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Soul Eater FanFic - Going OutGoing Out
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Soul fanned himself with a measly piece of paper whilst waiting for Maka to finish getting ready. It was summer, the season that irritated Soul due to the fact that it was hot, and also, if he so much as glanced at another girl that was wearing a crop top and a flashy short skirt, then Maka would kill him.
"Why do girls have to take so damn long?" He groaned, "MAKA! YOU DONE YET?!"
"DON'T RUSH ME! I STRUGGLE UNDER PRESSURE!" Maka yelped in reply.
Soul let out a frustrated sigh before getting up and walking to the window. He put his hands in his jean pockets and looked out across Death City and the pure gloominess of it all. Despite the fact that it was summer, it was still incredibly dark out there. One tall, dark building overshadowed another, which overshadowed a building smaller than itself, which overshadowed a building that was even smaller than that one.
"The designers did not consider this consequence. Sure, we can ensure a high population, but a low amount of sunlight
Soul x Maka - FanFic - PockyPocky
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All was quiet within the small apartment. The only sound interrupting the silence was the content purring of Blair as she dreamt sweet dreams in the midst of her slumber. Soul was asleep on this glorious afternoon as well. It was a peaceful scene. That is, until the front door banged open.
"I can't STAND that repulsive man!" Roared Maka.
Her blonde hair streaked behind her, as if it was trying to keep up with her angry strides. Maka violently slammed the door, almost knocking it off of its hinges. Blair stirred in her sleep.
"Maka, is that you?" She yawned, getting up and stretching her feline body.
"Yeah. I'm home, Blair." Sighed Maka, a hint of agitation in her breath.
"Did your day out with your papa go well?"
Maka pulled the same face that you would pull after meeting Excalibur.
not so well then?" Chuckled Blair, awkwardly.
"He spent the whole day being a womaniser." Groaned Maka, "Trying to draw in new prey by pretending that he was a lonely, single parent that was