Liralen Li (liralen) wrote,
Liralen Li
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Drabble: To The Showers!

Requester: xkatchy
Fandom: Bleach
Characters: Abarai Renji, Hisagi Shuuhei
Prompt: Off-duty
Rating: PG - for nothing but steam



Renji groaned as he entered the barrack baths. Shuuhei was slumped on a bench, too tired to even turn on the water.

"Lazy ass," Renji growled.

"Slacker," Shuuhei shot back.

"Idiot."

"Vice-Captain...." Both of them snickered.

Renji turned on the nearest two showers, and Shuuhei yelped. "I've still got my clothes on."

Renji rolled his eyes even as he stripped. "I'm so not helping you with that."

Shuuhei growled and stripped off his soaking wet hakama and gi. They stepped under hot water, and it took blood and dirt eddying through the tiles at their feet.

Shuuhei sighed, "Off-duty. Finally."

Tags: bleach, drabble, fanfic
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