(I apologize for a ridiculously long wait. Plus.. I know not many of you like me suckering you, but I'm still deciding a song, for the concert. It will be in chapter eleven.$
(A few months after arrival in Glasgow).
Junior sighed, laying down on his bed. He said, "Paperwork bloody sucks." He'd just been through ten hours of paperwork for their concert in Edinburgh. He loved the opportunity to show the girls his hometown, and preform for it's people. But he hated the paperwork. That, and their agent freaking sucked. Junior and Minnie's mother sent him, to act as their agent and protect them, just in case. What sucked about him? He was crazy. He found Death, amusing. He always carried a gun, (multiple guns, actually) always wore purple (yet somewhat formal) and was always smiling. And laughing. His name? Junior didn't know it. He simple knew his first name, and last initial. Jack N. Junior always felt there was something wrong with their agent. He even began to question his mother's sanity.
He laid on his bed, waiting for something to happen. Then, he felt a hand on his chest. He saw Chi, laying next to him. She soon came up to him, and started nuzzling him. She asked, "What's wrong? We're here, we have a concert, and you have time to relax with us." She slightly opened her shirt, showing cleavage, "Relax. I'll get the others in here, and we'll have some.." She chuckled, "Real fun." She'd been planning. She'd fallen in love, not only with Junior, but also with Minnie and Mimi. She loved Minnie's caring, civilized manners, and her love of her brother. It maybe obsessive, but she loved it.
She'd already loved Mimi for a while, but now she was in love with three people (two of them women).
Junior said, "Personally, Chi, I like Ye, really I do, but I'd much rather just sleep right now. Ten hours, of stayin' awake, even for a Reaper, is far too much." He shifted, "Particularly, when it's spent doing lousy paperwork of all things!" He did however, send her off, with a kiss to her cheek. He fell asleep.
Chi put her hand to her cheek, surprised by Junior's kiss. She whispered, knowing Junior wouldn't hear her, "I'm never washing this cheek again."
She left, shutting Junior's door, and squealed into the pillow on her own bed. Squealing like a giddy schoolgirl. It might have been a minuscule thing, but she at least got a kiss from Junior. It's not one of the three places she wanted him to kiss, but it was still a kiss. She decided something. After they were done in Scotland, they'd tour all of Europe. Including France. She decided for her real plan, she'd wait for Paris.
She looked up, and saw what the other girls were doing. Minnie was practicing the traditional Scottish Highland dance. She wanted to be closer to her brother's culture, and felt this was a good way to do so. Her plaid skirt, however, was a bit shorter than the usual paid skirt.
Mimi was analyzing the heart shaped crystal, containing her mother's soul pieces. In the past two months, the five of them had been to seven of the eight Major Scottish cities they'd planned. Seven cities, seven pieces. However, Glasgow, being the largest city in Scotland, took four days to find it's piece. Mimi was watching it carefully, on her knees. Her face, looking at the crystal, watching it glow a distinct orange glow. It was pulsing, as if to say, 'there is one more piece in this country. Find it.' Problem.. Mimi's rear end, was staring Chi in the face.
Macreline was on her guitar. She was singing, "Rock of ages! Still rolling! Rock N' Rollin!" She'd been waiting for their concert. True, they didn't pick the song she was singing (unless their company told them to), but everyone needed to practice. Hell, whenever Junior wasn't doing paperwork, or hanging with the girls, he was practicing his guitar. Marceline even called Junior, 'the next Ozzy.' Granted, only she and Junior knew what that meant, but still.
Chi simply said, "Well, I should practice, myself." She picked up her keyboard, and started playing. She felt amazing, practicing. It helped her, to keep perfect on her instrument. Soon, she saw the others applauding. She blushed.
Soon, a knock was heard at the door, and Marceline answered it. It was their agent. He said, looking around, "Well, I hate to do this to you, but I can't stay very long. Her Majesty, is demanding my report." He handed her a briefcase, "Inside is everything you need to know, about the Edinburgh concert. I'll be back,once you're done." As he left, he said, "Before I go, I tell you this. My smile is only skin deep. Inside, I'm really crying. You might join me for a weep!" He started laughing, and left.
Marceline said, "Yep. Gotta agree with Junior. There is something wrong with that man." She brought the briefcase inside, and saw everything they needed to know about the concert in Edinburgh. The only thing they didn't know.. The song to play they'd ask Junior.. But he was sleeping. Once he woke, maybe.
(Meanwhile. Lucifer's horn).
The Big Four were climbing up the mountain, being attacked by the enemy. Hunson ripped them apart, Aku tore through them like shreds. Grim sliced them like bread. Mandy shot her opponents. Almost like she had an unlimited number of bullets. Soon, the last one was dead. Mandy's phone sounded.
Grim asked, "May I ask, why you entrusted the training of our children, to two mass murderers? Or why you made a clown-like madman, their agent."
Mandy replied, "First, Jason guards the vault. His training the kids, is simply being assigned higher pay. Him and Ol' Fred have put their differences aside, in the name of serving me. I entrusted the clown with their safety, because I know he can do it." She answers her phone, "What is it?"
Her man on the other side said, "Only four places in Europe have the enemy been sighted. Kids are safe, getting ready for their concert in Edinburgh. Money involved for all of us. Me, them, Fred and Jason, and all four of you."
Mandy, nor wanting to pass up a chance for more money said, "Good. Make sure that we get it. All of it. I want my share." She hung up, "Alright, let's keep going."
(Back in Glasgow).
Junior was woken by his little sister. She said, "Brother. It's time to plan. Our concert in Edinburgh is just two days away!"
Junior said, "Alright." He got up, and walked into the room. He saw the papers and said, "Well, everything's in order. We just need to decide a song."
The five of them stood there, wondering about what song to play.
(I hope I won't be Long for the next one).