"Go for it!" Tsudouri smiles. Sara and Kasekimaru look at the black-haired twin in surprise.
"Thank you so much. I promise you it will be quick. I will be out of your hair."
"Nonsense, Oecilla-san, you're welcome to visit us any time!" Tsudouri invites. Oecilla bows with thankfulness to the twins. Sara and Tsudouri leave their room and shut the door.
"What do you think she's askin' em?" Sara asks her twin with a raised brow.
"I dunno, but it must be pretty important if Oecilla's asking spcifically for Kasekimaru's help!" Tsudouri answers. The front door to the Wakobe's home opens.
"Minna, I'm home with groceries!" the purple-haired monocular says with floating bags of groceries around her and a smile on her face.
"Oh hey Sis," Sara begins, "that was pretty fast."
"Well, it doesn't take too much time to shop when you already know what you're getting," Jigani explains.
"Well at any rate, you've made it just in time, 'cause Oecilla's here!" Tsudouri tells.
"Oh really? Where is she?" Jigani asks looking around as she sets the grocery bags on the table in front of the couch.
"She's talking with Kasekimaru in our room. Apparently she's asking him of a request or somethin'," Sara replies to Jigani. Jigani's eye widens.
"Wait, 'Silla and Kasekimaru are in your room together?" The monocular asks in shock.
"What's the worry, Ji? Oecilla's just asking for a favor. No harm in that, right?" Sara asks. Jigani stands in silence for a few seconds.
"Oh don't tel me Oecilla has a crush on Kasekimaru, too! Arrrrgh, if this keeps up, everyone will find out! Sara and Tsudouri are my sisters, and Oecilla is my best friend! Ack! No no no no no no no no no no no no no no no--"
"Jigaaaaaaniiii, yoohooooo~" Tsudouri exclaims waving her hand in front of Jigani's eye.
"Oh wha? Gomenasai. No there's no harm in that at all. Though Kasekimaru's an interesting choice, huh?" Jigani asks.
"We thought the same thing, too. Must be really important though," Sara replies.
"I'm going to have to tell Oecilla the truth because if I don't, I may end up saying something to the wrong person--or wrong people..."