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KaitoxLen ch 6
Len sat puzzled stareing at the red head then the blue. there was a long awkward silence before akaito coughed. "well long time no see" akaito steped baq smirking, getting the fullest look of his brother.
'hey kaito do something' len just watched as his blue lover flinched to his brothers touch.
"akaito please go away" len sighed, all in all he didnt look to pleased either.
"my my arent we aggresive" akaito leand til he was face to face with len. both having a static shock of anger
"akaito i got the sake" a voice yelled from down stairs. akaito sighed pulling himself away from the blonde and slightly brushing his fingers along kaito spine.
"take care" those simple words that escaped his mouth flustered len to an state. "that ass" was all he could squeeze out of his mouth.
"len watch the language kay" kaito ran his finger through the blonde locks.
"im not goin to ask what any of that was becuz i trust you" len frowned he was somewhat curious but then again why give him bad memouries plu
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