Anko0510: "Me and 'That little one' and the trash manjuus
The story begins with Anon looking over a family of distraught yukkuris, a Marisa-Reimu couple, with two Komarisas, one Koreimu and one baby yukkuri of each type, totalling seven. He describes what he sees before him as 'not yukkuris', and wonders if they really do understand what they did wrong, or like the paste-brains they are, forget about it?
One hour ago-
Anon returns home in the rain to find the family outside his door, and they beg him for shelter, saying that they were chased out of their house by other Marisas and Alices, but other than that, they appear determined to live on, with the children encouraging their parents. After some consideration with a cold mindset, he invites them in. They accept gratefully, with the promise to only take shelter within until the rain has ended.
In his mind, Anon is waiting to see how the events will unfold. As he lets them into his house, he takes careful measures to prevent them from running into 'her', who's currently having an afternoon nap. He brings out a soft towel for them to wipe themselves off, and they happily do so, cooing over how soft it is. After he disposes of the filthy rag, he leads them to a room that only has a wall bed.
The yukkuris are amazed at the size, and one of the koyukkuris nearly makes a house declaration before her parents stop it. Anon continues to watch them as they go on and on about how amazing the place is, and he starts to smile, because things were starting.
Chorusing together, they make a house declaration:
"Reimu (Marisa) likes this place!!! Reimu (Marisa) will place this place -"Obviously not. Are you guys stupid?"- Yu!!?"X7
But Anon interrupts them as they reveal their true characters.
They start yelling, mad that they failed, particularly at the parent Marisa, who was the one who came up with the plan. Anon tries to get a word in, but is forced to kick a Komarisa to get their attention. However, he uses too much force, and she dies. But it's not until he kicks and knocks out the parent Marisa that they finally shut up and listen under the threat of being stomped on.
Under questioning, Reimu reveals that Marisa thought of this idea after their original house was taken; they would act as good yukkuris who might die, get admitted into the house, and declare it as theirs when the inhabitants' guard is down. Anon sums it up before Reimu is done speaking, and Marisa, waking up, is shocked to hear that her plan had been seen through so easily.
After a bit of hurting to make her ask more politely, Marisa wants to know when did Anon see through her plan. He says it was right from the start, which shocks her. She had painstakingly observed pet yukkuris in order to teach her children how to act properly, all in order to take a big house and show up the other yukkuris, but Anon had seen through it so easily, perhaps because that one stupid child let it leak that- Anon, reading her thoughts through her expression, tells her it's not because of the acting.
Anon tells Marisa that it started when they first entered his house, but despite trying her best to think, Marisa can't figure out where she went wrong, finally giving in and asking Anon to tell her. He does so, first by pointing out that due to their difference in mindsets, a house declaration wouldn't have worked in the first place. Marisa asks how did he know they were going to make one, but he leaves that for later, instead going on to explain how he KNEW that they were scum. The reason is simple, so very simple:
They aren't yukkuris.
All six yukkuris go berserk at that. To them, it's not possible. They are yukkuris; they take it easy; it is their identity, but Anon has denied that. Their noisemaking is silenced by Anon stepping on the baby Reimu, who reminds them that he would crush them if they made too much noise. As it begs for help, he puts on pressure until bean paste bursts through every orifice in it.
Once they've quietened down, Anon tells them a story. Their ancestors from long ago took it easy, but at the same time, let others took it easy. In comparison, they don't think of anyone except them and those related to them, and the latter they discard in the worst situations. And there lies the telltale sign. Despite the yukkuris acting like they don't want to hear, Anon tells them:
They never said anything about him taking it easy.
From the beginning, they didn't greet him with the usual 'Take it easy!', and that was what's weird about them. Marisa tries to deny it, but Anon continues to impress upon her that she has forgotten the one line that was supposed to be with her throughout her entire existence.
That's why they aren't yukkuris. They're just trash manjuus.
Marisa starts shivering as the thoughts of what her actions mean run through her paste-brain, but it is unable to comprehend them, and she goes insane, jumping around randomly and saying 'Easy-!' over and over. Her family try their best to rouse Marisa out of it, but Anon kicks Marisa away and prepares to move on to the next stage.
[Technically there should be two dead... that means the initial part is contradictory]
Back in the present, Anon asks the most senior Marisa after the parent, why did they pick his house out of so many? She reveals that it's because they heard a rumor that he's kind to yukkuris, so maybe... but the thought of comparing 'her' to these trash manjuu infuriates him, and he crushes the Komarisa, though he finds the mess and smell disgusting.
As he prepares to kill the rest, parent Reimu realizes that the rain has stopped, and reminds Anon of his promise to let them out after the rain has stopped. The children immediately celebrate, praising their mother for being so smart, and even Anon is a bit impressed at how she managed to find that solution. But it makes no difference; he will keep his promise.
He asks Reimu to think back carefully, but seeing she can't recall, he reminds her: they came for shelter until the rain stopped, but what did they come here for? And besides... he didn't promise NOT to let them leave unharmed.
Reimu quickly comes up with another reason not to get crushed: the promise didn't entail him killing them. But Anon just reminds them of what he promised before when he kicked some of them: if they made too much noise or used insulting words, he would not let them take it easy. Though the yukkuris are initially proud that they managed to recall that, their hope turns to despair when they realize they told him to go die after Anon killed one of the little ones.
And that's what Anon's aim was: 'To see them despair when they realize the unchangeable reality of their death' [There's more to go here, but it's just flowery description]
Just as he's about to start, one Komarisa protests that she alone never insulted him, and thus she should be excluded from the promise where she has to die. But after acknowledging that was true, Anon makes it clear that he doesn't care. After all, he made an important promise when he was young: to crush any trash manjuu he saw. He asks Komarisa what is she, if she's not a yukkuri, and she tearfully admits that she's an uneasy trash manjuu. She asks why did this happen, and Anon replies by saying that they were the ones who picked this house, and crushes her even as she continues to ask why.
Later, after Anon disposes of the trash outside, he reveals that he has seen many yukkuris act that way before. And while he might destroy scum, he doesn't hate yukkuris. He thinks back to a month ago, when he met 'her', a mind reading yukkuri by the name of Satori. Putting the thoughts of the trash out of his mind, he returns home, where Satori greets him.
Satori reads his heart, but stops after understanding that 'something good has happened'. Reading the next question on what she wants for dinner, Satori shyly replies that she's fine with anything he makes. Anon smiles, and replies-