A/N- This story is basically a random thought I had while watching Saiki. Also, sorry if there is any OOC-ness. I'm not very good at writing Saiki's parents.(or anybody else for that matter) Saiki is fifteen in this fic.

Disclaimer: I do not own The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. or Harry Potter

"Talking"

Thinking

Kusuo commenting on how stupid people are

Chapter One

Saiki stared in disbelief at the letter in his hand. Yare, Yare*. What type of a prank is this?

Dear Mr. Saiki, It said, We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Please find enclosed a list of books and equipment. Term begins on September first. We await your owl by no later than July 31st.

Yours sincerely,

Minerva McGonagall

Deputy Headmistriss

P.s. Due to some complications you did not receive your letter on your eleventh birthday. The Headmaster, Professor Dumbledore, will be visiting your home to explain things to you on July first.

Saiki shook his head in bewilderment. This had to be some kind of elaborate prank. But who would put this much time into something like this? There was, of course, an easy way to find out. He removed his see-through gloves and touched a finger to the mysterious letter.

*In case you didn't know, Yare Yare means good grief, oh boy, oh my, or something similar. It has no fixed translation.


An elderly woman sighed as she stood in front of a gargoyle. "Acid pops," She said, and the gargoyle moved aside to reveal a spiraling staircase. She quickly walked up it, and arrived at a fancy looking door. She pushed it open without knocking, and revealed an old man sitting at a desk. He looked up in surprise from a letter he'd been writing.

"Minerva," he said, "To what do I owe this unexpected visit?" The woman, Minerva, sniffed disapprovingly.

"It seems that there is a young wizard that the Ministry failed to notice. He is fifteen now, and has had no magical education."

The old man sighed heavily.

"This is troublesome," He said. "Well, I suppose you should send him the normal letter, but add a postscript informing him that I will be visiting his home on July first. Thank you for informing me of this, Minerva."

The woman took this as invitation to leave, and did so.


Saiki sat on his bed staring at the wall blankly.

Yare, Yare. So it is true. This has got to be the strangest thing that's happened to me so far. He got up from his bed. He supposed he should've been pretty freaked out, but, when you're a psychic, you learn to accept things pretty fast. He supposed he would have to put his plans on hold for today. He was going to watch a B rated movie called Zombies in the Snow, but it looked like he wouldn't be able to do that until he got this sorted out.

He supposed he should show the letter to his parents. After all, July first was in two days, and they would probably freak out if a strange man came to their door claiming their son was a wizard. He walked into the kitchen, grateful that it was a weekend and both his parents were home.

His mother was baking. His father was standing behind her, thinking about how cute she looked in an apron.

Yare, Yare, Saiki said telepathically. His father jumped an spun around to face him.

"Kusuo!" his father exclaimed. "Don't sneak up on me like that! I was admiring your mother!" Saiki rolled his eyes, and pointed to the letter in his hand. His father looked confused.

"Eh? What's that?" He asked. Saiki rolled his eyes again.

Read it. His father took it.

"Um... Kusuo?" He said when he was done. "You don't actually believe this, do you? Looks to me like some type of prank."

I used psychometry. It is real. His father stared at him.

And promptly fainted.

Yare, Yare.

"Honey?!" His mother ran over. (Finally, it took you long enough to notice something was going on) "What's wrong?! Oh my god Kusuo! He fainted!" Kusuo sighed.

He's fine. Just leave him on the floor. Kusuo handed his mother the letter. She looked up after a moment, confusion written on her face.

"I don't understand, Ku. Is this some type of prank?" She asked. Kusuo shook his head.

His mother didn't faint, but she did pale considerably.

"So you have to go to this school, then?" She asked. Saiki shrugged.

Going to this school might have its benefits. It's likely that everyone that goes there are all really psychics, and they just call their abilities magic. If so, going there could help me control my powers without my limiters. Of course, if that's the case, why didn't that annoying medium and Aiura get an invitation? Maybe they aren't powerful enough...

His mother sighed.

"Well," she said. "There really isn't much we can do in the way of making decisions until we learn more about this school, and that'll have to wait until Monday, when that Headmaster comes by."


Finally, after two days of worrying (In Kurumi's case), July first finally came.

Saiki Kuniharu woke up and wondered why he had taken off work that day. Was something important going to happen?

Saiki Kurumi woke up and started worrying.

She worried about Kusuo making friends if he went to that school.

She worried about him losing his limiters and blowing up the earth.

She worried about him finding a girlfriend and having his first breakup. (Though, to be honest, she did that everyday)

Saiki Kusuo woke up and wished everyone's troublesome thoughts would stop invading his head.

Then he said Yare Yare and got dressed.


A/N- So, how was it? I know it's a little short, but I wanted to see if anyone was interested in the idea and if I should continue it. Also, sorry if I didn't get the Hogwarts letter correct, my memory's a little fuzzy. Also, comment if you got the reference!