Word up, peeps! SuPeRfReAk is back in the house, and I brought y'all another one of my wonderful fanfics. It is a romance, but I haven't decided the couples yet. All will be revealed in chapter two.
This fic follows five days in the life of Davis Motomiya. I hope you all like it.
DAY ONE - TUESDAY
The gentle buzzing of his alarm clock stirred Davis from an otherwise peaceful sleep. The boy opened one eye and stared at the clock malevolently. As if taking a cue, the clock shut off. Davis rolled over to go back to sleep but was disturbed again, this time by his sister Jun.
"Daaaaavis," she shouted, scaring him half to death. "Mom says to get your buns out of bed or you'll be late for school!"
"Ack! You're right!" In a flash, Davis had disappeared. Fifteen minutes later, he was running toward school, still combing his hair. The bell rang seventeen one hundredths of a second after he entered his first class. He sat there, gasping and wheezing.
"Where are your books, Davis?" his teacher, Mr. Fujiyama, asked.
"Dammit, I knew I forgot something," Davis muttered. He went to his locker to get his books and came back to a familiar pink slip on his desk. "Great. Detention again. Ugh." Davis slammed his head down on his desk, moaning and squeezing his eyes shut.
"Sorry I'm late, Mr. Fujiyama," a familiar female voice said. "It will never happen again."
"You're forgiven, Kari," Mr. Fujiyama replied. "Now take your seat. Class has started." Kari took her regular seat, right next to Davis.
"Morning Davis," Kari said, smiling. "What's up?"
Davis lifted his hand and presented her with his detention slip. "Again, huh?" she asked sympathetically. Davis turned his head so he could look at her. Davis had loved Kari since the very first time he'd laid eyes on her. Some of his friends had mentioned that she liked him, but he wasn't too sure. It seemed like she spent all her time with TS. Every night Davis wished that Kari felt the same way toward him that he did toward her.
"Davis? Are you alright?" Kari asked urgently.
"Yeah, I'm fine," was all Davis could think of to say. Kari smiled and turned her attntion to the front of the classroom, and Davis went back to feeling sorry for himself. 'I must be the world's largest idiot,' Davis thought. 'There's no way that Kari'll ever come close to loving me.'
First period eventually came to an end, and Davis made his way to Computer Studies. Davis was the first to arrive, even before the teacher, and for an instant thought about escaping to the Digital World. But he decided against it. Sometimes he really enjoyed Computer Studies.
He sat down at his workstation. He noticed a slip of paper with his name typed on it was under the keyboard. He pulled it out, finding it to be a neatly written note, which read:
'Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
You'll never guess who
Has fallen for you.'
Davis scratched his head. He couldn't identify the hand writing as that of anyone he knew, but it was obvious that it was a joke. 'Who in their right mind could love me?' Davis thought darkly, crumpling the note and throwing it into the trash.
Class went pretty well. Next came lunch, the only period Davis really enjoyed. He stopped by his locker to grab his lunch. When he opened the door, another note in the same handwriting fell to the ground. Davis picked it up and read it.
It was just like the first. Davis almost threw it out again, but instead he slipped it into his pocket. 'I'll figure out who wrote it later,' Davis thought.
Davis sat down in the back corner of the Cafeteria with his lunch. He'd bought it from the school, so it was the same unidentifiable slop they always served. It tasted pretty good, for the most part. "Hey Davis," Kari said, sitting down beside him. Davis coughed, then turned to her, smiling.
"Hey Kari. How come you're sitting with me instead of TV?" Davis asked. Kari shrugged.
"I don't know. TK's kind of... well, boring. All he ever talks about is basketball."
"You've said that all I ever talk about is soccer," Davis said, kind of curious. "How does that make me any more interesting than TJ?"
"Well, at least you have a sense of humor. I really admire that in you." Davis smiled, blushing slightly. It was at that moment that the note in his pocket decided to fall out onto the floor. "What's that?" Kari asked, picking it up.
"It's just some note I got from somebody," Davis replied, embarrassed.
"It sounds like whoever it is really likes you." Davis snorted.
"Yeah, right. It's probably just a joke," Davis said. "Who in their right mind would like me?"
"You'd be surprised," Kari said. The two of them talked about soccer and the Digital World for the remainder of the lunch period.
Davis' next class was Math. It was his least favorite, partly because he had to sit next to Ayeka, the snobbiest person he knew. Normally she'd take great pleasure in belittling Davis. Today, however, was different.
"Hi Davis," she said, smiling. For a fleeting moment, Davis thought she was even more beautiful with a smile on her face. "Hey, do you want to come to my party Friday night? So we can hang out or something?" Ayeka asked, blushing. Davis couldn't believe it. He was pretty sure he had just been asked on a date by the most popular girl in school.
"Uh, let me think about it, okay?" Davis replied. Ayeka smiled and nodded. "I'll let you know by Thursday."
