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Orochimaru in the Morning

By phantom130 5


Orochimaru in the Morning

Orochimaru in the Morning :D

It was morning in Otogakure and the sun was beaming into the bedroom of Orochimaru. Two bunnies hopped and sat on the edge of Orochimaru's bed by his feet, watching him happily with a twinkle in their eyes. A harp tune began chiming as several deer trotted into the door. As five minutes passed, more happy animals surrounded the bed. As the digital clock hit 7:36, Orochimaru blinked twice and stretched.

"KABUTOOO!" he screamed.

Kabuto opened the door and peeked in. He sighed and glumly shooed the animals away. "Sorry, Orochimaru. We have been having a pest infestation..."He suddenly shot his eyes toward the corner of the room. "Kimimaro, PLEASE stop practicing that harp!" shouted Kabuto. "Sorry..." mumbled Kimimaro as he slumped out of the room.Kabuto turned back to Orochimaru. "What did you need, Orochimaru Sama?""Kabuto, I am ready for my bubble bath!" Orochimaru shouted as he threw his arms in the air. :D

Later, after his bubble bath, Orochimaru stepped out the bathroom door in his fuzzy pink robe and a yellow towel tightly wrapped around his head. The aroma of the new bottle of mango shampoo filled the mansion as Orochimaru walked through the hallways. At that moment, Orochimaru realized how hungry he was. He dashed to the kitchen knowing that's where most house wi - er... right-hand men usually are. He kicked open the door and looked around. Kabuto wasn't there. Orochimaru slumped out of the kitchen in search of Kabuto. He glanced out a window. There he was... taking a smoke. Orochimaru sighed. "I TOLD him to quit..." she said as he walked slowly back to the kitchen.He then made a decision that may not end well

He was going to make his own breakfast.

He yanked open the fridge. His eyes searched and spotted a carton of eggs. He grabbed the carton and dumped the eggs in the microwave. He hit the buttons in a rush until he heard the hum of the heat turning on. He watched the eggs spinning for a moment until; SPLAT ! Orochimaru shreaked as the eggs exploded all over the inside of the microwave. He peered inside the microwave as the egg dripped from the sides. Orochimaru scrambled outside to Kabuto in tears. Kabuto tossed his cigarette into a bush in a panic. "Yes, Orochimaru Sama ?" he said with an ashamed expression. "I - I - I w-was making e-eggs and they e-exploded! *hic* " Orochimaru waled. There was a second of releif, but then anger."What ? You CAN'T just put eggs in the microwave WITH the shell! If the microwave door flung open, a hell could have got you in the eye! You could have HURT yourself!" Kabuto lectured. "I'm sorry!" Orochimaru bawled. "Don't do it again." said Kabuto. "Kaay!" sang Orochimaru as he skipped inside the mansion.

As he stepped in the kitchen, his tummy rumbled. He then glanced at the microwave and grinned. He dash over to it and swung open the door. Kabuto stepped in the kitchen just as Orochimaru began licking the inside of the microwave. Kabuto frowned and backed out of the room and shut the door. "Oh, Orochimaru..." he sighed.

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