The Ouran Host Club is composed of rich young men with free time on their hands to entertain to rich young ladies who also have free time on their hands. Each member of the Host Club has his own selling point to cater and meet our clientele's various needs. And mine? Why, I am delighted you asked.
A guest suggested that I put back this picture on my profile... since she fit into the target demographic, I complied.
I am regarded as the Host Club's "Cool Type." As for what that entails, most of my clientele are contented with observing me immersed in my work.
Oh, it certainly isn't as easy as it seems. I happen to have one of the biggest responsibilities in the host club.
To brief you, my tasks consist of some of the following:
marketing towards our target audience
(young ladies of Ouran's high school division, to be specific) making budgets and projections
tracking profits and expenditures
...just to name a few.
Yes... all this whilst maintaining the top rank of Class 2-A and proving myself worthy to be heir of the Ootori zaibatsu.
True, these tasks bestowed upon me are daunting ones; yet I believe they are worthy of a challenge to my own abilities.To be able to accomplish these while making a profit along the way is something I excel at and enjoy.
After all, an Ootori is all about excellence.
That was something instilled upon me as the third son of Ootori Yoshio...
the very man who tied the medical care and business world together.
I believe it is my responsibility and an expectation to uphold that honor that comes with my name, like my older brothers have done.
...I think that is all you need to know about myself for now.
Ah, yes... and as much as I delight in making new connections,
I would prefer that we first engage in a conversation before being sent a request for friendship.
Jishin couldn't help a giggle. ** I don't think I've ever seen you need luck for anything. ** she pointed out -- though he'd left the phone aside before she'd finished typing, and there was no response. She stretched, got up, and turned on some music, since they'd been talking about it, and waited to see if her text tones would sound again.
** Yeah, I guess that's pretty obvious. But I just like the working-man songs, too. They're kind of a thing for me. Allentown and Blue Collar Man, like that." Though the second was by Styx, not Billy Joel. She looked over at her own music collection, sparse as it was. ** I don't really go out of my way to look for music, either. Pandora does some of that work for me, though it hasn't been finding me new artists lately. Maybe I should make a new station. Or borrow one of yours, if you're willing to share? Do you have a Pandora account?**
She envisioned the scene, the group of hosts tucked away into their karaoke room. ** Oh, good luck. Like you need it, I'm sure. ** She still thought it was rather entertaining that they'd flown halfway around the world and ended up doing something they could do just as easily in Japan.
Well, there are two things said about me, okay, I'm sure there are a lot more than two things; but these are the most said. I'm as subtle as a brick to the face, most of the time; and I have boundless excitable energy. I'm sure this endeavour will be quite fruitful with my energy behind it.