WARNING: THIS STORY CONTAINS WEIGHT GAIN, EXPANSION, FAT GIRLS, AND YURI, AS WILL ANY OTHER CHAPTER UNDER THE NAME OF AYU'S GAIN. IF ANY OF THESE ASPECTS DO NOT APPEAL TO YOU, YOU MAY NOT WANT TO READ THIS, OR ANY OTHER CHAPTER. BUT IF YOU DO READ IT, PLEASE DO NOT FEEL THE NEED TO LEAVE COMMENTS DISCOURAGING THOSE TO WHOM THIS DOES APPEAL. HAVE A NICE DAY.
Stupid homework! 16-year old Ayu Nishihara yelled as she threw her notebook against the wall of her room. Why do we need this stuff?! When am I ever going to need to find the square root of fractions?! I need a break!
She walked out of her room in a huff, with steam practically coming out of her ears. She got downstairs to the kitchen and grabbed a chocolate bar, munching on it angrily as she flopped down on the couch and flipped through the TV, not really paying attention to what was on.
She hated school, much less having to bring it home after it was done. The teachers were piling it on lately due to the fact that winter break was only a few weeks away and they had to get ready for the end-of-semester exams. Ayu sometimes didnt even get it done until her mom got home, which was about nine.
Her mom was the CEO of a big newspaper that circulated all throughout Tokyo, an hour's drive away. She was once a lowly photographer, but over time, she worked herself up the corporate ladder to #1, leaving less and less time to spend with Ayu. She would usually be gone by 4 in the morning, and sometimes wouldnt even be home until 3 the next morning. And even though they barely had any time to spend together, they had one of the closest mother-daughter relationships ever.
Since her mom was always home late, they would almost never eat dinner together. This left Ayu in charge of what she would eat, which was usually something microwavable with some chips and a few snacks. But because they were so close, they would celebrate any time they could eat dinner together with a big feast.
The chocolate bar disappeared rather quickly and Ayu groaned. Ugh
I guess its back to homework.
But first I need to go to the bathroom. she thought as she walked down the short hallway to the bathroom.
After her *ahem* business, she looked at herself in the mirror. No one could doubt she was pretty; it just wasnt enough to get that much attention from the boys. Her long, orange hair fell down her back, ending just above her rear. Her eyes were prairie-grass green, and would sometimes sparkle with a certain charm. She was really skinny, with breasts that werent too big: about a B-cup. She was 55 and 109lbs the last time she checked; then again, due to the stress of the extra homework and studying, shed been eating a bit more lately and hadnt been exercising
She walked back to the living room began to head upstairs, when she stopped. Should she have another candy bar
She walked back to her room, munching on a second candy bar. Its just chocolate. No big deal
Ayu was sound asleep in a homework-induced coma when she heard the door open. Mom was home.
Ayu stumbled down the stairs and found her mother, Nayami, standing in the doorway, trying to shake the winters cold off of her. She saw Ayu standing at the bottom of the staircase and smiled. Hi, honey, she said. Howre you doing?
Not so good, Mom, Ayu tiredly replied. I just finished my homework, Im hungry, Im tired, and I dont want to go to school tomorrow!
Well Im sorry to hear that, her mom said sympathetically, taking off her coat and putting it on the rack. Wait
youre hungry? Didnt you eat dinner?
Not really, I mostly just snacked.
well dont worry about it. Now remember, tomorrow, Im getting home early; so theres something to look forward to. Plus, tomorrows Friday, so its only one day from the weekend and a break from your oh-so-hectic-schedule, she added, mockingly.
Yeah, yeah. Now Im sorry, but Im really tired. Im goin to bed. Goodnight.
Alright, her mother called to her as Ayu trudged up the stairs. Goodnight!
She stepped into her room and changed into her old, worn, pink-and-blue-polka-dotted pajamas and made her way to her bed. She sat down on her bed for a moment, her legs dangling off the sides. She pulled down on her pajama top, noticing a slight tightness as a small bit of flesh showed up. She took a small bit of it between her dainty fingers and shook it slightly. Huh, she thought, laying down. Weird. It was her last thought as she drifted off to sleep
She was awoken the next morning by the sound of EEEEEEHHHHHHEHEHEH!!!! as her alarm clock went off. She wanted to take a hammer to the damn thing. She shut it off and groaned. Another pointless day at school, she said to herself, slowly getting out of bed.
She opened her closet door and took out her stupid uniform. It was a white short-sleeved blouse with a short blue skirt. And the stupid little blue bow; oh, how she hated that thing. It wasnt voluntary; you had to wear it. Otherwise youd get detention. She remembered the first time she wore her uniform; she was so excited, she fell asleep in it the night before. Now she just looked at it in disgust.
She slowly slid it on, making the various morning noises that usually come from a tired teenager, and walked out of her bedroom. On the other side of the door, she took the little note that her mom would always leave for her. It was usually a little reminder: Do your best on your test today, Im not getting home until midnight, Make sure to bring in the trash, stuff like that.
Todays was a little weird. Im coming home at six tonight, so dont snack too much!
What? Ayu wondered. Did she think Id forget? And whats with this last thing? Dont snack too much? What does she mean by that? Does she think Ive gained weight?
