Kitten Training 101Submitted by asmasta808 at 2019-02-19 11:44:29 EST
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Marisaki Yuri has the entire class under her control, one way or another. The boys all have crushes on her or are scared of her, and the girls all want to be her friend. Everyone, that is, except the unusually intense boy who spends most of his time reading in the back of class. He's never seemed to engage with her or anyone else, and she see's this as a threat to her control of the class.
After several attempts to lightly tease or flirt with him fail, she finally gets angry enough that she snatches his newspaper out of his hands, leaning over his desk flashing cleavage, and asks him if he even likes girls. His response is to take the newspaper back, roll it up, and smack her on the head, before leaving class. This infuriates her even more. The next day she comes at him again, threatening him by saying she'll claim he's been bullying and harassing her after everyone saw him "hit" her. Unless, that is, he happens to try being really nice to her and treating her to lunch. The boy's response is to take a small spray bottle out of his bag, and spritz her in the face with water. While she sputters, he tells her he won't hit her again, that kittens can be trained propperly with just a little water whenever they start causing a ruckus for attention.
What you find out, however, is that the boy is unnaturally socially awkward and shy. His intensity comes from a combination of his height, and an inability to feel comfortable with people, only with cats. What follows is a comedy of errors as the two principal leads snipe back and forth at each other, the girl trying to get the guy under her thumb, and the guy being unable to deal with her as anything but a cat acting out for attention because it's literally the only way he can contextualize their relationship.