Ohhh my gooosh! I FORGOT ABOUT THIS STORY! I am sooo sorry! I didn't mean to! Please forgive me!
I feel like such a bitch!
Masamune fought to hold back a chuckle. Watching the interns squirm was just too funny. Nobody else could tell that he was amused. He had a scowl on his face and had just intimidated the crap out of the new guy, whatever his name was. This guy was an idiot. He had no business working in Takano Masamune's department. He had just ruined an entire storyboard by spilling coffee all over it. He wasn't even delivering it! He was so lucky that Ritsu kept a backup!
"You can go now, -san."
"T-thank you, Onodera-san!"
He scampered of as quickly as he could, not daring to look back. Ritsu turned to him, a stern look on his face.
"Must you always torment them?"
"Must they be stupid?"
"They're just trying to learn!"
"That guy was trying to ruin your storyboard! What if you hadn't had a copy of it? It's due today! That's the main part for the Valentine—"
"I know that! He didn't mean to! Sheesh, Takano-san. It was an accident. And I did have a copy of it."
"Onodera, this is how they learn."
"By being humiliated?"
"If that's what it takes."
Kisa watched the two, amused. This was unusual—not the fact that they were arguing. That happened all the time. The thing that was unusual was the fact that they had finished everything on time. That was almost unheard of. They'd only needed two extensions. Valentine's Day was tomorrow, and they would be able to enjoy a three-day vacation.
Kisa sighed as he checked his phone. Really? Five missed calls and two texts… Yukina….
"Good work everyone. You can go home now."
Instead of answering, the office filled with appreciative groans… and maybe a few snores. Just because they had finished on time didn't mean that it hadn't been hard work. Masamune knew that most everyone would sleep at least until noon tomorrow. He leaned back in his chair. Would Ritsu expect something? He always said Valentine's Day was for girls and not to make a big deal, but...
What should I do? Cake? Cake is good… Dinner and a movie? So cliché…
"Ahem," He glanced up, surprised to see Ritsu. "Ready?"
"Are you okay?"
"Fine. Just end of the cycle shit. C'mon, let's go."
Ritsu looks skeptical for a moment, but realized he's too tired to care. Masamune drove them today, so they were in no hurry. When they got in the car, RItsu leaned on the window, trying to will his headache away. He was fast asleep before they left the parking lot.
So… dinner… Should I cook it? What does he even like? I remember him saying something about liking American food—wait, he only liked the breakfast food. Fuck it. Breakfast for dinner. I'm so tired… fuck! Driving!... Gotta stay awake! Okay, so I have dinner down, but what about the movie? The theaters will be crowded, so that's a no go… I don't give a shit about what people think, but he'll never go for it. So… I can rent a movie. We both like action….
He continued to ponder his plans until he parked his car.
"Oi, Onodera! Wake up!"
"C'mon, idiot. You can't sleep in my car."
Masamune rolled his eyes. Ritsu sighed and undid his seatbelt. As they walked into the apartment complex, Ritsu was too tired to even fake caring that he was half leaning against Masamune. Masamune didn't mind, though it made it a bit harder to walk.
"We're at your apartment now."
"Yaaawwwwn…" Ritsu reached into his bag and grabbed the key, fumbling with the lock before Masamune just took it from him. He unlocked the door and nudged Ritsu inside. Ritsu stumbled over to the couch and laid there for second, making half-hearted attempts to take off his shoes and jacket.
"You shouldn't sleep on the couch, you know. Even if it is better than the floor."
"We won't… Just… getting ready for bed…" Masamune hid a small smile at the way Ritsu said 'we.' But then he frowned. He couldn't stay here. He had to plan for tomorrow night. He realized that Ritsu had gotten his shoes and jacket off. Ritsu stood up, swaying slightly. He tilted his head at Masamune when the older male didn't follow when he took a few steps.
"I…" Crap, what should he say? He didn't want to ruin the surprise… "I don't want to." What? I didn't… Please tell me I didn't say that out loud!
Fuck. Ritsu furrowed his brow and a hurt look crept over his features, but he quickly disguised it. Before Masamune could take it back, he nodded.
And with that, Ritsu was gone. Masamune mentally kicked himself. He really hadn't meant to say that. He did want to, but he didn't want to ruin his plans. His legs suddenly felt as if they were filled with lead as he trudged back to his apartment. He barely made it to his own bedroom without passing out. He didn't bother to change.
"I don't want to."
That was like a slap to the face. Ritsu knew that Masamune probably had other things to do, and that was okay. But the way he said it… It made Ritsu feel as if he just wasn't… convenient.
Stop thinking like this. It's pathetic!
But… Most of the time he jumps at the chance… But usually we end up having sex…
You're both too tired.
Too tired for sex. That was my point.
His mind couldn't come up with a retort to that. He sighed and shook his head tiredly. He just needed sleep. Masamune was fine. He was fine. Their relationship was fine.
Kyaa! Okay, so I am doing being a bitch. The second part to Valentine's Day will be out soon!
I had to register for school today.. blehhh
Next chapter: Will Masamune be able to fix this?
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