his chest to see there was blood coming through his clothes.
"What happened?!" Sasuke shouted, running over to Naruto.
Naruto took a few strained breaths before he replied. "I don't know," he said, taking a breath before continuing. "I don't get it."
Hidan grabbed another pike and stabbed his gut with it. "The pain is exquisite, isn't it?"
Naruto was on his knees. In the past, he'd experienced pain, but nothing quite like this. With labored breaths he replied. "No you sick bastard." The blond sheathed his sword and stabbed it into the ground. "Got any ideas, Sasuke?"
"I think so. That circle seems to be important, seeing as he hasn't left it, so..." Sasuke was unable to finish his analogy of Hidan's ability as he was interrupted by Naruto.
"Well that's something. I'm going to try and get him out of the circle. When I do, you follow up with...well, with something." Naruto managed to get to his feet, although rather shakily.
Sasuke sighed. "And what makes you think you can even do this?"
"What? Do you want to get him out of the circle and have me follow up with something?"
"Fine...I'll do the follow up," Sasuke conceded.
'Yo, fox-face. Can you do something about the wounds? I don't think I can walk, let alone run at this point.'
"Well considering you haven't been using my powers lately, no. I can't do much about your wounds unless you draw on more of my power. However, I believe I can take away the pain you're feeling for a short time, but after that, you will more than likely pass out from the pain when it returns."
Naruto could feel most of the pain in his body disappear. He readied himself to charge Hidan. The blond took off from his position, kicking up dirt and rocks as he closed the distance between himself and Hidan.
"You think you can do anything in your condition?!" Hidan yelled, swiping at Naruto with his scythe.
Naruto ducked under the large bladed weapon, kicked off the ground, and tackled Hidan, taking him out of his circle. Before the two of them hit the ground, Sasuke appeared above them with Naruto's sword in hand. With a single swipe, he masterfully severed Hidan's head without harming the blond. Naruto and the newly decapitated Hidan hit the ground.
Naruto stood up and dusted himself off. "Well, glad that worked out."
"You little shits!" the head shouted. "I'll fucking bite your legs off!"
"That's enough, Hidan. You're out of time," came a gruff voice from the edge of the forest. The man had odd eyes and a mask over the lower part of his face. His head band had a scratch through it, showing he was a former shinobi of Taki. Black tendrils came out of the man and grabbed both Hidan's head and body and dragged them back. Within a matter of seconds, the two were gone.
Zabuza and Kakashi landed in the clearing, weapons drawn, only to find that they weren't needed. The two jounin shinobi noticed that Naruto was covered in what looked like blood, most likely his own.
Naruto smiled. "Hey guys, welcome to the..." the blond was unable to finish his statement as he suddenly passed out.
Kakashi appeared behind Naruto, catching him before he hit the ground. "I do hope you'll explain what exactly happened on the way home, Sasuke." Kakashi put Naruto on his back. "Alright, let's go. It seems there isn't anyone else alive." The trio took off into the trees, Naruto on Kakashi's back.
Tsunade's anatomy class
"Alright class listen up. Today we will be discussing the rib cage," announced the teacher. Tsunade Senju was the anatomy teacher at Konoha High. Her room was like a small auditorium.
Her student for today were all at the age of sixteen. They were all from rather prestigious families and oddly enough the boys and girls of the class were all paired off into couples.
"Oh, come on! Can't we do something fun for a change!?" complained Naruto.
"Naruto-kun, this is class. It isn't necessarily supposed to be fun," replied Hinata. The blue-haired young woman was the loud blond's girlfriend. The two were sitting very close to one another.
Before Naruto could say something in reply, a ruler came whizzing by Naruto's head and stuck in the wall.
"I swear to Kami, Naruto, if you don't behave today, I'll show everyone here what your ribcage looks like from the inside!" yelled the teacher and godmother of the blond.
"That's child abuse!" he shouted back.
Tsunade smirked. "To me, it stops being child abuse when the 'child' has had sex!" she rebutted. Tsunade was implying that those who've already had sex were considered adults in her eyes. Yes, Tsunade knew all about their sexual escapades, as she had to deal with his mother and father's years ago.
Hinata's face went cherry red and Naruto sat back down and opened his text book.
"Now, today we will only be discussing the ribs, tomorrow we will discuss the spine and sternum. The average human body has twelve pairs of ribs. Of course, there are times when someone has a thirteenth rib, a..." Tsunade stopped lecturing when she heard whispering in the background.
"Naruto-kun, stop it! We're in class..." came a whispered comment from Hinata.
"Oh come on, Hina-chan! You know I can't resist y..." Naruto was unable to finish what he was saying as he was beaned in the head with a chalk board, knocking him off of his chair.
Tsunade smiled and went back to her lesson. "Now as I was saying, the first through seventh ribs are known as true ribs, while the eighth through twelfth are know as false ribs. However, the eleventh and twelfth ribs are also known as floating ribs..." the class seemed to be endless as Tsunade talked about what the proximal and distal ends of a rib were until she noticed what Naruto was doing to Hinata.
Naruto was making out with Hinata in the back of the room. Naruto's hands were also doing quite a bit of work as well, working their way down Hinata's back. At this point the, entire class was just watching the two having a rather intense make out session.
'I swear to Kami, if I didn't know his parents, I'd kill him right here and now,' she thought. "Dammit, Naruto, what the hell is wrong with you?! Can't you keep your hands to yourself for..." Suddenly the bell rang. Tsunade's rage exploded as she ripped the chalk board off the wall again and ran through the room at Naruto.
Naruto freaked out, grabbed Hinata bridal-style, and made for the door.
Screams of rage could be heard throughout the school.
Alright I know it took way too long for this chapter to come out. The Omake at the end was a spur of the moment thing when my editor didn't know a few things about anatomy so I just wrote this. It's about 2 minutes worth of thought. Lol
Well I hope you enjoyed the chapter and take the short time that it does to leave a review on the chapter.