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Rediscovering

By Jessica Landers

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Chapter 1

Disclaimer: No I don't own Naruto, if I did, do you think my two favorite characters (Itachi and Deidara) would die!?

Okay, since the first version was a complete dud, I'm going ahead and rewriting this sucker, making it more of a humor fic than anything... By the way, Angel and her gang belong to Sukoshi-NinjaFox'sBuddy.

Step one: Plan

Step two: Execute plan

Step three: Laugh my butt off!

I tapped the pencil against my lip, something seemed to be missing. Putting aside my prank notebook (yes I had a prank notebook); I shuffled through a thick stack of papers until I found what I was looking for. I skimmed through the long list until I found the perfect one, smirking I retrieved my notebook and started scribbling.

My name is Rekishi Jissai, and my mission, should I chose to accept it, is to annoy the Akatsuki to the point of no return. It is a suicide mission, I know, but I can't help it. I've always been a prankster, from the time I could walk, literally. Now that I'm technically part of the Akatsuki (I do the paper work and save Kakuzu the trouble) I have more time on my hands than anyone else, including Itachi's girlfriend, Angel, who isn't a member period. She's just there because Itachi won't let her go.

I was originally Deidara's teammate back when we were genin, but after he disappeared (I later learned it was because he joined the Akatsuki) everything just fell apart. You see, our sensei thought Deidara was the only one talented enough for his attention and after the Blonde Head Wonder went Missing in Action, that piece of shit dropped us like a hot tin plate. Kuu, my other teammate and best friend, and I tried our best to be a two man team, but it was too much for two untrained and neglected Chunnin. He was killed in an attack and thus only I was left, or so I thought.

It was sometime after that when I accidentally stumbled upon Hidan in the middle of a ritual. Using the excuse that I had seen too much, Hidan and Kakuzu brought me back. That was when I realized that my other teammate was still alive. The encounter went along the lines of:

"You bastard! I thought you died!" I screamed, surging against the bars that held me. Deidara, grown now and, I couldn't help but notice, VERY hot, looked indifferent, "So?" I growled, "I was your freaking teammate! Kuu died because of you! Ohhhhh, if I ever get out of here, you'll regret ever leaving!"

Deidara didn't seem to take me serious, none of them did, since I was let out in a few days and given the task of paperwork. Their mistake. Not only was I going to extract revenge on Deidara, I was going to annoy all the Akatsuki for taking him and corrupting him in the first place. Chuckling evilly at my plan I wrote down a few more ideas when I suddenly remembered the step I was missing.

Step four: RUN IF I WANT TO LIVE!

^o^

So what do you think? Should I continue? Or give up all hopes on this idea? Sorry if it's short, the good stuff comes later!

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