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Haruhi's Problem

By invaderzim980

Other / Romance

Beginnings

Haruhi's POV

It was an early morning, and the sun was just beginning to rise. I was woken up by an annoying boyfriend banging on her front door telling me to get ready for school.

"HARUHI!" "WE"RE GONNA BE LATE!"

...Tamaki? Why is he here so early? ... Wait... it's Saturday WHY THE HELL DID HE GET ME UP SO EARLY?!

I pulled open the front door to reveal a very disorganized boyfriend. Wearing an Ouran University School suit jacket, and a pair of bear pajama pants. His shoes weren't even the same. He's such an idiot sometimes, why did I even fall for this guy.

"Haruhi, what are you doing? Aren't you concerned about being late for school..I thought you loved school? Are you sick?"

I reply with Kyoya's similar shadow king aura, "Why would you wake me up on a Saturday, Idiot?!"

Tamaki quickly runs into my house and starts growing mushrooms in my closet, he replys "Why are you so mean to me...? I only wanted to be a good boyfriend and get you up for school"

"Tamaki, get out of my house."

"No"

"Why do you act like such a child? I figured you would of matured some out of high school, and why did I agree to go out with you!" I snap

Tamaki gasped at that last statement. I didn't mean to push it that far, but lately he's been getting on my nerves. I can't stand the fact that he still acts the same as we were in high school, but still he has always been there for me. I truly do love him, but do I really want to be commited to a 21 year old man that acts like a 12 year old.

"Haruhi, you don't want to be with me?" he looked as if he was going to cry at any second, mad I really screwed up this time.

"No, Tamaki. I'm just upset today alright, I didn't mean the things I said to you." Even though I wish he would grow up, but I better not mention that right now.

He gets up, and walks out on the verge of tears.

I watch him leave, shell-shocked of what just happened. He never would of left me for just a small argument. I quickly run to the balcony, and I see him drive away.


Tamaki's POV

"SHE DOESN"T WANT TO BE WITH ME KYOYA! WHAT DO I DOOOOO!"

"She probably is just upset that you got her up early on a Saturday morning, I wouldn't think that much about it."

What do I do... Haruhi is gonna leave me. What can I change to make her love me again? Suddenly I had an idea. "Kyoya you're a miracle worker, I know what to do!"

Kyoya sighs "I have no idea what I said or did, but please don't do anything stupid."

*beep* I'm not stupid. I'm a genius that happens to have an amazing idea to keep me and Haruhi together forever. If I can't have her I'll just have to find someone else to replace her.


Haruhi's POV

"The person you have dialed is currently unavailable please leave your message after the beep *beep*" "Tamaki, I'm sorry for the way I acted please call me back and I'll make it up to you." I sigh and shut the phone.

He never ignores my calls. Man, I really really screwed up this time. I shouldn't of pushed him, and I shouldn't think of my boyfriend as immature. What if he did something to hurt himself! Did I really push him that far!

Panic begins to rise in me. I quickly grab my keys and run out the door.

I drive all the way to his mansion, but he's not there. I drive to the school, but he's not there. Finally, I drive to Kyoya's mansion.

I knock on the front door, and I was greeted by a very tired Kyoya.

"Kyoya, you look awful."

"Thanks, but its only because Tamaki wouldn't stop calling me for the past 8 hours."

He leads me to the living room, and we both sit on the couch and talk. "Do you know where Tamaki is?" I ask quickly. "I left him messages, but I got no reply."

Kyoya opens up his laptop, which happens to be sitting on the coffee table, and begins to type. "He's at 7th and Main St. What is he doing in that area? That section of the city is known for crimes, drugs, and prostittutes?"

I stare at him confused, why would Tamaki be there? Is he in trouble? Did something happen? All these questions arise, making me panic again. "He could be in trouble, I'm going down there!" I quickly get up and I'm out the door. I faintly hear Kyoya behind me screaming "That's a bad area I'm coming with you!"

I get in my car, and then the passenger door opens with Kyoya climbing in. Why did I have to fight with Tamaki.

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