Weekend without Kazumi
"So what do you think?" Ayu asked, closing the front door behind her as Miyu waddled away, once again stuffed to the gills.
"I like her," Kazumi stated bluntly, plopping her giant bottom down on the couch. "She's making progress."
And indeed she was. The once slightly chunky Miyu had ballooned up to a beautiful, fleshy goddess. Her belly, which once merely pushed out past her waistline, now hung down in an impressive overhang that threatened to peak out beneath most of her shirts. Most of her wardrobe now clung to her fleshy tummy desperately, often riding up on her when she sat down, to accommodate her much rounder, bouncier belly. This was extenuated whenever she would wear any one of her "skinny jeans," which were simply her everyday jeans from before she met Ayu and Kazumi. Her waist had widened quite a bit as well, and she would sometimes find it difficult to keep track of the extra inches on her sides, as it became increasingly common for one of her rotund love handles to bump into things, causing her newly acquired flab to jiggle. Her rear hadn't changed much, as most of the gain had piled on above the waist, giving her belly a much rounder appearance. Not to mention her breasts, which would stick out from her bras occasionally. When she left, she had a weight of 189. In a matter of only 3 weeks, she'd gone up by almost 20 pounds.
In fact, all the girls had made major changes in those 3 weeks (except Kazumi, who at this point was so big that nothing short of a 50 pound gain would be very noticeable). Ayu had gone up by another 17 pounds, knocking on 200lbs' door at the respectable weight of 197. Kazumi had only a 10 pound increase, due to the fact that she was now mostly helping Miyu, and didn't have much time to work on her own gain. She didn't mind though; she found herself proud of every pound she helped the other two gain.
"I think this becoming a new trend or something," Kazumi contemplated hopefully, gliding her hand across her belly happily. "Wouldn't that be cool, everyone gaining weight?"
"I don't know
" Ayu said as she joined her friend on the couch. "Then I wouldn't feel special."
"Yeah, but if everyone was doing it, you'd have a reason to flaunt your stuff more often. Heck, you might be able to walk around shirtless."
"Oh come on," Ayu scoffed. "Do people really walk around shirtless?"
Still," Kazumi pouted, having her idea shot down.
"Whatever. When did you say you had to get back to your house?"
"Trying to get rid of me?
"No, it's just you're sucking up all my food."
"You'd probably end up eating all that stuff anyway."
"Seriously though, do you have to leave any time soon?"
"Actually," Kazumi started, shifting her massive bulk into a more comfortable reclining position, sending her entire belly in a seemingly unending wave of jiggling flab, "my mom said I could stay over tonight."
"But it's Thursday. I thought you weren't supposed to sleep over unless it was the weekend."
"Well, they figured I could stay over tonight since I'm not going to be able to tomorrow," Kazumi said nonchalantly.
"Wait, why not?" Ayu asked, sitting up a little.
"I'm going to my grandparents' house over the weekend. I'll be back late on Sunday."
"Aw, that sucks," Ayu sulked. "There goes my weekend."
"What weekend?" Kazumi joked. "You'll just go from stuffing your face with me to stuffing with Miyu."
"Just with Miyu?" Ayu asked, sounding a little disappointed.
"Yeah. You're the one who brought her into this anyway, you should be fine hanging out with her."
"I don't know
Whenever we've hung out, it's always been all three of us. I haven't really
spent that much time with her alone. I don't know that much about her."
"You know she wants to get fat," Kazumi corrected her. "That should be enough. Plus, maybe you can get close enough to her to find out the elusive reason why she's doing this. She hasn't answered our questions about that yet."
"If we haven't been able to get her to talk, what makes you think I could, alone?"
"I don't know. Just try it. We've gotten to be good friends recently, maybe she'll crack one of these days."
"Alright. I guess it's better than just hanging around the house alone all day."
"There you go," Kazumi said, sitting up, groaning as her monstrous belly folded on itself, preventing her from doing so. "Just give it a try."
"Well, when are you leaving anyway?" Ayu asked.
"Tomorrow right after school."
"What?" Ayu whined again. "You mean you won't be able to come over at all?"
"Oh, it's not that big of a deal," Kazumi reassured her friend. "I'll be back on Sunday with enough time to spend a couple hours here before bedtime."
"Fine," Ayu pouted, kicking her feet to make her point. "But I still think you could've told me sooner."
"Oh hush," Kazumi said, smacking Ayu gently on the elbow. "Maybe if I made a few snacks, the big baby might cheer up," she continued as she slowly raised herself off the couch and waddled toward the kitchen.
Ayu smiled and laid down on the couch, letting her shirt ride up on her belly. She looked down at her swollen tummy, transfixed on its motions as it wobbled and jiggled with each slight breath she took. She patted the creamy surface of her exposed skin lovingly as she waited for her friend to come back.
"Make sure you keep gaining when I'm gone," Kazumi yelled from the kitchen. "I don't want to come home and find you all skinny."
"Don't worry," Ayu replied. "I won't."
Ayu cackled loudly, buckling over in her seat in laughter, joined by her new best friend Miyu. As it turned out, the two had a lot more in common then they thought, from their taste in music, to favorite kind of foods, to their hatred of scary movies, even to their strange aversion to bubbles. Once they started talking, it became pretty easy for the two to start up conversations about the most trivial topics, to find that they both found them very constructive and hilarious at the same time, like a couple of life-long friends. They were sharing secrets (Not that one though. You know, about the whole Ayu going out with Kazumi thing
You know), telling their life stories, all while gorging themselves on the spread of snacks Ayu laid out, with all the amenities that should be expected by now, including cookies, brownies, popcorn, chips, etc.
Apparently, Miyu had only moved to their area just before school started, which explains why the two had never met before. She lived just a couple streets away from Kazumi as it turned out, and her father worked at the same newspaper company that Ayu's mom did. Her mom was a pilot for a local airport, and she herself had a part time job working at a pizza place. She had a sister in college, and a brother in the 3rd grade.
"So," Miyu said, after the two had stopped laughing, "you wanna go do something?"
"Sure," Ayu replied cheerfully.
"Cool," Miyu said, jumping off the couch and grabbing her coat. "Where should we go?"
"Me and Kazumi usually go to the mall when we're bored," Ayu answered, doing the same.
Miyu winced a little. "I don't think so
" she said nervously. "I'm not a big fan of the mall."
"Oh, well that's okay. Where do you wanna go then?"
"I was thinking we could go see a movie. There's this one on that I've been wanting to watch for a while. 'Up'."
"Oh no, not that one. I promised Kazumi we'd watch it together."
"Wow," Miyu said as the two headed out the door. "You and Kazumi are really good friends."
"She's the best," Ayu digressed. "We've been best friends since 6th grade. She's always been there for me. I don't know what I'd do without her."
She blushed slightly when she realized that she might have gone too far, especially when she saw Miyu give her a suspicious look out of the corner of her eye.
"So what movie do you want to see?"