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Read on ArchiveOfOurOwn. Stifling back laughter was proving to be quite a challenge. She had to make it look convincing and even the slightest giggle would arouse his suspicion. Stirring the contents of the stock pot, she couldn't help but let a grin creep onto her lips. Perfect. It needed to appear like it was was just your ordinary soup that wasn't riddled with spices . . . and lots of them. Earlier, she had opened the window and fanned the spicy-aroma of the soup outside, hopeful he didn't catch onto to the smell. Uh, hello Kagome, he is a half-dog-demon, like he wouldn't be able to catch onto the smell! She reminded herself and awkwardly defended her actions being because the steam was making her sweaty. He didn't question it though, rather again for probably what was the eighth time told her to get a move on and then rolled on his side on the floor. She breathed a small breath of relief that he didn't catch onto her and she spun back around to the soup. Usually, all she would have needed to do was utter the words 'Sit boy!' and Inuyasha would be biting the dust, literally, for getting on her nerves. But not this time. She was going to make him suffer. Doing one last stir of the soup with the ladle, she poured serves of it into separate, transparent plastic lunch packs, all labeled "For Inuyasha". "Will you hurry it up, Kagome, we have to get back," Inuyasha grumbled. "I heard you the first eight times," Kagome snapped, her grin shifting into a frown. "Here, they are pretty much done anyway." She lifted the empty stock pot to the sink and ran the hot water to rinse it out. She packed the lunch packs into her yellow bag when she was finished putting the lids on them. "There." "So, can we get going now?" Unbelievable. Sighing at his impatience, she turned the faucet to stop the water. "Naraku isn't going anywhere, Inuyasha. He'll still be there when we get back. We need to stock up on food---" "And he'll still be there gathering jewel shards while we're wasting time on this side," he argued. "You should have gotten food back in the village. You didn't need to come back to this side." This was the same-old, tired argument they had everytime they came over to this side. But this time she stopped herself from yelling 'Sit boy!' which always put an end to it, and let her eyes settle on the lunch packs. She grinned. He will get his comeuppance, she reminded herself. Inuyasha had flinched in preparation for the command that would usually sent his face through the ground, but it never came. He blinked. She didn't say it? He wondered as he rolled back over to face her. "You didn't say it?' he gulped, his ears twitching. "Hm?" "You didn't say 'Sit Boy'?" He studied her expression carefully and shook his head when she had asked him 'Oh, did you want me to say it?'. "Well, are you coming?" she finally said. She slung the bag over her shoulders and started for the front door. Inuyasha rose and followed after her. As they stepped through the front door, Inuyashaâ€™s ears twitched and he turned his nose upwards. His pace slowed and finally came to a stop. Experience told him to ready his claws, but he didnâ€™t feel it was necessary . . . Yet. His sense of smell was being overwhelmed and he knew it wasnâ€™t whatever Kagome had packed into her bag because this was actually pleasant. He couldnâ€™t quite describe the smell other than it was sickeningly sweet. It wasnâ€™t there before when he came through the well, but now whatever it is, it was smothering him like a miasma and it disturbed him. Kagome had reached the stairs that led to the well but she whipped around to face Inuyasha as she couldnâ€™t hear his steps behind her. She sighed. He was so eager to go back and now heâ€™s not coming? She thought and folded her arms over her chest. â€˜Well, are you coming?â€™ was what she wanted to ask him, for a second time, but the words failed her when she saw his form. â€œIs there something wrong?â€ she asked, her earlier frustration replaced with concern. â€œCan you smell that?â€ â€œHuh?â€ â€œCan you smell that?â€ he asked her again. She followed his gaze and breathed a small sigh of relief when she saw he was not looking at her bag. But her concern doubled because it wasnâ€™t her bag that had caught his attention. It was something else. She walked over to him, taking her backpack off and setting it beside them. She closed her eyes and took in a deep breath. She was met with the faint smell of the spicy food she had packed in her bag but that wasnâ€™t what he wanted her to smell. She opened her eyes and looked up at him. â€œI canâ€™t smell anything,â€ she said. â€œAre you sure?â€ he looked back at her with his brows narrowed. â€œYes Iâ€™m sure.â€ How can I be the only one that can smell it? He wondered with wide eyes. â€œDo you think itâ€™s a demon?â€ she asked him. â€œI donâ€™t know, but I donâ€™t like it,â€ was all that he said in reply. â€œWell, we better go check it out.â€ Inuyasha blinked at her. â€œWe canâ€™t. We have go to back---â€ â€œIâ€™m not going to allow anyone to get hurt on this side from demons, Inuyasha. And if it is a demon, we have to stop it,â€ she interjected. He grumbled. â€œThen itâ€™s settled,â€ she said. Kagome picked up her bag and shuffled down the stairs leading to the well. Propped up against the well was her bow and quiver and she placed her bag next to them. She reassured Inuyasha that they will go back once they see whatâ€™s going on and put a stop to it if itâ€™s a demon, but he again just grumbled. They couldnâ€™t afford this detour but he did want to know (more than he had liked) what the smell was coming from. â€œAre you ready to go?â€ she asked him. â€œLetâ€™s go then,â€ he muttered. I knew we shouldnâ€™t have come back here, he thought. We should be looking for the jewel shards; not wasting time chasing down some cursed smell. Grumbling, he helped Kagome onto his back and bounded off in the direction of the smell.