Fool's Gold: Part 38
by, 17th June 2011 at 02:57 PM (207 Views)
Since the last entry was altered by a glitch or something, here's the next part.
I was at Mt. Moon, hoping to catch Clefairy and sell them to wealthy collectors. I needed to make money if I wanted to continue to life the life of luxury I had since becoma accustomed to.
And then I saw Ginger.
"Ginger!" I roared. "What the hell, man?! Are you stalking me?"
"What are you doing here, Lindy?" he said with an exhausted sigh.
"None of your business, you hideous, disgusting, friendless, abusive, unlucky, thieving, stalking asshole."
"I'm here training to be the Champion of Kanto. I already have three Badges. Shouldn't you be Challenging the Elite Four by now."
"Like you don't know I already defeated them," I said, mixed between anger and pride. "And I'm the Champion of Johto, thank you very much."
"HEY, YOU TWO!" someone called.
Who's the wet redhead
That's a battling machine to all the chicks?
You're damn right.
"Your lyrics suck," I said to her. "Who the hell are you?"
"Misty," Ginger told me.
"I'm not talking to you, Ginger."
"The song-caption thing just said her name."
"Enough!" Misty snapped. "Both of you need to get out of Mt. Moon!"
"Because I'm holding the Couple's Ball here tonight."
"Is that a new Pokeball?" I asked.
The redheads stared at me, and I realized stupid what I said was.
"No," Misty said. "the Couple's Ball is an event I'm holding. It'll be a romantic soiree for all the couples."
"How sweet," Ginger said uneasily.
"Hmm...you two would make a cute couple."
"WHAT?!" Ginger and I screeched.
"Come on, you two should join!" Misty said. "Besides, a lesbian couple would certainly show that we're a diverse and accepting event."
"I just want a Gym battle," Ginger said.
"You two can battle me after we finish the Ball."
Before I could take out a Pokemon to take Misty out and steal her Badge, the girl forced us out of the cave. Several people passed us by, carrying lights and Repels.
Oh well, time to get ready for tonight.
"How do I look, Ginger?"
"Better than me."
"Ginger, just wear a suit," I said.
We met with Misty at seven. We mingled with a few of the other people, including a rich man and his granddaughter. I made sure to smack all the waiters to show my dominance.
"Why do you do that?" Ginger asked me.
"Do what?" I asked, lighting up a cigarette.
"Hit people, bully people."
"I'm showing them who's boss."
"But why? Why do you need to do that? They probably know you're the Champion."
"A title means nothing. You always have to show how important you are."
"Just shut up, it'll make this whole thing go much much faster."
Misty walked up to us and said, "There you are!"
"Wow!" I gasped. "Misty, you look so nice! Now can we battle?"
"Thanks!" Misty said. "AND NO! You are not going to ruin this for me, you nastly, spoiled, rude, sociopathic, mean-spirited, hostile, evil little creep!"
Ginger snickered. I grabbed a fork from the table and jabbed him in the thigh.
Misty continued, "Why don't you two start dancing?"
"The bitch just stabbed me!" Ginger wheezed.
"Don't you ruin this for me, you little bitch. When Ash, Brock, and Tracey come, I want them to see all my hard work."
Misty grabbed us by the arms and forced us to the dance floor.
"This is very uncomfortable, isn`t it?"
"Don`t talk, Lindy. it`ll make this whole thing go much faster."
"You know, I haven`t forgiven you for what you did."
"But I didn`t do..."
"Why`d you stop?" I asked.
"I`m never going to get anywhere with you," he said. "You`re just going to believe what you want and never change. I`m too busy to waste my time."
He walked out on me. When Misty called out for him, he told her that the Badge wasn`t worth all this.
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