Chapter 0:

Lessons Begin

Teaching the Girl

Hinata P.O.V.

"Hinata this is the third time you have been sent to my office this week. Do care to explain yourself?" The principal states with concern.  I'm really not in the mood for this.

 I slouch in my seat; I have nothing to say to this chick. I was tired of being in this stale, cramped office, with the wall clock ticking so loudly within my ears.

"Whatever, I got in another fight. Just suspend me already and get on with your life." I state in irritation, while continuing to slouch in my seat.

"Honestly Hinata, it's always like this with you. I want the whole story from the beginning please." The principal demands. She was really starting to get on my nerves at the moment.

"Fine," I say, seeing that she wasn't going to let this go. "It all started in class, a girl approached my desk, so all I did was made sure that she knew who was boss..." I begin to explain.

"Go on." The principal says and I continue.


I walked into class and sat at my regular seat near the window. Everything was going well until a certain blond chick approached me.

You seem to be happy today, kind of strange if you ask me." I noticed the chick say. I already had a problem with her approaching my desk in the first place, the last thing I need is for her to speak to me too.

"What do you want?" I spat at her and she smiled. I wanted to punch that smile right off her face.

"I'm not sure if you realized it, but considering your track record, many people at this school don't like you. In fact, many of them consider you a danger to our safe--"

"I think it would be a good idea if you stopped talking right now." I stated, cutting her off. I was getting pissed now. My hands tremble as I formed them into tight fists at my seat.

"Look, the other students and I are disgusted by you. So could you leave already, so we don't have to deal with you damaging our school's reputation?" she asks, and other girls gathered behind her in agreement. At this point, I stood up from my seat and stared into her eyes. Just looking at her now, I can sense her tensing up a bit. I smirked before I decided to spit right on her shoes.

"What the hell? Everyone was right about you! You really are just a dog--" she started to say before I slap her dead across her face. In an attempt to process what just happened, she holds the side of her face. "Are you even human? Did you even hear what I said?" She says looking terrified, which only made me smile.

"I guess I'm not human after all. Oh, and I could care less about this school's reputation." I replied. If this is all they're going to think of me then who cares anyway?

She gave me one last look before she scurried away, along with the other girls. I finally sit back down. Like I said before, who cares what anyone thinks anymore. It doesn't matter.

Not one bit.


"Next thing I know; I end up in this stupid place again. Can I go now? I told you everything that happened." I snap.

"No, you may not but, I see. So that's what happened," the principal says after sitting in silence and thinking for a moment. A few minutes go by before she starts talking again.

"I'll tell you what, you've got one last chance to stay here, which means you won't get punished. However, if you bite, fight, steal, or even spit on someone, you will be expelled." She says with a serious tone. I look at her in shock. Sure, I hate school with a passion, but getting expelled to me was a bit much. I don't plan on getting expelled no matter how much I hate it.

"Expelled? Isn't that a bit harsh? I mean, I'm bad, but I'm not that bad right?" I question and the principal doesn't say a word and I know that must mean I am that bad. "I got it." I add looking away sadly. I guess I never wanted to face the truth. I then leave the principal's office.

I guess what that girl said to me at my desk earlier wasn't too far-fetched. Many people at this school are afraid of me. I really did earn the nickname as the dog of this school.

I try my best not to let those things bother me because I know I will always be a fighter. It's just the way I've always been and the way I'll always be...

Whether that makes me a dog or whatever doesn't matter to me at all.