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Hokage Sasuke

By lackingwit

Humor / Drama

Hokage Sasuke

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She was going to kill him. If she couldn't get her hands on him today, or tomorrow, she'd do it the next day. One way or another, she was going to kill him. How dare he just show up and expect to be forgiven? How fucking cocky could one man be? Of course, to be fair, he wasn't a man. He was a teenager. A boy.

She had half a mind to run up to him and just kick his balls from behind. How dare he just turn up and declare that he was going to be Hokage when he couldn't even be loyal to Kohona for more than a few years? It was a mockery of everything the title stood for! It was a mockery of Hashirama and Tobirama, of Hiruzen and Minato, of Tsuande—and even Naruto! At least Naruto knew what the word Hokage stood for—knew the sacrifice and strength one had to have to be Hokage. He knew just how much struggle one had to go through to be worthy of the title.

Sasuke had just shown up after four years of fighting against Konoha, after four years of trying to plan its downfall and now he just...wanted to be Hokage?

No.

No.

It didn't work that way! He had to struggle for it and earn the title, something he wouldn't be doing any time soon with a reputation like "missing ninja" on his tail!

She was just so—so frustrated.

He could have whatever he wanted, because he was an Uchiha and it, apparently, was his birthright. Couldn't he just leave Hokage to those better able to handle it? He couldn't even handle regular power correctly, let alone political power!

She wanted to hit him.

Hit him for being so late to the war—four fucking years late—and for coming back with his ridiculous dream!

It couldn't be called a dream. A dream was what Naruto had, what had forced him forward through the adversity of the entire village. What Sasuke had was an infatuation with the idea.

She was happy he'd come back, don't get her wrong. She was elated. She'd been waiting for this moment for four years.

But she still wanted to kick his ass.

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