She did notice her uniform was a little harder to slip on this morning. And it does feel a little tighter now
She dismissed the thought and headed downstairs.
She walked into the kitchen and found something strange. There was a plate wrapped in tin foil sitting on the dining table with a post-it note on it. It said, Ayu, I hope you enjoy. Love, Mom.
What? Ayu thought, slowly taking the foil off. Breakfast? Mom never makes me breakfast. Her eyes immediately grew large as she saw what the foil was hiding. There, sitting in front of her, was an incredibly large omelet with ham, cheese, mushroom, green peppers, and other miscellaneous items. Oooooohhh
She picked up her fork and stared at the plate with gluttonous hunger in her eyes. Her mom was easily Japans best cook in Ayus eyes, specializing in Western food. She could use every spice known to man to make any meal she made something wonderful; whether it be a simple omelet or exotic delicacies that no one can pronounce.
She started out slow, savoring the different tastes of egg, cheese, ham, everything. But as she kept eating, her appetite started to get the best of her, and her speed increased. Food was being thrown into her mouth, making her salivate slightly. Cheese dripped onto her uniform, but she didnt notice. She was too busy enjoying the flavors of the best breakfast shed had all year. She didnt even notice that a slight bulge forming in her midsection
She leaned back in her chair, plate empty and stomach full. She burped loudly, covering her mouth and blushing. Excuse me! she said to the people who werent there. She looked down at her belly and saw a small bulge that formed that due to her excessive eating. Huh? Was that there before?
Something moved in the corner of her eye. She looked and saw her tabby cat, Momo. She had white fur with a large, light brown spot on her back. She was an old cat; Ayus mom bought Momo for her on her first birthday. Ayu loved Momo; ever since she first saw her. She would be the person (or, well
cat) she would talk to about things that were too personal for friends or family; it was nice to talk to someone who cant talk back.
Ayu stood up (slowly) and walked over to Momo. Hi, Momo! she said. Do I look fat to you? She laughed and petted her head.
A slight drone sounded as the bus rolled down her street. Ayu groaned and grabbed her coat and backpack. She was about to walk out the door when she caught a glimpse of herself in the mirror by the door.
Her big breakfast showed on her quite nicely. A slight roundness formed in her belly region that wasnt there before. Cheese stains were not only on her uniform but also on her cheeks, which seemed somewhat
chubbier. Her uniform seemed to be stretching ever so slightly to cover herself. You could tell by looking at her that she had just eaten a big meal.
The screech of the buss wheels broke her out of her trance and she ran outside.
She hopped on the bus and headed for the back seat where she found her best friend, Kazumi Maeda.
Kazumis body was built differently from Ayus; she was a lot, well
fatter (I would use the term chubby, but shes past that). She was about 57 and 243 pound, most of it gathering around her stomach, hips, and thighs. Thats not to say her breasts were small or anything (they were a C-cup). Its just fat didnt accumulate around that area. They were just naturally big; theyd be that size even if she was skinny. Her violet hair draped itself over her shoulders, slightly shorter than Ayus. She sat there with a smile permanently etched on her face. Ayu hated that she was always so chipper in the morning; but at the same time, she loved it.
Hey Ayu, Kazumi piped up. How are you
She drifted off as her eyes wandered down from Ayus face to her bulging stomach. Whats that? she asked, pointing at her belly.
Oh, Ayu blushed, sitting down. I had a kinda big breakfast this morning.
Ill say! It looks like you swallowed a pillow!
Oh shut up! Its not that bad! Ayu said, smacking her friend.
Kazumi started laughing. Anyway, could you help me study for the algebra test today?
Didnt you study for that last night?
I didnt get it.
Oh come on! Your as dumb as a rock!
Hey! I take offense to that Mrs. Shamoo!
You just lost your help! Ayu yelled, smacking Kazumi, who was laughing hysterically, even harder.
For the next couple of minutes or so, Ayu sat facing away from Kazumi while she had her laughing fit. Ayu knew Kazumi was a fat girl and couldve easily come up with a great weight-related comeback, but she didnt know how her friend would react. Ayu was sure about a lot of things when it came to her Kazumi: her love of science, her even greater love of chocolate, her favorite color (orange), her extreme fear of spiders, the list went on. But one thing she was clueless about her was her feelings towards her weight. So it was easier not to say anything and avoid a big fight.
They sat there like that for a moment until Kazumi finally calmed down enough to ask again. Okay
*huff* she breathed.
Can you help me with my studying?
Ayu glanced over just in time for Kazumi to make her sad little puppy-dog eyes. Pweeeease? she said in her cutest voice. It was Ayus greatest weakness when it came to her friend: the eyes. Those wide-eyed, gentle, calming eyes. They were blue. Not just blue, a beautiful shade of blue. A shade of blue that reminded you of the gentle rolling waves of the ocean. A blue that just seemed to go on forever when you stared straight at it. A shade of blue that reminds you of what a wonderful person was on the other side of those bright, shining spheres
Fine! Ayu blurted out. Kazumi chuckled and started rustling through her backpack to get the study packet. Ayu watched her and smiled. Why is it so hard to stay mad at you?
Cause Im just so darn CUTE! Kazumi said, taking the papers out and shaking them victoriously.