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The Blader Life

By Falco276

Drama / Humor

Splash Prank Down the Slide!

Idea's inspired by Aura Magic on Wattpad.

Re-written in my own words and continuation on my own.

Avaliable on Archive of our Own! :D

Thanks! and Enjoy the story! :)

Splash Prank Down the Slide!

Kyoya was making his way to the locker room to change into his bathing suit for a party Gingka forced him to go to. He approached the door to the boys bathroom and slightly pushed the door to open. Kyoya slowly walked into the locker room and slipped into a stall to change.

"I hope this stupid party ends soon." he muttered while changing.

Once he was done, Kyoya stepped out of the stall and out of the locker room. He slipped out of the locker room and slowly made his way into the entrance of the pool.

"HEY KYOYA!" Gingka popped out of no where right in front of him, his eyes twinkling bright and his smile bright.

"Wha-!" Kyoya yelled. Without anybody pushing on him, both of Kyoya's feet fell from before him. Gingka backed out of the way in surprise as he watched Kyoya slip on the slippery ground.

Kyoya's body fell with a big thump! as it slid into the pool with a big SPLASH!

Kyoya screamed and thrashed as he came from underwater. Kyoya swam to the stairs and ran out to get Gingka, only to find that everybody was laughing at him!

"What?!" he yelled. Yu pointed to Kyoya's trunks.

They had a six inch hole in the back of them.


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