Raditz was one bored guy. There was a severe weather storm on its way so he couldn't go out and spar with anyone. The TV was broken and his cousin was off world. He thought about spending time with his father, but didn't really want to. It wasn't because he didn't like him or anything. It was because he wasn't sure how to approach his father. He couldn't really say his father and he had the best relationship. He barely saw his father and his childhood usually consisted of the words "Piss off Raditz. I'm tired." or "Don't you have something you should be doing?" As much as he looked up to his father, the man had no interest in him but that didn't mean Raditz didn't stop trying. At least his younger self didn't. Once he got older, he stopped trying as he started getting pessimistic about it as he got older.
"Raditz-kun, I'm off to work," called Gine as she put on her boots.
"See ya, mom," he yawned. Gine rubbed her chin as she watched her son stare out of the window.
He looked pretty lonely and like he needed some company. As much as she loved her oldest child, she had to get to work and couldn't afford to miss a day especially with the storm coming up. Bardock was home. Yeah! He could spend time with their child. He hardly ever did given how he was always working and was usually tired when he got home. This was the perfect opportunity for some father-son bonding. When she relayed this to Bardock, he didn't share the same views of his wife as he tried making up excuses for himself.
"Do I have to?" groaned Bardock as he rolled over on his side away from his wife.
"Come on, Bardock!" said Gine climbing on the bed and shook his arm. "You never spend time with Raditz and with this weather, you have plenty of time to spent time with him. He's your son for goodness sake! Just do it. Please?"
"Ugh, fine!" He sighed as he sat up in the bed. "If it'll get you to stop nagging, I'll do as you please."
"Thanks, honey," she kissed his cheek and took off for work.
Bardock sighed as he went downstairs to the living room where his son was. "Hi, dad." He mumbled without looking up.
"How'd you know it was me?"
"Mom just left, dumb ass."
"Don't get smart with me, brat!" Bardock narrowed his eyes at the younger man as he crossed his arms.
"Last time I checked, I'm not a child anymore."
"Listen you..." He just shook his head. "Fuck it. Your mom wants me to spend time with you."
"What?" He raised a brow as he turned around and looked at his father. Was this really happening? His father actually wanted to spend time with him. "Are you serious?"
"Yeah. So uh what do you wanna do?"
"I dunno." There wasn't anything he could think of that they could do without going outside.
"How about checkers then?"
"Checkers?" He didn't want to play some boring board game. Here he was spending time with his father and he was complaining about playing a boring game of checkers. Beggars couldn't be choosers though and he had to take what he could get.
"Yeah. Better than nothing."
Raditz agreed and set up the board. The game was pretty boring as Raditz predicted it would and so was his father. They didn't have anything else to do so this was the only thing to entertain them despite it being the most boring thing either of them had ever done.
"This game is so fucking boring!" groaned Raditz.
"I didn't see you coming up with anything. Besides we've barely started."
"Whatever. I'd rather stare out the window. At least the scene changes!" Raditz sighed.
"Well I promised your mother we'd have a good time..."
"Which you're doing a poor job of."
"Then let's make this a bit more interesting then." smirked his father.
"Oh? And how so? Playing chess?" he said sarcastically.
"Sure since it'd be a hell of a lot more challenging and a bit of stakes to go with it."
"Okay." he was a bit more interested.
"If you win, after today I'll spend more time with you since you obviously like me being with you and I'll do anything else you want."
"Who says I do like hanging with you, old man?" he said blushing slightly.
"That blush says otherwise." he smirked. "Anyways, if I win, you have to do whatever I want."
"Sounds like a good deal." Raditz didn't think too much of the bet. What could possibly go wrong with being his father's servant? He was never around so it'd probably be something like rubbing his feet and it won't be too often. It was a win-win either way. Well sort of. Unknown to the long haired saiyan, it wasn't. Bardock had plans for the man once he won. Yes, win. Given how good he was at this game, he wasn't going to lose and couldn't wait for his prize.
He had a thing for the 21 year old and had always intended on doing something like this but never got the circumstances right for him. Now that he had, here was his chance to get what he wanted and hopefully in the process get Raditz to be gay like himself. Even if he didn't succeed, he'd still have some fun with the man.
"Damn it, I lost!" Raditz sighed.
"And that means you're my slave." he grinned.
"S-slave? You're joking!"
"Nope." he smirked. "Now you have to do as I please."
"Damn it. Fine, old man." he sighed. "What do you want me to do now?"
"I have a few ideas." he grinned.