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RHRT: Glimpses 22Glimpse #22: Crossword Puzzle
"Hey, Rizu! What's a six-letter word that starts with a 'z', has a 'b' three letters from the end, and has something to do with White or Rob?" called Robu from the living room.
Scraping off the leftover wasabi on her boyfriend's plate in the kitchen, Rizu hollered back, "You should know that one, you metal head! 'Zombie'!"
"Oh yeah! I forgot! Thanks!"
"Here's one for you: two words, two syllables put together with eight letters. First syllable: 'trash; second syllable: 'out'!"
Robu fumed to himself, but instead of listening to Rizu's command, he replied, "Two words, also with two syllables but seven letters. First syllable: 'fuck'; second syllable: 'you'!"
RHRT: Glimpses 21Glimpse #21: My Hero or the Return of "Chibi Seijitsu"?
"You know," began Robu, "when I said to dress up as your favorite hero, I didn't exactly mean me."
Rizu pouted as she looked down at her costume she borrowed from Gaburieru. She had to beg the archangel to use a replica her boyfriend's Angelic Guardian attire for the upcoming cosplay convention but shrunk down to fit her. The only thing that was not authentic was the dark brown wig on her head.
She turned to Robu with a faint blush on her cheeks and replied shyly, "Well, you are my favorite hero."
RHRT: Glimpses 20Glimpse #20: The Odd Couple
Seiji cocked his head to the side as he tried to comprehend what was going on between his master and mistress.
Rizu and Robu were sitting next to each other on the couch with the television turned onto to a movie network they had switched to over an hour ago. But instead of watching it, they were more interested with their laptops. Rizu was too busy writing replies to her friends' statuses on the biggest social network of the world, and Robu had his attention set to a video game he had converted for his computer.
This was not the first time Seiji caught his owners on their laptops while ignoring a movie. If anything, he believed it was a frequent habit they had somehow picked up in the twenty-first century. I really don't get them, he thought. They're certainly the oddest couple I've ever met.
RHRT: Glimpses 19Glimpse #19: Challenging Shi Round 1
Tamashii and Seijitsu carefully examined the mass of red and white pegs on the upper half of their plastic, sea green grid and then looked across the long table where their opponent was waiting for them to make their next move. Both sides had one more trick up their sleeve, and the game had come down to the wire. It was now either hit or miss, and a miss could ultimately cost them the victory.
"Seijitsu," murmured Tamashii worriedly.
"I know," sighed Seijitsu.
Swallowing hard, he leaned over to the side and called out, "J-7!"
Shi, the Angel of Death, looked down at his remaining grey ship and growled with disgust. "Hit," he snarled. "A hit! You have sunk my battleship!"
Seijitsu narrowed his eyes and huffed, "Dude, it's a fucking carrier!"
"Yeah, but I've always wanted to say that!" answered Shi cheekily.
RHRT: Glimpses 18Glimpse #18: Happy Birthday?
"Robu, I'm home!" called Rizu from the entrance of the apartment.
After slipping into a pair of slippers that were lying by the door, she turned to find a cloud of white powered dust lingering outside the kitchen. She arched her right eyebrow and let out a sigh of annoyance. "What on earth is he up to now?" she muttered.
To her utter surpriseand horrorthe kitchen was coated with flour that had been poured into the metal mixing bowl too fast, and standing over the bowl were Robu and her two ex-boyfriends Raian Daishizenno and Kureigu Yukino all covered in white. A nervous laugh escaped from Robu's lips as he dropped the offensive paper bag from his hands and squeaked, "Happy birthday?"
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