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Go Fish

by LittleMissNovella 0 Reviews

Category: Yu-Gi-Oh! - Rating: PG-13 - Genres:  - Characters:  - Published: 2010/06/30 - Updated: 2010/06/30 - 349 words

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The Month Long Journey

Disclaimer: I don't own Yu-Gi-Oh, fourkids does (or something like that...) Also anotherfan311 allowed me to continue this story!
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Go Fish

Out of all the tame games that Joey suggested (some of them being poker, and spin the bottle, and truth and dare), both Yugi (and Yami) agreed to play Go Fish. After all, the game was relatively simple, and it wasn't a game that made Yugi feel uncomfortable at all. Poker, he could play, but, Joey was the ultimate gambler, and was unpredictable when playing Poker, while spin the bottle was uncomfortable because Tea was the only girl on the trip, and hit Joey on the head when he even suggested. Truth and dare was out only because Yugi wasn't even sure if Yami wanted to tell all the truth, like whether or not he really liked Tea (cause, Yugi knows for the fact that Yami doesn't care for Tea like that all, actually Yugi, isn't even sure Yami understands the term "like-like").

"Alright, I am tired, and I am going to see if Tea is feeling better" said Tristan, and only Joey nodded back. Yugi had a feeling that the rest of the gang only did these games to distract himself as well as Yami from the inevitable fate that will happen (apparently Yugi and Yami needed to duel each other, in order for Yami to leave this-, well Yugi didn't want to go there at all.

"Yugi, you know everything will be alright" said Joey. And Yugi felt well, and Yami (who was brooding the entire time the gang was playing go fish, suddenly felt well.

'You know Yugi, he's right' told Yami to Yugi. Of course, Yugi was obvious to Joey cheating and stealing a card from his hand.

"Hey Yug, guess what, I win, I guess you are no longer the king of games, but don't worry, I won't even tell Kaiba about it" said Joey.

And the rest of the night was spent having fun and laughing with his friends. Nothing will ever break the bonds of friendship.
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