A/N: Here's a DBZ high school story. I saw some on here and now I'm trying my own hand at this, so let me know what you guys think of it.
Disclaimer: I don't own DBZ or any of the characters, Akira Toriyama does.
"So, Chi-Chi, are you enjoying your first day so far?" Bulma asked.
Chi-Chi was a new student that had just transferred to West City High School. Their teacher had asked Bulma to show Chi-Chi around.
Bulma thought Chi-Chi was actually quite pretty. She had big, obsidian eyes, fair skin, and long, silky black hair that was pulled back into a low ponytail, save for her bangs and a few wisps that lay on her shoulders.
"Are you enjoying yourself so far, Chi-Chi?" Bulma asked again.
Chi-Chi smiled and nodded.
"Yes, Bulma, I am", she said. "Thank you for showing me around, it was really sweet of you."
"Hi, Bulma," a girl's voice called out.
Chi-Chi and Bulma both turned to see a girl with chin-length platinum blonde hair, ice blue eyes, and pale skin walk toward them and sit down next to Bulma. She wore a pair of blue skinny jeans, black sneakers, and a black and white striped T-shirt. Black fingerless gloves, a gold bracelet, a pair of golden hoop earrings, and a gold chain around her neck completed the look.
"Hi, 18", Bulma greeted the newcomer.
"18?" Chi-Chi looked confused. "That's your name?"
"Everyone calls me 18," the fair-haired girl said nonchalantly.
"Why does everybody call you 18?" Chi-Chi inquired.
"She doesn't like her real name", Bulma explained.
"What's your real name?" Chi-Chi questioned.
A sour look crossed 18's face.
"Bulma, you tell her, I can't speak that word", she growled.
"Well her name's-", Bulma started.
"Don't say it, write it down", 18 interrupted, handing Bulma a pen and a piece of paper.
Chi-Chi looked confused as Bulma put down the pen and handed her the paper. A single word was written on the paper: Penelope.
"What's wrong with that name?" she asked 18. "I think Pen-",
"Say it and I'll smack you", 18 snapped.
"That name is kinda cute", Chi-Chi answered quickly.
"I don't do cute", 18 growled.
"Anyway", Bulma said, hastily changing the subject. "Chi-Chi, have you seen any guys here you think are cute?"
Chi-Chi thought for a moment.
"Well, there was this one guy", she said, blushing slightly. "He's in my History class...Hey! There he is now with his friends!"
Bulma and 18 turned to see three black-haired guys come into the cafeteria. The first one had hair that stood upward like a spiky flame. The second had a long, spiky ponytail that ended just past his knees, and the third had unkempt hair that was in an array of short, messy spikes that stuck out on both sides of his head. All three also had what looked like furry belts wrapped around their waists.
"That's him, right there!" Chi-Chi squealed, pointing at the trio.
18's eyes widened.
"Uh, Chi-Chi", Bulma said nervously. "What was the guy's name?"
"The teacher said it was Son Goku or something like that", Chi-Chi answered. "Why?"
18 and Bulma both sighed in relief.
"Because", 18 answered. "That guy with his hair sticking up, that's Vegeta".
"He has a girlfriend with a fierce temper", Bulma added. "A VERY fierce temper."
"Really?" Chi-Chi asked.
"Yeah, the two have only been together for two years, but you'd think they've been together a lot longer", Bulma explained to her. "The girl acts like they're married."
"Trust me, you do NOT wanna get between them", 18 said, shaking her head.
"Is that her?" Chi-Chi asked suddenly, pointing behind Bulma and 18.
The two turned to see a girl with waist-length auburn hair that was pulled into a ponytail similar to Chi-Chi's. She was dressed in a pair of close-fitting dark gray jeans, a tight black t-shirt, and a pair of knee-high black boots.
"That's her," 18 said. "Her name's Keiko."
"And she doesn't look too happy", Bulma remarked.
"No, no she doesn't", 18 agreed.
The girl slammed her books down as she took the seat next to 18.
"You'll never guess what their Highnesses decided this time!" she yelled.
"What?" Bulma asked, her crystal blue eyes filled with concern.
"Ballet lessons! My stuck-up, judgemental, air-headed parents are making me take ballet lessons!" Keiko answered.
