“My my, is that any way to greet an old acquaintance Jun?” She looked me over and gave a whistle. “You certainly have aged well my little Jun, I’m so glad that you didn’t scar, it would have ruined your beautiful face.” She reached out and gripped my chin harshly in her hands, smiling still. “After all, once you had finished with the school you had the nerve to get me fired after all. I don’t know how you managed to do it though, but I guess those wide eyes must have done it. You really are the most cunning little child I have ever met, aren’t you? Still seeing those “scary monsters” you used to come crying to me about?” I flushed in embarrassment and I heard Wayne stifle his laughter. She thrust my face side to side to examine me. “Though, the last time I saw you, you didn’t need glasses so maybe you were harmed, though I doubt your little mo-” I jumped her then, attacking her to the ground where she lay in surprise for a moment as I glared at her.
“Don’t you dare say a word against her! You can say whatever you want about me, but never say a bad word against her! We both know what happened the last time someone dared to do it and don’t think I can’t do it again!” She checked herself before she started to laugh, but we both knew that we felt her tremble slightly.
“Jun Jun. Alright I get it. You really should buy a woman a drink before you climb on top of her.” I jumped off of her body and fixed my uniform with a sigh. I turned to stare at the curtain that covered the window that I knew looked over the graveyard. I shivered before adjusting my glasses and headed back towards the door and she grabbed me by my collar. “Jun, sit your ass down. You aren’t an elementary student anymore so I won’t sweet talk you or wipe your tears. This is a class just like anything else and you will stay here till the bell rings, you understand?”