“Heh. I wasn’t expecting to see so many new faces at my apartment. It shouldn’t come to any surprise to me though, since I am the hero of Konoha now. Anyways, what are you guys doing here? Are you lost or something? Or did you just want to talk or whatever?” -; The blond chuckled, placing his arms behind his neck-
”Heh.” She crossed her arms, with an amused smirk on her lips. ”Don’t get too cocky, just because you’re the village’s hero doesn’t change the fact that you’re still a brat most of the time.”
You suck as a Hokage, you couldn't even save your village from Pain.
She sighed, ”I suppose you can do better, since you honestly believe your opinion matters? The Pein invasion was unexpected, I tried everything in my power to protect as many people as I could. I regret not being able to save many of the villagers, but all that matters is the fact that it’s safe now. And everyone survived Thanks to Naruto, who I believe would make a great Hokage one day.”
Pulling away from the hug, she grinned up at Tsunade. ”No need to be sorry, the drama is partly my fault too.” she awkwardly rubbed the back of her head, with a small laugh.
”Oh hey, wanna ditch detention and go hang out?” she suggested with a chuckle.
”Heh, that’s what I usually do.” She winked at Ino, then walked to the window unlocking it. Tsunade was already used to leaving detention when she wasn’t in the mood, it’s not like they had anyone to call at home. Before turning back to Ino, she felt the breeze of outside blow through her hair. Closing her eyes, she enjoyed the cool feeling for a moment. ”Alright, lets go.” since the windows in school were much larger than average, house windows she had no choice but to jump over it.
Landing on the grass, she looked back waiting for the Yamanaka to come. ”Hurry up, before they catch us!” Tsunade called out.
Ino frowned, walking over to her. There was something she could atleast do to help. Give her friendship, and comfort. That’s what she really needed right now. ”There’s no need to apologize.” Ino spoke, then hugged the girl tightly. ”I can tell, how lonely you probably feel.” she gently rubbed her back, ”It’s okay to show your feelings, I won’t hate you for it at all. Believe me.”
Tsunade gasped as she felt the embrace from the girl. It has been so long, since someone has given her that comfort. It was so long, since someone actually cared. She wrapped her arms around the girl, tears began streaming down her cheeks. ”I’ve… been so lonely. It hurts, so much.” she began biting down on her bottem lip, that was soon quivering. ”Ino…. I’m sorry.” Tsunade said, in a whispering voice.
Finally, she had found someone, a friend to heal her broken heart. This girl, gave her some hope for her torn life,
i cant believe 14 year olds are having sex and getting drunk. when i was 14 i had snowy white hair and glowing green eyes i could walk through walls disappear and fly i was much more unique than the other guys
Ino watched as she walked away from her. Feeling a little guilty, maybe she shouldn’t follow. But there was no other choice since parents will be called down here if she didn’t go to detention. Although, they’d be called regardless because she was going to detention. Oh well, Ino found herself going to the room anyway. Slowely opening the door, she spotted Tsunade laying on the desk.
Maybe she should’ve minded her own bussiness. But she was right, there was something that happened to her. Walking over to Tsunade, she leaned down next to her. ”Are you alright?” she whispered in a kind voice, ”I… didn’t mean to upset you.”
Looking up from her arms, she glanced at Ino beside her. This time it wasn’t a glare full of hate. it was a look of sadness. A plead for help, to save her from this nightmare she lived everyday and tried to hide from everyone. ”D-Don’t be sorry…” her tone was shakey, with a small stutter. ”It’s my fault, I should just try to hide my feeling better. It would save everyone from less trouble.” she mumbled. It surprised her, being in this state of mind.
Standing up from her desk, she walked over to the window glancing out and just sighed. ”I’m sorry, you had to see me like this. It’s unlike me.”