WHO: Sora & Cissie. WHAT: Sora's got a watergun. WHEN: Afternoon. WHERE: The apartment complex. RATING: PG.
It was never a good thing when Sora got bored. He usually got around to doing stupid kinds of stuff, like skateboarding down staircases or cupcake eating contests waged against some of the local kids in the neighborhood. Kids who were about ten years younger than himself and usually didn't care much that it was a contest at all; so long as they were getting cupcakes, they were happy campers indeed. Hanging out with little kids, injuring himself by skating down a flight of stairs, and so on were only the beginning of his escapades as the bored teenager with nothing to do, no one to see, and nowhere to go. It was his day off and, as such, if Sora didn't find something to do with himself soon he was going to probably end up going all kinds of stir crazy. Fortunately, with a mind like his, it wasn't too hard to figure out something. Maybe it wasn't the most appealing something to other people, but Sora was easily entertained. He filled up the big old water gun that he'd bought at the toy store a few weeks ago (it was on sale because it was winter), trudged out of his apartment, and began walking around. Pretending that he was a security guard or some kind of spy looking for bad guys that had infiltrated the building, Sora ducked from hall to hall, right up until he hit the kitchen.
It was there that he decided to hide inside of one of the cupboards. Clearly, it was a clever plan, as the enemy had to get hungry sometime. This was a public kitchen. The bad guys would think to go and steal their food, then they'd turn and wham. Sora would have them down on the ground, begging to be arrested before they knew it. He'd be a hero. You know, again.
Yes, Sora clearly had a very imaginative mind for an eighteen year old boy. But he liked being that way. It made life a whole lot more fun. He didn't want to turn into a big bore like Riku, now did he? As awesome as Riku could be, there were just some parts of his best friend that he did not want to take to himself. Like not being able to appreciate Santa or pull crazy stunts like this, where Sora completely planned on hiding in the cupboard until someone popped into the kitchen so that he could surprise them. Well, so long as that someone wasn't someone that would get angry about it afterward. Sora had to be really careful about that.