School Days Essay

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Jun woke to the sound of Ki:Theory's Stand by Me blaring from his alarm clock. Yawning, he rolled over to press his face into his pillow.
Above him, Yuya groaned and pulled his covers over his head.
"Boys!" Kaori pushed open their door and strode into the room. She silenced the alarm clock before yanking away first Jun's comforter, then Yuya's. "Up, up, up! Today's your first day of school, you can't be late!" She reached under Jun's arms and lifted him.
He pulled his legs up and wrapped his arms around he knees, peering up at Kaori.
She raised an eyebrow at him. "Am I going to have to carry you?" she asked.
"Yes," he deadpanned.
She dropped him and turned to climb up to Yuya's bed. She ...view middle of the document...

He tossed the clothes onto the bed and stripped out of his T-shirt.
Jun took his own uniform and laid it neatly across the bed from Yuya's. He began unbuttoning and stripping out of his pajamas.
Each uniform consisted of black loafers, black pants, and a white button-down shirt under a black high-collared gakuran jacket. On each uniform was a collar-pin indicating the boys' class ranks.
Jun wore his uniform properly.
Yuya, however, wore his jacket and the top of his undershirt open.
When Jun noticed, he made a face and scolded, "You should wear your uniform properly."
"I like it this way," Yuya replied smugly, "and so do you."
Jun smirked and rolled his eyes. "Well..."
A smirk found its way on Yuya's lips as well. He slid on his glasses and started toward the door.
Jun grabbed his collar. "Not so fast," he tsked. He pulled the older boy in front of him and reached for the comb. "Your hair needs a quick comb through."
Yuya rolled his eyes, but didn't fight. He enjoyed it when Jun babied him. Having Jun's fingers running through his hair was a gratifying sensation. He let his eyes close and pressed into Jun's touch.
Fame looked herself over once she had put on her uniform and makeup.
Her uniform consisted of a long-sleeved black sailor fuku with white accents and ribbon, white socks, and black penny loafers.
Her long, black-dyed hair had been brushed and pulled into loose pigtails.
She smiled and grabbed her phone before skipping out to the hall.
Kaori was in the kitchen cooking breakfast. She smiled at Fame.
"I'm so hungry, I could eat a horse!" Fame sighed as she sat at the table.
Kaori chuckled before yelling, "Boys! Come eat breakfast!"
"Coming!" A few seconds later, Jun and Yuya appeared.
Fame perked up and exclaimed, "Ooh! You two look great!"
"Thanks." Jun sat across from her. "You look awfully cute in your uniform as well."
"Thank you," she cooed happily.
"I do so love your uniforms," Kaori added as she brought them their breakfast. "Here you go." In front of each teen, she sat a plate and two small bowls. One bowl contained rice, while the other bowl held miso soup. On each plate was a small helping of pickled vegetables.
Fame made a...

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