"Buy me a icee! And a hotdog! And some popcorn!" Jiraiya hollered, breaking free of Tsunade's grip and bounding over to the food area to the right of the door.
"Naruto is a bad influence on you," Tsunade scowled, following slowly. "Why don't you buy it yourself?"
But the old man was already hitting on the young woman behind the counter.
And by "hitting on", I mean, "spying on from behind a table with the family seated there all staring at him."
"Sorry," Tsunade explained to the parents shielding their children's eyes. "He hasn't had his meds yet today." She smiled sweetly, grabbing the pervert and hauling him towards the clothes section.
"Ooooohoooh!" he said, "Are you taking me to try on bras with you again?"
She hit him. Hard. "You'd better not be talking about that time you snuck into the women's changing rooms near the lingerie. Because I thought I made myself very clear when I
Love LetterLove Letter
You told me once that you would make me love you. No matter what it took. That you would die trying. I thought them the mere words of a foolish boy who said such things to all the pretty girls he encountered. I did not realize then that words were your greatest strength. I didn't know how true that statement would turn out to be...
I think you knew that I always admired you. Perhaps not in the way you wished me to...but the truth is, you were always my closest friend. In our youth, the posing macho bravado used to annoy me to no end. Now, I look back on it with a fond smile. I couldn't imagine you being any other way and I'm not surprised many women fell for it. Perhaps I would have too if I didn't wish for the respect that came with being a kunoichi, a rare thing in our day. When I look back on it, you must have believed my attitude came from being treated with high regard as the grand-daughter of the First. A spoiled princess. But then, you always
When we were youngThe three of us were laying on the ground, gazing up at the endless black expanse above. The only noises that could be heard were our quiet breaths, and various sounds of the night. Why was it, that even on missions, we never talked? These two people were my best friends that I had known for more than 6 years, and I didn't know the first thing about Orochimaru, because he had never felt the need to tell us anything about his past. Tsunade, although she yelled a lot and tended to get her point across (whether it be with violence or not) I didn't know anything beyond her famous bloodline, and the fact that she had an obnoxious, no good boyfriend. Who probably knew more about her than both me and Orochi combined. I let out a thick sigh, which didn't go unnoticed and I saw both of their heads turn to face me from the corner of my eyes.
"You were being quiet," Orochimaru stated, sounding annoyed at the fact I had s
ConfessionIt's a war time. Everybody is fighting against everybody, so we as well. It was good oportunity to destroy our enemies and get our goal – destroy this damn Konoha village – a place which brought me whole life pain, bad memories and finally exile.
I wasn't ordinary child. Or maybe I was, who cares now. I was an orphan from very early age. Previous big war killed those I truly loved – my parents. I was completely lonely then. A man - Hiruzen Srutobi – my Sensei, tried to give me all I needed also people I was suppose to call friends. But he never knew how I felt inside, how hard for me was to smile when he wanted that, how hard was to show emotions and feelings when the only one thing you have in your heart is loss. My friends? My team-mates. They didn't get it either. They thought I'm introverted kid with twisted mind. A psycho.
I grew up. My feelings changed a bit. I started to feel I need somebody who can warm my heart. Who could make me not feel alone anymore. I wanted to give up my
Bonds - Chapter 3: Old TeammatesA heavy knock distracted the man from staring outside the window.
At his personal office, at the Konoha headquarters, Shikadai Nara showed up with a lilac scroll. It was rather light and old looking.
Another message was not exactly what he wanted; if somebody had something to tell him, it was usually bad news.
And they were bad news. The last thing Sasuke wanted was to get involved with something linked to Orochimaru. Again.
”During our last day of staying in Sunagakure, my teammates and I found this. We were told by the Kazekage to bring it to you. The text is not in Japanese. Still, the characters for “Moon” and “Snake” could be decrypted, both written in Chinese. I mean, yeah, the kanji for "moon" is the same in both languages but I’m not sure if that's the point. We were led to believe that it has somethin