Disclaimer: I don't own them just the plot for the stories, but Jin and Kame own my heart..♥
Title: Five Teardrops
Genre: Angst, angst, angst
Summary: The reason for Kame's tears.. (I suck at summaries.. Sorry..T_T)
The young man sat on the sofa, his eyes full of sadness. It was just another day. But like all days, sadness clouded his heart. Why did he have to think so much anyway? He knew that the thoughts would only hurt him more but he never learned.
When Jin left for L.A., it hurt him so much. During the press conference, he tried so hard to keep a straight face and he was able to. Little did everyone know that his heart was almost breaking at the thought of Jin’s departure. Only he knew of the agony that would torture him everyday. That was a long time ago and Jin had already come back, but the pain was still there.
The first tear fell from his eyes and he wiped it off.
He didn't know why and probably Jin didn't either. But they stopped calling each other by their nicknames. Now they call each other by their last names. Oh how those names were like poison burning his tongue, yet he has to say them everyday.
Another tear fell and like the first one, he wiped it off.
Everyday was like a show. But it wasn’t a problem for him. He was used to it already. Maybe that’s just how entertainers lived. For years now, he had been hiding his real face from everyone. He had to pretend he was fine. He had to pretend that everything was perfect. They were all lies, but he had to make them seem like the truth. But all the pretending tugged painfully at his heart.
The third one fell and he wiped it off once more.
He wondered if he would make a move, things would be different. All the “what ifs” in his head were screaming at him, making his head hurt. So much time had been lost already. The chances to be happy and carefree like they used to be slipped through his fingers like sand. He wondered if he would be able to get them back.
The fourth tear fell but this time, he just let it fall.
He had always wanted to say those words. But he couldn’t. He didn’t know why. Maybe he was just afraid. He didn’t know how the older man felt for him but he was sure of what he felt for the other. Kame loves him, loves him with all his heart. He just couldn’t bring himself to say those three words. The burden of those three words in his heart was more than he could bear.
The fifth and last tear fell and he was about to let it fall too when he heard someone come in. So he wiped it off completely. He could never show his tears to anyone. Never. He'd just have to keep it to himself. It was just another day after all.
The person who came in was singing “Care” quietly to himself but Kame would always recognize that smooth and alluring voice.
“For every tear shed, a smile awaits you.”
Now Kame wondered if those words would ever come true.
Title: Apologies (A Sequel to Five Teardrops)
Genre: Angst, angst, angst
Summary: Jin apologizes.. (I suck at summaries.. Sorry..T_T)
Jin stared at the floor as he kept walking past the corridor. Somehow, everything in his life had taken a wrong turn. He made a lot of mistakes in the past years, including this one. And all that he could do was apologize.
He had sensed all of Kame’s sadness that day. He would be leaving for L.A. soon and they were holding a press conference. The younger man had a smile on his face but there was a hint of sadness in his eyes that was overshadowed by the cameras and the flashes of light. But Jin saw past everything.
And he whispered under his breath…
“I’m sorry for leaving you.”
Ever since he came back from L.A., things had never been the same. Maybe it was just him, or maybe it was even the both of them. So in order to protect himself, Jin built a wall around himself, and around his heart.
But even so, he wanted to tear down that wall and tell Kame…
“I’m sorry for being cold towards you.”
He had a habit of immediately speaking what was in his mind without giving the ideas a second thought. His words were often harsh but he didn’t mean most of them. Yet the hurt those words cause were more painful than all of the physical wounds Kame had ever experienced put together.
And every time Jin said those words, he also wanted to tell Kame…
“I’m sorry for always saying stupid things.”
Kame had never shown anyone but Jin knew better. He knew that the younger man would cry when he was alone. Every time Jin saw those sad, tired eyes, he would always have the urge to embrace Kame but something would always stop him.
Instead, he’d just say to himself…
“I’m sorry for making you cry.”
Maybe it was from the first time they laid eyes on each other, or maybe it was from the first time they gave each other a smile, all he knew was that Kame was and always be special to him. It took some time for him to realize his feelings but he understood them fully now. But he didn’t know how to tell the younger man.
