apparently windows live now comes with a blog writer. lets see how this works
edit: apparently I can edit too.
edit 2: well, now that is handy XD
edit 3: and now for MS word 2007 pasting and formating (which sucks, btw)
A short piece that didn’t make the cut on chapter 9 of Broken toy.
edit 4: I can’t tag –__- well, I guess it was too good to be true.
“And the other day, in Tokyo actually…”
Yukito’s non-stop babbling for the last 50 minutes was stopped by Touya’s call from downstairs, “Oi Yuki, would you help me set the dinner table? Sakura and Tomoyo are about to arrive!”
“Touya baka-chan, we are busy here!” Kero hollered, annoyed.
“I am sorry, can’t hear Talking Bath Toys, you know?” Touya answered back, not missing a beat.
“That’s it! I’m gonna rip him a new one! Pretty sure Sakura will thank me when he doesn’t have a leg to follow her and the Kid around!!”
“Kero-kun!” Yukito jumped onto him, as he transformed in a second into his lion form.
“Oh come on, Yue!” he wailed, “he’ll live fine with just one leg.”
Yukito was slightly bothered that he was being called Yue. It was silly, really, because logically, he knew it was his name. But still, “Don’t tell Touya anything, please.”
Ok, Yue never used that tone, and he never asked for anything, “He doesn’t know you…ok, I’m lost, I don’t even know what to call this thing that’s going on with you.”
“Merging,” Yukito added.
“No, that’s not it,” Kero shook his head, “anyway, why can’t he know? That kid is sharp as a knife; he’ll figure it out, if he hasn’t already.”
“Maybe, but he’s like Sakura-chan sometimes, you know?”
“And like Clow,” Kero added, knowing where his counterpart’s thoughts were going. They both laughed out loud, a century-old phrase resurfacing in their memories.
“Dense as a brick!”