Don't Prank a Kitten
Summary: ….she might prank you back. You'll have to read it if you want to know.
A/N: I got a few of these pranks from stuff my friends and I have pulled on each other over the years, so hopefully I'm not the only one amused by this stuff.
Disclaimer: Me thinks no.
"Kitty? Get outta the bathroom, hon," Rouge said, knocking on the door. "Other people gotta use it to, yah know."
"Nooo," Kitty groaned. "I can't come out. I look terrible."
"Ya look fine. Now get out."
"No, I look like crap. This is a nightmare," Kitty whined. "How did this happen?"
"How did what happen?" Rouge demanded. She was about ready to break down the door.
"Rouge, what are you doing?" Jean asked. She'd been on her way to the bathroom, not expecting to see Rouge yelling angrily at the bathroom's current occupant.
Rouge crossed her arms over her chest. "Kitty's stealing the bathroom an' she won't tell meh what's holdin' her up."
Jean sighed. "Kitty, what's up?" she asked calmly. "Let's see what's so bad that you can't show us."
"Fine. Look," Kitty mumbled, opening in the door and stepping out into the hallway. She was dripping wet, with a towel around her shoulders. Her hair was a bright green, tangled mess. Rouge and Jean stared at her in disbelief.
"Hon, what happened?" Rouge asked after a minute. "I mean, your hair…"
"I don't know," Kitty whimpered. "I just washed my hair and when I rinsed it, there was all this green water running down the drain and I jumped out and…yeah. I saw this."
Rouge, amused but still shocked, shook her head, trying not to laugh. "Gawd. That's one helluvah bad predicament you're in. Wonder what everyone'll say at school."
"Oh no, what am I gonna do?" Kitty squeaked, looking bewildered. "I can't go out looking like this?"
"If I were you, I'd be wondering how green hair dye ended up in your shampoo," Jean pointed out coolly. "I mean, things like that don't just happen. Someone did this."
"Yeah," Rouge snorted. "An I bet ah know who."
"Who?" Jean and Kitty asked together.
"Kurt. That blue furred cretin was snoopin' around here about twenty minutes ago. He was in the bathroom, actually, an I didn't know why at the time, but I do now."
'Wait, wait, Kurt was snooping around in the girls' bathroom and you didn't think that was weird?" Kitty demanded.
"Well, ah did, but Kurt left as soon as he saw meh so ah didn't do anything. Ah bet he put that dye in your hair while he was in there," she concluded.
"Grrr, I'm going to hurt him," Kitty resolved, gritting her teeth. "He's gonna pay for this. Big time."
"Sounds like you got a plan," Rouge smirked.
"I do. Wanna help, girls?"
That evening, after the students had come home from school, Kitty decided to come down from her room. She'd managed to convince Hank to let her stay home from school, and since then, she'd been plotting her revenge on Kurt.
About an hour before dinner, she decided to show her face. Rouge had helped her do up her hair into a bun so that the green didn't show as much. It still looked ridiculous, of course, but it was better.
Kitty wanted to sneak a quick meal from the kitchen before the other students came out for dinner. She wandered into the kitchen, to see Kurt and Evan leaning against opposite counters.
"Whoa, Keety, look at you," Kurt chuckled when he spotted her.
"Girl, I don't know what fashion magazine told you green hair looked cool," Evan added with a snicker, "but they lied. Big time."
"Shut up, Porcupine," Kitty grumbled. She focused her eyes on Kurt, giving him a murderous glare that would have sent Jason and Freddie Kugar running to mama.
"You," she growled. "You are gonna suffer for this, you blue-furred flea bag."
Kurt threw up his hands in defense. "Hey, hey. Easy. Vhat did I do?"
"You put green dye in my shampoo. Don't deny it," she hissed back.
Kurt looked around, the guilt showing on his face. "You did do it!" Kitty cried.
He shrugged, took a step back. "Maybe," he said with a wide grin.
Kitty jutted her chin out like she did when she was angry. "Whatever. Just watch your back, fuzz ball, cause I will get you for this."
Kurt chuckled. "Oh," he challenged, raising an eyebrow. "Vell, good luck vith zat." And he disappeared in a puff of smoke.
Kitty turned to glare at Evan. "Dude, I didn't have anything to do with this," he promised. "I know better."
Kitty snorted. "I'm really gonna get him. I've got a plan."
Evan pushed away from the counter to leave the kitchen. "Well, I won't be around when that goes down," he said with laugh. "Green genes."
Yeah these are gonna be short chappies, but hopefully they're funny. Chapter two will be up shortly. Review if you have some prank ideas. I have a few, but I'm thinking of having this thing being a huge chain reaction.
-The Ember Raven