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OTP Challenge Day 25OTP Challenge Day 25 by DaisyDogOx
Gazing Into Each Other's Eyes
"Hey, Jack, can you come over here and help me with this?"
He looked over at the raven and resisted the urge to grimace. He was currently working on the skeletal frame of a Duel Runner. "You know I don't understand that stuff."
"I'll explain it. It's really not that complicated. You just need to hold something steady for me."
He put down his coffee cup and sat next to the younger teen, huffing. "Explain it to me, Einstein."
"I'm trying to weld these two pieces together but they keep moving away. Can you put on these heat resistant gloves and hold them together? Don't get your fingers in the way because you can still get burned."
He tried not to smile as Yusei got so excited over his explanation. He wanted to see that smile stay. "And what will this welding do?"
"...Are you sure you want me to go into that? It can get pretty complicated and it might confuse you. You just need to hold it steady."
"It's not like I have anything better to do. Try me."
Highway of Life: Chapter 9Highway of Life: Chapter 9 by DaisyDogOx
The woman at the reception desk's smile wavered as she saw the three of them. "Welcome to KaibaCorp, would you like a tour? There's one leaving in ten minutes."
Jack picked up on it and sneered, and almost instantly Crow's elbow connected with the blonde's rib cage. Yusei seemed oblivious to their brewing fight as he tried to take in everything. "This is so lame," Jack muttered.
"Shut up," the youngest hissed. "Yusei goes alone with all your shit. Just let him enjoy this."
"She's offering a tour. I told you it was a tourist trap."
"I can hear the two of you," Yusei said without looking at them.
"So he's not as oblivious as he looks," Jack grumbled. "Let's get this over with."
"I know it's hard but please try to contain your excitement," the woman said dryly, smirking.
"Shut up, Hogan."
Aki let out a breath she hadn't realized she'd been holding when her mother embraced her in a too tight hug and didn't slam the door on her. The last time she had visited her father
OTP Challenge Day 23OTP Challenge Day 23 by DaisyDogOx
"Where the hell did you get that?" Jack demanded, finger quivering as he pointed to a black and white ball on Yusei's shoulder.
"I found her by the café and split a pretzel with her. She followed me home."
"And you didn't send it away?"
"She's cute. And a she, by the way. Not an it. I don't think Oreo appreciates your way of addressing her."
Yusei reached and picked the cat up off his shoulder, holding it out towards the blonde. "She's got a white stripe down the middle of her head and the other sides are black. She reminds me of an Oreo."
At the mention of her name, she opened up her eyes and mewed. Jack looked like he wasn't sure whether to laugh or yell. "You can't be serious. What are we supposed to do with a cat?"
The raven shrugged and put the cat down on the floor, watching as she scampered around and batted at a washer he hadn't picked up. "We can keep her here. Why are you freaking out so much?"
Jack gestured angrily towards
OTP Challenge Day 24OTP Challenge Day 24 by DaisyDogOx
Making Up Afterwards
Yusei was sitting against the door with his knees curled to his chest, hiccuping sobs wracking his body as Jack's words echoed in his mind.
You're useless to me if you won't even pay attention to me from time to time. You're always so focused on your damn work, and it's not even for you! You're so humble it disgusts me.
"It's who I am," he said in a shaky tone. "I want to help others before myself. I don't exactly agree with your treating others like garbage..."
There was a knock at the door and he flinched. "Go away."
"Yusei, I'm sorry!" Jack called. "I didn't mean what I said. My head was speaking instead of my heart and–"
"So you're saying you think of me that way?" he asked, his voice breaking.
"No! Well, sometimes... But that's not the point!"
"Please, open up and talk to me."
The door opened a bit and Jack breathed a sigh of relief as he caught sight of the raven curled in a ball. "Just let me explain."
"No." He pulled off his bo
Final Senior Essay-Literacy Reflection Literacy In My LifeFinal Senior Essay-Literacy Reflection by MissDino13a
When I was little, literature and writing weren’t my strongest skills. Writing a paragraph or even a sentence was really hard for me to do. During my first 3 years of Elementary school, I barely wrote two or three sentences to describe an event or what I do everyday ; all of which weren’t done well.Grammar, punctuation,and spelling or pronunciations of words were very hard to do and thinking up of ideas on what to write or read was even harder. In 3rd grade, I started to improve. We read books that were assigned to us or books we chose to read ourselves. I remember when I read my first book and how excited I got, but also nervous because we had to do a mini essay summary about the book. I struggled to create a beginning, to spell words correctly, and to keep it interested. It eventually started to bother me; then it gets worse when we had to do it orally as well. My teacher saw me struggle with the assignment and helped me o
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