Boruto ran through the streets of the Hidden Leaf Village, pumping his fists about with a big grin on his face. He was the happiest anyone had ever seen him in quite a long time.
People waved hello to him and he waved back, greeting everyone with a happy shout before passing by the buildings in his way and coming up on his house.
As he skidded in through the doorway, he blasted past his mother and reached the kitchen, grabbing the lunch bag on the counter.
Himawari walked into the room and looked up at her brother with a grin. “Heya~! You’re back early.”
“Of course, I am.” Boruto said with a smirk. “I’ve gotta be there when Sarada does her silly meeting. Gotta head out super early though.”
“Really? Why?” Himawari asked, confused.
“I’m going to the daycare.” Boruto said, patting her head and heading out the door. “Gotta make sure the baby doesn’t start to think there’s a chance he’ll get out of his punishment. You can come and watch if you want.”
Himawari shook her head. “Nah. That’s okay. I’ll see him when he gets home. Maybe I’ll get him to do something embarrassing for me when he gets back.”
Boruto nodded, having accepted that answer before rushing back out the door. He was happy she was happy at least.
With a quick sprint, he made his way over to the daycare center and greeted the woman at the doorway. When he entered, there were a couple more kids around than usual. There were Genin here amongst all the toddlers and babies to be exact.
Why exactly? Well, because they were all invited to see the show.
Boruto had administered quite the ultimatum to Naruto the day before. His silly little stunt that almost got him seriously hurt was so worthy of punishment that all of his fellow Genin deserved a lesson in what happens to those who pretend they’re older than they’re supposed to be.
Boruto raised his finger towards Naruto’s face and said the words he’s always wanted to say to his dad; “You’re GROUNDED!”
“NOOOOO!” Naruto responded by shouting and clamping his hands to his head, blushing as he felt his messy diaper sag from the rough expulsion he had done.
“Forever!” Boruto added, then thought it over. “Or at least until I’m ready for you to come out of it.”
He had control. Naruto had no choice but to accept it and listen.
Now, here they were today.
Everyone was gathering round as Naruto stood before everyone in his diaper and bib. With a huge blush on his face, he stuck out his hands and got ready.
Naruto shivered as he watched Boruto and the other kids before him. He was shaking endlessly, sweating profusely, and feeling the grumble in his stomach come along yet again. It was all being made worse by the embarrassment. It made him have to go potty so much faster whenever he was embarrassed.
Boruto smirked as he and Naruto locked eyes for a split second. The instant that happened, Naruto had to look upward instead, feeling his body radiate with heat as he blushed even harder.
This was his life now! He kept thinking through the several different scenarios that could have led to this happening. He kept trying to figure out what about this could make sense. These past few days, everything he had known and been used to had been turned on its head. It had happened too fast.
Naruto thought he might be crazy. He also considered that everyone else might be crazy. Crazy or not, it was his reality. If this was his reality, he was going to have to learn to get used to it. He didn’t want to though! He wasn’t a baby…? Was he? Did he really go his whole life never having learned to use the potty? Was he really stuck at this daycare all his life?! Everyone acted like it was true?! It… had to be true then…? Right?!
Naruto’s eyes were swirling now. He was so confused. He began drooling and wobbling with his hands stuck out in his starting position before Boruto shouted at him.
“Now. Begin!” Boruto commanded.
On cue, Naruto felt a heavy shiver go down his spine and on Boruto’s command, he began shaking his arms up and down. He was doing a humiliating diaper dance in front of all these kids, toddlers, and babies for their amusement.
Here he was, the absolute showcase of what it meant to be the ultimate loser. He was the biggest and brightest example of what these ninja were training not to be when they grew up as this new day saw Naruto no longer being accepted as the baby but being ridiculed because he was.
Everyone was more adverse to laughing and pointing as he did his silly dance.
Naruto winced and kept his eyes focused upward. It was hard to keep his body from breaking down but he couldn’t help it. His eyes teared up as the laughter rung in his ears and his tummy started rumbling super loudly.
“Hey baby… gotta gooooo~?!” Boruto teased.
“N-Noooo…” Naruto muttered.
He was lying. The humiliation was strong and it was making his body react worse and worse by the second.
Naruto kept dancing as his tummy grumbling got louder and louder before a long continuous blarting sound resonated throughout the room. Naruto’s diaper began to sag as he kept dancing for the kids.
Boruto took notice of this but didn’t let up. He increased the humiliation by forcing Naruto to do something even worse than what he already was.
“Sing a happy song~!” Boruto shouted.
Naruto winced but didn’t hesitate. He started to sing a song about how he was a lovely, dumb baby with poopy in his pants. Obviously, the kids all laughed harder at this.
He couldn’t make heads or tails of his predicament anymore.
He couldn’t even resist or go against what was happening anymore.
Boruto could get him to do whatever he wanted by just shouting at him now.
The kid smiled as he looked around him. This was Heavenly. All was right with the world.
Boruto had shown that wannabe Hokage the truth. He was a baby. Now he was doing something truly inspiring to all the Genin of the world; showing them what not to be when they grow up.