For a long time now, he didn’t know what to say except…
“I’m sorry for not being able to tell you how much I love you.”
Nearing a particular door, he heard voices from the other side of the hall practicing singing a very familiar song.
“That time, that place, it will never disappear – this bond.”
Yes, this bond, their bond which had become weaker with the passing time. Jin wondered if it indeed would never disappear.
And almost as an impulse, he started to sing “Care” under his breath as he opened the door to their dressing room. He continued to sing even as he saw a familiar back sitting on the sofa. He passed the younger man without looking back, but in his heart, he wished he could just embrace the slim figure and whisper words of love. He wished he could just kiss those lips he had always longed for. He wished he could just blurt out his feelings.
But he couldn’t. They both couldn’t say what was in their hearts.
Title: Unspoken Promise (Sequel to Apologies)
Genre: Fluff, Romance, Fluff, Angst, more Fluff
Summary: Will Jin and Kame be able to give themselves and their relationship another shot?
Jin continued to walk, taking note of Kame’s presence yet unknowing of the tears that had fallen from the younger man’s eyes. Jin headed to the bathroom of their dressing room and locked himself inside. Meanwhile, Kame slipped out of the room quietly. He just couldn’t stand being in there any longer.
Jin turned to face the mirror and a very tired face looked back at him. There were bags under his eyes and what’s more, his arms and legs felt like they weighed a ton.
But the burden he carried in his heart hurt him even more. A long time ago, he could take on the physical pain because at the end of the day, he’d always see Kame giving him a reassuring smile. But now, they barely even made eye contact, and he had no one to take the pain away.
Jin heaved a long sigh, turned on the faucet and let the cool water run through his fingers. After gathering a handful of it, he splashed some onto his face, making himself feel more refreshed. Then he dried his face, unlocked the door and peered around. He wasn’t surprised that Kame was no longer there. He probably would’ve left too if he were in the younger man’s place.
But still feeling tired after a long day’s work, he decided to sit on the sofa and have a short rest before going home. Jin happened to sit on the space Kame had occupied earlier and he found that it was still warm. He didn’t mind though. It was a good kind of warmth and it made him feel comfortable.
As he moved to lie down, Kame’s scent wafted through his nose, sending a stream of memories to his head, making him feel nostalgic. But nonetheless, the scent was the closest thing to Kame that he had, so he was happy that he was able to be next to it. As he continued to inhale Kame’s essence, his eyes began to droop and within a few moments, he was sound asleep and a small smile was playing on his face.
An hour and a half later, Kame returned to the dressing room after having a talk with their manager about KAT-TUN’s upcoming projects. He saw his band mates, except Jin, leaving earlier but he assumed that the older man had gone home too.
He was about to leave too after collecting his things but he suddenly heard soft sobs coming from behind the sofa. Dropping his bag, he tiptoed quietly to see who it was. And upon seeing Jin, he was taken aback.
“Now this is an unusual sight to see.” thought Kame.
The older man was asleep yet tears were continuously streaming down his face. In Kame’s long years with Jin, never before had he seen the older man cry. Jin looked almost like a lost boy when he cried and Kame didn’t know what to do.
“Should I wake him up?” Kame asked himself. He was having second thoughts about it when another idea came in. “What if he’s having a nightmare and he never wakes up?”
The thought scared him so he moved closer to Jin and he was about to nudge him awake when the older man uttered something. They were unintelligible at first but after straining his ears, Kame caught the words.
“Kame… I’m so sorry, please forgive me…” Jin kept muttering over and over again as he continued to sob.
Kame stopped dead. His heart suddenly felt like it was being crushed and he couldn’t breathe. He felt a lump rising in his throat and he dropped down to his knees, unable to stop his tears from falling.
Jin awakened the moment he heard someone whimpering. He shot up from the sofa and he was surprised to find that there were tears on his eyes and on his face too. He wiped them away and turned his eyes on the figure next to him.
