She frowned, shoving the pink device into his hands again. “Yes, you have to call. You’re lost, I’m not letting you wander around aimlessly, and definitely not with my phone.” GPS? She just learned how to text. “…What’s GPS?” Ayako started tentatively.
“I don’t know exactly how it works, but it’s like a virtual map that knows where you are ‘n tells you directions to where you want to go. You seriously don’t know what it is?” Rin asked, tilting his head while dialing his brother’s number. Was this girl sheltered or what? “Fine, fine, I’ll call him.” Rin pressed the dial button and put the phone a safe distance from his ear in case Yukio decided to yell again.
“Uh… we don’t know where we are,” he said into the phone. “Well, I mean, yeah, I can see a street sign- we’re on Nakamura Street. How do we get from here to there?” Rin listened intently as the phone switched hands from Yukio to Bon, Bon reciting directions slowly and carefully as if Rin was a kindergartener. Rin thanked him and then hung up. “Well, we keep going down this street, take a left when we see a statue of an old man, and then turn right at the first stoplight. According to Bon, that is.”