A/N Lori: Hello world! Sorry we're still really inactive. Like our profile says, high school really does suck. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.

On another note, thank you all so much for being so supportive and awesome. We love you. Really. We do.

Thanks to our reviewers: Krizty (Thanks for reviewing twice!), nomangaoranimeequalsdead (Thanks! It's great to hear we aren't too bad at this), A person loves this story (We'll try to make the next chapter longer. The prompt table we used is supposed to be for drabbles though. Abekawa/Uru is next!), j0h4nn4 (Thanks for reviewing again.), silentmusician202 (Yes, another story. We hope to finish this one.), weezerz2490 (Thanks for reviewing both chapters. We'll try to update quickly.), A girl that loves satsuki (Your comments make us feel warm inside. We should have another chapter out by the end of the month), Ledilettant (Did I spell that right? And thank you for saying that this was nice. It makes us really happy), and lastly, Glorious Prank (Gahh. Did you hear that they won't host newer chapters of SKS on manga sharing websites now? I AM SO MAD! Grr. But thanks for reviewing. There definitely are signs of them ending up together :D:D)

Prompt: Sushi

Written by: Lori

Disclaimer: We wish we owned SKS. Unfortunately, we do not.

Shindou was sitting in his apartment, reading the newspaper and eating his dinner when he heard a little knock on his door. He listened, not sure if he really heard it. There was another little knock. Uru stood behind the door, looking happy-go-lucky as usual when he opened it.

"Uru. Is something wrong?"

"Ah, Shindou-san! I need your help with something! Can you please come over? It's important…"

Shindou nodded. "Let's go," he said, following Uru next door to her apartment. He wondered what could be important enough that he needed to go over to fix. Did her water pipe sprout a leak? Clogged toilet? No…Uru could fix those things by herself. Unless her superhuman strength somehow made things worse. Shindou's mind began to consider outrageous possibilities as he seriously believed Uru could have caused serious damage to something. But she hadn't seemed too shaken…

Uru was just unpredictable. He would just leave it at that.

"Okay, Shindou-san. Ichirou-kun and I are making dinner together – "


Ichirou looked over lazily. A slow smile spread across his face, and he nodded off before saying anything.

They stared at him. Uru opened his mouth and tossed a cookie in there before continuing.

"…Anyways, Ichirou-kun and I needed help with making dinner. We both really want to make sushi, but I don't know how to and Ichirou keeps falling asleep in the rice! Can you help us?" Uru smiled sheepishly.

Now, Shindou stared at Uru. This was important enough to interrupt his own dinner?

He sighed and rolled his sleeves up. "Let's get to work."

Uru grinned. "Hooray! Shindou-san, let's work hard and have a good dinner to eat together!"

"Yeah, just get busy. Go prepare the ingredients."

When he turned around to wash his hands, he glanced over his shoulder at Uru, busily gathering the ingredients.

He turned back to the sink and smiled.

Hey! It's Roro! Thanks again for sticking with us. We're juniors this year, and everyone knows what that means. Yup, you guessed it; ACT and SAT testing. How fun (not). I'm taking the ACT later this month, and I can already say I am soo screwed. I don't think I'll be able to live through this year -.-U.