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Fiction Town (Part 3)The Stadtder Fiktion daycare was not the only place in town where children were starting to congregate; or, rather, not the only place the young were gathering."Now, listen up and listen closely, 'ya get me?"A young man with a buzz cut covered by a backwards ball cap smirked, propping his wooden bat against his shoulder. "You're new here, so you have a lot to learn about how things work. This ain't your typical high school, you know? The town's too small, everyone knows everyone. Yer gonna see a lot of classification going on. Trust me, everyone's in a clique, and if you think you're not in a clique, you're wrong. We'll just have to see where you fit, my man."Beside him was the boy he'd decided to 'take under his wing', a scrawny kid in a button-up and slacks with his nose five inches from the PSP he was carrying. He looked up briefly at his 'mentor'."Somehow, it seems like I've given you the impression that I give a shit. I could care less about your stupid school life. I don't ca
Fiction Town (Part 2)Tohru Sohma was the most trusted woman in all of Stadtder Fiktion. It was such a small town that most people preferred to have their children stay home until they were old enough to attend school at Fiktion Elementary, and that put quite the crimp in some parents' work schedule. It is a fact universally know that it is difficult to raise a child, and though some are more apt to it than others, even those few can have a hard time of it.Tohru Sohma was a lifesaver. She swept into town one day, no one could remember exactly when, and bought out an old building scheduled to be demolished. And then, with the help of her husband, she rebuilt and refurbished the building by hand and called it a daycare.She was sweeter than cream and kinder than summer rain; she was very loved by everyone and the children couldn't get enough of her. Some ladies still liked to gossip, because her husband would sometimes leave for days, weeks even, on martial arts retreats, and it was so easy to think th