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/人◕‿‿◕人\ ([personal profile] koyuki) wrote in [community profile] southofreality2012-01-02 01:07 am

2 QMi flash fics, sort of

Title: untitled flash fics
Rating: G
Word Count: 157
Genre: Humor/Fluff
Fandom: Super Junior
Pairings: Kyuhyun/Zhou Mi
Warnings: none
Summary: Zhou Mi and Kyuhyun are bunnies. They face bunny-related problems.
A/N: Written for various people throughout the year, features Kyuhyun and Zhou Mi as Sanrio's Sugarbunnies.


(mimi is the white bunny because he has pretty eyelashes




Once upon a time, Zhou Mi the bunny wanted to get a certain somebunny's attention so he came up with a ~plan.

He gathered flowers and knelt outside the window and sang until Kyuhyun the bunny poked his head out the window.

"Kuixian!" Zhou Mi yelled. "Come down! I have flowers!"

So Kyuhyun ran downstairs, grabbed them, and nommed.

"Why are you so mean to me Q_Q" Zhou Mi asked.




(the other side)

Once upon a time, Kyuhyun the bunny was hungry. Then he heard somebunny sing he poked his head out the window to see what it was all about.

“Kuixian, I have flowers,” Zhou Mi the bunny said. So Kyuhyun rushed downstairs, grabbed them, and nommed.

"Why are you so mean to me Q_Q" Zhou Mi asked.

“Why are your eyelashes upsidedown?” Kyuhyun asked.

“…You think very strange things,” Zhou Mi said.

Then they did as bunnies do… and fell asleep in an adorable pile of fluffy roundness.

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