"Cool. Um.. One more thing. Did you remember to study for the quiz today?"
"ARRRGH!" Davis shouted, slamming his head down on his desk. Pretty soon class was over. Davis took the time between classes to think. 'Could Ayeka have written those notes?' he wondered, once again opening the one he'd kept.
"Hi Davis!" Yolei's voice shouted from right behind him.
"Yolei! You scared the hell out of me!" Davis shouted back.
"Sorry. I just wanted to say... You're looking pretty good today." Yolei turned bright red. "I.. I'll see you later." Yolei ran off. Davis blinked, then shook his head and slowly made his way to class.
Davis' last class of the day was Gym. He was psyched because they were learning how to play soccer. It was the one thing Davis was better than TK at. He was lacing up his cleats when he found another note in his gym bag. It was another love note, just like the first two. 'Jeez, am I a hot ticket or what?' Davis thought to himself, grinning.
"H.. hey Davis," a girl's voice said. Davis spun around to see Mina Tanaka. She was another of the more popular individuals in the school, and normally she completely ignored Davis.
"H.. hi Mina. What's up?" Davis asked.
"Nothing. I just wanted you to know that today I'm gonna be cheering extra loud for you." Davis couldn't help but blush.
"Thanks, Mina," Davis said.
"Davis, um.. would you like to go grab a soda after school?" Mina asked, biting her lower lip. Davis was shocked. This time he was sure he'd been asked out by one of the most popular girls in school.
"Sure," he said. "Is anyone else coming?" Now it was Mina's turn to blush.
"N.. no. I thought maybe we could just.. hang out?" Davis smiled and nodded.
"That'd be cool," he said.
"Cool. See you at three, and we'll walk to the mall." Davis smiled at Mina's back. 'I grabbed a spoon,' Davis thought smiling. TK came up behind him. "Hey TK," Davis said absently.
"Hey Davis. What's... Wait a second, you called me TK. What's wrong?" TK asked, sounding genuinely concerned. Davis looked at him and smiled.
"I grabbed a spoon." TK stopped for a second to think about that metaphor. "Come on, TP! Let's play some soccer!" Davis shouted. TK smiled.
"That's better," TK said quietly to himself, running after Davis. "You're goin' down, Motomiya!" TK shouted defiantly. Gym class ended at 2:45, and, as advertised, Davis' team beat TK's by a large majority, and Mina really did cheer extra loud. Davis took his gym bag to his locker and found Kari waiting for him.
"What's up, Kari?" Davis asked, stuffing his bag into the small locker.
"Nothing much," Kari said. "Hey, listen Davis. Would you like to go check out that new dance club with me tomorrow night?" Davis almost died right then and there.
"Uhh.. s-sure, Kari," Davis said, grinning. "I'd really enjoy that." Kari smiled, then kissed Davis on the cheek.
"See you in school tomorrow," she said.
"Bye Kari." Davis waited until Kari had rounded a corner. "YES!" he shouted, dancing all the way to detention.
At three o'clock, Davis met Mina outside the school and the two of them made their way to the mall. Davis finally made it home at eight-thirty, after dropping Mina off at home. "What took you so long Davis?" his father asked.
"I had a date," Davis answered. Jun choked on her soda, her eyes bulging to the size of dinner plates.
"YOU had a date?" she shouted. "With who? Not that girl Kari."
"No, actually it was with Mina Tanaka." Jun looked even more shocked.
"But Mina hangs out with the popular crowd at MY school! Why would she go out with you?"
"I don't know, but she did." Davis smiled sardonically, leaving Jun to her thoughts. 'I love making Jun suffer,' Davis thought, opening his Math textbook. Inside were all three of the notes he'd recieved, including the one he'd gotten rid of in Computer Studies. "Who wrote these?" Davis mused, examining them. He was still unable to identify the handwriting.
"Davis! Dinner!" his mother shouted, so Davis went to eat. He never did finish his homework...
DAY TWO - WEDNESDAY
Davis actually woke up before his alarm clock went off. He ate some breakfast, then walked over to Kari's apartment. Unfortunately, TK had beat him to it. The two of them exited, talking and laughing. As soon as they saw Davis, both shut up. "Hey guys," Davis said, pretending not to have noticed.
"Morning Davis," TK said cheerfully.
"Hey Davis," Kari said. "Had any luck yet?"
"No, not yet. Don't worry, I'll figure it out."
"You still up for tonight?"
"You bet." TK looked confused.
"What's going on tonight?" he asked.
"Me and Davis are checking out that new dance club," Kari responded.
"Sounds like you two have a date," TK said, grinning.
"Yeah, sort of," Kari finished, blushing slightly. Davis looked at TK nervously.
"Don't worry, Davis. I'm not jealous," TK said. "Kari and I dated for a while, but it didn't last. We're only friends." Davis grinned.
