He frowns deeply as Kanji replies so quickly, and when Yu is mentioned his eyes squint into slits, the Magician glaring down at the table. Of course Yu is more social, because he’s not forcing himself to be as far as he’s concerned. It comes more naturally to the Fool.
When his underclassman begins speaking again, he relaxes to an extent. At least, he relaxes physically. Yosuke’s mind is still somewhat high-strung. It shows when he replies just as quickly, clinging to the statement about hitting him.
“Go ahead if you want to. You’re not the only person who wants to punch me, you know.” he sighs after saying this. Kanji, Yura, probably Yu’s own Shadow wants to as well. Heck, he wants to punch himself for ruining a good thing in his life. “I have to just live with my choice…they’re right anyway, he deserves way better than me.”
Unlike anyone else who had probably threatened violence towards the brunet by that point, Kanji was probably the only one more than willing to go through with it. It was especially hard to hold back his flaring anger to hear Yosuke talk himself down so quickly.
He looked up to all of his senpais. Sure Yu may be their ‘leader’ of sorts, but Kanji respected each of his higher ups for very specific reasons. Focusing on that was enough to calm him down, at least a little slightly. The irritation on his face was obvious though.
“Don’t ya dare say that teh me again.” He warned quickly. ”Don’t you ever say you don’t deserve anything, ever.”
His nostrils flared before slamming his fists down on the table. ”Senpai… Don’t forget who you are… What you’ve done, what you are able teh do. Dun forget that I wouldn’t be sittin’ here because of you.”
He rubbed his face with both of his hands by that point, emitting another sigh. “So stop ya fuckin’ pity party. It ain’t endearin’ an’ it ain’t gonna get you anywhere.”