“Kame—nashi?” Jin asked reluctantly.
“What is it, Akanishi?” Kame replied after a few seconds without looking up. There go the poison coated names again. How he hated them.
“Are you okay?” came Jin’s soft voice.
“Please don’t use that tone with me.” Kame pleaded in his mind. “You don’t know what it does.”
“Don’t ask me. You were the one crying just a while ago.” Kame answered calmly, trying to stop more of his tears from falling.
“But I’m not the one crying now, am I? And besides, I was just having a bad dream, that’s all.”
“And was I the monster?” Kame asked; his eyes still on the floor.
“You were saying my name while you were crying. Am I that scary?”
Jin remembered. He was having a dream about Kame. Trying to think of a reason, Jin said, “Uh, I wasn’t—“
“How long has it been?” Kame cut him off and looked up him. His tears have stopped falling now, but Kame still had a pained expression on his face.
Jin looked back at him, confused. “How long has what been?”
“Since we last called each other by our first names.”
Jin was taken aback at the question and he pondered for a while. “Hmmm. For years already, I guess.”
“Don’t you think it’s strange that we just stopped one day?” Kame pushed on. He was surprised at his own bluntness and Jin was at a loss for words.
Kame waited and when Jin didn’t answer at all, he suddenly said, “I have to go now.”
Jin was snapped back to his senses and he held his hand up. “No! Don’t leave yet. I- I’m sorry. I was just surprised, that’s all.”
“Oh.” Kame replied and moved up to sit on the opposite side of the sofa and he lifted his knees to his chest, resting his chin on them. Jin meanwhile kept staring at the floor and fumbling with his fingers.
Both were silent for a long time till Jin finally voiced out, “We both have changed so much, haven’t we?”
“I know.” Kame replied softly. “Back then, we’ve always been at ease with each other but something happened and I don’t know what. Do you?”
Jin shook his head and answered “I don’t know either. We just grew apart for some reason.”
“But it didn’t mean that we should have changed the way we treated each other.”
“Yeah, I wish we had realized that earlier. We’ve wasted so much time.”
“Do you think it was because you left for L.A.?” there was a pang in Kame’s voice as he said those words.
“I don’t know. And I’m sorry for leaving you. You must really hate me for that.” Jin said guiltily.
Kame reached out and touched Jin’s hand. “Don’t be sorry. I know you were chasing after your dream. And who am I to stop you? It’s just that seeing you leave really hurt.”
“But if you told me that you didn’t want me to leave, I would’ve stayed. Everyone, except you asked me to stay, you know.”
“Are you trying to make me feel guilty?” Kame pouted.
Jin gave a slight chuckle but then his expression turned somber.
Kame noticed it and said, “What’s wrong now?”
Jin fumbled with his fingers once more. “I’m also sorry for making you cry.”
“Who told you that I cried?” Kame asked.
“No one. I know you well enough to tell if you’ve been crying.”
“Please, don’t be so full of yourself.” Kame replied jokingly.
They laughed for a short while but silence overcame them till Jin broke it once more. “Did you ever regret meeting me, Kame?”
Kame looked up. “Why do you ask that?”
“It’s just that I always seem to make you mad with the stupid things I do. Sorry.”
“I’d never ever regret meeting you, Jin. Sure, you do a lot of stupid things but you’ve made me smile more than all the people I know combined.” Kame replied, blushing slightly.
“And I’m also sorry for acting cold towards you ever since I returned.” Jin added.
“You’ve been apologizing for a lot of things today. But I’m sorry for the times I ignored you too.” Kame smiled and edged closer to Jin, resting his head on the older man’s shoulder. He was feeling sleepy and he closed his eyes.
“It’s nice,” Kame thought. “Laying here while Jin’s warmth flows through me.”
Jin’s heart was racing. He had already apologized for everything except one. And it was the most important one of all. For it was the apology that he’d been keeping in his heart for many years and he never dared to mention it to anyone.
Taking slow, deep breaths, he said, “Kame?”
