[ His brows furrowed upwards and he clenched his sharpened teeth, unsure of what to say. Well, that’s probably how he would’ve acted too, if he got hit with a book, so Rin really couldn’t blame him. Sighing, the demon slung the Kurikara and the bag he’d been forced into carrying, shoving the notebooks and books and assorted other things inside. He wasn’t a delinquent, really…!! ]
Y-Yeah, that was my bad.
Yer sure yer alright…? It didn’t hit you that hard or nothin’?
[ If he wanted to fit in here, he would have to force himself into trying to converse with people. Normally he would have been on his merry way and taken his things but…he felt bad for having been so foolish. Plus, he didn’t want this kid to think he was some sort of bag of dicks that threw books around all the time. He looked, for lack of a better word, interesting, with that whole orange hair get up and the headphones, too. If Rin didn’t know any better, he would have said he looked straight out of the comics he used to read back at home.
But, that aside, at least the Kurikara hadn’t fallen out of it’s place or something. That would have been awkward, because of the whole “I’m the son of Satan” thing. His tail flicked nervously to one side, obviously not burdened by the things he was carrying—super human strength and all. In fact, he probably shouldn’t have been carrying all the books in the first place; too bad he was dumb enough to think he needed all of them for the first day he was back. ]
“Yeah, don’t worry about it.” Under his breath he whispered ‘I’m used to it…’ and hopefully the ebony wouldn’t have noticed it. After Neku had finished picking up Rin’s belongings, he handed them to him, astonishingly nice despite the look he gave.
Neku could have said the same about Rin, he didn’t take too long to inspect the other male, but his sharp teeth and ears were pretty definable traits. The tail was a plus. His image already had been burned into his head, given how easily Neku could remember things.
After the large textbook was handed to Rin, it was then that he noticed that it was the same one of the few that Neku carried around; geometry. “I haven’t seen you in class before.” A bit vague, but he was referring to that specific arithmetic class. Though the ginger couldn’t really blame him for skipping or anything, most things relating to math weren’t his favorite either. Though not completely intending to, he continued to stare with a slight intimidating expression and stoic gaze.
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