'Til You Drive Us Crazy 1'Til You Drive Us Crazy 1 in Scraps More Like This
It was probably the most obvious thing ever.
Okay, maybe it was the second most obvious thing ever. Purple's dim-witness, according to Green, was by far the most obvious thing in the entire known Universe, transcending all time and space respectively. The rather straight bluntness of that brother even existed to this day, though he seemed to be getting the memo that when one "grows up", being a complete nitwit should change to a half-wit status. But then again, considering more recent family history, the fact that White and Gray were becoming notorious for bringing dead things in the house when they shouldn't, should really be another obvious thing, and Orange's bad habit of sticking a fork into a so-
Okay, stop. Stop right there. That train of thought was getting off topic. No, he was focusing on something very important right then, this wasn't the time to be checking off numbers!
He took a deep breath to refocus, his thoughts reconvening into order. Back to the essentia
The Colorful Dragon King's SonThe Colorful Dragon King's Son in Scraps More Like This
Green balked, horrified by the little boy that stood in front of him.
"Didn't I just send you to bed!?!?!"
Little Orange stood defiantly, only as tall as his tiny body would allow. That wasn't much, considering the boy was a mouse among giraffes in the family. Still, someone had to give him credit for sneaking out of bed and standing before the emerald teen, a tight frown plastered on his peach face.
"No bed!" he yipped, little balled hands resting firmly on his bony hips. "No bed! No bed! Not tired!" Stomping his little foot on the ground, he snapped again, "Not tired!" Green only slapped a hand to his head in disbelief as a reply.
He knew it was a bad idea to be taking care of Orange. A bad, no way in hell of a good idea. Granted, this wasn't the first time; Black usually turned to Green for help when taking care of their "ward" while he ran an errand or two, leaving Green to watch over a hyperactive boy for some time. But this, this was far beyond what he expected. For the fi