anko3474: An Ordinary Scene of a Yukkuri Family
by D. O
A story about a family of wild yukkuris in the forest.
While father Marisa is out hunting, mother Reimu happily works hard cleaning their nest hole. She tells her two little ones to grow up to be easy yukkuris like her, but to her dismay, the little ones don't think she's easy at all, because she doesn't play with them enough, her ribbon is wrinkled from neglect, she's dirty, and she smells like poop after cleaning the toilet. They say they don't want to grow up to be like her.
Father Marisa comes home to a dirty house and a clean, beautiful wife with flowers in her hair, striking a sexy pose. Reimu says she had forgotten that it was important for yukkuris to take it easy. Marisa says she's forgetting something more important.
Three minutes later. Marisa has punished her family, spanking the little ones until their bottoms are swollen and putting sticks in Reimu's eyes(!) and through her sidelocks so they go flap-flap every time she blinks. The author says this a relatively light punishment, that Marisa isn't very angry but needs to make a show of punishment to teach the children to behave. Marisa makes the children acknowledge that their father is an easy yukkuri even though she's dirty because she works hard for them. Then Marisa takes away their accessories and sends them to bed without dinner.
After Marisa has gone to sleep, the hungry little ones sneak into Marisa's hat and eat some of the bitter grass left there, and put their accessories back on, but they've learned their lesson, and Marisa gives them breakfast the next day, showing them that they've been forgiven. Since Reimu has temporarily lost her eyesight, she can't enjoy her beauty, and after she regains her eyesight, she goes back to working hard without taking an interest in her appearance.