Pure Sprouting Life is a fanfic created by ShanDuh .

Author's NotesEdit

First ever Ouran fanfic. Hope you like it :3

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Junko Mei

Chapter 1Edit

“Junko, I’d like you to meet our new student Haruhi Fujioka. Haruhi is the one who got the scholarship this year. Since you had obtained the scholarship last year, I figured you would be the best candidate to give Haruhi a tour of Ouran.” Principal Suoh said, introducing a very odd looking Haruhi. Shaggy hair, outdated glasses, and an odd hand-me-down attire by the looks of it. Yup, definitely a commoner. I shouldn’t be talking, since I myself am a commoner. I had won the scholarship to Ouran last year, so I know how Haruhi feels right now. All new and shocked at how the rich and wealthy live.

I smiled at Mr. Suoh before bowing my head to Haruhi.

“Junko Mei, nice to meet you Haruhi. Since we’re both scholarship students, we should probably stick together, right?” I said, smiling at the nod that I received. I led the new student out and started the tour.

“So, Haruhi. Did you get a school ID?” I asked the boy, before being handed a card. I looked over the card and I was shocked.

“Wait, you’re a girl? You sure don’t look like it...” I said, speechless.

“A couple days ago, some kids in my neighborhood got gum stuck in my hair. Gum is hard to get out of hair, so I just cut it all off.” SHE said. I opened my mouth to say something, until I closed it just so I could sigh and nod.

“Understood... So, you can’t afford a school uniform?” I asked, looking back at the shabby clothes. She nodded.

“Yeah... These are my dad’s clothes... You can’t afford one either?” She asked, but I shook my head.

“If I saved up, I could get one. But have you seen the uniforms for girls? Blah, they are ugly. I love the color yellow, but not a pastel yellow on a poofy dress...If the dress was blue, then I’d wear it.” I said, shrugging my shoulders. Haruhi just tilted her head in confusion.

“What about the clothes your wearing? They look like a guy’s uniform..” She said, looking at my outfit. Indeed, I was wearing something that resembled the boys uniform.

I was wearing the blue blazer with the Ouran crest on the breast, but it had no sleeves. So it was more of a button up vest. Under my ‘vest’ I wore a white blouse with the standard tie which had a purple stripe down the center of it. Instead of pants, I wore a mid-thigh black skirt and purple leggings that ended right below my knee. On my feet, I wore black flats.

It wasn’t a frilly pastel yellow dress, so I was happy with that. Plus, my mother loves to make clothes with me, so one day during the summer I made this uniform.

“My mother and I made my uniform during the summer. She agreed that the yellow uniform was horrible, so she offered to help me out. Before this, I wore hand-me-downs too. So you’re not alone. If you want, my mother and I could hook you up.” I said, smiling. Haruhi shook her head.

“Nah, it’s fine. I don’t think I could pull something like that off anyways. I’d look awkward.” She said, rolling her eyes. I glared at her for a moment, but then my eyes softened as I looked over her figure. Or, lack there of.

“I guess you’re right about that... You don’t look like you have much of a chest, and my uniform was created to accentuate my chest and waist as focal points. But your situation could be fixed with some ruffles.” I said, comparing her A-cup to my C-cup.

“No way, no thank you.” She said, shaking her head. I shrugged my shoulders.

“Fine, if you say so... But trust me, people will think you’re a boy.” I said, not knowing how true that statement would be.

“I don’t really care. I only care about my education, not social stuff.” She said, shrugging her shoulders. I nodded.

“Understandable. I try to do the same. It doesn’t always work, since I crave social interaction. Since I’m a commoner, I don’t have that luxury.” I said, sighing.

“What do you mean?”

“Well, either no one wants to talk to a commoner, or their parents and friends don’t want to be bothered with commoners. It’s silly, really.”

“That’s stupid. It doesn’t matter how much money you have-”

“Money is only a small part of it. All you have to have is a social standing. But I don’t have that! My father works in the government as a detective, while my mother is a stay at home mom who designs clothes. No social standing, you see?” I tried to explain.

“Oh. Well, you got me.” Haruhi said, smiling. I smiled back, putting my arms around her shoulder and giving her a side-hug.

“I sure do! Now, I’ll see you later, kay? If you ever need me, I’m usually always in Library number 3.” I said. After she nodded, I turned at a hallway intersection and started walking down the hall.

“I gotta get to class!” I exclaimed, before starting an all out sprint as the bell rang, signaling that class has begun. Haruhi just waved before heading to class as well.