Keitaro hummed, walking along the pavement, straight up to the wooden garage, a crowbar in hand. - Now, I know what you're thinking. Up to no good, eh? Why, far from it!...Well, for the most part, anyway. He was sure that it would frustrate Kat, but Christmas wasn't Christmas without a little frustration!
So, jamming the crowbar inbetween the two doors, he gave it a firm tug in the correct direction, and...Ta-da! The teenager was in! With a cheerful whistle, he entered the large space, pulling the entrance to afterward, just incase anyone happened to pass by, and told Kat what he was up to. With him, Keitaro had brought a backpack, with three large rolls of wrawpping paper sticking out. Three? Why on Earth would he need three?
Dumping the bag on the floor, Keitaro soon set eyes on the large pile of empty cardboard boxes, of all shapes and size.
Now, it was time to get to work.
Within minutes, the boy had almost finished. He'd done the typical trick of starting with one tiny, itty-bitty box, where a small note would sit.
"Be Mine." would be the corny line on the blank paper - Hey, we all know that Kat finds it hilarious when Keitaro acts all corny. Despite the possible heart attack that was at risk here, he couldn't help but give her a little something to roll her eyes at, too.
The small box was wrapped up in Christmas paper, then put inside anotehr, what he stuffed with cotton wool, and added a few weights into, ( so that it didn't feel like one big, empty, weightless box ) what he'd bought in his backpack, to prevent rattling. No way was Kat going to try and guess what trick he'd pulled this time. This process was repeated, time and time again, until he felt that she would be screaming and ripping her hair out by the time she reached the last box.
Then, he pulled out a rather long, red ribbon, and tied it around the box, with a big bow ontop. Grinning to himself, Keitaro eyed the stitched in "Kat." in white, embedded into the silky material.
All he had to do now, was stuff his things back into his back, and take the box to Kat, where he cou-- Crap. He hadn't thought of that part! That thing was pretty damn heavy now that he'd added weights!
The bloody things he did for this woman.