Stuck in a Box for 31 DaysStuck in a Box for 31 Days
Day One: Sealing
Hachigen Ushoda walked slowly toward a small shop in the distance. He squinted at the blurry words on the sign on top of the shop to check that he was in the right area. As he got closer, the bold words became clear: Urahara Shouten, they read. Hachigen smiled slightly. He was indeed in the right place. He started to walk faster at that notion; if he didn't do this now, Soifon-taicho would surely beat him to a pulp.
It was after the Winter War, and he still hadn't granted his promise to Soifon-taicho. "Promise me once more that tomorrow you'll trap Kisuke Urahara in one of your barriers for a month," she had said. It was already two months after the war was over. Everyone needed time to recover from injuries, and it took quite a while before he could get his arm back to normal. He would thank Unohana-taicho later. As of now, Soifon-taicho's expectations were much more important. Frankly, he was rather excited for this moment.
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Doggone CrazyDoggone Crazy
10/17/09 9:49 p.m. Five dogs have been barking nonstop while a large, loud party is going on.
The blaring music from the stereo had caused a ruckus, inside and outside of the usually peaceful house. Today was a special day; it happened to be a teenager's birthday, and she had invited all her friends for a sleepover and a wild dance party. The usual stuff for birthdays. The girl didn't have a care in the world, and loved to party. As for her friends, they were the same.
All night, the stereo blared, and neighborhood windows shook from the sound. The light from the teenager's room shone brightly, making the dancing teenagers black silhouettes on a square pane of glass. It was 9:30, and the birthday's girls parents were trying to sleep after a long, restless day. However, they never really got the chance to.
Neither did the neighborhood dogs.
The chorus of barking started with the teenager's bloodhound. The bloodhound was a dog that had suffered years of neglecting from the