Nabiki speculated aloud about possible new girls, and quietly about potential new rivals.
Kasumi smiled and added that Ranma had seemed really eager to get going.
Akane broke her chopsticks, crushing them in her hand, and declared her complete lack of interest.
Akane's birthday was, in fact, the very next day. Nobody made the connection. Pretty typical.
Ranma stopped roof hopping. There. That looked to be the perfect store, and they even sold gift certificates according to the sign on the window. He'd have to hurry to get to Bakaro Street but then he could get the money and come here right after school.
A street gang composed of seventeen year old thugs called the Bakaro Street Boys had set up near a Middle School and was beating up on little girls on their way there. Ranma had picked the Bakaro Street Boys as his source of income for Akane's present because:
A) Nobody would care if he beat the hell out of these punks.
B) He didn't like bullies that beat up little girls.
C) He didn't have any money.
Then he could get Akane a nice present and not have to deal with the two fathers pulling some crap. Well, he could hope, couldn't he?
Tue Apr 29 03:34:46 2003