SoulxMaka: Apartment 76- Apartment 76 -SoulxMaka: Apartment 763 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Maka, we're out of milk."
I lowered my book to see Soul holding the empty carton of milk and shaking it, although nothing came out.
"Yeah, I think so," I added sarcastically.
He grimaced and threw the carton into the bin.
"So, I guess I'll go out to buy more milk then," he decided and left the apartment, leaving the door open.
I sighed and threw my book onto the table in frustration.
You oblivious idiot.
Can't you see that I like you?
Ever since the start, since we were classmates, since we became roommates.
I've always liked you.
"I guess I'll need a roommate if I wanna be able to pay for college and everything," Soul mumbled to himself as he traced a finger down the billboard.
I stared at him quietly as I observed his movements and thought about what he just said.
"I could be your roommate," I suddenly suggested, causing him to turn around and look at me in surprise.
'I could' didn't mean that I 'had to' be his roommate; after all, da
SoMa Fanfic - Your Memory - Ch 1 - Cancelled -SoMa Fanfic - Your Memory - Ch 1 - Cancelled -3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Wasssup? Wasssup? Waaasssszzzzup?" Lord Death asked as both meister and weapon entered the Death Room.
"Reporting in for duty," Maka stated happily with a smile, giving a small salute as she did. Her partner stood beside her, slouching as usual.
"So why'd you call us in?" Soul asked, staring lazily into the mirror that stood before them.
"I've got a special mission for you two. It's a tough one and I thought you two would be especially perfect for the job," he said, his voice light, chipper, and funny as always.
The partners listened attentively for their job description. He explained the mission thoroughly; another hunt for a kishin egg who was killing off innocent people and happily sent the two on their way.
"That's weird. Why would he call us in for just another regular mission? Wasn't anything special to me," Soul complained in his deep voice as he and Maka walked down the halls of the DWMA, towards the entrance.
"Well, I don't know I think maybe he just w