Anko0547: Me and Scum and the Paste Brain that gets its comeuppance
A Marisa-Reimu yukkuri family is starving, and the family tension is rising when Reimu suddenly comes up with an idea.
Anon leaves his house to find the family in front of him. However, they do not demand sweets, but beg him to listen to their request instead. Taken aback, he hears them out. Reimu surprises him by offering him a 'transaction', they would let him take it easy, and he would do the same for them in exchange.
However, they simply resort to the 'show cute little ones for sweets' trick, based on their flawed reasoning. Predictably, Anon refuses, pointing out that he's not taking it easy. When they insist that looking at the little ones will allow him to do so, he retorts by telling them to look at their little ones instead of eating. Hearing the parents say that being hungry is uneasy, he tells the koyukkuris that their parents consider food easier than their own children, putting the parents in a spot.
The Marisa gets angry and attacks, only to be kicked away. Anon starts to step on Marisa, saying that blaming others for the truth it created is scum-like, and needs to be punished. Stopping before Marisa dies, Anon points out that they have different opinions on easiness, citing a raper being at its easiest when refreshing. When Reimu protests that it doesn't know what a raper feels, Anon hits back with a harsh reply:
"Ah, is that so. Then let me ask this, if you don't know a raper's feelings, then how can you claim to know a human's?"
He goes on to lecture Reimu, saying they are just using others to take it easy themselves, pushing their own opinions onto others, and reiterating that their 'easiness' is not the same as his 'easiness'. Reimu finally loses its temper, only to get kicked away like Marisa had been. He starts to crush Reimu, prompting the rest to beg for their lives.
Hearing that, Anon stops and proposes the same 'transaction' they did, and the yukkuris say they will do anything. However, he tells them that he'll do all the work, and begins crushing them one by one, since their presence makes him uneasy, so he'll take it easy his own way. When Reimu screams that he's not upholding his end of their deal, he reminds it:
"Like you said, they're taking it easy forever, right? I'm just letting them take it easy in my own way. See, nothing's wrong with that."
And so, the lives of a yukkuri family comes to an end.