“Mmmm?” Kame mumbled.
“There’s one more thing I forgot to apologize for.”
“What is it?” Kame replied without opening his eyes. He was already sleepy after all.
“I’m sorry that it’s only now that I tell you how much I love you.” Jin whispered while nuzzling his nose on Kame’s soft hair, relishing the sweet smell he had always loved.
Kame’s eyes shot open, forgetting his sleepiness. “What did you say?” he said disbelievingly.
Jin rested his forehead on Kame’s head and repeated, “I said I’m sorry that it’s only now that I tell you how much I love you.”
Kame felt disoriented for a few seconds. He couldn’t believe his own ears. But the words he so longed to hear were finally spoken and he embraced those words like a breath of fresh air.
Looking straight into Jin’s eyes, Kame replied breathlessly, “I love you too. I always have.” and he planted a kiss on Jin’s lips.
And Jin kissed him back, full of passion and intensity. At last, they were back were they belonged.
It was love— they both knew it. But it was also something much deeper. It was the caring bond they thought they had lost. But it was there all along. It just got buried underneath their selfishness and pride.
And now, a new chapter to their story begins. But this time, they were both sure that no matter what changes may happen, they’d never let each other go again. It was a promise that only their hearts could hear. It was an unspoken promise they’d always keep.
Title: A Red Turtle’s Life
Genre: Crack, Romance, Humor, Smut-ish (slightly)
Summary: What happens when Jin and Kame decide to get a pet of their own?
Jin and Kame were walking down the street when a kid ran past them with a dog following close behind her.
A sudden thought occurred to Jin. “Hey Kame,” he started. “How come we never got a pet of our own? I want to have one too.”
Kame looked at his lover and answered, “We’re always busy with work you know. And besides, you can hardly take care of yourself. How do you expect to take care of your pet?”
“Your mean you know.”
Kame laughed. “I know.”
“So can we get a pet now?” asked Jin.
“Please Kame!” Jin pleaded, pouting his lips.
Kame looked away. “Damn pouting lips.” he thought.
“No Jin. We’re not getting a pet and that’s final.”
But Jin, being the persistent person that he was continued to pout at Kame. Finally, the younger man gave up. “Fine. You win. But we’re getting a turtle, and that’s all.”
Jin clapped his hands together. “Yes!” and he literally dragged poor Kame towards the pet store.
“Yatta! It’s open!” Jin exclaimed, pushing the sliding door to open it. But to his surprise, it didn’t budge.
“Hey! What’s with this door? It won’t open!” he said.
Kame rolled his eyes and said, “Bakanishi! You’re supposed to push it the other way.”
“Oh,” said Jin, scratching his head. He pushed the door to the other said just like what Kame had said and it opened effortlessly.
The pair stepped inside and Kame immediately proceeded to the amphibian’s area while Jin continued to look around.
“Jin,” Kame’s voice rang out. “Remember, we’re getting a turtle and nothing more. That was the deal.”
Jin looked longingly at the puppies on the opposite side of the store and then an idea struck him.
“Kame!” he sang out. “Why don’t we get a puppy instead? They’re much cuter!” and he looked at Kame with a pair of puppy dog eyes.
“Oh no. A deal is a deal. And we’re getting a turtle. Besides, I like them more than puppies.” said Kame, holding up a medium-sized turtle in his hands.
“Then let’s decide with rock, paper, scissors!”
“Scared?” Jin asked.
“Of course not! Fine. Rock, paper, scissors it is then.”
Unfortunately, Jin lost and they went on to buy a turtle instead. Feeling slightly down, Jin rushed out, expecting the door to be open but it wasn’t and instead, he banged his head on the glass.
“Ow!” he exclaimed.
Kame laughed at him and said, “Jin, have you gone crazy or are you just extra clumsy today?”
Jin narrowed his eyes at Kame before leaving.
Back at their house…
“Argh! We forgot to buy food for the turtle!” Kame said.
“I don’t care.” Jin replied coldly.
“Shall I return him then?”
