I was probably just about to get my ass beaten by the Gym Teacher Ghost when a small, furry (yiff in hell) blur crossed our paths, grabbing both of our arms before we could strike each other.
“Enough of this foolishness. BORKU HECKKU!” roared the smol, cloaked stranger, and he twisted the gym teacher’s arm off, and slapped him across the face with it. He disappeared.
The little cloaked thing removed his hood, revealing a dog.
“I am the great dog spirit, uh… Otoyo. Fear me, gaijin.”
But I did not fear him. For I was an anime expert and knew all aabout dog spirits. I bowed to him. He was obligated to return the jester
BUT HE DIDNT
instead, he beat me over the head with a staff shaped like a bone.
“You stupid american pigman, i bet you think this staff of mine is only shaped like a bone. I tore this bone out a giant golden evil god that your puny brain couldn’t even comprehend. and you think you can make me bow to you?” he woofed.
I was taken aback.
“I- I’m sorry, sir.”
“Don’t call me ‘sir’, pigman! Call me a good boy!”
“That’s better,” he said as he spun around in circles before plopping down on to the floor. “Now, what do I call you?”
“K-konoko. Konoko Yoshikage, si– uh, good boy.”
He eyed me suspiciously. I had so many questions.
“I will not answer any of your questions, gaijin. Answer me instead! Where is Ayumi?”
That’s my ghost-girlfriend he’s talking about!
“W-what’s it to you, dog-face?”
He growled at me and it sent shivers down my spine. “Ayumi is my pupil, nerd. Tell me where she is! Now! GRRRRRRRRRRRR!”
Just then, Ayumi returned with Kyutu. The dog spirit howled in despair.
“OH NOOOO, she’s a ghoooooooost! AWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!” he awooed sadly.
“It’s true,” said Kyutu. “Ayumi is a ghost now. And she cannot be freed because Peter asked her to be his girlfriend.
“And who the fuck is Pete– oh.” The dog looked at me. There was so much disgust in his eyes I could feel it pouring out and digesting me.
“My favorite student, dead. And she cannot pass from this world because of you. What a miserable day.”
I expected him to bite me, but he just started howling again.
“It’s all my fault! If I hadn’t been chasing my tail, I could’ve saved her!”
lol even ghost dogs chase their tai–
“Baka gaijin, I bet you think I was foolishly chasing my own tail in circles. But my tail was stolen from me by a tricky sneaky bastard fox spirit. Without it, I am weak. And he is too fast for me to catch!”
I knew what I had to do.
“I’LL catch the fox spirit!” I proudly announced. “IF you take me on as your new pupil!”
He looked at me like this: -______-
“SOrry nerd, I only teach tomboys now. I’m far too old to be spending extended amounts of time with people who aren’t cute.”
Kyutu spoke up this time. “OTOYO, THAT’S NOT FAIR. I’m cute and I’m not a tomboy!”
“That might be true, but with your long hair, you are NOT AERODYNAMIC ENOUGH AND THEREFORE UNABLE to learn my FOUR-LEGGED FOX-CATCHER TECHNIQUE.”
“Then teach me, doggo-sensei,” spoked a cute voice from the stairway. Up walked the most cutefur giru i’ve ever seen.
“Hina…” said Kyutu.