18 wrinkled her nose.
"I hate ballet", she said.
"You and me both", Keiko replied.
"I know what's gonna cheer you up, Keiko", Bulma said, gesturing to the three black-haired boys who were coming toward the girls' table.
Keiko's anger faded when she saw the boy with the flame-like hairstyle sit down beside her.
"Hi, Vegeta," she said, laying her head on his shoulder.
"Hey!" a familiar voice called to Chi-Chi.
Chi-Chi turned to see the boy from her History class, the boy with the short black hair sticking out in every direction.
Chi-Chi felt her face beginning to turn red.
"Hi," she said shyly.
"You're the new girl in my History class," the boy said. "Chi-Chi, right?"
Chi-Chi smiled and nodded.
"And you're Goku," he said.
The boy grinned and nodded.
"Yep, that's me," he chuckled.
"Looks like little Kakarot's got himself a girlfriend, huh?" the boy with the ponytail teased, messing up Goku's hair.
Goku punched him.
"Shut up, Raditz", he said, blushing slightly. "We just met".
"And you're all ready hitting on her? What is wrong with you?" the one called Raditz asked, pretending to be mad. "That's my method, back off".
"Will you two just shut up?" Vegeta groaned, rolling his eyes.
Keiko snickered as she snuggled closer to Vegeta.
"All right, introductions", Bulma said. "Chi-Chi, you've met Goku, this is his brother, Raditz".
"You guys don't look like twins", Chi-Chi said, looking from Goku to Raditz and back again.
"Raditz here is two years older than the rest of us", Vegeta explained.
"Then, why's he still in-?" Chi-Chi started.
"He got left back", Vegeta answered her. "Twice".
"So, I failed two lousy courses, big whoop. I definately passed lunch", Raditz said.
"Raditz, you're jokes suck", Vegeta snapped.
"And lunch doesn't count as a course", Keiko added.
"Oh, female foreign exchange student. Bye!" Raditz exclaimed, eyeing a girl and jumping out of his seat.
"She's Maron's sister, she's not foreign", 18 said.
"She's foreign to me and I hope we exchange numbers", Raditz replied and hurried off.
"If only he focused on schoolwork as much as he does schoolgirls", sighed Bulma.
"He's hopeless", Goku groaned.
"That makes two of you", Vegeta teased.
"That wasn't very nice, Vegeta", Goku said.
"Who said I was nice?" Vegeta shrugged.
Five minutes later, Raditz came bouncing back to the table with a piece of paper. Right as he was sitting down, Goku bumped into him.
"Hey! Watch it, I can't lose this, it's way too important", Raditz snapped.
"What's that, your locker combination?" Chi-Chi asked.
"Hell no, it's that girl's number", Raditz grinned.
"Raditz, you're terrible", 18 snorted
"Don't hate the player, hate the game", Raditz replied coolly.
18 reached over and smacked him.
"Hey!" he yelled, keeping a close hold on the precious phone number.
"Ooh, Saturday night's date I hope", Raditz smiled.
"Didn't you just get Maron's sister, Alison's phone number?" Bulma demanded.
"She's Friday night's date", Raditz explained. "I'm talking SATURDAY night".
And with that, the long-haired boy hurried off.
Bulma just stood there open-mouthed, unable to think of something to say back, for once.
Suddenly, the bell rang.
"Me and Keiko got martial arts practice", Vegeta said.
"That reminds me, I have to tell you their Highnesses newest idea", Keiko said as the two walked away.
"Me and Raditz gotta go too", Goku said to Chi-Chi, picking up his backpack. "I guess we'll see each other later".
"Okay", Chi-Chi said, smiling and waving goodbye to Goku.
"Come on, Chi-Chi", Bulma said as she and 18 got out of their seats too. "We gotta get to Ms. Karoka's class."
"It doesn't matter if you're new or not," 18 added. "She'll freak if you're late."
As Chi-Chi walked with her two new friends, she thought this new school may not be so bad after all. With the exceptions of Keiko and Vegeta, everybody else was actually pretty nice.
So, what do you guys think, should I continue with this? Don't worry, I'll still keep doing the other stories. But let me know if I should keep this one up.