Jin looked at the younger man before him. “No.” he said quietly.
Kame sighed. “Wait here. I’ll just go buy some food for him. I’ll be back soon. But while I’m gone, please look for a container for him. And think of a name too, while your at it.”
“Fine.” was all that Jin said and then Kame was out the door.
Fifteen minutes later, Kame returned with a bag of food in his hands. He found Jin out on the porch with a brush in his right hand and a can of red paint beside him.
“Jin!” Kame shouted. “What are you doing?”
The older man turned around, surprised. Kame saw that the turtle they had bought that afternoon was now covered in red paint. Kame approached the older man and said simply, “Explain yourself.”
“Well, you said to think of a name for him.” Jin started off.
“Yes Jin, I said think of a name, NOT PAINT HIM RED!” Kame replied impatiently.
“I know. But see, I decided to name him ‘Akame’, you know, short of ‘Aka’ and ‘Kame’ cause I thought it sounded nice since it’s a combination of our names. But then I though, ‘Why not paint it red so that it would suit more?’ That’s why I painted him red.” Jin said, fumbling with his fingers.
When Kame heard this, he wanted to laugh and tear Jin’s head off at the same time. “Damn, if you weren’t that cute when you said those words, I would’ve killed you by now.”
Kame sighed. “It’s alright. I know you meant well. Just promise me to not do something like that ever again.”
Jin’s face instantly shone up. “Hai!” he said and then jumped up and pecked Kame on the cheek.
“Hey! You’re covered in paint, go wash off first!”
Jin stuck his tongue out and went to the bathroom to clean himself up.
Meanwhile, Kame placed the turtle in the fishbowl on their bedside table. He looked at the turtle in the fishbowl and thought, “Akame, huh? Cute name. I guess Jin can be a genius sometimes too.”
Night came and Kame was already lying in bed, ready to sleep when Jin suddenly fell on top of him and the older man began to undress him.
“Jin, we still have work tomorrow. Do you always have to be horny at night?” Kame said sleepily, trying to brush Jin off.
“I can’t help it when you look sexy even when you’re about to sleep.” Jin smirked.
Kame groaned. “But I’m tired already Jin. And would you please get off of me?”
Jin ignored Kame but just as he was about to kiss the younger man, his eyes wandered to the turtle on their bedside table.
“What? Didn’t I tell you to get off of me?”
“Yeah, but Akame is looking at me.”
“So what if he’s looking at you?” replied Kame, finally managing to push Jin off him.
Jin fell on the floor with a loud thud. “Ouch! That hurt!”
“Serves you right.” replied Kame.
“Kame.” said Jin again.
“What?” replied Kame, irritated.
“Akame is still looking at me.”
Kame gave up. He turned to look at the turtle too and saw that it was indeed looking at Jin intensely. But instead of being freaked out, Kame actually smiled.
“It means he doesn’t want you near me. Or maybe he’s just mad because you painted him red.”
Jin’s eyes shifted towards Kame. “Hah! We’ll see about that then!” Jin then got a thick piece of cloth and covered the fishbowl, preventing the air from coming inside.
Kame jumped out of bed and pulled off the cloth from the container. “Jin! What are you trying to do? Kill it?”
“No, I was just trying to cover the container so that I wouldn’t see his eyes.” said Jin simply.
“Idiot.” said Kame under his breath.
“What did you call me?” asked Jin, pulling the younger man to lay down beside him.
“Nothing.” Kame replied.
The older man poised himself to undress Kame again, but once more, his eyes traveled to the turtle in the fishbowl and they had a staring contest.
Finally, Jin screamed out, waking Kame who had already fallen asleep.
“What is it now, Jin?” asked Kame angrily.
“It’s that damn turtle! It keeps staring at me!”
“Then don’t look at him!” Kame shouted.
“Maybe I’ll just move him to the kitchen.”
“The bathroom then?”
“Why won’t you let me move him?”
“Cause I like it when he’s beside me. And it helps keep you away from me too.” Kame replied.
