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Uesugi Riku-san. [Oct. 4th, 2006|12:27 am]
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Uesugi Riku
16, 1st Year Student, Hyotei S. High
M (uke)
Loves classical music, arts, fruit teas. Demanding.
Level of difficulty: A

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Choutarou walked into the room, dressed in a white button-down shirt and a pair of black pants. His violin case was tucked securely under one arm, just in case the client wants him to play.

Noticing the client sitting leisurely on one of the chairs, he walked over, grinning shyly at the client who looked up at him. Putting his violin down beside the chair, Choutarou bent down and bowed slightly. He took the smaller hand and placed a gentle kiss on it, turning on his shy silent charm.

"Uesugi Riku-san? Welcome to Hyotei Host Club."
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From: (Anonymous)
2006-10-03 05:29 pm (UTC)

Riku

With sharp eyes looking at the calculated "charm", Riku lifted an elegant eyebrow and pulled his hand away. Peering down, he noticed that the host had brought a violin case with him. "Oh, i do hope you'll be playing that for real and not bring it just to impress me." With his haughty voice, Riku gave the host a piercing stare.
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From: chouta
2006-10-03 05:39 pm (UTC)

Re: Riku

"I'll play if Riku-san requests it," said the host softly. He wondered briefly to himself if he was trying too hard to please the client, who didn't look impressed at all.

"Aa, you like fruit tea ne? Would you prefer blueberry or raspberry?" Choutarou asked, deciding to act his normal self instead of trying to be charming. That was, after all, Atobe-buchou's talent and not his. He gave the client a lop-sided grin, still standing as he awaited the client's order.
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From: (Anonymous)
2006-10-03 06:38 pm (UTC)

Riku

"I want Passion fruit-flavored tea. And blueberry cheesecake, no not those imitation but REAL cheesecake. Serve them in the best tableset you have here. And hurry. I still want you to play Johann Pachelbel's [Canon in D major] on that violin of yours. I expect you to at least be able to play such a common song!'Sides you're from the Junior High section Hyotei no less! You better not bring shame to the school's name!" Crossing his legs, Riku bade his host to set off immediately and start on his service already. The sun was getting onto his nerves.
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From: chouta
2006-10-04 02:16 am (UTC)

Re: Riku

With a nod, Choutarou hurried off. Once out the room, he gave a soft sigh. The profile had stated that the client was demanding, but he haven't expected him to be this demanding.

He returned to the room few minutes later with the tea and cheesecake, served in the best tableset they had, as requested. Smiling shyly, he placed the tray down and put the tea and cheesecake in front of Riku.

Noticing that the sun was shining on his client, he stood up and pulled the curtains half-close so that the sun wouldn't bother him. "Erm, is this better? Or should I keep the curtains open?"
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From: (Anonymous)
2006-10-04 07:13 pm (UTC)

Riku

Rolling his eyes as if THAT were obvious, Riku haughtily commented as he took a sip of his tea, but not without inspecting the tea set before hand. "It took you enough time to notice that the sun was too bright. My poor eyes can't take in the strong sunlight." With an exagerated sigh, Riku placed his tea elegantly on the table. With his eyes closed, once could still feel the aura of elegance emitted from him. "You may start playing on that violin of yours. What brand is it?" For once, his voice and eyes held a certain gentleness and was not harsh like before. Music was really a soft spot for the young master of the Uesugi family, which was well known for their Music business but was traditionally well known for producing great Tea Masters. In other words, Uesugi name was not to be played with. Though not as high up the heirachy as Atobe, but it was still significant.
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From: chouta
2006-10-04 08:47 pm (UTC)

Re: Riku

"Aa, I'm sorry for my inattentiveness, Riku-san," the host said, giving him a sheepish look.

Opening his violin case, Choutarou took out his violin, holding it carefully in his large hands. He held it out to his client with a smile, letting Riku have a good look at it.

"It's a Stradivari. Erm... Forgive me if I don't do the piece justice," he said with a bow. Then he positioned the violin properly, tucking it securely under his chin. Once he was ready, he played the requested piece: Canon in D Major.
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From: (Anonymous)
2006-10-05 10:06 am (UTC)

Riku

Riku relaxed into the sofa, occasionally sipping tea or having a bite of his cheesecake. He was not all that surprised really, to hear such good techniques the other had on the violin. Afterall, Sakaki, his previous music teacher had once or twice mentioned about the musical prodigy who played tennis almost as well has he did on the violin. In fact, the whole reason he came to the Host Club was to see this prodigy in real life.

"Ootori-san, I want to walk around school. It's been a while since I last stepped into the Jr. High section."
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From: chouta
2006-10-05 02:56 pm (UTC)

Re: Riku

Choutarou stopped playing and looked up at his client, blinking in confusion. He put his violin back into the case carefully, and then stood up, slightly disappointed. Had Riku-san thought that he hadn't played well enough? Maybe he shouldn't have brought the violin, but when he heard that the client was a music-lover, he had thought that the client might enjoy listening to him play.

"Ano.... Riku-san, did I... Aa, never mind. You want to walk around the school ne? Let's go then," the host said, holding out an arm to the smaller male.
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From: (Anonymous)
2006-10-05 05:17 pm (UTC)

Riku

Riku took a look at the offered arm and turned away in arrogance. Standing up, he made his way around school. Nostalgia took over the older boy.

Walking to every inch of the school, Riku had suddenly turned to the tailing host. "I'm bored. Entertain me." all haughtiness that was gone before had resurfaced.
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From: chouta
2006-10-05 06:59 pm (UTC)

Re: Riku

"As you wish. Would you like to go to the art room and have a look? Or if you don't mind, I could play for you again. If you'd like to do something else it's fine with me too," Choutarou said, surprisingly patient.

He leaned forward and reached out to tuck a lock of hair behind Riku's ear, smiling down at him gently. "You look better if your hair isn't covering your face, Riku-san, if you don't mind me saying."

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From: (Anonymous)
2006-10-08 08:29 am (UTC)

Riku

Slap. "Ootori-san, no one said you could touch me." Turning away, Riku made his way to the (amazingly already there! I could've sworn he had telepathy!) black limousine, where someone was already at the door, holding it open for the Uesugi Prince.

"Never touch me without my permission. Drill that in your head before making your way to Senior High." With that, the limousine drove off.
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From: chouta
2006-10-08 08:36 am (UTC)

Re: Riku

Choutarou scowled a little to himself. "Who says I'm going to Hyotei Senior High anyway? I'll only go if Shishido-san does."

He walked back to the room to pick up his violin, and sat down on the chair with a soft sigh. "Aaa, looks like I didn't do well with this client."
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From: hyotei_hostobu
2006-10-11 04:45 pm (UTC)
Credit will be given where credit is due Ootori and one has to commend you for the considerable amount of patience you have shown in dealing with your client.

However, as you have failed to to make him happy, you will only be awarded with 23 points.
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