A/N: Sorry it took so long for an update. I have a block when it comes to these 2. So if you find this fic somewhat short and random, please don't be mad… I tried and therefore you shouldn't criticize me, right? Eheheh. Well, it's supposed to be something I contribute for Oga's birthday. In my timezone, it's actually past his birthday, but then again it's better late than never right? Oh I hope they would not be OOC in this one… Also, it has been a while since I wrote, so please don't burn me if it sort of sucks… Alright! Here I go!
"Hey, Hilda, what do you have prepared for Tatsumi's birthday tomorrow?" Oga Misaki asked the blonde bombshell who sat in the living room watching her soap opera.
"Is it a custom to prepare something for someone's birthday? In Makai, we actually feed the person to a 5 headed white dragon and let them fend for their lives to help them get stronger. If they survive, they get blessed by the dragon and get to live another year in prosperity." Hilda responded with her usual stoic expression.
"Wow, I guess there really is a huge cultural difference between Macao and Japan huh?" Misaki replied, deadpanned as she was unable to tell if the blonde was making a joke or not. She couldn't even understand half of what Hilda just said.
"But since I am here, maybe I should try out your culture for a change." Hilda pondered and both females sat there in with only the sound of the soap opera in the background.
"You have no idea what to do, right?" The older female asked. The blonde shook her head and they both ended up in silence again.
"Well, I don't know much about couples, but as far as I know they would spend time together and they would do something special together and go somewhere special together. Make him happy, you know? I guess you should cook his favorite dish for him too. And you should give him something special as well, something only you could do for him…" Misaki hinted.
"Your brother does love food. But what do you mean by 'something only I could do for him'?"
"Oh, Hilda! Don't act so innocent…" Misaki laughed and left the blonde alone, more confused than ever.
"Something only I could do for him? I don't get it…" She thought. She brushed off the question as she heard the voice of her most favorite person in the world.
"I'm home." Tatsumi called out.
"Young master, you're home!" She immediately got off her seat to greet the naked baby with a huge smile on her face.
"Aih!" The baby responded with enthusiasm as he saw his pseudo-mother and leaped into her arms.
"Are you hungry?" She asked.
"Yes, I am." Tatsumi responded.
"I wasn't asking you." She glared. "But when are you not hungry anyway? You eat like the uncultured swine you are." She continued as she walked into the kitchen with the naked baby in her arms.
"Oh, gee, thanks a lot. It's just what I wanted when I come home: verbal abuse from you and an empty stomach." He responded in a snarky manner before going off to his room and slamming the door shut.
"How rude of him, isn't that right, young master?" She asked the green haired baby who was now happily drinking milk from a bottle as they walked back into the living room. She had decided to change the topic and converse with the baby.
"Young master, did you know that here in the human world, they have a list of things to do for someone's birthday?" Baby Beel looked at her with a puzzled expression as a response.
"Misaki said that I need to spend time together with them; do something special together and go somewhere special together. Then, I should cook their favorite dish for them. And I should give them something special that only I could do for them. Oh, and make him happy. I guess that's why they say 'Happy Birthday'…"
She doesn't know if what she said has fallen on deaf ears because the baby was starting to doze off in her arms. The list of things to do was still bothering her, especially the part about making Tatsumi happy. She has never tried to make him happy before. Why should she make him happy? He should be the one who makes her happy, she thought.
Her mind started replaying a particular scene of the time she had amnesia. He had thrown away the potion which could make her recover her memories all for the sake of her being happy even though it drove him up the wall. She sighed as she set down the currently sleeping baby on the sofa. She grabbed the nearest blank piece of paper and started writing.
List of things to do for someone's birthday:
a. Spend time with them
b. Go somewhere special with them
c. Cook their favorite dish
d. Give them something special which only I can
e. Make them happy
f. Kiss young master goodnight at 12am.
She then folded the piece of paper and placed it in her pocket. She had to convey the message to her other personality seeing as even though she shares the same memory, it doesn't work the other way around. She stared at the sleeping baby and closed her eyes as she leaned in a kissed him.
"So, have you thought of what I said just now?" Misaki entered the living room with a popsicle in hand as she sat down next to Hilda.
"Huh?" Hilda replied. She had her index finger on her lips as if trying to make sense of what just happened.
"You know, for Tatsumi's birthday tomorrow."
"It's his birthday tomorrow?" Hilda looked surprised at the news.
"Uh, are you alright?" Misaki looked at her with a raised eyebrow.
"Oh yes, I'm fine." Hilda smiled as she carried a sleeping Baby Beel in her arms into her room and laid him down on her futon before checking her pockets and finding the note. After reading the note, things started making sense to her.
"I shall make tomorrow the best birthday for Tatsumi!" She said to herself in determination.
End of Part 1
A/N: Ahaha, sorry for being mean and ending it here but its 2.50am here now and I am running on fumes… So I would have to continue this soon. But for now, tell me what you think! I'll be waiting for your reviews!