"Misaki, Misaki." Misaki woke to Usagi kissing him.
"Bwaa! You can't just wake people like that!" Misaki protested, pushing the silver haired man back.
"I couldn't help it, you looked so cute. Do you know what day it is?"
Misaki rubbed wearily at his eyes. "Tuesd – Ah! Valentines Day!"
"Well, good thing one of us remembered," Usagi grinned. "Get up, I made breakfast."
"Give me some credit, even I can cook something. Now up." Usagi more or less threw the boy over his shoulder.
"Wait, I have to be sure you didn't set the house on fire!" Misaki cried in vain.
Usagi deposited him on the couch.
"See, no smoke. It's fine," he proved, setting a bowl of instant miso soup before Misaki.
Despite it only being instant, guilt immediately crawled into Misaki's heart. He'd completely blanked on Valentine's day, therefore hadn't prepared anything for Usagi.
He quite suddenly felt himself being pushed down on the couch. Usagi's cold hands wandered over his skin.
"You're worried that you didn't get me anything. Don't, just having you is enough for me," Usagi whispered.
"Who the hell comes at eight in the morning on Valentine's day," Usagi grumbled, going to the door along with Misaki.
"I have a delivery for a Takahashi Misaki?"
"Uh, are you sure it isn't Usami Akihiko?"
"Yes, the sender is Usami Haruhiko."
Misaki took the heart shaped box the postman held.
"I thought this might happen," grumbled Usagi after the door closed. "So I bought you a whole basket!"
After running down the hall, Usagi returned with a wrapped basket of all sorts of chocolates and treats.
"His was cheaply bought. This has to beat his." Usagi declared proudly.
"How many times have I told you not to buy me expensive stuff."
Misaki got the door, where stood the postman again.
"Sorry, I left this one in the car before, for you from the same sender." He handed Misaki a basket quite similar to Usagi's only more colorful.
Misaki turned from the closed door to a very aggravated Usagi.
"So he thinks he can win you over does he. I believe this is a declaration of war," Usagi stated.
And so began the Valentine War.