"As you all know the Spring Concert is in nine more days and I assume you all already picked what you're going to be doing, right?" Matsumoto asked the class who immediately replied with 'Yes ma'am'.
"Good. So by the end of class, I want each of you to write down on a piece of paper what your performance will be and then pass it down your row," the teacher instructed the class to do before going back to taking there attendance.
"Damn, I forgot all about that," Erin groaned. She laid her head on the desk, trying to figure out what to do.
"Well why don't you sing back up for me?" Sora chimed in, turning around in her seat to face Erin.
"How about no?" Erin replied, peering up at the redhead.
"Just offering, so what are you planing on doing?" Sora said, with a shrug of shoulders. Shoving her face into her arms again, Erin let out a loud groan and shook her head in a 'no' motion. Indicating she didn't know what she was gonna do.
Chuckling softly, Sora offered, "Why don't you sing? Are you good at singing?"
"Hmm... I guess I could."
"Yay, what are you going to sing?" Sora asked happily.
Sitting up, Erin began to think. She was thinking if it should be a slow song or a fast song. And maybe she could ask Page to join her. Page is great at dancing and singing. Hmm... So a Duet.
"Ohhh, how exciting!"
Erin didn't seem to realize she said that out loud. Laughing sheepishly, she said, "I don't know, probably not."
"Why not?" Sora asked, pouting.
"Because I don't know any good duet songs and I don't have a partner. So yeah, it's out of the question."
"Oh boo, what a bummer."
"Yeah, what a bummer," Erin muttered absent mindly, resting her check in the palm of her hand.
"Well Erin, when will you decide on telling him?" Page asked as they walked down the hall of Ouran. The last period of the day had ended five minutes ago, and they were on there way to the host club. Usually, Page would usually go home and occasionally visit, but today, she intended to stay and make sure Erin did what she had to do, whether she liked it or not.
Erin rolled her eyes, knowing exactly what Page was asking of her, and then proceeded to become irritated by the fact that she was being forced to do something extremely stupid. Why is she supposed to do it, even if she thought it was pointless or in other words a huge mistake? Oh, that's pretty easy, Page threatened Erin if she didn't tell him she would.
Such a great friend.
"Never!" Erin finally spanned, growing more annoyed by the second.
"Suit yourself, I'm actually looking forward to telling him myself. It should be interesting to say the least," Page said mischievously, her lips turning upward into a devilish grin that mirrored the twins. Yep, she has been around the twins way too long, thought Erin, feeling a bit creeped out.
Groaning inwardly, Erin came to a decision. She'll have to be the one to tell him. Even if she really, really didn't want too. It'll be better if Mitsukuni heard it from her instead of Doctor Evil.
Taking a deep breath, Erin uttered the words she didn't want to speak, "Fine, I'll tell him."
"I knew you'd see it my way."
Like any other day, Erin wore the stupid whore of a costume and served tea and baked goods to stuck up - yeah, you could use your imagination for that one.