"We aren't exactly a couple yet, TK," Davis said. "It's just a date." Davis could hardly believe the words coming out of his mouth.
"Davis... You called me TK," TK said, looking shocked. "That's the second time in two days! You haven't called me ANYTHING twice in two days before. Are you sure you're alright."
"Lay off, TQ." TK burst out laughing.
"I knew it was too good to last." The three of them made their way to school. For the first time in his life Davis got to class before the first bell. He found another note in his desk, again in the same handwriting as the others.
"Another note. I wonder who wrote it..." Davis was interrupted by the entrance of Tamachi Ousaki.
"Hey Davis," she said. Davis looked up at her and grinned.
"Hey Tammi. What's up?" Davis reponded. Tammi's cheeks flushed pink for a second.
"Well, I was wondering if maybe you'd like to go out for pizza tomorrow night. My treat." Tammi's cheeks flushed even redder, and she chewed on her lower lip nervously. Davis and Tammi had been friends since Kindergarten, but he'd never thought she'd ask him out.
"Sure Tammi, I'd love to," Davis responded. Tammi smiled then pecked him on the cheek.
"Great! Talk to you later Davis." Tammi disappeared out of the room. Davis decided that it was probably Tammi that wrote the notes. But he'd ride it out and see if he was right. Kari came into the classroom a minute later and sat down next to Davis. She smiled slightly when she noticed the note on Davis' desk.
"You got another one?" Kari asked. "Boy Davis, you've really got it going on, don't you?"
"I've already figured out that they're all from the same person. I just don't know who it is quite yet." The second bell rang, and class went pretty normally, right down to the detention slip.
Computer Studies went about the same as usual, except for one thing. "Hey Davis," Yolei's voice said. Davis fought the urge to cringe.
"Hey Yolei," Davis said. "What's up?"
"Nothing. Um.. Kari told me that you two have a date tonight. Is that true?"
"Yeah. I'm going to go pick up a new outfit after school. Why?"
"I wanted to know if maybe I could help?" Yolei sounded almost hopeful. Davis noticed a slight flush to her cheeks.
"Yeah, I guess that'd be alright," Davis replied. Yolei smiled and took her seat. Davis fought to resist the urge to throw up. 'Gads, I can't believe I have a date with Yolei. Yech,' he thought, looking back to his work.
At lunch, Davis took his seat in the corner with the usual Cafeteria slop. Mina came over to join him. "Hey Davis," she said, kissing him on the cheek. "I had a great time yesterday." Davis looked around, hoping Kari wasn't watching. She was busy talking to Cody, Yolei, and TK.
"I had a great time too, Mina. We should do it again sometime."
"Sounds good to me." Mina gave Davis a slip of paper with her number on it. "Call me," Mina said, again pecking Davis on the cheek before she left. Davis smiled, tucking the paper into his pocket. He stood and went to join his friends at their table.
Ayeka smiled sweetly at Davis when he entered his Math class. "Hey Davis," she said.
"Hey Ayeka. Am I still invited to your party?"
"You bet. I was really hoping you'd come. You're kinda cute, ya know." Davis grinned.
"Okay class, hand in your homework assignments," the teacher said. Davis slammed his head down on his desk. Ayeka giggled, reaching over to rub his back. Davis smiled weakly.
In Gym class, Davis' class played soccer again, and Davis and TK ended up on different teams. Mina kept cheering and waving at Davis from the sidelines. Davis smiled at her and waved, getting clobbered by one of his opponents. Davis triumphed over TK once again.
After his detention, Davis and Yolei walked to the mall. Davis kept a fake smile plastered on his face for her benefit. In the end, he just picked out a light blue tshirt and khakis. Yolei walked with Davis all the way to his apartment. Once again Davis was drilled about why he was late.
At six-thirty, Davis was dressed and on his way over to Kari's apartment. By seven, the two teens were on their way. Davis had a great time, and he could tell Kari did too. Davis and Kari were once again outside the Kamiya household at ten o'clock.
"I had a great time, Davis," Kari said, leaning against the door.
"Me too. I hope we can do it again some time." Before he knew what was happening, Davis had leaned down and given Kari a quick kiss goodnight.
"Goodnight Davis," Kari said, blushing. "I'll see you at school tomorrow." Davis smiled.
"Night Kari." Davis walked home, a grin plastered on his face. He was confused, though. So far he'd gone out with Mina and Kari, and he'd had a great time with both of them. 'Who am I gonna choose,' he wondered as he entered his apartment. Davis spent most of the night laying awake...
A/N: And so ends the first chapter. As I said, the couple will be revealed in chapter two. Who is Davis going with in the end? Is it Mina? Ayeka? Tammi? Or is this another SuPeRfReAk Daikari? Honestly, your guess is as good as mine. Lataz.
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