Because of Ao-chan’s recent (an really weird) obsession with Estonia, he thinks that going to the airport means we’re heading over to Estonia. Oh joy.
“Kuidas käsi käib, Kasumi?”
“I’ve been brushing up on my Estonian lately.”
“-sigh- I’ve told you before, we’re not going to Estonia! Only to Ohio for Christmas!”
“So anyway, I was thinking that we sould buy some traditional Estonian clothing to blend in and feel multicultural…”
I just kinda stopped trying.
Ao-chan’s only been on a plane once, and that was when we went to Italy, so he seemed to assume that all flights are ten hours long, and he tried to stuff the Wii in my bag without me noticing.
“Seriously, Ao-chan? Is that supposed to be camouflage?”
“Huh? What are you talking about, there’s no Wii in that bag! Now, let’s get moving before that plane leaves…”
I guess he forgot that he needed a TV too xD
AT THE AIRPORT:
“OMG! Kasumi! Let’s buy an iPod!”
“They’re in a VENDING MACHINE! It’s a sign from the gods!”
“What kind of gods tell you to buy electronics from vending machines? xD”
After having to stuff Ao-chan in the deep depths of my bag so he couldn’t fight with the flight attendant again, we finally boarded the plane.
“I call window seat!” He popped out.
“No way! I get it! …Wait a second Ao-chan, we don’t have that seat. Some random guy does D:”
“-shock- B-but… I wanted to see Estonia from the skies!”
“Yeah, sorry, move…”
He got out a pad of paper and pen.
“Shush, i’m in the middle of the creative process!”
“There! Done! >:D”
…It said something like “Please do not sit in this seat. It is prone to random stick figure attacks. Thank you.”
…If you could actually read his writing, anyway xD
“OH HO HO! This should work!”
Well, it turns out that we /did/ actually have the window seat, eh heh heh…
Ao-chan was happy xD
So happy that I heard Excalibur’s song the whole way o_o
(I’ll explain that later… xD)