Jin frowned for a long time. Then, an evil smile formed on Jin’s lips as he finally figured out what to do. “Fine, if you won’t let me move him then I’ll just do this.”
Jin approached the bowl, grabbed the turtle and flipped it over so that it’s belly was facing up.
Kame got up once more but this time, Jin overpowered him. Pushing the younger man back down, Jin said, “Now, we can have some fun.”
Kame groaned. “What did you do to Akame?” he asked, trying to break free from Jin.
“Nothing. I just flipped him over.” Jin answered with a smile, unaffected by Kame’s struggle.
“What? He’s going to die if you do that!”
“I’ll put him back after you do as I say.”
“And what makes you think that I’d listen to you?” Kame asked.
“Cause you can’t stop me when I want you this bad. And because you’re already sleepy.” Jin answered.
Kame knew Jin was right and he stopped fighting. “Fine, but no sex for you tomorrow.”
Jin pouted. “Oh alright.” But Jin knew he’d still have what he wanted, one way or another.
The two continued to make love all night and as a result, they were late in waking up the next morning.
“Jin.” Kame tapped Jin on the shoulder. “Jin, wake up! We’re going to be late!”
Jin just shrugged in response.
“I told you we should’ve just two rounds last night, but no, you just had to do five! Now hurry up!” said Kame, smacking Jin on the head with a towel.
“Alright, alright! I’m up!” Jin replied.
In ten minutes, Jin and Kame were already out of the house. The turtle still lay downside up, forgotten.
The pair arrived late that evening because of extra work. When they stepped in the house, Jin remembered that he forgot to flip the turtle back and he cried out, “Crap! I forgot about Akame!” and he rushed to the fishbowl on the table.
Sadly though, Akame was already dead.
“You didn’t feed him last night like I asked, did you?” Kame asked calmly.
“Uh, no.” Jin replied sheepishly.
“My poor little Akame, stripped of a good life.” said Kame sadly, cradling the stiff, dead body of the turtle in his hands.
Title: Bad Hair Day
Genre: Romance, Fluff, Humour, Smut-ish(ever so lightly)
Disclaimer: I don't own them but Jin and Kame own my heart..♥
Summary: Jin is surprised to find that Kame's hair is different. And he doesn't like it one bit. So he decides to take matters into his own hands.
It was another day for the Cartoon KAT-TUN filming and Jin just got in the KAT-TUN dressing room when he spotted an unfamiliar person sitting on the sofa. Jin couldn't see the person's face but he was sure he didn't know the guy. Or did he?
He slowly approached the sofa, tiptoeing as he went. When he finally got to see who the person was, he almost fell over.
"Kame?!?!" he shouted.
Kame raised an eyebrow at him and said, "What is it?"
"You're hair." Jin replied. "I-it's different."
Kame touched his hair and said nonchalantly, "Oh yeah, the stylist said that I should try something new."
True, Kame's hair was still black but it was now short and flat. Jin didn't like it at all. And being the brutally honest and clueless person that he was, he blurted out, "I hate it. It doesn't look good on you."
Kame glared at him and as the younger man stood up to leave, he said to Jin, "Like the hell you care."
And he was out.
Jin slapped himself in the face for saying stupid things. He quickly dashed out to look for Kame. Running through the corridors, he ran into Nakamaru.
"Filming is in 20 minutes Jin. Don't be late." said Nakamaru.
"Uh yeah, I'll be there in a while. I just have to look for something." Jin replied and he ran the opposite way.
Five minutes later, Jin found Kame. Apparantly, the younger man had locked himself in the bathroom and Jin could hear soft sobs coming from the other side.
He knocked twice and Kame responded. "I'll be out in a minute."
Jin waited for a full minute but still, Kame didn't go out. So he knocked again.
"Alright, alright, I'm coming." said Kame and the younger man opened the door.
Kame was surprised to see Jin's face in front of him. He tried to shut the door again but Jin wedged his foot on the door and forced himself and Kame back inside the bathroom and locked the door.
