Title: Cards Against Heroes
Chapter: 2
Fandom: Tiger & Bunny
Pairings: Karina/Kotetsu
Wordcount: 435
Rating: G
Warnings: None
Disclaimer: I don't own anything from Tiger and Bunny. Tiger and Bunny belong to Sunrise and their respective creators.
Summary: In which the heroes have discovered the game 'Cards Against Humanity'.

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'Your love life.'

Karina instantly regretted playing that card. She tried to see if there was any way she could take it back, unfortunately there wasn't. She sat there in silence waiting for one of the cards to be picked. She glanced at the black card on the screen.

'What is something that I should be sad about?' is what it read and to make matters worse was that Kotetsu was the card czar that round.

Karina shook her head and tried to reason with herself. It wasn't that big of a deal. Surely it wasn't that bad, right? Certainly it wasn't as bad as Keith's card, which was 'Dead parents' (which was oddly one of his more tame card picks during this game).

It was then that she got a text from Nathan. 'Have you been trying to send secret messages to Tiger during this game?'

Karina blinked when she read the text, she could feel her cheeks warm up as she blushed. She then texted him back. 'No of course not, why would you think that?'

'It was just a theme I noticed out of your card picks.' Nathan texted back with a little wink emoticon.

Karina blushed even deeper, feeling incredibly embarrassed. 'It was just the card I was given! Besides it's not like he would notice that kind of thing anyway, right?'

'Probably, then again you never really know. It looks like you won this round.'

Karina checked the game and indeed it was just as Nathan said.

"Oh come on you idiot! Why did you pick my stupid card!?" she yelled at the screen of her phone, startling people that were passing by.

Karina looked around, noticing the looks that she was getting. She then hurried off to try to escape further embarrassment. Maybe it wasn't so bad. Maybe if Kotetsu really did notice then he might start taking her more seriously. Or on the other hand it could scare him and put even more distance between them.

Karina gave a sigh, she needed to stop stressing herself out. She would figure out how to cross that bridge if it came to it. She wasn't the sixteen year old that was crushing on an older guy. No, of course not, she was now an eighteen year old woman in love with an older man. It was completely different.

Karina almost laughed at her own mental sarcasm, at least she was smiling now. In the meantime she would play it cool, like her hero alter ego. She'd try to not think about that stupid card and that stupid Tiger.

-The End-