Momoi acting like a big sister to Murasakibara and basically babying him? I feel like in Teiko Momoi took care of him a lot. Please make it in high school setting~
The package he had received had been filled with frilly pink squiggles of paper instead of packing peanuts. It didn’t take a genius to figure out who had sent it, despite the return address being blocked out so he couldn’t send it back. Inside, boxes upon boxes of healthy snacks and quick books to read were stacked onto one another. Reaching in, Murasakibara pulled out the first thing his hand bumped into.
“These are gross,” he grumbled, nose wrinkling at the sight of a snack he already knew he hated.
His cell phone ringing on top of his desk caught his attention. It wasn’t hard for him to simply reach over and pick it up from its spot. Though, from what the caller ID was telling him, he wasn’t sure he wanted to talk with the person on the other end of the line.
“Hello,” he answered when it was close to its final ring, voice hesitant.
“Mukkun, did you recieve the gifts I sent yet?”
Momoi sounded chipper as ever and, if he closed his eyes, Murasakibara swore he could see her smiling face. His affirmative grunt was met with a squeal of delight and it almost made him reach for the button that would end the call immediately.
“I’m so glad,” she said, sounding relieved. “I wasn’t sure if your school would allow those kinds of things to be sent.”
They really shouldn’t have, Murasakibara thought to himself, but he couldn’t get a word in edgewise as Momoi continued to ramble.
“They’re supposed to be really good for you, so eat them, okay? I know you like your snacks, but you can’t eat that junk all the time.” At this point, Momoi was starting to sound like a scolding mother. “And read a little more instead of lying around all the time! I got you some books I think you’ll like too.”
She continued to chatter until a few hours later, her constant string of words practically making Murasakibara’s ear sore. When she finally said she had to go, he could’ve groaned in thanks, but held back the noise.
“I’ll talk to you another time, Mukkun. Keep an eye out for another package.” And then she hung up.
Leaning his head back against his mattress, Murasakibara groaned. Suddenly, he felt like he was back in Teiko where Momoi would constantly badger him about doing things to improve himself.
A small smile met his lips. At least some things didn’t change.