"What the hell do you want?" said Kame angrily trying to push Jin away, but the older man was too strong for him.
"I'm sorry." said Jin. "I didn't mean to hurt you."
Kame laughed but it wasn't a happy laugh. "Idiot. Who said that 'd be hurt by you? Honestly, I don't care what you think. So let me out of here. We're going to be late."
Jin continued to block the door. "Yeah right. So why could I hear you crying when I knocked on the door?"
Kame didn't say anything.
"See?" said Jin. "You were crying. So again, I'm sorry."
Kame scowled at him. "Like I said, I don't care what you think so lea- hnnnnn-"
He was cut off as Jin's lips came crashing onto his. Kame tried to resist but his brain didn't seem to function anymore.
Jin smiled when Kame didn't resist him and he pulled away. "Even though I don't like your hair, you look so cute when you're mad."
Kame still had a dazed expression splattered on his face. "Idiot." was all he managed to say.
Grasping Kame's head, Jin leaned down for a kiss again. And then his tongue apparently wanted to explore the wonders of Kame's neck and chest. So slowly but surely, Jin unbuttoned Kame's shirt and after exposing a nipple, Jin licked it first and then he bit it, hard.
A sharp moan escaped Kame's lips and Jin smiled evilly when he managed to arouse the younger man.
"Jin," breathed Kame. "We're going to be late if you don't stop."
Jin ignored him and continued to violate Kame's body. Jin pushed his body closer to Kame and felt the younger man's erection against his. Jin's smile even widened more.
"So, are you still mad at me?" said Jin, leaving marks all over Kame's chest and making the younger man glow red.
Kame only nodded in Jin's direction.
"Eh? So do I have to do something more?" Jin asked mischievously.
"Mmmmm." Jin replied as he mounted Kame on the sink and he went down to unbutton Kame's pants. Jin's hand managed to grasp Kame's erection and he pulled, making the younger man cry out.
"Jin!" was all Kame managed to say. His breaths were short and raspy and Jin couldn't help but feel more aroused at the younger man's helplessness.
But just as he was finally pulling down Kame's pants, they heard somebody calling out their names.
"Aaah, shit!" Jin screamed. He stood up and poked his head through the door. "Damn it. Filming is starting in five minutes."
He looked back at his victim and saw that the younger man was still flushed. "Yuo should really stop blushing now." he laughed.
Kame just looked at him and said, "It's not my fault. You made me this way."
This time, it was Jin who raised an eyebrow at him. "Me? You were the one who asked for more." he laughed again. "Fix yourself now, or your stylist will go mad. I'm gonna go ahead." he winked.
Jin stole one last kiss from Kame and went out the door.
After a few moments, Kame returned to his stylist and she went mad indeed when she saw that Kame's hair stuck out in odd angles. With an iron in hand, she proceeded to straighten Kame's hair out again.
Kame saw Jin standing in the doorway out of the corner in his eye. He threw a death glare at the older man but Jin just whistled innocently at his direction.
A minute before the show, Kame's hair was now back to it's flat self and Jin frowned when he saw it again. But his frown soon turned into an evil smile when he thought, "Well, I can always ruffle it up again."
Comments are love.. Maybe you might have seen these stories around LJ too.. XDDD Erm, but i'm sorry to those who don't like yaoi, these type of stores are what I write ONLY.. And i promise to read everyone's stories soon too.. ^^
Hiatus from CR. . sorta.
waah! aijin chan! gud thing u joined!
i liked a bit of it...i also like yaoi too..but der r limitations when it comes to like that...eventhough its just a fanfic...
kip it up!der r other funny parts that i saw...
Just dropping by again here in crunchyroll. Nostalgia
let me read it tomorrow!!
when it's earlier!! ^-^
UWAHHH~!! There's alot. Just finish reading them now. lol. It is very good!!
finally I've read it!!
those Akame fics are awesome!! ^-^
ate estelle~~~ :3 will read 'em next time. need to go~ DDD:
BRB Japan, I'm out with Korea atm.