Chapter 6:

Shouldn't home be a place for a girl to relax!?

It's My First Day at My New School and I'm Already in a Yuri Harem!?

A familiar and adorable little voice greeted Daisy when she opened the door to her house.

“Welcome back big sis!” A girl who was around fourth grade ran over and greeted her sister. She looked very similar to Daisy, but with a side ponytail.

“Aw thank you, Lily!” Daisy said as she picked up her little sister and gave her a big hug.

“You’re late! Like really late!” Lily scolded her.

“Yeah, I know…Today was a bit crazy.” Daisy nervously laughed it off.

The three yandere's from earlier had kept her hostage in their clubroom for almost three hours. She thought she was lucky that they actually let her go home. She knew Bailey wouldn’t still be waiting for her so she went straight home.

“Supper has been ready, we have been waiting for you to get home! Slowpoke!” Lily bonked Daisy on the head with her mighty fist.

“I get it, I get it!” Daisy laughed as she put the small girl down.

Daisy walked into the house and took her shoes off. Lily was shouting to her parents that her big sister was home.

“Ah, it's good to be home,” Daisy said even though her new house didn't quite feel like home yet. Wait till they hear about my day.

Lily's tiny head poked back into the living room. “Mom says to hurry up, we have guests over. Sloooowpoke” She teased.

“Guests? Did mom invite over the neighbors?”

“Dunno!” Lily said as she went back into the dining room.

I thought mom said we had to wait until we got everything unpacked before we invited people over.

Daisy put her backpack down and hurried into the room where everyone had started eating.

“You’re cooking is excellent ma’am”

“My, my, I might have to ask daddy if I can buy this recipe off you.”

“This is totally yummy!”

At the dining room table with her mom, dad, and little sister were the three crazy bitches from school, full on digging into the Santa Fe Rice her mother had made.

“Huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuh!?” Daisy's jaw fell and hit the floor.

What the hell are you girls doing here!?

“Come join us Daisy, we were just getting to know your classmates.” Her dad waved her in.

“Hi, Daisy!” Molly waved as well, bits of food flew off as she talked with her mouth full.

“A little late today, aren’t we?” Alice gave Daisy a seductive grin.

“What’s with your expression dear?” Eve said after taking a sip from her tea.

Daisy felt like she was going to have a stroke.

“Wh-wh-what are you three…”

“Stop stuttering and come sit down, your food is getting cold.” Her mother gave her an impatient look.

Lily came over and grabbed Daisy's hand and led her to an empty chair in between her Dad and Molly.

“They were telling me about how they killed someone once that looked at them funny. Your new school sounds awesome!” Lily said with excitement.

After Daisy sat down Molly went and grabbed her hand underneath the table.

“It’s our fault that she was late, really. We were having a welcome party for her and we lost track of time.” Eve apologized.

“A welcome party? That’s so sweet of you” Daisy's mom said.

“It’s nothing really.” Eve blushed.

“We knew being the new kid is stressful so we just wanted to do whatever we could for her.” Alice smiled.

Daisy ignored the fact that Molly was playing with her fingers.

“Daisy, why haven’t you been saying anything?” Her dad asked.

The whole time Daisy's jaw had been left wide open and she had blank eyes.

“Sorry about my sister, she must be shy.” Lily shook her head.

“Oh, we know how shy little Daisy can be.” Alice said.

“Well, I'm glad that it hasn’t kept her from making friends.” The mother smiled.

Eve started coughing violently.

“Are you alright!? I didn’t make it too spicy did I?"

“N-no ma’am, it’s perfect. It’s just that you were mistaken with what you said.” Eve held her hand out.

“What was that?” Daisy's mom asked.

“We are waaaaay more than friends with her!” Molly threw her hands up in the air.

Daisy snapped back to reality. Huh!? What!? Don’t tell her that!

“Us three are actually your cute daughter's girlfriends.” Alice clapped her hands as she said this.

“What…?” Said her dad.

“Uh…?” Said her mom.

“Girlfriends?” Said her little sister.

