Over a hot cup of tea (Toriko Fan Fiction)There is a quaint café on the corner of a street that brews the most amazing coffee and tea. In fact, it was so amazing that certain customers could not start their day unless they had a cup of favorite caffeinated beverage. However, on one humid morning, there was a small sign hung on the door that saidOver a hot cup of tea (Toriko Fan Fiction) by MissCherryVampire
‘Closing Down due to unfortunate circumstances. We apologize to all of our faithful customers and newcomers. Thank you for your kind understanding.'
Of course none of the customers took this news quite nicely. Some were even so bold to rip down the notice to prolong the disappointment to other customers who would feel their pain. However, despite all their efforts, the owner-a plump elder woman- insisted that she had no choice but to give up her business because of her health and lack of staff. She loved her café but she could not keep it any longer. She would sell it and bitterly remain at home with her lonesome self and a noisy parrot to keep her company. Nev
Observing a hulking specimen (Toriko Fan Fiction)Mix knows it was rude to stare but she really couldn’t help it. He was huge and intimidating and obviously not a normal human being and she liked it. She listened to another guest whisper that they could not stay any longer in the restaurant and they got up and left. The waiter who was assigned to her looked very worried as more and more guests left without even bothering to order food. Mix felt sorry for him as he teared and teared as his memo book nervously.Observing a hulking specimen (Toriko Fan Fiction) by MissCherryVampire
“What are we going to do?” he asked, “We are already out of food! Is he ever going to stop?!”
Mix pocked him on his shoulder, “Um who is he?” Mix asked.
The waiter looked at her, “Zebra-sama a self-proclaimed food connoisseur but no one wants him in their restaurant because he gives you a bad reputation.”
Mix looked confused, “How can you get a bad reputation from him eating all that food?”
The waiter torn his
Souvenirs d'une nuit Des soirées comme ça, il aurait tant aimé en avoir davantage. Ces soirées reposantes, relaxantes, où seul le calme de la nuit servait de musique.Souvenirs d'une nuit by GueparddeFeu
Coco avait toujours aimé le silence, et surtout depuis qu’il avait une trentaine de femmes (si ce n’était plus !) agrippés à ses bras, gloussant à la moindre de ses paroles et hurlant son nom à tout va. Et maintenant qu’il fréquentait de nouveau Toriko et que ça l’amenait souvent à partir en voyage, il appréciait encore plus son ami le Silence. Les autres lui demandaient parfois comment il faisait. Habitué à se reclure dans sa maison perchée au sommet d’une plateforme rocheuse, ça ne le gênait pas plus que ça à vrai dire. Tout ce calme... C’était parfait pour se détendre, pour repenser à certaines chose
The Singing Chef: The Battle RagesAs Toriko fought all the enemies in his path Éclair couldn't help but worry tirelessly. She pulled out her machete and walked toward the shattered glass. Mansom grabbed the girl’s hand, "What are you doing?" She turned to him with nervous eyes, "I can't let him fight alone. There are too many of them." The old man laughed, "Have you not seen the board? People are bidding on Toriko for a reason. He wouldn't have jumped in if he didn't expect to handle the situation." Her eyes were still scared and amplified. Mansom smiled reassuring her, "You're a good partner Éclair." She shook her head, "We aren't partners, just good friends." Another loud roar sounded and her eyes were glued back into the coliseum. A new challenger was entering the ring. Mansom got immediately on the radio, "Rin that better not better not be the Devil Python. Calm it down, now!" "Too late, the Battle Fragrance has been pouring out this whole time. Super Relaxation Fragrance won't help now. Tell ToThe Singing Chef: The Battle Rages by TheRainingPeach