Author's Note: This was requested by an anonymous user on Tumblr... they wanted me to write a small oldrival fic, so I did. It didn't turn out nearly as bad as I thought it would, so I decided to post it here. This was my first attempt at a Green/Blue fic, no matter what its length, so it isn't my best overall. Ah, well. Enjoy anyway if you can.
"Green, I'm bored."
With a sigh, the Viridian gym leader looked up from the book he had been reading, his expression one of clear irritation. Sometimes, that girl really could be quite the bother. Of course, the girl that had spoken to him was his fellow Pokedex holder, Blue—the one he'd grown closest to over the years.
The two started out as friends, despite how obnoxious he found her. His calm demeanor could really only be broken by Blue's ways, and for that, he thought her to be unique. He thought her to be different from the others in her own strange way.
And eventually, his feelings for her grew to something more than friendship, and when he grew courageous enough to admit it to her (and to himself), she eagerly accepted him.
Presently they were both inside Green's home in Pallet Town, trapped in the building by a sudden rainstorm that had surprised both of them. Blue especially was disheartened by the spontaneous change in weather, as it had only contributed to her constant boredom—which she was now vocalizing aloud to Green as he sat in one of the chairs in his living room.
"What do you want me to do about it?" He finally responded, watching Blue's movements as she traversed around the room, treading lightly across the carpet. She paused at the window, peering out of it at the pouring rain. He took note that she had begun to pout as her curious eyes watched the raindrops hit the glass and slide slowly down.
She turned to him with a sly smile. "We could go outside," she suggested, "and dance in the rain."
Exasperatedly he regarded her, shaking his head. "I don't know how you plan on getting me to do such a thing," he stated as he set his book on the small table beside him. Inwardly he knew that Blue would find some way to convince him, but he did not want to admit it.
"Oh, Green, you know I have my ways," Blue laughed, walking over to him with a smirk upon her lips which slightly startled Green. "C'mon, please? Make me happy?"
Green couldn't help but roll his eyes at her attempt to guilt him. She should know that even her best set of puppy eyes would not work on him, but even so, as she drew nearer she gave it a go. Blue cupped his cheek in her hand.
"Well, all right, if that won't work, maybe this will."
"What are you-"
Green's question was interrupted as Blue's lips met his for the briefest of moments. As she pulled away from him, he breathed out a soft sigh, the smallest of smiles on his face. "Pesky woman," he mumbled softly. "Fine, fine."
And with a light-hearted giggle, she proceeded to pull him forcibly from his chair and out into the shower of rain outside.