"So, our world will be waiting for us when we get back?" Naruto asked Shikamaru.

"As I've told you five times before Hokage-sama, our world will still be there." Naruto's ANBU chief replied before muttering a quiet "Troublesome."

"Really?" the Rokudaime Hokage Uzumaki Naruto asked.

"For the last time, yes." the rest of the group that surrounded Naruto and Shikamaru replied.

"Great!" Naruto said before he shucked off his ragged white tee-shirt with spiral on the front, his little brown shorts, and the day-of-the-week panties his caretaker had bought him. "I've always wanted to go streaking."

"Let me get this straight, we're in the past, and the first thing you want to do is go streaking?!" Konoha's Head Medic Haruno Sakura asked, yelling towards the end.

"It's not like it's our past." the pint-sized Rokudaime Hokage said as he turned and ran down the street.

Everyone stared at the naked six year-old who'd been in his late-twenties only an hour before in open-mouthed shock as he ran down the street. As they watched, one of the Uchiha police dropped off of a roof and gave chase.

"Take a flying fuck at a rolling doughnut copper!" Naruto yelled after the pursuing officer as he disappeared around the corner.

The huddled group of small children whose ages ranged from six to nearly eight turned to look at each other as one. As one, they all turned to the more sensible of Naruto's advisors in the immediate vicinity. Up until Sasuke had proven himself to be an asset to the village, everyone had been wary of the fact that Naruto had chosen to name him as an advisor the minute he'd been named Hokage.

"Don't look at me!" Sasuke said. "I'm going to get drunk."

"W-Well, Naruto-sama might be right." Hinata finally said as the group watched Sasuke depart muttering about where he remembered his father's stash being. "It's not our past, so what happens won't have an effect on anything really. When we go home, everything will be the way it was when we left, and everyone who died will be dead."

"Troublesome." Shikamaru muttered as he turned and walked off.

That was apparently the signal as the rest of the group slowly parted and started going their own way to do their own thing, whatever it may be.