For how big this mall was; it was pretty crowed with people (So crowed, it was suffcating sometimes on those super-packed saturdays). Yet, one store was emty; well snack bar I should say. Maybe no-one liked ice cream. Or the place was too exprensive.Who knows. It just had no costumers for some odd reason. And yet, the employ still had to stay there. Growing bored stiff.
When she thought this job would give her something to do; it was clearly doing the oppsite. It was even more boring then sitting around the house being a lazy *ss.
The koala sat on a small stool behind the counter, her body slightly leaning on the side of the counter and her eyes half way opened. Pretty much ready to fall alseep any moment. But, the random cries from little children kept her awake. With nothing better to do; the koala had started braiding micro braids in her hair (She surely shouldn't be doing this, but it passed time by a little quicker).
Her eyes glanced up at the clock once in awhile. Waiting for it to be closing time. She only had about an hour to go. And she was hoping that hour would go be quickly. She wanted outta this 'boredom trap' badly. This job..Truely sucked. But hey, atleast she was getting paid for it...Right?
Behind the koala, in the storage room, there was an explosion, quickly followed by a crash and the sound of tumbling cardboard. A young fox lay sprawled amongst the collapsed ladders and empty boxes his spectacular entrance had caused behind the storage room door.
Warp groaned, but refused to move, knowing that to do so would invite pain. He had to wait it out; he was usually pretty good at knowing when moving would not equal extreme pain.