Rin, on the other hand, was equally pissed, for he saw the situation differently. You got him in trouble! If he was going to be scolded, he could get there all on his own, thank you. You were so nosey! That (Name) (Last) was a know it all.
Yukio looked over his classroom with a weighted sigh. Those two had to be separated. Again. It was usually for a multitude of reasons. Rin copied (Name)'s test answers, (Name) would purposefully prove him wrong in conversation, and they both couldn't resist digging into each other (even for the smallest of faults). The young teacher was at his wits end. Even with Rin seated with Shiemi on the west end of the room, and (Name) paired with Izumo on the east,
You stared at the ceiling, thinking about what to do. You came to their dorm to play a prank on the brothers, but they weren't even there.
That was hours ago.
It was almost five and they still weren't home. You scrambled up from Yukio's bed and hopped over to his closet. You opened it like a nosy kindergarten student and peered inside. All he had was clothes and books. You picked one up and read the title.
"'Physics: The Theory of the famous Einstein'." You read. You whistled and threw in back into the closet, shutting it closed.
"Yukio, you sure do read complex stuff." You chuckled, remembering the counting book you still owned when you were four.
You plopped down on his desk and looked over his notes and smiled. He really is smart...
His work from the actual school was different than yours. Was he taking a harder class? That would explain why you didn't ha
But then she happened. It all started on the day she arrived.
So little things happened, yet he was left with many questions. He hated the uncertainty.
"A-ah, excuse me...?" A timid voice called. Yukio felt the lightest touch of a poke on his shoulder. He turned.
"Hello. Are you lost?" He asked, noticing her flustered state and quite obvious confusion.
She nodded. She handed him her schedule. He hummed.
"You are in my class. Lucky you." He smiled. She nodded. She quickly followed him.
Yukio felt weird after that.
"I'm name is (y/n) (l/n)! I am from (country)!" She said, slightly louder than she needed. Her face flushe
Why did I fall for her anyway? There were many girls who fell head over heels for me the second they saw me. But (y/n)? I fell for her first...
I glanced at my snoring brother and crept to my desk, sitting down quietly. I took out a piece of paper and a pen and began to write.
"The reasons I love her is because..." I murmured as I wrote the words on the page. I sighed and began to write.
Number one. The way you are active makes me feel confident that you're always able to run and stay safe.
Whenever you feel overrunned by demons, I'm glad to know that you will run as fast as you can. You told me the reason you ran faster than everyone else was to make sure you could get home to me. That made me feel better.
I paused fo
She seemed nice. Very pretty and a nice chest. Not that he'll every say. He stared for a moment, but looked away. He hid a small blush.
She was quiet, but he could tell she was the type to start talking non-stop when she got comfortable. He liked that. He hoped they would be friends soon.
"This is your main classroom where you'll go. I think my brother Yukio is here." He pondered, pointing at a classroom on the right. He stared at the door, his face in concentration. Her gaze followed his eyes. She smiled brightly.
"Cool! Thank you, Okumura-san." She smiled sweetly. He blushed and looked away. Gosh, she had such a doe-eyed look in her face. Damn, if he became friends with her, he hoped not to spill his secret. She'll run away...
"You can call me Rin." He grinned, watching her hesitate with something. He poked her cheek, watching h