AHHHHHHHH!!!!!!! Daisy screamed in her head.

“Daisy! Is this true!?” Her mom shouted

“Little miss…” Her dad looked at his daughter with a dead-serious expression. “Is it true?”

This was for your sake! Daisy looked over at Eve and saw the girl lift her skirt up enough to see the knife.

“Yes…I’m sorry…” Daisy slumped her head.

Her dad looked at her for what felt like a minute before responding.

“Your first day at school and you don't have one but three girlfriends!? I’m so proud of you!” Her dad started bursting into tears as he hugged her.

“I was so worried that she might never find a lover, she is so shy after all. Now I see I had nothing to worry about.” Her mother held a hand to her chest as she gave a big sigh of relief.

“Huuuuuuuh!?” Daisy's jaw went back to the floor.

Why are you congratulating me!? You’re supposed to be mad or disappointed or something! I should be grounded, not getting a pat on the back!

“You don’t know how pleased we are to hear this.” Even though she didn't show it she was feeling tense the whole time, her acceptance was just what she wanted to hear.

“You can think of us as your daughters now since we are gonna marry her after we graduate.” Alice nodded.

A tear came to her mother's eyes.”I’m going to tell the whole family!”

Tell them what!? That you are all crazy!?

“Can I have an allowance papa!?” Molly asked Daisy's dad as if she had known him her whole life.

“Of course, you can, here’s a fifty.” Her new dad pulled out his wallet and handed her the dough.

Even I don’t get that much of an allowance!

Um…what’s going on here…” Lily had no clue what to make of the situation.

The three girls got up and surrounded her. Lily looked up at them and they were smiling down at her.

She’s so cute! She’s like a mini Daisy! They thought as they all hugged her.

“We are your big sisters dear.” Eve got down to her level and said softly.

Her eyes widened with amazement.

“The cool gangster ladies are my sisters!?” This was the coolest thing to have ever happened to the girl.

No, they aren't! And they are just school girls, really crazy school girls!

“Mama I love your cooking, can you praise me!” Molly ran up to Daisy's mom.

“Of course I will, you are my special little girl after all.” She responded and ruffled Molly's hair.

“I thought I was your special little girl…” Daisy pouted.

“Getting jealous? Don’t be such a baby!” Lily lectured her sister again.

“Try not to be so hard on your sister.” Eve laughed.

After they were done hugging Alice went over to her dad and got on her hands and knees and gave a deep bow.

“I ask for your blessing to fuck your daughter silly tonight.”

“What are you asking him!?” Daisy screamed.

Eve also got down on her hands and knees with her girlfriend. “I humbly ask for your permission as well.”

“I don’t need permission, I’ll do it with or without it!” Molly added.

Her dad stroked his beard and then gave them a thumbs up. “Permission granted. That’s part of a healthy married life after all."

We aren't married!? And did you just give her the ok!?

“Just don’t have any kids before you graduate.” Her dad gave his one condition.

“Why of course.” Alice and Eve responded.

We are all girls! How would that even happen!

“We aren't doing anything like that tonight!” Daisy shouted as loud as she could.

Her parents gave each other a glance before her mom came up to her and placed a hand on Daisy's shoulder.

“Listen, sweetie, I know you are nervous, I was too when your father took my-” Her mother started saying without any shame.

“Stop, that's gross! I’m going to bed, after you three finish eating you can leave!” Daisy yelled before she went to her room and slammed the door.

“I’m sorry about her, I think she needs time to let this all sink in, she has never dated anyone before.” Daisy's mom held her hand to her cheek.

“We understand ma’am, we will take our time with her.” Eve nodded, giving the woman an answer she thought she would want to hear.

Daisy's dad looked off to her room. I didn't even have this many chicks after me when I was your age…Maybe someday you will become a better man than me.

A loud pounding sound could be heard coming from Daisy's room as she rapidly bashed her head against her bedroom. Her new bedroom wall now had large cracks on the wall as she tried to force herself to wake up from this nightmare.