Hi guys! I know it's been a while since I've updated this story. I've been working on my other fanfic, Story of Evil which is basically the story of how the Evil Series came to be (Daughter of Evil, Servant of Evil, ect.).
In case anyone was wondering, "Pantsu Nugeru Mon" translates to "I can take off my panties".
"Okay everyone, and that's a rap!"
We all cheered backstage as the crowd's clapping and screaming continued uninterrupted.
Miku burst through the door to the stage, her cheeks pink and her breathing heavy.
"Miku, that last number was great!" Kaito said, giving her a high five. She returned it weakly, but with a smile.
"I never get tired of that last note of World is Mine," Rin admitted.
"Seriously though, how do you hold that note?" I added. I opened my mouth and made a sad attempt to recreate the note. I cut it short, coughing. "Not fun."
Miku opened her mouth to reply, but instead of words, there was a little squeaking sound – much like the sound of a dog when its leash is pulled too hard in a popular Nintendo game Rin and I discovered way back when. I tried to stifle my laughter, but then I caught sight of Rin doing the exact same thing and we both ended up on the floor, crippled by laughter.
Kaito recovered first. "I guess we know why you only ever do that song last when we have a concert."
Miku crossed her arms in mock anger, but she couldn't stop her own smile.
Responding to the directions given to us by our managers and various other stagehands, we made our way out a secret hallway to a restricted area of the parking lot where we would pile into a limo that would take us back to our homes safe and sound.
Miku was just getting her voice back and we were all having fun at her expense.
"Yeah, I really liked the turnout of the crowd tonight," I said, "what did you think, Miku?"
She pressed her lips together, annoyed at us.
"Especially that adorable one that kept making eyes at you the entire concert, Miku. You know, third row, next to the aisle?"
Miku cleared her throat. "Next time I'm vetoing world is mine. This sucks." Her words dropped into scratchy silence near the end, proving her point.
Rin and I shared a mischievous smile and muffled laughter.
"Man, I have to convince the producers to put me in a concert," Kaito said, longing in his voice.
"Yeah, but what would you sing?" I asked, mentally flipping through a list of all of his songs, trying to think of a popular one.
Kaito opened his mouth to say something, then paused and closed his mouth with a frown.
Miku, overcoming her post-world is mine issues, added, "Yeah, all of your most popular songs are parodies."
"What? That's not true!"
Miku was nodding now. "Yeah it is! You've got Ice which is just Len's Spice and you have Melt which is just my Melt but about ice cream."
I nodded my agreement. "Kaito, do you have any songs that aren't about ice cream?"
"That are popular?" Rin said.
Kaito frowned again.
"Hey," Rin said, sparing Kaito our jokes. "Do you think they'd let me do another single at the next concert?"
Miku cocked her head. "But you don't… do singles. You and Len are a package deal."
When Rin hesitated, the smile fell from my face. "You don't like singing with me anymore?"
"No!" Rin said, waving her hands dramatically as if she could wave away the accusation. "Of course not! I was just thinking about the popular songs that I have. I mean, they let me sing Kokoro, but what else do I have? I'm sure I have enough popular songs to be able to sing another single at the next concert!"
"Of course you do," I said, mollified now that I was sure she still enjoyed our duets. "There's meltdown."
"I like you, I love you," Miku added.
"Daughter of Evil," Kaito said.
"But everyone's heard those so many times!" Rin complained. I patted her on the back reassuringly.
Miku shrugged. "That's the point. When you go to a concert, you want to know the songs they're going to sing."
Rin sighed. "I don't know. Oh, what if I did Demon Girlfriend or Chronophobia?" My sister suddenly sat up straight, her eyes gleaming with a new idea. "What about Pantsu Nugeru Mon? That one is fairly popular without being overdone, right?"
At that moment, Kaito went into a coughing fit and Miku hid her face in her hands.
"What?" Rin asked, obviously not catching on to what our costars were thinking.
Kaito attempted to steady himself, but failed. Miku had better luck. "Well, it's just… what would everyone think when we announced the name?"
"Well yeah, there's that. But the message is good!" Rin exclaimed desperately. "It's about-"
"Oh, I think we all know what it's about," Kaito said, finally calming down enough to speak.
"Then why is it a problem?"
"Well you see…" Kaito began.
"It's just…" Miku said.
"You can't really…"
"It'd just be too…"
"I mean, it just wouldn't…"
"There's just no way for us to…"
Rin and I stared at them mutely, waiting.
The car rolled to a stop in front of Rin's and my house.
Kaito sighed. "Okay, I'm going to whisper it into Len's ear and after we drop you guys off, he's going to tell you, okay Rin?"
Rin sighed in exasperation. "Fine, fine. Just go already."
Kaito leaned in and whispered. My eyes went wide. "Okay," I said, "I think I see your point now."
Miku and Kaito were still laughing when the car drove away.
Rin turned to me. "So why exactly can't I do Pantsu Nugeru Mon?"
"Oh god, not you too. Just tell me!"
I fought to get the words out. "It's just that… What would you wear when you sing it?"
Rin stared at me, blinking a couple times.
I couldn't help but chuckle at her expression.
Without saying anything, Rin turned around and went inside. The door slammed shut behind her.
And that was when I remembered that she had the key and I didn't. Crap.
I hope you guys liked it! By the way, if you haven't heard Pantsu Nugeru Mon, go listen to it! Seriously. It's not dirty at all and the message is pretty good… AND THE TUNE IS SO CATCHY! It'll have you singing by the third chorus! ^^
I'd love to hear some of your favorite vocaloid songs! Especially if they're slightly obscure. I need to find some new ones if I want to keep writing this fic… Just leave them in a review if you could.
Thanks for reading! I write because of you guys!