Keiji’s eyes shot open at the feeling of soft hands on his face. At first he thought it might be the nurse, but instead found himself staring into greenish-hazel eyes stuck in kawaii face. He barely had time to react before she was turning his head and scolding him. That’s right. The girl who had used him as a personal landing mat was scolding him because he’d tried to take care of her first. He was starting to understand why Haru was always so irritated. He only let some of his weight fall on the girl. Her frame was so small he was afraid he’d crush her, but given how quickly she’d snapped at him he figured it was better to let her think she was carrying him. He opened his mouth to let her know where the ice was, but was immediately shut down by her wagging finger. How’d she go from so embarrassed and clumsy to so stern and demanding. It was honestly kind of hot to see her switch like that. He personally wasn’t a fan of the overly ditzy girls- which he’d thought she was up until now. A small smile formed as he watched her shuffle around the room with a cute little pep in her step.
The bed felt amazing compared to the cold, hard ground he’d been flattened on earlier. The ice felt even better. He raised a brow at demand. Where would he honestly go? “Hai.” When she exited through the curtains he got a peek of her little pep walk. He closed his eyes for what felt like just a moment and opened them to see Kobayashi-san sitting at his side going on about something to do with a concussion. “Hai.” His voice was a bit groggy. His free hand rose in search of the tea even though his eyes were still shut. He’d heard her set it down and had a vague idea of where it was.
Minako and Asuna walked back to class earning the curious looks of passerby as they went. The two of them together was certainly an odd site and considering Minako had been keeping the same pace even she was wondering why Asuna hadn’t gone ahead by now. Asuna didn’t say a single word as they entered the classroom making it one of the oddest walks Minako had ever been a part of. Was she really just escorted back to class? Asuna wasn’t even the class rep!
Taking her seat next Baka-chan she didn’t miss a beat. “I didn’t know you were into karaoke, Baka-chan.” He really just didn’t seem the type, but then again he was also in cooking and sewing club. You really could never tell with people nowadays.
Across the room Asuna was talking in hushed tones to her two minions. Probably spreading gossip from general vibe Asuna gave off. Especially since she’d just lost the class rep title and now everyone in school definitely knew who Hana was while there still a considerable amount with no idea who Asuna was. Pity.
The next class started without a hitch. Hana still hadn’t arrived, but Minako wasn’t too worried. After that public of a fall she figured Hana was trying to avoid the secondhand embarrassment from landing on an upper classman like that. It had honestly been picture worthy. Her phone buzzed in her pocket. Tetsuo had already sent her a message.